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Pentagon: Little
hope of finding
lost plane crew
Alligator Wire Report
TRIPOLI Moamrrar Khadafys
adopted infant daughter was killed
and two of his young sons severely
wounded Monday in the massive
U.S. air raid which targeted terrorist
training sites, but also devastated
residential areas of the capital.
At least 17 civilians were killed in
Tripoli and about 100 others
wounded in the attack which
damaged three foreign embassies
and the homes of the Japanese and
Swiss ambassadors. No reports
were available from Benghazi, a
port city targeted by American
bombers.
Khadafy apparently was not in injured
jured injured in the attack.
Meanwhile, Pentagon sources
had little hope of finding the two twoman

Killer struggles
before execution
By SUSAN PURTIC
Alligator Staff Writer
FLORIDA STATE PRISON For the first time since
Vernon Bradford began witnessing state executions the pri prisoner
soner prisoner sentenced to die in the electric chair kicked, screamed,
thrashed and even tried to bite his way out of the restraints
before the fatal switch was thrown.
Bradford, spokesman for the State Department of Correc Corrections
tions Corrections and a witness of 13 executions, said it took five correc correctional
tional correctional officers six minutes to strap convicted killer Daniel
Morris Thomas into Floridas electric chair Tuesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
Thomas was pronounced dead at 12:19 p.m.
UPI reporter Denny Hamilton, talking about what he saw as
one of the nine press witnesses, said This was a wild one. I was
hoping I would never see one of these.
This is the fifth execution he has witnessed.
He wasnt being very coherent. I guess he was fighting for
his life, Hamilton said of Thomas, 37, who reportedly kicked
one of the correctional officers in the groin and tried to bite the
arm of another officer.
At 11:15, five minutes before a limited stay of execution ran
out, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a last minute appeal to
save Thomas life.
A panel of judges from the 11th U.S. Circuit Court in
Atlanta granted the temporary stay until noon Tuesday to give
the high court time to make that decision.
Thomas had originally been scheduled to die at 7 a.m.
Tuesday for the 1976 murder of a Polk county man. As the
leader of the terrorizing ski mask gang, Thomas was con convicted
victed convicted of shooting Charles Anderson several times, then raping
his wife while Anderson was dying.
Bradford said Thomas walked into the death chambers
calmly, but began to thrash about as the men tried to strap him
in the electric chair.
Bradford described Thomas efforts to get out of the chair as
rigorous.
He put up quite a fuss right til the end, Bradford said. He
slumped down in the chair so they couldnt get the restraints on
his arms and legs. Ive never seen that happen before.
Thomas yelled repeatedly, Get off me, Hamilton said.
At 12:07, Thomas finally calmed down and he began to read
a statement he had prepared on a yellow sheet of legal paper.
Thomas wrote, We on death rows across the nation, espe especially
cially especially here in the state of Florida, have become poltical pawns
and political human sacrifices for the politicians.
It is time and its long overdue for the people of the state
and federal government to put a stop to state politicians who
use the death penalty and Death Row prisoners as pawns and
political human sacrifices as a means to further their political
careers in the state, he said.
Thomas criticized Gov. Bob Graham for using executions as
a sure way to win votes.
Thomas is the 14th man to die in Floridas electric chair,
dubbed Old Sparky, since 1979.
The condemned man wore blue pants, a long-sleeved white
shirt but no shoes to his death.
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man twoman crew of the sole Air Force
F-1118 fighter-bomber lost in the
attack. ABC News reported the
plane was shot down, probably over
Tripoli.
Many of Americas allies in
Western Europe on Tuesday criti criticized
cized criticized the U.S. decision to attack
Libya, however two key European
leaders British Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher and West Ger German
man German Chancellor Helmut Khol
voiced support for the action,
which the United States said was in
retaliation for the April 5 bombing
of a Berlin disco which killed an
American serviceman.
The Israeli government also took
an unequivocal stand of support for
the raid.
The sound of anti-aircraft guns
was heard in Tripoli Tuesday night,
arousing fears of a second raid.
Libyan radio reported a U.S. attack
was under way, but White House
see Libya, page 5

Local residentshTT
travel plans abroad
By MARGIE OLSTER
Alligator Staff Writer
Terrorism is bad business. At
least for travel agencies. Thats what
Gainesville travel agents said Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday after at least 12 people canceled
plans to travel abroad because they
feared terrorism.
Overall, American tourism agen agencies
cies agencies have reported a 50 percent drop
in overseas bookings as compared to
last year, when the U.S. dollar was
strong and terrorists were not.
Ruit Van Berpol, manager of Em Emmer
mer Emmer Travel Inc., 2801 SW Archer
Road, said 10 of her clients on
Tuesday canceled trips to Europe
and India. Van Berpol said the peo people
ple people told her its just too risky to
go
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enport planned to spend the summer
backpacking in Europe with a fri friend,
end, friend, traveling on trains. After a
friend canceled out, she decided to
study in Spain for the summer.
But my father got hysterical over
the Libyan situation,
said. By the time I got over there,
he said it would be really bad. Since
he was going to fund it, I decided not
to go.
Davenport said she did not worry
about the danger as much as her
father did.
Lori Bach, a UF graduating se senior,had
nior,had senior,had a similar story.
We were going to tour Europe,

Wednesday april 16, 1986

was damaged in the bombing
but its too dangerous right now
because of all the terrorist bomb bombings,
ings, bombings, Bach said.
Bach said she and her friend are
Jewish and that concerned her. Its
mostly Arabs who do all of the ter terrorism
rorism terrorism and theyre going to go after
Jewish Americans more, Bach
said.
Louis Botero, 2UF, said that des despite
pite despite terrorism, hes going on with his
plans to study at the Sorbonne Uni University
versity University in Paris fall semester.
Its a little bit risky, but I dont
think I have anything to worry
see Reaction, page 5

Sunbathers
may keep
Yulee Pit
By MICHAEL PODOLSKY
Alligator Staff Writer
The plan to turn Yulee Pit into the
site of an art museum has been put
on hold at least for now.
UF Facilities Planning Director
John Carlson said the plan has been
shelved for a proposal that would
have UF, Santa Fe Community Col College
lege College and the Florida State Museum
build a cultural complex at another
site.
UF would build an art museum,
SFCC would build a performing
arts center and the Florida State
Museum would build a natural his history
tory history museum on the site, which
Carlson said would be on Southwest
34th Street, south of the Doyle
Conner building near Southwest
20th Avenue.
Carlson said the Yulee Pit site is
too small to house all three build buildings.
ings. buildings.
If the concept goes forward, it
would require a 20-to-25 acre site,
Carlson said.
The Yulee Pit measures 3 1/2
acres.
A number of community groups
are considering the newest plan,
including UF, SFCC, city and
county officials and community arts
groups.
SFCC President Alan Robertson
said the cost to his college would be
between $8 million and $9 million.
He said the performing arts center
would seat 1,800 to 2,000 people
and would attract top shows and
speakers.
Carlson said the project, to cost
between S3O million and S4O mil million,
lion, million, would be funded by a combi combination
nation combination of state, private and local
money.
Both Carlson and Robertson are
optimistic about the plan, as long as
state money can be garnered.
Robertson said a factor that may
help is the support of state Rep. Jon
Mills, D-Gainesville.
As speaker-elect, he has a good
deal of influence, Robertson said.
Carlson said if the combined UF UFSFCC
SFCC UFSFCC plan falls through, UF would
return to its original plan of building
the museum on Yulee Pit. But he
said the combined plan has a good
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Activists criticize changes in bill

By MICHAEL PODOLSKY
Alligator Staff Writer
While the Florida Legislature considers a bill to pull
state pension funds out of companies doing business in
South Africa, ItJF anti-apartheid activists want the state
to pull the bill.
UF graduate student Pete Self said the bill, which
was amended last week from a bill requiring divestiture
to one requiring state officials to voice oposition to
apartheid, would be worse than if nothing passed.
The bill originally called for the state to divest all its
holdings in corporations that do business with South
Africa. The state has a total of $2 billion invested in
businesses that are tied to South Africa.
The Florida House of Representatives Committee
on Retirement, Personnel and Collective Bargaining
accepted an amendment by the bills sponsor, Rep. Sid
Martin, D-Hawthorne, last week that requires the
state to repeatedly tell corporations the state is
against apartheid and not begin divesting for at least
two years. The act also sets up categories of compliance
with actions that would better the quality of life for
South African blacks.
Martin said the bill will provide the state, as a stock stockholder,
holder, stockholder, an opportunity to press its position with the
corporations. He said people representing the state
would attend stockholders meetings to push the corpo corporations
rations corporations to help the situation there.
If we start sending people to all those meetings,
theyre going to get out, Martin said.
Martin said UF activists have asked him to withdraw
the bill because it does not call for total divestment. He

Execution
from page 1
Thomas ordered steak, lobster
and barbecued chicken for his last
meal, but then refused to eat it,
Bradford said.
About a dozen men and women
holding signs protesting the death
penalty turned out for the execution
the first since May 1985.
After the protesters saw the wav waving
ing waving of a white handkerchief across
the prisons compound a signal
that Thomas had just died they
formed a circle holding hands.
One of the protesters prayed qui quietly.
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Gov. Graham ought not to try to
get to his Senate seat by stepping
over Dans body, said Susan Cary,
a Gainesville attorney.
Cary said she stood outside the
prison compound the night before
with Thomas wife and his three
teenage children.
o
Theyre very poor, their car
broke down, they have no money,
she said. Its totally outrageous
what (the state has) done to his
family.
Bradford said the Thomas family
had met with Thomas at 9:30 a.m.
for about an hour. They were not
there for the execution, he said.
One death penalty supporter, stan-

said this could hurt the chances of the bill.
They may play into the hands of the racists, who
want any anti-apartheid bill killed, he said.
But Self said it would be better for the House to pass
no legislation about South Africa than to go ahead with
the bill.
Its a misnomer to even call it watered-down, Self
said. Its a 180-degree reversal.
Student Coalition Against Apartheid and Racism
member Jim Sullivan agreed with Self.
This is worse than nothing. Its a candy-coated
excuse for business as usual in South Africa, Sullivan
said. Its a step in the wrong direction.
SCAAR member Teresa Agrillo said she has spoken
to Martin about the amended bill and urged him to
return it to its original form. She said SCAAR could
not support it in its new form.
SCAAR could not support anything but full div divestment,
estment, divestment, she said. We want the original version.
She said Martin did not seem enthusiastic about
returning the bill to its First draft.
Sullivan and Self said the amended bill allows for the
biggest corporations to get around guidelines. They
said only small businesses will be affected because large
corporations can afford to be in the highest category
without really trying to enhance the quality of life for
blacks.
The bottom line is that it legitimizes the flow of
capital into South Africa, Self said.
Martin said he changed the legislation from total
divestment after learning it would cost the state S4O
million in brokers fees to complete the switch.

ding on the opposite side of the
fence from the protesters, said he
traveled four hours from the Tampa
Bay area for the execution.
Arthur Savoia said he supports
capital punishment so much he drove
175 miles for the event, even though
he has no personal vendetta for log logging
ging logging such miles. Fortunately, that
doesnt have to happen to me to get
me to be here.
I stand for my beliefs just like
those people over there, he said,
looking at the place where anti antideath
death antideath penalty protesters had been
standing only minutes before.
He said, Anyone who is exe executed
cuted executed does not commit the crime
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through town
Speaks briefly to student
supporters about Senate bid
By MICHAEL PODOLSKY
Alligator Staff Writer
Whizzing in and out of Gainesville in a flurry of campaign
fund raising, Gov. Bob Graham gave a quick speech to about
45 UF student supporters Tuesday night.
At a reception given by the Young Floridians for Graham,
the governor made a 15 minute speech to the students, who
had been waiting more than an hour.
Young Floridians for Graham member Mike Gableman,
who hosted the reception, said his purpose in inviting the
governor was to let him speak directly to students. He said the
15-minute stay was about what he expected.
I really wanted to give the governor a chance to meet
one-on-one with students, Gableman said.
Graham did not talk about his proposed 12 percent tuition
hike or other student issues. The students did not press those
issues.
In his speech, Graham stressed his education at UF and the
way the state has changed since then.
In 1959, the year I graduated from UF, Florida was out of
the mainstream. It was not the place for serious things to
happen, he said. Your generation has grown up with a state
that is no longer a periphery but a main part of the country.
Florida is where the future is being written.
Graham said he owes much to his UF education and said
Gainesville exhibits many of the tell-tale signs of progress the
state has undergone.

Gainesville police ease hiring rules

By DEBBIE SALAMONE
Alligator Staff Writer
The Gainesville Police Departments strict
recruiting policy has forced the agency to pass
up hiring qualified officers who did not meet
educational requirements, the departments
spokesman said Tuesday.
But city commissioners said Monday the
Gainesville department may hire veteran offi officers
cers officers from other agencies who have not earned
a two-year degree. However, theofficers must
complete their degrees after the department
hires them.


Faculty union to protest plan to raise UF parkina fees

By BRAD BUCK
Alligator Staff Writer
The UF chapter of a statewide union representing university
faculty members will protest a planned increase in parking fees
during a hearing tentatively scheduled on Thursday.
UF sociology Professor Hernan Vera, vice president of the
United Faculty of Florida, says the UF plan to increase the
price of parking decals is a ridiculous tax.
Its ridiculous to have to pay to come to work, Vera said
Monday. The increase in decal prices is not a user fee. Its a
tax. The only ones that can do that is the Legislature.
UF administrators are proposing to raise the price for com commuter
muter commuter decals from S2O to $32 for the
staff restricted decals will increase $2 a month and official
business decals will climb $2.50 a month within the next three
years.
The decal price hikes, if approved, will go into effect May 1,
and would be used to help finance four multi-million dollar
campus parking garages.
UF student leaders also are upset about the proposed price
hike. Student Body President Pam Bingham has requested a

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Gov. Bob Graham talks to UF student supporters during a campaign visit at a privatTh J ome oprio 0 prior L to A a OR
political rally at the Gainesville Women's Club.

When I come to Gainesville, Im impressed with the
changes, Graham said. It exemplifies the changes Florida
has gone through.
Graham told the students the state needs strong leadership in
Washington and he is the best man to give that leadership.
From my Gator education and training, I can say that Im
ready to represent the state, he said I can say without
modesty that with Lawton Chiles and Bob Graham in
Washington, there wont be a state with stronger rep-

Police spokeman Lt. Don Dean said the
department requested the change because the
old policy put a real stranglehold on the
department.
Its a serious thing anytime you lose out outstanding
standing outstanding people, he said. But police will not
apply the relaxed standards to new recruits
and will use the exception only when a very
special person comes along.
City commissioner W.E. Mac McEach McEachern
ern McEachern said the new rule will obviously help the
police recruit personnel and make the process
a very effective way to do things.
He said the old policy did not give the

hearing before UF Assistant Academic Affairs Vice President
Catherine Longstreth. So far, Longstreth has not received
official notice of the hearing.
If a hearing does take place, it will be held Thursday at 5:10
p.m. at the Reitz Union.
UF Student Traffic Court Chief Justice Loreen Tressler said
she plans to be at the hearing.
UF administrators plan to increase reserve parking fees from
S2OO to $220. I dont know why they did that, Tressler said.
I know they need to increase revenue somehow to pay off
bonds for the planned parking garages, she said.
The next two (garages) are supposed to be student garages
But I refuse to be naive about this.
UF administrators have not allowed adequate debate con concerning
cerning concerning the construction of the parking garages, Vera said. The
Metropolitan Transportation Planning Organization a
panel of city and county commissioners recommended in
May 1985 against more parking garages on the UF campus,
Vera said.

police chief any flexibility and the new policy
will not attract less qualified applicants to
the job with a $16,000-a-year starting salary.
However, Dean said the department did not
ask for the commission ruling because it is
having trouble finding qualified personnel.
He said the department now has nine posi positions
tions positions open for patrol officers and is actively
recruiting potential employees. He said the
number of openings is a little unusual, but it
doesnt mean were desperate. We have a con constant
stant constant turnover.
And not too many UF criminology gradu graduates
ates graduates are helping to fill the gap, the director of

resentation.
Graham praised the students for their involvement with
national issues.
With a $5 donation at the door, Gableman raised about
S3OO for Grahams campaign.
We wanted to show support, Gableman said. We may
not be able to provide a lot of money or get a lot of publicity,
but sure as hell we can supply the manpower for his
campaign.

The last parking decal increase at Florida State University was
last year, according to A1 Gilligan, coordinator of parking and
traffic at FSU.
Prices went up for student decals from sl4 a year to sl6,
and for faculty and staff decals from S3O to $35 a year. The
FSU administration raised the prices for parking decals to
offset increases in transportation costs for the Seminole
Express, a bus service run by the city of Tallahassee that takes
students from the commuter parking lot at Doak Campbell
Stadium on a 10-minute drive to the center of campus.
The parking fee increase also went to pay for salary
increases in the parking and traffic division, Gilligan said. No
fee hike is planned for next year.
Students, faculty and administrators all pay S3O a year to
park at the University of South Florida, said Liz Karl, adminis administrative
trative administrative assistant in USFs parking division. Certain administra administrators
tors administrators at USF pay S6O a year for a reserved space. But adminis administrators
trators administrators are discussing that policy to see if there are enough
parking spaces to continue the reserved spots, Karl said.
USF officials plan no increase in parking decals for next
year.

alligator, Wednesday april 1 6, 1986,

UFs Center for Studies in Criminology and
Law said.
Charles Thomas said of the almost 450 cri criminology
minology criminology students UF enrolls, the vast maj majority
ority majority have other plans than directly entering
the criminal justice system.
At least one-half of the students plan to go
to law school or pursue investigative positions
with other agencies, Thomas said.
Furthermore, most students do not wish to
remain in Gainesville, he said.
Police officials say they dont consider the
commission decision as weakening the quality
of police officers.

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ANIMAL USE DEATHS
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
will hold a debate in Turlington Hall tonight
and a rally at Tigert Hall on Thursday morn morning,
ing, morning, said PETAs state Director Holly Jensen.
She said the debate and rally will focus on the
use of animals in experiments and the role of
the UF Committee on the Care and Use of
Laboratory Animals. Jensen said four UF
professors will participate in the debate, in
room LOOS of Turlington Hall at 7:30 p.m
tonight. The rally begins at 11:30 a.m. Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.
WRITE STUFF
UF has placed third in a national writing com competition
petition competition sponsored by the William Randolph
Hearst Foundation, journalism department
Chairman Jon Roosenraad said Tuesday ..The
winners include Alligator sports writer'Tom
Farrey, whose investigative piece on the Gator
Booster Program, titled Leashing the Boos Boosters,
ters, Boosters, earned him second place and a SI,OOO
prize in the sports writing category. Alligator
staff writer Mark Worth placed eighth in the
in-depth reporting category with an article
titled, Operating Behind Closed Doors, an
investigative piece on Shands Hospitals rela relationship
tionship relationship with Florida open government laws.
Other winners include: Mickie Anderson,
11 th place, in-depth reporting; Jack Beamish,
11th place, personality profile; Marlon Man Manuel,
uel, Manuel, 17th place, sports writing and Jeff Zbar,
12th place, personality profile.

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NORFOLK Navy salvage divers on the
USS Preserver returninghome after recovering
astronaut remains and wreckage from the
space shuttle Challenger say their assignment
was a terrible job.
The Preserver, finished with its role in the
search for shuttle wreckage, pulled into its
homeport Monday. Its 90 member crew was
showered with praise and medals.
But crew members soberly recalled the grim
task of combing waters east of Cape Canav Canaveral,
eral, Canaveral, to recover most of the remains of the
ships seven astronauts for autopsies and
identification.
Its a tough job, you kind of have to psych
your min I up to do it, chief diver James
Starke said. Its a terrible job and nobody
likes it, I can guarantee you that.
NASA officials refuse to discuss any aspect
of the cabin recovery process or the identifica identification
tion identification of crew members and Preservers crew
was not allowed to address the topic in any
detail.
We will say that we did in fact recover the
crew cabin and we did in fact recover
remains, but I wont go into any further detail
other than that, said Preservers skipper, Lt.

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Cmdr. Robert Honey. It was in about 87 feet
of water. It was about 18 miles off the coast of
Cape Canaveral.
Wives and families were waiting for the
ship upon its return to Little Creek Amphib Amphibious
ious Amphibious Base, as was Vice Admiral William
McCauley. The commander of Naval Service
Forces for the Atlantic Fleet congratulated the
men for a job well done and presented medals
as well.
It may be the ships last brush with fame, as
the 42-year-old salvage ship will be decom decommissioned
missioned decommissioned in September.
Divers said visibility ranged form 20 feet to
6 inches depending on weather conditions.
It was just a sort of debris down there,
Honey said, And we had to have experts on
board to identify what in fact (the recovered
items were.)
Honey said the same held true with the
recovery of the cabin.
There was nothing very discernible about
it other than yes, it was in fact the crew cabin
and was identified as such by the technical
experts we had on scene, he said. Some of
the items we did recover did make it more
recognizable than others.

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power catch them early, at school, before
they become generals and senators and presi presidents
dents presidents and poison their minds with humanity.
Vonnegut, whose off-beat novels of absurdity,
despair, and, yes, the dignity of the human
spirit have made him one of the leading writers
of his day, noted that only about 5 percent of
Americans read. The rest draw much of their
mental stimulation from television-

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independents and Republicans than Demo Democrats,
crats, Democrats, though registered Democrats far out outnumber
number outnumber other voters. The poll also shows that
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OPEC MINISTERS
GENEVA OPEC Oil Ministers Tuesday
faced a task they failed to accomplish three
weeks ago reaching agreement on cutting
production to prop up sagging oil prices. The
ministers gathered in Geneva as the price of
crude sold at $ 13.45 a barrel in New York and
$13.50 on the Europen spot market, com compared
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TUTU ELECTED
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa
Bishop Desmond Tutu, a Nobel Peace Prize
winner and outspoken enemy of the white
minority government, was named Anglican
Archbishop of Cape Town and vowed to work
for peace and reconciliation. Also Monday, in
the self-governing tribal homeland of Lebowa,
police found the bodies of 36 people some
bearing marks of an ancient ritual torture
buried in shallow graves.
This page compiled by Ruy Garcia from UPI
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Attack Aftermath
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Profs: Soviet react
won't hurt relations

By JOSHUA L. WEINSTEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
Despite harsh words and an angry
region from Moscow, the United
States attack on Tripoli Monday
will probably not significantly harm
U.S.-Soviet relations, UF professors
say.
The Soviets labeled Mondays at attack
tack attack an aggressive criminal ac action,
tion, action, and canceled a pre-summit
meeting.
But UF History Associate Profes Professor
sor Professor Robert McMahon said Tuesday
he doesnt think Libya is important
enough for the Soviet Union to
allow it to get in the way of arms
talks.
I think it (the Soviet actions)
was P.R. a show of solidarity
with the Arab world, he said, ad adding
ding adding that the Soviets share our
assessment of Khadafy that hes a
crackpot.
UF foreign policy expert John
Spanier agreed, calling Soviet moves
symbolic. He said the Soviets dont
intend to support Libya militarily
but have to appease the North Afri African
can African country somehow.
Theres also the possibility, though,
that they may have simply decided
that they werent going to get any anything
thing anything substantive out of the sum summit,
mit, summit, he said.
My own suspicion is the Rus Russians
sians Russians have got to have a summit,
Libya
from page 1
and Pentagon officials denied any
new attack had been mounted.
Domestic reaction was largely
supportive of Reagans decision to
attack Libya. White House Spokes Spokesman
man Spokesman Larry Speakes said calls to the
White House were running about
80 percent in favor of the attack,
and on Capitol Hill lawmakers, with
few exceptions, backed the Presi Presidents
dents Presidents decision.
But Americas enemies around
the world and many of its allies
condemned the attack, calling
the military action a violation of
international law that will have litt little
le little impact on terrorism.
Soviet* Premier Gorbachev can canceled
celed canceled a planned meeting between
Secretary of State George Shultz
and Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard
Shevardnadze because of the cri criminal
minal criminal attack on Libya.
Some NATO allies, including
France, Spain, Greece and Italy,
also condemned the attack.
Arab nations, including Syria and
Iran, called for action against the
United States and at least two ter terrorist
rorist terrorist groups, including one led by
Abu Nidal, vowed to attack Ame Americans.
ricans. Americans.
Libya attempted to retaliate
Tuesday, sending a naval vessel to
fire two missies at a U.S. radar
station on the Mediterranean island
of Lampedusa, south of Sicily. No
damage of injuries were reported.
In Washington, Coast Guard spo spokesman
kesman spokesman Nicholas Sandifer said the
two missiles fell into the water and
caused no damage to the island or
the radar, station.
Island authorities said the shells
landed on a deserted section of the
western side of the island, located
about 135 miles south of Sicily and
300 miles north of Libya.
Italian Prime Minister Bettino
Craxi, reporting the Libyan attack

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Spanier said, explaining it is impor important
tant important to Soviet leaders that its citizens
believe the country is trying to work
for peace.
Political science Professor Rene
LeMarchand said the Soviet com comments
ments comments and action are just a cos cosmetic
metic cosmetic move to placate Libya.
He said although the Soviets are
probably just talking tough, other
Arab countries are truly offended by
the American attack.
For the time being, he said, no nothing
thing nothing much is going to happen
except for some diplomatic activi activities.
ties. activities. But after that, Libya, Syria
and Iran certainly are going to get
together and examine what they
can do.
And what they do will have
the support of the rest of the Arab
world, he said, emphasizing that
Arab support of Libya is genuine
and firm.
Spanier says otherwise.
I dont believe that for a minute
that theyre really aggrieved, he
said, pointing out that Libyan leader
Moammar Khadafy has been hostile
with other Arab countries like Chad
and Egypt and dont really
support Libya.
LeMarchand maintains Khadafy
is more popular then ever because of
the bombing.
Because of Americas acts aga against
inst against Libya, Khadafys status has in increased
creased increased here and abroad, he said.
to the Senate, also said the shells
caused no damage to the telecom telecommunications
munications telecommunications facility.
A spokesman for Craxi said the
Libyan vessel fired its shells from
four miles off the coast and then
steamed back toward Libya. The
apparent target of the attack was a
radar station manned by 85 U.S.
Coast Guardsmen.
The Reagan Administration said
the U.S. attack, ordered in retalia retaliation
tion retaliation for what the United States
charged was Libyan involvement in
an April 5 Berlin bombing that
killed a U.S. soldier and a Turkish
woman, was designed solely to des destroy
troy destroy terrorist-related targets.
But a tour of Tripoli on Tuesday
revealed heavy damage to civilian
areas and doctors at Tripoli
hospitals reported heavy civilian
casualties.
Hospital Director Mohammed
Muafa said Khadafys 15-month 15-monthold
old 15-monthold daughter, Hana, was killed
when U.S. bombs smashed into
Khadafys headquarters at the Aziz Azizzia
zia Azizzia compound on the outskirts of
Tripoli. The girl, adopted by Kha Khadafy
dafy Khadafy and his wife 11 months ago,
died of blast injuries 2 1/2 hours
after the attack, he said.
Two of the Libyan leaders young
sons Sef El Arab, 4, and Camis, 3
were seriously injured in the
attack. They lay on their hospital
beds heavily bandaged and receiv receiving
ing receiving blood transfusions and oxygen.
Muafa said Sef El Arab had 20
stitches in his face and skull and his
lips were so badly swollen by his
injuries that he could not talk. Ca Camis
mis Camis head was wrapped in bandages
and he moaned constantly. Doctors
described both as seriously injured.
At least 15 bodies were seen at
the hospital, including those of three
young children, and at least two
other bodies were seen in other
areas of the city. No official casualty
count was released Tuesday.

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About 200 demonstrators from the Indo-Arab Friendship Society protest the American
bombing raids against Libya. The protest, held in New Delhi, India, was in front of the
U.S. Embassy Tuesday.

USSR cancels
pre-summit
MOSCOW The Kremlin on Tuesday canceled
a crucial May meeting between U.S. Secretary of
State George Shultz and the Soviet foreign minister
because of the U.S. attack on Libya.
Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev said the U.S.
action had stamped out chances for better super superpower
power superpower relations. Shultz and Soviet Foreign Minister
Eduard Shevardnadze were to meet in mid-May to
lay the groundwork for a summer meeting in the
United States between President Reagan and Gor Gorbachev.
bachev. Gorbachev. A White House spokesman called the
Soviet cancellation a mistake and said the United
States still expects a summit will take place.
The Soviet Union canceled the meeting after a
reported emergency session in the Kremlin after the
bombing. Libya is a Middle East ally of the Soviet
Union and receives billions of dollars worth of
Soviet weaponry.
THATCHER DEFENDS
TAKEOFF DECISION
LONDON ln a tumutulous debate in Parlia Parliament,
ment, Parliament, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
defended her decison to allow U.S. bombers to take
off on their mission from British bases. Thatcher
said,lf one always refuses to take any risks because
of the consequences, terrorist governments will win
and one can only cringe before them.
But one furious parliamentarian denounced Pres President
ident President Reagan as Thatchers cretinous buddy and
stormed out of the house. Labor opposition leader
NeilKinnock told reporters, Khadafy this morning
has more friends that he had yesterday, and thats
got to be wrong.
Britain prepared for possible Libyan reprisals,
and security was visibly tighter at Londons Hea Heathrow
throw Heathrow Airport and bases housing U.S. servicemen.
Thatcher said the estimated 5,000 Britons still in
Libya had been warned they were there at their own
risk.

Reaction
from page 1
about, Botero said. If things get
really bad, Id think twice. If they
stay the way they are, I dont think
theres a problem.
Five managers of Gainesville tra travel
vel travel agencies agreed that the recent
rash of terror and violence in the
region has strangled the flow of
tourists to Greece, Italy, Egypt and
other Mediterranean countries.
Diane Gilligan, the manager of

AAA Travel Agency in Gainesville,
said two clients canceled travel
plans abroad Tuesday.
Even students arent traveling.
When students arent traveling you
know its bad because usually stu students
dents students have a little more guts, Gilli Gilligan
gan Gilligan said.
The federal government notifies
the agencies with travel advisories
in the case of extremely risky situa situations
tions situations abroad.
UF Director of International Stu Studies
dies Studies Patricia Rambo said nothing

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base at Upper Heyford, England, Tuesday
in what a spokesman described as being
part of a four-day exercise in preparation
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ARABS MAD, ISRAEL
SUPPORTIVE
The Israeli government Tuesday unequivocally
supported the raid, with Prime Minister Shimon
Perez calling it a self-defensive action. But Saudi
Arabia, a country with good relations with the Uni United
ted United States, attacked the U.S. action and a radio
spokesman said the nation expresses a deep regret
and condemns the attack and methods which con contradict
tradict contradict acceptable international behavior. We are
alongside Libya and any Arab state which is subject
to attack.
OPEC ministers meeting Tuesday condemned
the attack but did not say they are considering an oil
embargo. Officials of Yemen and Palestine Libera Liberation
tion Liberation Organization Chairman Yasser Arafat both
critical of Khadafy called for an emergency Arab
summit meeting to discuss U.S. agression.
Compiled from United Press International reports.

alligator, Wednesday april 16, 1986,

short of a federal warning would
spur cancellations of UF study pro programs
grams programs that involve about 150 UF
students abroad for summer or fall
terms.
Some parents are concerned,
Rambo said. But that hasnt affected
the number of students signing up
for the study programs in foreign
universities.
Alligator Writer Michelle Busker
contributed to this report.

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6

i, alligator, Wednesday april 16, 1986

The right moves
President Reagan had all the right moves this
time. Heres why:
he warned Libya and Col. Moammar Khad Khadafy
afy Khadafy that sponsorship of terrorism would lead to
military reprisal;
he waited for absolute proof of Libyan spon sponsorship
sorship sponsorship of terrorist action;
he informed U.S. allies of the evidence and
his intentions;
he told the Soviet Union of the evidence,
beforehand, and his response as he took it;
he hit targets that showed direct linkage to
terrorist action and took into account the loss of
human life in selecting them; and,
he went public with the information as soon
as possible.
President Reagan had all the right moves, but
subtract any one, and the Libyan bombing would
have been a disaster morally and strategically.
Thats not to say it may not be still. Time will tell.
But despite covering the bases on the Libyan
attack, Reagan has shunned other ways to exorcise
the specter of international terrorism. And since
no one, not even he, is saying this will end the
problem of international terrorism many pre predict
dict predict it will worsen it Reagan needs to use all his
options. They are:
increasing economic aid to under-developed
nations and depriving international terrorism of a
base of poverty on which to feed. United States
non-military foreign aid is pitifully'low, usually
about 1 percent of its gross national product.
Under Reagan, foreign aid dollars have been
decreasing in number while increasing in the
strings attached;
opening more diplomatic channels with Mid Middle
dle Middle Eastern nations, and not just ones that always
side with the United States. Our support of Israel
should be strong, but we should not use that to
preclude other nations from participating in civ civilized
ilized civilized international diplomacy.;
continuing economic sanctions and imploring
the help of our allies. The Libyan bombing proba probably
bly probably will have a negative impact on this for a time,
but efforts should continue; and,
striking militarily only under the circumstan circumstances
ces circumstances of the Libyan bombing.
This is no easy problem. It has no easy answers.
Perhaps President Reagan should not have
attacked Libya until he pursued these alternatives.
Perhaps, he helped provoke it by challenging a
madmans obscure boundary in the Gulf of Sidra.
But, as Reagan told the nation, self defense is not
only our duty, it is our right.
Almost
It is unfortunate that there is no such thing as
a surgical air strike. A surgeons hand cuts out
cancerous cells, leaving the healthy to prosper.
The surgical air strike on terrorist training com compounds
pounds compounds Monday night killed a 15-month-old girl,
the adopted daughter of Col. Moammar Khadafy,
and hit a residential area near the French Embassy
in Beirut. Is this a response to terrorism, or terror terrorism
ism terrorism itself?
alligator
Editor Managing Editor
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U.SL responsible for worldwide terrorism

The word terrorism is on everyones lips, with everyone
from the president on down talking about fighting Libya
because madman Moammar Khadafy was allegedly responsi responsible
ble responsible for a recent act of terrorism. I think we should all take a
cold, hard look at worldwide terrorism and realize who is
most to blame the good old U.S. of A.
As Edward Herman proves in his excellent 1982 book The
Real Terror Network the United States trains and supports
most of the worlds terrorists, while blaming the evil empire
Russians for doing what we are actually doing. The CIA has
been responsible for much of the worlds terrorism since the
end of World War 11, causing the murder of 300,000 Indone Indonesians
sians Indonesians from 1965 to 1967, the murder of nearly 40,000 Viet Vietnamese
namese Vietnamese civilians in the late 1960 s and early 1970 s (the head of
the ClAs Operation Phoenix in Vietnam, William Colby,
returned to America in 1973 to become CIA director scary,
, isnt it?), the murder of nearly 30,000 Chileans since 1973,
and many, many more murders, including the heinous killing
of Chilean exile Orlando Letelier in 1976.
The head of the CIA in 1976 was Goerge Bush, and the CIA
deputy director allegedly involved in the Letelier murder was
Vernon Walters. Two articles by Saul Landau and John
Dinges in The Nation suggest Walters and ex-CIA agents
Edwin Wilson and Frank Terpil plotted the murder of Lete Letelier.Today,
lier.Today, Letelier.Today, George Bush is vice president of the United States
and head of are you ready for this? the White House
Conference on Terrorism. Vernon Walters is ambassador to
the United Nations, where he works with the State Depart Department
ment Department and the CIA in (1) planning Americas terrorist-oriented
foreign policy and (2) supervising a disinformation cam campaign
paign campaign in the media to blame the Russians for everything.
Makes you proud to be an American, doesnt it?
The Jan. 22,1982, Miami Herald reported on page 18 A,
so as not to embarrass Mr. Reagan that the Reagan admin administration
istration administration was arming Moammar Khadafy. This story had
probably not appeared in any other Florida newspaper.
Instead, we get to read dozens of articles describing Khadafy
as a radical (actually, Khadafy is right-wing, like so many
Third World rulers) because the Reagan administration,
which controls the media in America, wants to pretend that

letters
Brown doesnt cite
violations of rights
Editor: Alligator columnist Jenny
Brown must suffer from selective amne amnesia
sia amnesia when she writes about Nicaragua. In
her editorial column she neglected to
mention the numerous Sandinista
human rights violations and atrocities.
The Nicaraguan Commission of Jurists
has documented 8,655 Sandinista polit political
ical political executions, including those of 14
pregnant women.
The Sandinistas have, since October
1985, suspended all rights of free ex expression,
pression, expression, public assembly, strikes and
the privacy of postal communication.
The Catholic Church has also been
victimized. Radio Catolica, the
Churchs official radio, was shut down
permanently for not broadcasting the
Sandinista New Years address. The
Catholic newsletter Barricade must be
submitted for censorship before it is

printed. Priests are regularly finger fingerprinted,
printed, fingerprinted, photographed and warned
against political content in their
homilies.
Sandino, the man whose name the
Sandinistas have stolen, is probably
turning circles in his grave. Sandino
fought for no foreign troops in his
country. Today there are more than
7,500 Cubans in Nicaragua and more
than 3,000 are military and security
personnel. There are also more than 50
Soviets, 75 East Germans and other
contingents from the Palestine Libera Liberation
tion Liberation Organization, Czechoslovakia,
Hungary, Bulgaria and Libya. Jenny
Brown must have overlooked these
facts. I wish her well in her recovery.
Stockton Reeves
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Destruction of trees
ecologically unsound
Editor: The countys decision to des destroy
troy destroy hundreds of trees in order to widen
County Road NW 30 leaves many
unresolved questions.
Alachua Countys tree ordinance em embodies
bodies embodies a policy of preserving trees whe-

novel ideas
| DAVIO MILLER ~~
Khadafy is a puppet of the Soviets. An actual attack of Libya
will brainwash the American public into believing the Hero of
Bitburg retaliated against an anti-American madman who
was a Soviet puppet. Very few people will blame Reagan (and
George Bush and Vernon Walters) for being the real terrorists
of the Western world.
As Herman points out in The Real Terror Network the CIA
pays many journalists (mainly Robert Moss, Arnaud de
Borchgrave, Claire Sterling, and Michael Ledeen) to print
disinformation linking the Soviets not the U.S. to
terrorism. Readers Digest ,a very right-wing magazine, has
printed numerous Sterling articles, including an outrageous
article in the September 1982 Digest claiming the Soviets and
the Bulgarians plotted the shooting of the Pope (actually, the
Pope was shot by a Turkish neo-Nazi as part of a right-wing
plot). Even liberal magazines such as The New Republic have
printed the lies of Sterling and Ledeen, and very few publica publications
tions publications print the truth about terrorism. You certainly wont get
the truth from The Miami Herald or the Gainesville Sun.
But thats the way U.S.-sponsored terrorism works: The
United States starts an incident, blames it on the Russians or
the PLO or whomever, then acts in Rambo fashion to save the
world from communism. As long as 99 percent of the Ameri American
can American public is brainwashed by Moss, de Borchgrave, Sterling
and Ledeen, most Americans will never realize how guilty
Reagan and Bush and Walters are. No wonder most of the
American public defended Reagans trip to Bitburg we, like
the SS officer, are the true terrorists.
v s
David Miller is a teacher in Hialeah and a former UF student.

never possible. Was this policy factored
into the County Commissions
decision-making?
Your article on April 10 reports a
neighbor as saying he was glad the trees
were coming down so the dusty road
could be paved. Yet neither Mr. Simp Simpson
son Simpson (whose trees were at issue) nor
anyone else I know of objected to
paving it. Why couldnt the road have
been paved without clearing away all
these trees?
County commissioners described the
trees as only a few saplings. As your
front page picture shows, these trees
made a shady arch over much of the 440
yards of road along Simpsons property.
Walking the distance, I counted over
100 trees, mainly oaks, a foot or more in
diameter at the base. Most would have
been between 40 and 80 years old.
There were two unusually large China Chinaberry
berry Chinaberry trees, just starting to bloom. Had
the commissioners really gone out,
walked around and looked at these
trees?
Richard H. Hiers
Gainesville



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By BRAO BUCK
Alligator Staff Writer
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City officials think they have an
equitable formula to determine how
much in annual utility profits should
be put into the citys general fund
budget.
City commissioners Monday night
adopted a utility transfer formula
that is based on Gainesville Regional
Utilities ability to pay, rather than &
on how much city leaders feel the
general fund budget needs to offset
certain deficits.
Last year, commissioners trans transferred
ferred transferred $8.7 million from utility prof profits
its profits to the general fund budget. Nor Normally,
mally, Normally, utility transfers constitute
about 18 percent to 22 percent of
the S3B million general fund each
year, Mayor-Commissioner Gary
Gordon said.
But that 4 percent fluctuation is
what some city officials want to
stabilize.
Under the new formula, city offi officials
cials officials next year will be permitted to
move no more than $9.1 million
from utility profits to the general
fund, and no more than $9.8 million
in 1988.
Utility transfers were a hot topic
during the recent City Commission
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years election, said city leaders were

whats happening
Peaceful poetry: The Peoples Organization for Peace Education holds a
poetry reading today at noon at the Plaza of the Americas.
Human sacrifice: The Gainesville Society of the Archaeological Institute of
America presents a slide lecture Understanding Aztec Human Sacrifice
tonight at 8 in Fine Arts Building B Room 105.
Ejection meeting: The College Democrats will meet tonight at 7:30 in Reitz
Union Room 347.
Bye bye: The UF English Society meets tonight at 8 at the Orange & Brew.
Minority business: The Minority Business Society meets tonight at 7 in the
Reitz Union Room 361.
Dunk-a-prof: The American Marketing Association will set up a booth to
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taking too much money from utility
profits and sticking it back into the
general fund. Escalation of utility
transfers is away of taxing poorer
residents by not raising property
taxes, Junior said.
Commissioner W.E. Mac
McEachern said he hopes utility
transfers is not a political issue
in Gainesville now. f
This gives us something that
hopefully will not allow transfers to
become a political football,
McEachern said.
If city leaders did not transfer any
money from utility profits, they
would have to increase property
.taxes 215 percent to 250 percent,
former City Manager George Mor Morgan
gan Morgan said.
From 1982 to 1986, there was no
correlation between the utilitys
ability to pay and the amount of
transfer made to general govern government,
ment, government, said Jerry Warren, assistant
general manager of Gainesville
Regional Utilities.
About 75 percent of publicly
owned utilities, such as Gainesvilles,
have some sort of formula to deter determine
mine determine how much money should be
transferred from utility profits to
general government, Warren said.
GRUs transfer to general govern government
ment government is among the highest of com comparably
parably comparably sized utilities in Florida and
the nation, he said.

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I, alligator, Wednesday april 16, 1986

Vonnegut tells how to get a job like his

By DANA BANKER
Alligator Writer
TALLAHASSEEKurt Vonnegut Jr. pressed his
hands to his forehead like a swami on the verge of a
profound metaphysical revelation. The crowd \yas
silent. Aspiring writers listened intently, waiting for tt\e
author to tell them how they, too, could write a
bestseller. \
Finally he spoke.
Throw away the first three pages of your story.
They laughed, not sure if he was serious. He laughed
a bit with them but continued.
Youve got to start off exciting in the middle.
Maybe even in the middle of a sentence, he said and
chuckled again. That way the storys already going 80
mph.
About 3,200 people listened to Vonneguts lecture,
How To Get a Job Like Mine, at the Tallahassee-
Leon County Civic Center.
Thats what Ive called every speech I ever gave,
said the controversial 63-year-old author. Sometimes
I get around to it (telling them), sometimes I dont.
Monday night, he managed to get around to a few
writing tips and a lot of socio-political commentary.
But he was also funny. He kept the audience laughing
for two hours.
Vonnegut has written over a dozen novels. He first
gained national recognition with Slaughterhouse-Five
in 1969. His latest work, Galapagos, was released last
fall. Several of his books have been best sellers and
some have been taught in the classroom. Others have
been banned from the classroom, and some, have been
burned.

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People ask me how I feel about the censorship of
my books, he said. Well, I think censorship is a
disease, like Legionnaires disease, that must be treated
and cured.
Vonnegut took specific jabs at the Attorney General
Ed Meeses commission on pornography.
I simply dip you in filth, take you out of it and
wash you off immediately, he said. But those con congressmen
gressmen congressmen have been wallowing in it for weeks. I guess
you could call them sewer astronauts.
Fighting censorship is not his only cause.
Anti-war themes are common in Vonneguts novels,
and he also criticized war preparers. These people,
he said, are addicted to gearing up for war like a drunk
is addicted to alcohol and a gambler to placing a bet.
But what about getting a job like Vonneguts?
The first thing to remember is that writing is virtually
the tiniest industry.
The next problem is how to support yourself.
They wont tell you about it, but most writers can
write because they inherited a lot of money. Thats why
we have a lot of literature about Princeton, Andover
and whats happening on Wall Street. Poor people
dont write too much.
But there are other options. If you didnt inherit
money, you can always marry into it, like Mark
Twain.
Or, you might be lucky enough to get an arts
endowment from the government.
Theres one thing, however, that a successful writer
cannot do without an undying passion for the writ written
ten written word.
Forget the money, Vonnegut said. Remember
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County postpones incinerator decision

By JIM DI POLA
Alligator Writer
Alachua County commissioners Tuesday deferred
their decision for the third time to let a local tree
surgeon install a large incinerator for tree debris until
further research can be done.
In early April, William Gaston 111, an agent for
Owens-Illinois Inc., asked the commissioners for per permission
mission permission to conduct a wood-chipping and incineration
operation on a 15-acre lot two-and-a-half miles north
of Gainesville.
Until last October, tree surgeons used the T.D. Kirby
landfill to dispose of their debris. But the county closed
the landfill because of code violations.
After residents near the proposed incinerator com complained
plained complained about installing the operation close to their
homes, the commission decided to study the proposal
more closely.
On April 8, the commission decided to postpone its
decision until Tuesdays meeting when the commission

Soldiers seen at racist rallies

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (UPI)
Armed soldiers and Marines based
at Fort Bragg and Camp Lejeune
have been photographed participat participating
ing participating in rallies conducted by paramili paramilitary
tary paramilitary hate groups, police and a Klan Klanwatch
watch Klanwatch group said Tuesday.
As far as Marines go weve iden identified
tified identified five, and as far as soliders go,
tentatively weve identified three,

with more forthcoming, said Lt.
J.D. Harrell, special operations of officer
ficer officer with the Fayetteville Police
Department.
Harrell said the soldiers and Mar Marines
ines Marines were photographed at rallies of
the White Patriot Party and other
paramilitary groups.
Thats just the ones weve been
able to identify, said Harrell, add adding

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Seminole Woods resident Pat Logan, who lives
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Army and Marine spokesmen said
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military personnel have a constitu constitutional
tional constitutional right to participate in the
activities of white supremacist or organizations
ganizations organizations in their off-duty hours.

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FOR RENT:
FURNISHED
APPLY NOW FOR FALL
BRANDYWINE
2811 SW Archer Rd 375-1111
4-
Apartment furnished or unfurnished two
bedroom, one bath. Short or long term lease.
Three blocks from campus. $275/mo. 332-
7746/376-1495. 4-25-18-1
OXFORD MANOR sublet M or F to share 3 bdrm
tnhs w/2 prof studs 6/1-8/15, furn, rent
$l5O/mo 4- util. Willing to negot. Call 372-
4171 eves, ask for Dan. 4-18-4-1
Female to share bedroom sum A, B, or C. $l4O
mth, 16 ut; near campus & shops; overlooks
lake; pool & laundry facilities; 371-4887. 4-21-
5-
Sublet For Summer.
Furnished spacious 2 bdrm 1 bo close to UF.
$lB5 a month. Call 374-8085. 4-17-3-1
Avail 5-5, Ige bedroom, partly furn,
washer/dryer, quiet complex, pool, at
Casablanca condos. S2OO + 16 util. Call 372-
8378 anytime! 4-17-3-1
Summer sub 1 blk to Arch Bldg, 2 br 1 b,
$250/month. Call 375-9974 or see Linda or Dee
at Arch Bldg 320. Keep trying. 4-21-5-1
Responsible, quiet, nonsmk fm to share 2 bdrm
216 bath tnhouse, bike or bus UF,
washer/dryer, pool, S2OO mo. & 16 util. 338-
0317. 4-21-5-1
Female roommate needed. Own room,
$ 100/mon 16 utl. Summer C. 2 blocks from
campus. 213 NW 15th Terr. Stop by or call Lisa
377-8300. 4-21-4-1
I CAN'T BELIEVE IT!
$l6B/mo. furn rm, meals & util. Georgia
Seagle Hall 1002 W. Univ. Av. Apply now for
sum & fall call 376-9179. 4-24-10-1
Start or sublet now, Ig. 1 bdrm 1 bth, furn or
unfurn, 1 blk to UF. Parkside Apts. $250 mo.
(neg) 372-6728 or 813-876-7408. 4-18-8-1
Sublet apt. furnished May-August 15. 2
bd-2 bth. Pinetree Gardens, $379 + utilities.
373-4535 after 4:30 p. m. 4-21-5-1
IMMEDIATE AND FALL
RENTALS
WALK TO UF
Gatornest Apartments 1 bdrm S3OO NW 18th
St. Gatorslde Apt. 1 bd, 600 NW 4th Ave. Air,
carpet & drapes, furn & unfurn, pets arranged,
371-3636 ANYTIME. 4-21-5-1
SUBLET FOR SUMMER 86, 1 bd near UF, Point
West Apts. $350/mo. 372-3126 daytime or 373-
2612 nite/wkends. Ask about apt. 506.20. 4-
18-4-1
Sorority Annex 2 bedroom 1 bath, 1 block from
campus, 3 Vi months for 2 months' rent. Call
371-0706. 4-17-3-1
Excellent place to live! 3 Fern for NW 3/1 furn
luxury house $l5O + deposit + util.
Responsible only call 376-0860. No pets. 4- t
16-5-1
Sublet or assume lease sum 86, 1 br, close to
campus, pool, furn or unfurn, rent neg. CALL
Ann 372-3898 leave message. 4-16-5-1
Sublet furnished 2 bdrm/1 bath apartment for
summer, 10 min walking distance to campus.
$125/mo. + 6 util. Call 378-7125. 4-16-5-1
Phoenix duplex: female, friendly,
outgoing/own room/furn apt (except bdr).
Summer A & B $145 + 16 util, yard, a/c, etc.
375-2508. 4-16-5-1
For rent. Very large two bedroom townhouse
near campus and shopping. Custom made
canopy waterbed, Gympac, window blinds
included. s3lsper month. 375-2241. 4-16-5-1
5 BLOCKS TO U OF F. Big Room for Serious
Student. Non smoker. Walk to U of F. All
utilities pd. Washer & phone. SIBO/mo. 377-
0020. 5-29-35-1
Female rmt for Sum A in Oxford Manor, own
bdrm/own bath, $ 175/mo + 16 util. 373-4351.
, 4-21-4-1
******************
Brandywine 2 br/2 bth fully furn, sublet for
May Aug. $175 o mo. Call Joey at 376-9753.
4-22-5-1
Sublet Sum. C. furn. apt. with own room, near
UF, w/central AC, apt near pool, no dep.
$ 125/mo + 6 util. Point West Apt 372-3126.
4-18-3-1
GREAT DEAL! 2 bed apt sum, opt fall, near
Tigert. Pay rent and KEEP our cl tv, liv/din/bed
furn, all new. 378-2282. 4-18-3-1
Available May Ist. Sublet 1 bd/1 bth apt at
Windmeadows. Pool, laundry rm., cent, air,
carpet. $355 mo. 375-7151. 4-16-1-1
* Oakbrook Condo M/Roommate
needed for sum. New furn. Pool, dishwshr,
wshr/dryr. Walk to UF. $l5O/mo. Craig 395-
7698. 4-22-5-1
********** Rocky Point Summer
Sublease w/option. 2 bdrm apt master bdrm.
Avail w/private bath. 377-4239 after 9 p.m. or
leave mssg. 4-18-3-1

OXFORD MANOR
Make us an offer we can't refuse on our 3 bdr/3
bath townhouse fur or unfur for sum w/fall
option. Call anytime-after 4 p.m., ask for Scott
or Rip we're ready to deal. 371-7907. 4-21-
4-1
Available May Ist, 1 b cottage, quiet wooded
area, nice, privacy, water, garbage paid, pet
ok, $135 mo, 5700 SW 13 St Apt #3. Call 375-
1312 or 376-6121. 4-22-5-1
2br SW 20th Ave near Kosh N Korry. Furn
or unfurn. Avail May Ist. S2BO/mo. 371-7709.
4-22-5-1
ROCKY POINT
Must sublet nicely furnished 2 b/2 b apartment
for summer C. Reasonable rate! Call 374-8095.
4-18-3-1
For rent 1 bd/1 bth furnished 3 blks south of
Norman Hall. For Fall/Spring optional.
S3OO/mo. + util. 373-2924. 4-25-B-l
Sublease at Stoneridge for sum (May Aug)
furnished, spacious 1 bdr, 1 bath, pool, tennis.
Cal I 371 -4782 after 12 noon. 4-25-5-1
NEEDED! ROOMMATE for a two bedroom, 116
bath, fully furnished townhouse. Only $157.50
a month. No lease required. Call after 10 p.m.
332-5869. 4-18-9-1
Resp. female needed to share summer sublet
w fern, law student. Own mstr b/r w priv. bath.
Fully furn. Marchwood tnhs. w/d, pool,
microwave. $l5O/mo. nego. 335-0218 late nt.
or 372-4967 Iv. mesg. 4-16-5-1
Apartment, $225, or room, $175, for summer
and/or next year. House summer B only. Walk
to UF. Quiet & safe neighborhood. Call 378-
4317. 4-16-5-1
MUST sublet 1 bdrm apt. 1 blk to Libr. East. Only
$l4O/mnth, call Brian 377-1677 eves. 4-16-5-1
Sublease for summer. Bicycle Club furnished
bdrm in 3 bdrm apt. $l5O a mo. and 16 utilities.
Call 371-7783. 4-16-5-1
** BRANDYWINE * 1 or 2 bdrm, 1 bath,
furn., pool, jacuzzi, sublet for summer. Price
negotiable, call Grant at 377-2547. 4-17-5-1
Sublet for summer. Fully furn, pool, w/d,
microw, dishw, shuttle to UF. Treehouse
Village. $l3O/mo. Call 371-1095, ask for Vic.
4-16-4-1
Sublet For Summer: Fully Furn, Clean, 2 bdrm.,
116 bath twn. house. Pool & laundryroom. Very
close to campus. Rent negot. 371-7173. 4-17-5-
1
Sublet for the summer! I'm a furnished 1 br 1
bath apt with a pool and laundry close to
UF, call 372-4835 days, ask for Rob. 4-16-4-1
SUBLET 5/3 7/31 2brl ba furn apt; pool,
laundry, nice area, by bus; $3lO/mo NO SEC or
neg. Call 371-1884. 4-17-5-1
HAWAIIAN VILLAGE* Sublet May Aug
large br w/waterbed in 2 br furn apt, $ 160/mo
+ 16 util, NEGO, call Todd 375-7593. 4-16-4-1
2 br 2 b Picadilly apt., close to campus, fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Sublet for summer C. Call 376-6854
anytime. 4-164-1
1 br/b luxury condo/3 blocks UF, fully furn/lots
of designer extras, 2nd floor security/view of
creek, must see/$285 inc wsg, Eric 375-6743. 4-
23-8-1
Spacious furnished apt, 2 bd 2 ba, half mile to
law school, rent substantially reduced,
Camelot, 34th St and 2nd Ave, Rob or Darryll
371-2294. 4-25-10-1
Summer sublet 2 bedrm 2 bath townhouse.
Need 2 people: $l6O/mo + 16 util. Own
bedrm & bath for each, furn. or unfurn. 375-
3788. 4-18-5-1
******** FEMALE ********
$l9O utilities incl. 1 blk from campus.
Summer or fall leases. Own room
wash/dry, microwave, full cable tv, dishwash,
etc. 375-5458 4-18-5-1
2 bedroom apt in Stoneridge, share w/3
females. SIOO/mo + util. Immed. occupancy.
Call collect (813)433-2692 after 5:00 p.m. 4-25-
10-1
Sublet to male for May Aug w/opt lease.
Treehouse Village fully furn. a/c, fridge,
micro, wsh/dry, bus, pool, slls + util/mo.
373-4766. 4-17-4-1
Fur or unf 2 bd* 116 bth 2 story twhs, shg
cpt fencd pch & no yrdwk dshwr, els
UF/on bus rts sumr: $3lO or fall/sp: $350
Jackie 377-7105. 4-17-4-1
RENT NEGOTIABLE summer term, Brandywine 2
bed 1 bath partially furnished, bus rt,
clubhouse, pool. Male or female, 372-7152
Tom. 4-18-5-1
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Starting at sl*9/mo.
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Starting at $204/mo.
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE
110 NW 39th Ave
378-3988
4-25-75-2
CHEAP $149 to $199 studio 4 blks to UF, water
paid, pool. University Apts. 411 NW 15 St. 371-
0769, 375-6173, 3767166. 4-22-20-2
5 MIN WALK TO SHANDS SUBLET for SUMMER
nice 1 bdrm Williamsburg, call 373-5953. 4-21-
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Unfurnished 2 and 3 bedroom, dishwasher,
drapes, laundry room, pool, for mature
students, 6900 SW 21st Lane, 332-8875, 4-25-65-
2
2 WEEKS FREEH Huge 1 bd walk-in closet, cent,
air, w/w carpets, pantry, spacious grounds,
magnificent oaks. Bel Air Apts 636 NW 26 Ave.
373-1459,375-6173,371-0769. 4-22-20-2
WOW! I 2 BD $249 to $275, WALK TO UFII Univ.
Apts. 411 NW 15 St. 371-0769, 375-6173, 376
7166. 4-22-20-2
Convenient location, 2 mi from UF, pool, 24 hr
laundry, quiet. Preleasing 2 and 3 br's for fall.
* 1800 NW 4St 378-4969 5-13-20-2
SUBLET for Summer Gatorwood 2 br/1 ba
avail. May thru July 31 w/option. $350/mo.
Call Mark 373-6248. 4-17-5-2
Sublet loft apt, behind Norman Hall, walk to
school. S2OO/mo. 377-2144. 4-164-2
One room apartment, !6 kitchen, !6 bath.
Located 2 blocks from campus, across from
Eckerd's Plaza. $125/mo + utilities. Call 395-
8212. 4-17-5-2
1 bdrm towhouse poolside. Available im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Close to UF & night life, w/w
carpet, Apr Aug. Free mo rent, $199.00 mo.
Stop by Tues Sun, 10:00 to 4:30, Landmark
Apts, *Bl. 4-17-5-2
Unfurnished 2 bedroom opts 3 blocks from U of
F, available May 1, $260 & $275 per mo. NO
pets. 378-8773, 919 & 917A SW sth Ave. 4-17-5-
2
Clean, upstairs 1 ($175/mo.) and 2 bedroom
(S2OO/mo.) opts. Available May. 30216 NW 7th
Terr., and 724 NW 3rd Ave. Call 373-9941. 4-
25-10-2
******************
Walk to Santa Fe CC, 1 BR $245, 2 BR $295, $125
Sec. plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no pets, Santa Fe
Trace Apts. 378-1190. 4-25-72-2
******************
Oak Glade Apts, near UF & VA, quiet area w/
crime watch neighborhood. 1 BR, 2 BR $215-
$325 plus Sec plus LMR. 372-6422. 4-25-72-2
SUBLET 1 br townhouse, pool, Archer Road,
new carpet. $250 negotiable. Must see. 373-
2049 or 375-5962. 4-16-9-2
SUBLET POOLSIDE
1 bdrm $215, near UF. Sunrise Apts. Danny 371
3424, off ice 372-4835. 4-17-10-2
Summer sublet: near UF
2 bd/1 '6 bath poolside twnhse, a-c, dshwsh.
Williamsburg. 378-4241 oft. 5. 4-17-5-2
2 bedrm/1 bath apt in Mill Run. Avail. May
option for fall. Pool, close to campus, spacious.
$330/mo + S2OO dep. 376-4047. 4-16-4-2
* May free Sublet to Aug 2 bd/1 bth, wood
floor apt, 1 blk to UF, pet ok, $320 mo + util,
375-1557 after sp.m. 4-17-5-2
OXFORD MANOR, nicest in town. 1 br, new,
next to pool, tennis & laundry. May 15 through
Aug 15. Rent negotiable 3761585. 4-21-7-2
Summer sublease foil option lO3 NW 10
St 371-3122 newly remodeled, 1 bdrm,
$235. 4-17-5-2
Summer sublet 2.bed/l bath, central heat/air,
near pool/laundry, water pd. One block from
campus, $275. 375-8602. 4-22-7-2
Wood floors!I 3 blks N of UF, $275 summer,
$315 fall, economical gas heat. Air. Univ. Apts.
329 NW 17 St 371-0769, 375-6173, 376-7166. 4-
25-10-2
Compare Oak Park Village's 2 bedroom
manufactured homes to other rentals. Great
location three miles from the University,
Shands and VA qualifies you for an on oncampus
campus oncampus parking permit. Quiet, wooded country
setting. Laundry facilities on premises. From
$360/month. Call 3761600 or visit at 4000 S.W.
47th Street (Archer Road SR 24 6/10 mile
west of 1-75). 4-161-2
ALMOST NEW 2 br just N of UF. Cent air,
dishwasher, Center Court 1210 NW 11 Av, $275
summer, $335 fall. 371-0769, 3767166, 375-
6173. 4-25-10-2
Phoenix t/h 2 br 1 6 bath, $225/mo thru July,
avail May 1, 2637 SW 33 Place, Unit A. Call
372-1253, 373-7132 after 5:00. 4-18-5-2
Duplex apt 2 bedroom 1 '6 bath, suitable 2-4
persons, S3OO/month. Close to campus.
Starting in fall. Call Joe, 371-8141. 4-25-10-2
Convenient downtown location, 302 SE 4th
Street, great for students. 3br/lbth, $250/mo.
Call 372-6172. 13-32-0-2
WE ARE #1
Because we offer you the most
for your rental $.
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* We'll help you find roommates
Tennis court, sauna, pool & gym
FREE classes by professionals
in Karate, Aerobics, Tennis &
Math Tutoring
Regency Oaks Apts.
3230 Archer Rd. 378-5766
Country Garden Apts.
2001 S.W. 16th St. 373-4500
4 25-43-2
Fantastic Apartment 3 BR, 2 bth. Regency
Oaks furniture avail. Sublet summer/option
- rent foil. S4BO/mo. or 8.0. Call 372-3455. 4-
23-7-2
Spacious 1 bd in Hawaiian Village, close to
campus and shopping, quiet apt in back
overlooking pond. Summer sublet with fall
option. Call 375-8442. 4-21-5-2

HUGE 3 bdr/2 bth apt. Close to Shands,
VA, UF. Sum sublet. Quiet area, pool, laundry
room. Call 376-8941. What a Bargain!! 4-21-5-
2
1 block from Law School. 2 BR avail, in 4 BR 1
bath house. l/S9O, 1/$l2O. Must stay thru Aug.
338-0534. 4-25-9-2
2 BR Country Village apt for rent May Aug w
option for fall, close to campus. Call 377-7101.
4-21-5-2
SUMMER AND FALL
1 and 2 bedroms available
BRANDYWINE
2811 SW Archer Rd. 375-1111
4-
FREE RENT & MICROWAVE
2 br/1 ba, rent for summer term w/foll option.
Many extras & advantages!! Call for details.
332-2637 or 378-2210. 4-21-5-2
SUMMER SUBLEASE w/option. 1 br, pool,
laundry, near UF, Shands, Mt. Vernon Apts.
Avail now-Aug. 376-1807 anytime. I will pay
up to $3OOll 4-21-5-2
Contemporary 2 bedroom l '/i bath townhouse
near Oaks Mall, only 1 Vi years old. Available
May Ist, must rent will bargain. Call 376
8107. 4-167-2
2 Br 1 Ba Apt. Large rooms, quiet, shady SW
area. Avail. May or Aug. $330 mo. 374-8276.
No smkrs or pets. 4-18-7-2
Sum sblt w/fall opt. Only $235/mo for 1
bdrm easily accomodates 2. May free.
Many extras, negot or free! 374-4216,
anytime!! 4-16-5-2
Male SUBLET SUMMER 1 bedroom/own bath
of 2 bed/2Vi bath townhouse in Rocky Point
Apts. $l3O/mo, call Ali 377-4464. 4-16-5-2
Spacious 2 br 1 Vi bath townhouse, sublease
$295/mo thru July 31, fall $325/mo. Avail, end
of April. 392-7380 or 375-4451. SW area. 4-16-
5-
Apt. to sublet over summer. Four bedroom
townhouse with pool, tennis, and r-ball. sll
per month + Vt utilities. 332-8784. 4-16-5-2
OXFORD MANOR
SUMMER SUBLET LOW $
3/bed, 3/bath. Unfurnished. Option to lease.
371-7082. 4-18-7-2
1 block from U.F.I! 3 bedroom, 1 bath house
w/fireplace, central air, all appliances, avail
May 6. Barry Baumstein, Realtor 373-7557. 4-
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Sublet 1 br townhouse, pool. Archer Road.
New carpet. $250 negotiable. Must see. 373-
2049 or 375-5962. 4-21-9-2
Townhouse sublet for 2 months. 2 bedrooms,
1 V 4 bath, 5 min to campus, pool, $375 a month.
For further information, please call 373-5271.
4-165-2
Summer sublease w/fall option, 1-bdrm apt. 3
blocks from UF. Separate living, dining rooms
& kitchen, hardwood floors. $2lO/mo. Call
373-5731 or 3769504. 4-1610-2
SUBLET 2 br apt near UF in SW area May Aug,
opt. fall, $260/mo. Please call Greg or Bruce at
378-4792 eve. best. 4-16-5-2
Summer sublet fall option, spacious 1 bdrm
apt., pool. Close to UF/Law. Camelot Apts.
Available May 4th. Rent negot. Call 378-9148.
4-23-10-2
SUMMER/FALL. Like new 2 BR in Tumblin Creek
Forest, cent air/ht, (huge kitchen). 3 blks to UF
& hosp. 375-7138, very ngtbl. 4-165-2
A brand new 3 br/2 ba apt. 4 blocks to UF,
available Aug. Free microwave per apt. W/l
yr. lease if signed by 6/1/86. S6OO/mo. +
deposit. No dogs. 373-9941. 4-25-12-2
SUBLET 2 bdrm apt starting May 1. August rent
free. Unfurnished, call 377-6026 evenings. Two
i blocks from campus. 4-18-7-2
WALK TO UFII Efficiency apt $149 summer, $199
fall, 1222 NW 8 Av, 371-0769, 375-6173, 376-
7166. 4-22-5-2
slls including utilities. Own room in 9rm 2 bth
rm house. 4 blks nos UF. Univ. Apts. 411 NW 15
St. 371-0769, 3767166, 375-6173. 4-22-5-2
Last month free/sublease for summer C/1 br/1
bth/$235/month/371-7286. 4-22-5-2
DESPERATE will negotiate summer sublet,
Pinetree Gardens, 2 bdrm 2 bath, call im immediately,
mediately, immediately, 335-0329 if no answer leave a
message. 4-22-5-2
$150./mo 1 bdrm 1 bth
Summer sublet w/option for fall. Call 376-
6720, ask for Lennie. 5-29-15-2
SUBLET FOR SUMMER
S2OO mo 2 bed 1 ba, can renew for fall. Call
376-6720, ask for Susan. 5-29-15-2
Sublet one bedroom apartment 3Vi months
rent left slsO month walk to SFCC
laundry and pool Call 375-5818. 4-22-5-2



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Summer sublet w/option for fall lease. Nice
v 2 r r' i br I ba f a vo
422 5 fr m Swenson s Coll 377-6397.
HOUSE FOR RENT 2 bdr/1 bath, 4 blocks from
campus, wooden floors, AC, only $320/mo
Nego. 371-2446, 1618 NW 4th Ave. 4-18-3-2
Sublet: 2 bed 1 >/, bath split-level townhouse.
Only $335, 2 miles from UF campus. Brand
new. Call 335-0348 after 7 p.m. 4-22-5-2
For sublet, available May 9, 3 bedroom/3
bath/2 stories, near campus in Oxford Manor.
Moving date negotiable? 377-5341. 4-22-5-2
Great apt! Close to campus, 2 br/] bath for
Coll 371-8495. 4-22-5-2
* * Summer Sublease Oxford Manor.
Spacious 3 bdr/3 bath apt near entrance, by
pool/laundry facilities. 378-1655. 4-22-3-2
Look! Sublet for summer Hawaiian Village 1
bdrm/1 bath near UF. May Ist August
31 st/August rent free, $220/mo. Charlie 377-
6180 neg. 4-22-5-2
Sublet 4 summer at reduced rent, reg S3BO/u
pay $330 4 a poolside 2 br/2 ba 5 min to
Shands, rec room, bbq area, quiet, biq 377-
6362. 4-22-5-2
OXFORD MANOR
Brand new 3 bedroom Townhouse for
Sublease Rent negotiable. Fall option Call
377-0247. 4-22-5-2
Shared room SBO per month or 2-bedroom apt
$290 per month. Located in Sunbay, 1 mile
from campus. 375-3826, ask for Ming or Zorun
4-22-5-2
ROOMMATES
WALK ONE BLOCK UF. Male upper division grad
student. Private entrance, bath, refrigerator,
$125-155/373-9609, 376-6652, 378-8122 4-25-
18-3
OAKBROOK
SUMMER CONDOMINIUM RENTAL
2 bedroom*2 bath*walking distance to
campus* microwave*dlshwasher*tr. com compactor*Disposal*washer/dryer
pactor*Disposal*washer/dryer compactor*Disposal*washer/dryer 1228-A $W
16th Ave. 375-4245*371-2109. 4-25-18-3
Sublet for summer, female rmmt. needed for
own room in beautiful 2 bdrm/2 bth Wind Windmeadows
meadows Windmeadows Apt. $lB5/mo -I- Vi util, call 375-
0528. 4-21-4-3
Need a nonsmoking female to live in 3 bed-2
bath apt. $155/month. By Albertson's. 372-
5249 (summer). 4-18-3-3
M/F nonsmoking needed for summer. Own
room and bath in furn. 2 bdrm apt. Behind
Shands/VA. Call 371-8185. 4-22-5-3
1-2 Fm needed to sublease spacious, furnished
townhouse for summer C. Close to campus &
Shands. $108.75 + V,\ util. Call 371-6024 ASAP.
4-22-5-3
VCR & MICROWAVE, fm rmt for summer, own
rm in furn 2 br 1 Vi bth twnhs, $l5O/mo Vi util,
pets ok, call anytime 376-7439. 4-22-5-3
1 need a roommate! Fall to share a condo
own room and bath S2OO/month or share
sllO/each, fireplc, near pool, quiet, spacious.
377-4889. 4-22-5-3
Sublet my room in 3-bedroom house. Close to
UF, shopping. Carpeted, spacious. Call 378-
6193 to see. Desperate! slsoamonth. 4-21-5-3
Female grad student/professional to share 2 br
2 b apt thru summer $155 + Vi utilities. Keep
trying, 371 -4220, late at night okay. 4-22-5-3
GREAT DEAL
NEED 2 ROOMMATES
$125 MO. FURNISHED
VIZCAYA APT'S 376-7006. 4-22-5-3

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Ideal conditions for male n-smk own rm in
house near UF track, laund facil, a/c, lots of
extras. SIOO/mo + % utils; call 377-7380 4-
17-2-3
OWN ROOM in 3 br/1 ba house, one or two
rmmts needed for summer/foil, S!3O/mo./util;
close to UF, pets ok, call 373-1721 after 5 p.m
4-22-5-3
F/roommate wanted in beautiful mobile
home, 2 rooms $l2O, $l4O. Washer/dryer, 2
miles UF/Shands. Desperate, please call 377-
6130. 4-22-5-3
ROOMMATE NEEDED for summer, male or
female, 5 min. from UF, furnished, $l2O per
month + half utilities. Call 374-6798. 4-22-5-3
MALE WALK 2 BLOCKS UF, upper division grad
student RESERVE NOW FOR SUMMER and 1986-
87. $125-155 includes utilities. 378-8122 373-
9609,376-6652. 4-25-18-3
Female Nonsmoking roommate needed to
share spacious 2 bed/2 bath apartment. Point
West Apts. Pool, laundry room. Call 373-0068
4-17-4-3
Roommate for May. Nice 3/2 house in N.W.
Big yard, nice clean house, $140.00 + Vi util.
Larry 378-6615. 4-16-5-3
Own bed and bath in huge, well furnished 2
bed 2 bath apt. in Oak Forest. Close to campus,
no hassle move in, no deposit, $215 per month
and Vi util. Stay summer w/option for fall. 378-
3007. 4-22-5-3
ROOMMATE NEEDED
1 must rent my room. Excellent summer place
Rent is very neg. Call 378-6173. Leave
message. 4-22-5-3
FOR FALL ~
1 or 2 female nonsmoker(s) needed.
Vizcaya apts. Call 371-3735.
You get the master!
4-25-8-3
FEMALE FOR FALL/SPRING
Share Ig. bdrm in 2/1 Vizcaya apt. Nonsmoker.
Only sllO/mo + Vi util. Call 371-0896 4-22-5-
3
OXFORD MANOR own rm/ba for serious
student in new apt summer &/or fall. Vi rent &
util. Call Glenn 332-1387. Nonsm only. 4-25-8-
3
SUBLET for Summer: nonsmoking, studious F
wanted to share 2 br, 2 bath apt. Own room &
bath for only $l4O/m. 1 mile from campus,
Hawaiian Village. 378-2182. 4-25-8-3
Femalef_roommate as of summer B. Own room,
2 bdr 1 Vi bath. Furn townhse, pool. $175/mo
+ Vi util. Walk UF. (305)764-8858. 508 Coconut
Isle, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301. 5-29-7-3
Female roommate as of summer B. Own room.
2 bdr 1 Vi bath. Furn. townhse, pool. $175/mo
+ Vi util. Walk UF. 378-5596. 4-18-3-3
M/F to sublet apt for summer. $ 100/mo + V*
utilities. Own room, pool & tennis. Wind Windmeadows.
meadows. Windmeadows. 376-4064. 4-25-8-3
M/F Roommate for summer w/option for fall
$157/month Vi utl. Phone 375-1198. 4-18-3-3
This is great!
GWF needed to sublet room for summer, 2 br
apt 1 block from UF. $135 mo Vi utl. Call
Dianne 373-0131. 4-22-5-3
Summer Roommate Wanted M/F, well
furnished apt. Regency Oaks, private bed &
bath, $l3O + Vi util. Waterbed. Call
Jim/Adrienne 377-0674. 4-18-3-3
Fun, sun, and NO DEPOSITS! F to share nice
2/2Vi twnhse in Mill Run. sll2 mon + Vi util.
Pool, laundry, close to UF 375-7281. 4-22-5-
3
Females preferred, own room in beautiful 3 br
house 4 blks from UF, $l6O + Vi utilities, days
375-8120, eve 376-9637. 4-18-9-3
M/F roommate needed for FALL, 2 br 2 ba
Picadilly apt. Clean, non-smoking preferred.
Furnished except for br. Call 376-6854. 4-18-4-3
Non-smoker to share 2 bdrm mobile home,
central AC. Great location. $l3O/month + Vi
utilities. 378-1235. 4-21-5-3
New Casablanca condo (2 BR). Need 1 or 2
Females for Summer A, B, or C. ($ 195/person).
Pool in complex. Call mel 373-8484. 4-21-5-3
Fml nonsmk share home with 2 students 1 blk
from campus. $l5O plus Vi utilities. 371-2569.
4-21-5-3
Roommate needed for summer, own room
w/bath in 4 bdrm NE home, $155 + Vi util. 2Vi
mi from UF, microwave, washer, by duckpond.
378-6817. 4-21-5-3

Have your own room in a quiet area for the
whole summer. Non-smoking female
preferred. $135 + '6 util. Call 377-7911, keep
trying. 4-18-4-3
N/S F to share 2 bdrm SW apt. $ 135/mo + '/i
util. Micro, w/d, nicely furnished. Boyfriend
welcome. Call 332-9689. 4-18-4-3
Gatorwood summer roommate, own
furnished bedroom, female, non-smoker grad
or prof pref, $125.00 + Vi utilities. 373-7276
eve. 4-162-3
Summer sublet, Hawaiian Villagel Own room,
2 story townhouse. Poolside, furnished,
wash/dry, a/c. $145/mo. + Vi util. 371-4737
4-
Oxford Manor summer sublet. 1 or 2 fern, for
master bdrm and own bath. Rent very
negotiable. Call 372-8066. 4-17-3-3
I need a roommate for fall & want to move In
The Pines. If you are a male & need a rmt there
* or want to get an apt there, please contact me
at 377-0470. Ask for Jon. 4-17-3-3
Female, non-smoker, for 2 BR/2 Bath SW
twnhouse; $l5O + Vi utilities (available May
10 sooner upon request). Call 378-2598 4-21-
5-
Female nonsmkg rmmt wanted to share
luxury 2 bdrm townhouse In beautiful Mill
Run, starting Sum. A. Fully furn, many extras.
371-9395. 4-21-5-3
Own room in 3 bdr house, fireplace,
washer/dryer, microwave, trampoline, nice
yard, bike to UF. $130.00, call 372-5298. 4-18-
4-3
F rmmt for own br 3 bth in Cntr Grdns, 2 blks
fr Shands. Smmr and/or Fall. 371-3797 or 373-
4500, reE-7. 4-21-5-3
IN THE PINES rmmte needed M/F, 3 bdrm
twnhse sl3O mo +Vi util nonsmoker,
responsible person 378-1711. 4-23-6-3
* A OAK FOREST Roommate needed
for fall. Furnished 2 bdrm 1 Vi bath townhouse,
S2OO/mo, one mo free. Call Scott, 371-9647 4-
18-4-3
FALL ROOMMATE wanted: responsible n/s F for
2 bdrm apt 3 blocks from campus. $ 185/mo +
Vi utilities. Call Lisa 371-7215. 4-21-5-3
SUMMER C
Male roommate needed at luxurious Bran Brandywine
dywine Brandywine apts. Pool, wt. rm., jacuzzi. Fully
furnished. $l5O/mo + '/< util. Call 371-6684
4-21-5-3
F/M own rm in 3 bdrm hse in NE duckpond
area. $133 + Vi util. Call 373-5064 John or
Andrea, otherwise leave msg. 4-18-4-3
Fun/studious rmmte needed for fall $l9O mo. 1
person, $l2O mo for 2. Oak Forest, msf br, own
bath, wash/dry. 375-6286. 4-21-5-3
Mahvelous Dahllngs! Grad or professional to
share 4 bdrm 3 bth NW home. Free (I'm a
kidder). Just $132.50 + Vi utils. Call 376-2701
to learn about many extras. 4-21 -5-3
Sum sub w/optn. Killer huge bdr w/bath and
patio. Apt has all mod luxuries, partying but
studious rmmts, best offer call 332-6153. 4-18-
Fm rmt needed A own rm w/bth, luxurious
house, good rmts. fur furnished*
nished* furnished* *rentsl7s/mo + Vi util. 338-1328 or
378-1114. 4-21-4-3
Sparrow Townhouse, large furn rooms in a
quiet area. Complete with large pool,
clubhouse, tennis, and racquetball. Male n/s
$135/mo. 332-0451. 4-22-5-3
OAK FOREST
9 wn rm in a 'wo bdrm tnhs from My-JI, rent
neg. Call 371-1053. 4-18-3-3
Female for master bedroom and own bath.
Summer A only or longer. Nice people. Rent
negotiable. Call Barbara 377-7857. 4-22-5-3
WALK TO CAMPUS need nonsmkg m/f rmmt for
summer to rent own bdrm in 2 bd house just 3
blks frm libraries. $135 mo + Vi util. Call 377-
2517. 4-18-3-3
For Summer C w/option for fall. Sublet mstr
bdrm in beautifully furnished Rocky Pt.
townhouse. $l5O/mo + Vi util. 373-2784. 4-
17-5-3
Sublet for summer, bedrm & bath in a 2 bed/2
bath apt, Female. Furnished $175/month + Vi
util by the Oaks, 335-1291, Jean. 4-24-10-3
Best deal in townl Only SIOO a month for your
own room in a large 4 br house. In the N.W.
area. Call Alan 374-4254. 4-16-4-3

HAVE IT YOUR WAYI 1-2 roommates Summer
A, B, or C Ride bike 1 mi. to campus Nice
apt. with pool Own bed & bath $ 170/mo.
own bed & share bath $ 150/mo Share bed &
bath $lO5/mo Call and negotiate: 395-8227
or 395-8235. 4-17-5-3
Need male roommate for fall. sll2 + Vi util.
Gatorwood. Non-smoking, non-greek.
Laundry, b-ball, excellent view of the pooll
Call 375-7203. 4-164-3
$99 mo 4- Vi util for summer M/F own br in
luxury twqbouse, has pool, rcqtbl, bsktbl, and
tnns. courts, near Oaks Mall and bus. 332-2416
4-
IN THE PINES M/F own bdrm in 3 bdrm twnhse
for summer A, S2OO 4- Vi utils, 372-3705/ 4-17-
5-
Female roommate, professional or grad
student, lovely 3/2 home in good neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. $l4O/mo & split util. 373-4656 after
9:00 p.m. 4-17-5-3
Summer rmmt wanted (Fall opt.), own room in
furn. duplex 2 blks from campus. $l4O/mo +
Vi util. A must see. Call Sara 372-0439 4-16-4-
3
$99/mo + Vt util. Fm non-smoke rmmts
needed. Sublet summer/option fall. 2 bd/2 bth
furn, micro, poolside, Rengency Oaks 377-
8914/376-4790. 4-18-11-3
Fun-loving female for own rm in 2 bdr apt.
Prime location. Across. 13th St., behind
Leonardos on Univ. Av. Cute, unfurn.
$ 162/mo. 377-9748. 4-17-5-3
Mature, professional non-smoke for 3 bd/2 Vi
bth condo, close to UF & Shands, wash/dry,
microwave, etc. $ 165/mo + Vi util. 377-5535
after 9. 4-25-11-3
Roommate Wanted, furnished room in 2 bdrm
apt. $l5O + Vi. Across from V.A. Hospital. No
deposit. Available now. 378-5056. 4-17-5-3
* MAY FREE NO DEP. Sum. fern. rmt. for
own furn. brm in furn. 2 brm apt. Vi utilities,
$l5O/mo. 5 min. bike to UF. 371-9180. 4-17-5-3
F/roommate needed. Nice, spacious
townhouse, furnished. Summer A, B. Call 371-
4932, close to campus. Mt Vernon Apts 4-16-4-
3
Fall 86/87 male roommate wanted to go in on 2
bd apt. Prefer semi-studious, clean, outgoing
person. Call Kane 373-1163. 4-17-5-3
Roommate wanted for summer STONERIDGE
Apartments, May thru August, rent negotiable,
Vi utl. Call 374-4195. 4-17-5-3
Jr, Sr, Grad Students avail now pri. furn.
rooms, close campus share house or 2br
apt. Reasonable, queit, NO PETS Ph 481-
2166. 4-16-4-3
Non-smoking female rmmt wanted for summer
only. (May Aug) Lg. 2 br/2 bath furn apt,
Windmeodows. Rent negot. 374-8348 aft 6 30
p.m, 4-17-3-3
Share country home 4 br/3 bth, pool, a/c,
w/d, many extras. 1 Vi acres, 3 miles to UF.
$l5O-185 + util. No lease. David 378-9624 4-
25-12-3
Summer A fm/ns own room w/bath in new
furn condo, wash/dry, pool, & much more. Call
Allison 395-9465. 4-165-3
2 F/M rmmts to share luxury 3 br apt in Bicycle
Club. Fully furnished (except bdrms), close to
UF, pool, tennis, etc. Great place. Avail
July/Aug for fall SIBO/mo + Vi util. Call Bill at
375-0944 or 392-9217. 4-16-5-3
Roommate needed to share room, May Aug,
at Point West Apts, pool, cent, air, fully furn.
slls mo + Vi util. Call 371-1977. 4-165-3
Nonsmoker, apt close to school, pool, SIOO
month + Vi utilities. Call 375-4198 or 375-
2366. 4-165-3
Get a tan, Picadilly Apts, mbd, fm, overlooking
pool, sublease May 1- Aug 15. Call before
gone, 373-7231. 4-165-3
It's a super deal! Summ sublet, own rm M or F,
2 bd/1 bath, SW area, fully furn. Pets
welcome. SIOO + Vi util. 372-3135. 4-16-63
In Oxford Manor, male roommate needed,
private room, private bath, rent $149 mo, util
Vi mo starting May 1- Aug 15, beyond. Call
Gregg 377-9612. 4-165-3
No deposits and lasts month rent free. M/F n
smoker roommate needed ASAP for own room
in Mill Run, with fall option, completely fur furnished
nished furnished and all amenities, $175 month. Call
after 6 373-8025. 4-16-5-3
Rm for own rm & bath nice 3 bedrm condo
close to campus, furn rm w/waterbed. $lO6 +
Vi ut. Call Nyla 335-0284. 4-23-10-3
Luxurious Lakewood Villas, rmmt needed May
1. Well furn. 3 bdrm apt pool, sauna,
tennis, in lovely wooded area. $ 185/mo. Sue
3361565. 4-1663
Large, spacious 3 bdrm/2 bth condo needs 2
professional or grad students, many extras.
Tower Rd, sls/mo + V. util. Call Scott 37*-
4590. 4-1663
Take over May Ist, own room in 3 bdm apt,
furn., $195 + Vi util, tennis, racquetball, pool.
Call Dave 332-2719 anytime. 4-17-63
M Roommate needed for Summer C, OWN
ROOM in 2 bd Apt. 1 block from U.F. $l5O/mo.
Call 3762788 keep tryingll 4-1663
Summer sublet, option to renew. Oak Forest,
female, own room, w/d, $160.00 mo. + Vi
util. Call 371-0786. 4-17-63

alligator, Wednesday april 16,1986,

Summer roommate
to share nice 2 bdrm apt w/male grod stud.
A/C, mcrwv, balcony w/grt vw. Pool, rktbl,
lake. Walk to UF. slsomt + Vi elec. 3763061
4-165-3
A beautiful home 6 blocks to UF. Newly
remodeled inside and out. Share Vi utilities.
No pets. Call 373-9941. 1430 NW 6th Place 4-
25-12-3
Need 1 or 2 tfemales to sublet Summer C.
Furnished condo with w/d, microwave,
waterbed. Price negotiable. Call 371-2584 4-
165-3
Fm rmt needed, master bedroom in 4 bdrm 2 Vi
bath townhouse. Pool, tennis, racquetball.
$ 145/mo. neg. + Vi util. Call 332-2582 4-17-
63
For Summer C w/option for fall. Sublet mstr
bdrm in beautifully furnished Rocky Pt.
townhouse. $l5O/mo + Vi utilities. 4-17-5-3
Non-Smoke Rmmt Needed for Summer in 2
BR/1 BA apt in Phoenix Apts. $l5O/mo + Vi
util., have micro & VCR. Call Dave at 374-4480.
Please leave mssg. 4-17-5-3
For summer, roommate for SW area duplex,
quiet area, own bedroom, $l5O mo & Vi
utilities, no deposit. Ph. 332-7934. 4-17-5-3
Male sublet summer A, B or C at Treehouse
Village. 2 bdr, own washer, dryer, plus pool
and bus and central ac, Vi util. $165 mo. Doug
375-0932. 4-17-5-3
$ 130/mo female roommate wanted for
summer w/fall option. Own room in new
townhouse. 2 br, 1 Vi bath. Part. furn. Pets ok
Ph 335-1286. 4-16-4-3
Mature, Responsible person to share 2
bedroom furnished house, across from Norman
Hall $125./mon. + utilities. Call Jim 373-4235
4-22-7-3
Roommate needed for own rm and bathrm,
half mile to Law School, Camelot Apt, 34 St and
2nd Ave for summer, 371-2294, regular $237,
now $l5O. 4-25-10-3
CHEAPER. $l2O/mnth, no lease. Male, semi semistudious
studious semistudious roommate wanted for summer. Vi util,
free cable. Call 373-7740. 4-18-5-3
Available for summer. No deposit. No last
month needed! 2 bdrms in spacious 4 bdrm
house, ac, micro, d. washer, Ig fenced yd. $l3O
mo. Vi utilities. 371-9431. 4-17-4-3
SMOKER OK F own br in 2 br 1 Vi bath IN THE
PINES, 2 pools, tennis, much more. Rent S2OO
neg. Available May 1. Call 372-6799. Leave
message. 4-18-5-3
Feminist woman needs nonsmkr female to
share 3/2 house with wshr/dryr, no lease,
$250/mo utilities included. 378-5561 eves 4-
17-4-3
Sublet for summer, own room in BEAUTIFUL
Lakewood Villas. Next to pool, tennis cts, wt
rm. $l5O/200 mo + Vi ut. 378-9071. 4-18-5-3
Fm. own room in nice furn. 3 br. 2 bth. apt.
$ 150/mo. Call 376-0308 and please leave
message. Summer and fall. 4-18-5-3
* Sublet very cheap * rmmt for summer
C. Tennis, pool, cable. SIOO/mo. + / util.
Rent very negotiable, Windmeodows Apts.
Pam 371-6356. 4-18-4-3
OXFORD MANOR SUMMER sublet. Need F,
nonsm for Ig bdrm, w/own bath (furn or unf) in
3 b/3 ba furn apt across from pool and laundry,
$l5O/mo + Vt util. Call 376-3354. 4-16-3-3
Fall/Sp F rm 2 br 1 Vi bth 2 story
twnhs furn dshws fencd patio els UF
* on bus rfs I co-op in Spr, pay $175 while
I'm absent & enjoy 2 br townhs Rnt: $175
***** 377-7105. 4-17-4-3
ROOMMATE NEEDED! M/F own room and bath
in 3/2 house, $l5O/month -F Vi uts., need by
May 1, puppies ok, clean, depen. 338-0520. 4-
18-5-3
Own room in S.W. 2 bd 1 bath apt, central
heat/air, microwave, vcr, cable. $l5O/mo +
Vi utilities. Call 371-2450. 4-18-5-3
Mature rmmt, sum/c or J & Jy. Must be neat,
nosmk, live w/grad stud. Own rm in p/furn
twnhse, bike UF, pool, $165 mo + Vi ut, aft 5
371-9157. 4-25-10-3
SUAAMER ROOMMATE WANTED to share
charming mobile home located 2 miles from
campus. Washer, dryer, cable, a/c, carport, &
much more. sll2 & Vi utilities per month. If
interested call 395-7011. 4-25-63
Roommate wanted for own room in 2 bedroom
1 Vi bath close to campus, $l5O/month plus Vi
utilities. Call Joe 371-8141. 4-2610-3
F serious nonsmkr to share 2 br 1 bath Phoenix
apt, furnished, wshr/dryr, $165/mo Vi utilities
for summer. Call Beth 371 -2459 after Bpm 4-
18-5-3
SBS/mo + util. Summer B fall option. Close
to UF. Pool, cable, A/C, Village Park. Leave
message 3768592. 4-18-63
Nonsmoker unfurn. room in 3/2 lake view,
luxury microwave, cent air, wash/dry,
fireplace. No pet, $l3O + share utilities. 376
3988. 4-25-10-3
Female wanted, own room, only $l2O/mo.
Towne Parc, pets ok, MUST SUBLETI Con Convenience
venience Convenience store nearby, 395-7663/3967646 4-
18-63
F roommate needed for summer rental of
luxurious Oakbrook condo. Directly behind
Joe's 13th. Coll 3764541. Ask for Riehm's unitll
4-2610-3

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REAL ESTATE
Medical/Professional Office condo unit
sale/lease equip/furn, exc. Tampa loc. 945 s/f
Reas, call Dr. Szeja 813-962-8514. 4-22-15-4
DOWNTOWN...
BE A PART OF IT
Apartments, condos, small shops
available for fall occupancy.
Coll 372-6172.
13-32-0-4
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair). Also
delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000 Ext.
GH-9486 for information. 7-8-35-4
NICE 2 br 216 bath condo, cent heat & air,
washer/dryer, pool. Close to UF & Oaks Mall.
Call Steve at 373-0961, keep trying. 4-21 -5-4
Mobile Home, 2 bdrm, central air & heat,
ceiling fans, porch & shed. Excellent condition.
Must sell, $4,500. 372-9686. 4-21-5-4
Graduate must sell! 1984 14x52 mh. Furnished,
near UF, central ac/heat, excellent condition,
$12,000. 371-9730 or 335-1390. 4-16-5-4
'75 mobile home, 2 br/1 ba, close to UF, 12x52,
shed, porch, partial furn, carpet, ac/heat, very
clean, $5300. 373-4735. See @ Valley view
#268. 4-16-5-4
48x24 'B3 Commodore D/W 3 br-2 fb, walk-in
closets, fireplace, cen. heat/air, SSOO & take
over pay. Must be moved, call 472-4301 eve.
4-18-5-4
Why rent when you can own your own brand
new manufactured home at Oak Park Village
from $153 a month plus lot! Two and three
bedroom spacious floor plans to choose from.
Compare our quality features and our con convenient
venient convenient location. Three miles from the
University of Florida, Shands and VA
qualifies for an on-campus parking permit.
Quiet, wooded country setting of stately oaks
bordered by Lake Kanapaha. Ask about our
affordable financing plans. Lot rentals from
sllO/month, including water and sewer. Coll
376-1600 or visit at 4000 SW 47th Street (Archer
Road SR 24 6/10 miles west of 1-75). 4-
15-1-4
FOR SALE
Since 1977 Car Stereo Specialists has been
selling top quality carstereos at low discount
prices. Come see us at 2201 NW 13 St. Or call
372-2070. Open M-F 10:00-7:00 and Sat. 10:00-
5:00. 4-25-75-5
AM-FM Cassette In-dash $29.95
AM-FM Digital In-Dash $99.55
100 Watt equilizer $29.95
Full warranty 373-3754 Audio Outlet. 4-25-70-5
Drawing tables $69. Computer stands SB9.
Wood boxes sl9. Balans chair $49. Small chest
$49. NINA'S NOOK 377-6700 818 W. Univ. 4-25-
67-5
Desperate for cash!!! Selling a Zenith Zt-1
terminal (VAX & NERDC): (CHEAP)II Also
Browning compound bow (50 lbs) & arrows. Lou
374-4248. 4-16-4-5
Moped top of the line Puch Magnum MKII, 2
spd, oil inject. Great shape, only 2000 mi.
(Brian) 373-9103. 4-17-5-5
Furniture for sale: wall units, living room,
dining room. 377-2144. 4-16-4-5
Qn sz waterbed, fully equipped, $l4O, obo,
chest S3O. Call Lisa 371-9020. 4-17-5-5
SACRIFICE RATTAN BAR w/2 matching stools,
$225/obo. Ask for Keith, 371 -6065 evenings. 4-
17-5-5
For sale Full bed sllO, desk $35, bookshelf
S2O, chair $lO, coffee table S2O, tv stand S2O,
excellent cond., obo, Joanna, 371-7215. 4-17-
5-5
Full size bed, box spring and frame. Bought
; new last semester S9O. Call Diane 373-1791. 4-
17-5-5
Mitsubishi 100 watt rack system-100 wt/chn
amp, coss dk (db b&c) dgtl tuner, Inrtrckng
turntable 3 wy spks $450 obo, Paul 376-7018.
4-17-5-5
l FURNITURE! Great prices sofa/loveseat set,
sofa/sleeper, chairs, coffee table, waterbed,
bedroom set and chest. 376-8107. 4-16-7-5
5 String Banjo, Epiphone, unused condition,
$95.00. Terry, 371-7868. 4-16-7-5
Herb sale. Over 120 species of culinary and
medicinal herbs. Sat Apr 19, 10-4. Kanapaha
Botanical Gardens. 4625 SW 63 Blvd. 4-18-3-5

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MITSU Vertical turntable, complete stereo
system. 50 watts. S2OO 080. Call 377-6441 ask
for Jeff. 4-22-5-5
TELEVISION. 5" portable bl/wht, goes
anywhere; stereo turntable ONLY $35. Call
Jason, 395-7034. 4-16-1-5
SHARP 19" COLOR TV $125; MEN 10 SPEED
BICYLCE (LIKE NEW) $75; STEREO RACK $35.
374-9998. 4-18-3-5
FURNITURE 1 dining rm table & 6 chrome
Also 2 chrome & glass tables. Call 373-
6397 Ken. SIBO for all. 4-18-3-5
Furniture for sale: Sofa-pull out bed, dining
table w/6 chairs, recliner chair, small couch.
Great condition 372-7917. 4-22-3-5
FURNITURE 4 SALE. Desk, chest drawers
w/mirror & dresser NEW S2OO for ALL.
What a bargain!! Jacqui 377-6429. 4-22-5-5
Brand new 19" pushbutton color TV. Must sell!
$250/obo. Call anytime: TJ 378-4364. 4-17-2-5
FOR SALE: DP rowing machine $75.00; brand
new Teac equalizer $55.00; never been used
Sansui p-d 11 turntable $35.00. Must sell! Call
374-8095. 4-18-3-5
On Daytona Beach
1 br condo timeshare sleeps 4. Week 46, S4OOO
will finance. Student must sell. Call 335-1849.
4-18-3-5
No down payment, 8, 14x65 Mbl Hm, 2 bdrm, 1
bath, washer/dryr, great rm, cath ceilings,
porch. Qualify for mortgage. 371-4369. 4-17-4-
5
FOR SALE
Student leaving the country wants to sell color
tv, 2 twin beds, and a bike, good prices. 375-
4261. 4-17-4-5
Modular pit gp. sofa, double & single beds,
4x3' projection screen color tv, wicker chair,
dressers, hutch, desk, file cabs, & more! 373-
4801. 4-22-5-5
MOPED
Everything works. $250 obo. Why sweat on a
bike? 371-6417. 4-16-3-5
Lg. desk $55, twin bed brand new S7O, Raleigh
bike SBO, large couch $35, matching chair S2O,
end tables & coffee table & more. 372-2710. 4-
17-4-5
Livingroom set complete w/matching couches,
tables, chair, etc. Best offer call 371-9000. Ask
for Michele. 4-18-5-5
COMPLETE BEDROOM FURNITURE SET, BED, &
COUCH FOR SALE. CALL 372-2315. 4-18-8-5
WINDSURFER: Bic, good cond. MUST SELLI $350
080 including Soft Rax for car. Call 373-1454.
4-16-5-5
FURNITURE for sale: graduating 2 living room
chairs & matching bedroom set & bed $250 or
best offer call: Lisa 332-1159. 4-16-5-5
For sale: Twin bed mattress, box springs, and
frame ssO. All pine desk and chair slOO.
Perfect condition. Call 377-7672. 5-8-10-5
King size waterbed w/rails, sheets & heater
$150; 5-drawer dresser SSO; stereo w/receiver
& turntable w/1 speaker $150; twin size box &
mattress S3O; first $325 takes all. 335-1797. 4-
16-2-5
Apt. furniture for salel Sofa/chair, tables,
lamps, bedroom set, kitchen accessories, etc.
Great pricesl! Call 373-0252. 4-17-3-5
Movingl Must sell modular couch, dinette, wall
unit, coffee table & full bed. Call for details
374-4696. 4-18-4-5
SOLOFLEX excellent cond with dip bar and 380
lbs bands, $450, call Tim, 374-6745. 4-18-4-5
Wheels and woofers for sale. 14x6 mesh
wheel/comp ta tires. 15" speakers for bass
applications, must sell, price neg. Call Ed at
372-0101. 4-21-5-5
Brand new Fugi 10-speed. Only $l5O. Call 375-
4814, keep trying! Never used Fugi Regent.
Must sell before May I 4-17-3-5
Furniturel Prices negotiable. Couch, rocking
chair, wicker, small wall unit, lamps,
waterbed. 373-4535 after 4:30p.m. 4-21-5-5
Digital Kenwood am-fm cassette + 90 watt PB
$225. Q waterbed w-heat slls. Chrome frame
5-speed S2OO. RCA 23" color $75. 373-5191. 4-
16-
For Sale: piano S2OO. Good condition, big T
swing set, galvanized steel, $50., redwood
picnic table $25., portable clothes line $lO.,
Boston rocker, maple, $35. Call 371-7120. 4-
17-

MOTORCYCLES
'S3 Yamaha Viroge 500, bought brand new last
August, 1500 miles, in great shape, 3 helmets.
Call 378-0431, Dave, SI6OO, will negotiate. 4-
16-5-7
Yamaha Vision 'B2 w/3100 miles, V 4 550 w/4
valves/cyl, shaft dr. Full factory fairing &
extras. SI4OO. Rick 374-1014 after 7 378-7977.
4-17-5-7
'B2 Honda C8450T Hawk motorcycle. Excellent
condition, looks and runs great, low miles,
good price. $750. 377-7802 anytime. 4-18-5-7
1982 Yamaha Special II 400, red, good con condition,
dition, condition, runs great, helmet inc. S6OO, call Wes
371-8181 evenings. 4-21-4-7
Brand new Honda Elite 150 D Scooter. Won in
contest, but I don't need it, so make an offer,
I'm desperate. Call 374-4230. 4-18-3-7
'BO 400 GN 70 mpg, great transportation, low
maintenance, very good condition. Fairing
included. S7OO 080. Kurt 332-8170. 4-22-5-7
YAMAHA RD 400 excellent condition, new
engine, S7OO 080 w/SIMPSON helmet. 375-
6388 ask for Vic. 4-18-3-7
AUTOS
1978 Ford Pinto, stick shift, good condition,
great for getting around town! ONLY SSOO. Call
378-2219. 4-16-5-8
'77 FIREBIRD FORMULA, low mileage, air,
am/fm cassette, 350, regular gas, new tires,
mint condition, must sell, 375-7791. 4-17-5-8
'B4 Ford Ranger V 6, 4 spd, long-bed, liner, ac,
am/fm/cass, cloth intr. Mny extras $5660 obo.
373-4866, 377-4108, 375-2931 early a.m., late
p.m. 4-18-5-8
Chevy '79, 4 doors, EXCELLENT condition, $2500
or best offer. Call Rafael 375-2375 anytime,
any day. 4-18-4-8
1977 VW RABBIT great student car, needs tune tuneup.
up. tuneup. Asking S4OO. Call ask for Carrie.
4-17-3-8
1977 HONDA ACCORD like new. 5 speed, new
silver pnt. A/C, runs and looks great! S2OOO
obo, call Chris 377-9952 or 373-8176. 4-18-3-8
'74 Toyota Corolla, good shape, amfm
cassette, graduating must sell, first SSOO. 332-
0716. 4-18-2-8
1971 VW Superbeetle, excellent condition,
won't stop running. $995. 371-4383. 4-18-3-8
1966 VW Pop Top Camper. Excellent condition,
$1175.00. Call Terry collect 904-821-0413,
Ocala, evenings. 4-18-3-8
SERVICES
STEREO REPAIR
Meticulous repair on your beloved stereo.
We do it right the first timel
Sound Ideas 2201 NW 13th St. 378-0192.
4-25-17-9
BREAD & ROSES
Well Women Care
ABORTION
Up to 22 weeks
Nitrous Oxide no extra charge
Free Pregnancy Tests
BIRTH CONTROL CLINIC
Female Practitioners
372-1664
Completely Confidential
Close to Campus
1233 NW 10th Avenue
Across from Center Theatre
4-25-75-9
Pregnant?
We offer*objective and confidential
counseling* pregnancy test* & more.
All Services Free
377-4947
Crisis Pregnancy Center
1204 NW 13th Street. Suite 23
Across from Civitan Blood Center
4-25-79-9
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSES FARM
riding lessons*hay rides trail
rides boarding sales rentals wooded tr trails.
ails. trails. 466-3224 4 375-8080. 4-25-75-9

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MINI STORAGE
AAA STORAGE 377-1771.
Close to UF 4 convenient 4x4x4 $lO/mo.,
4xx $ 20/mo.
535 SW 2nd Ave.
4-25-70-9
ABORTION
"Call us, we care"
FREE PREGNANCY TESTS
Women practitioners
Licensed 08-GYN
(with hospital privileges)
Gainesville Women's
Health Center
720 NW 23RD AVENUE
377-5055
We offer choices to you -a full
range of obstetric 4 gynecology
services. Serving Gainesville
* for 11 years. Non profit.
4-25-72-9
ADOPTION
Consider what is best for the baby. Call
Christiap Family Services at 378-1471. We care.
Ask for Kent or Anita. 5-29-25-9
PRE-PAID LEGAL/A Valuable Service
Additional Income/Retire in 5 Years
Free Informational Meeting
Donald G. Pratt 373-3059
4-25-18-9
Store Your Things
For the Summer
Reserve Now
Security Mini Storage 376-7606
4-22-10-9
ABORTION
Education Information
Service-Referral
Post Abortion Counseling
Gainesville Right to Life
378-7824
4-25-11-9
Whispering Hope Ranch Lessons $7 2/3 hr.
Boarding Pasture/stall $45 full $135
MonAmier *at stud reg. Arabs pt others $75.
378-3090. 4-18-5-9
MOVING SERVICE. Lowest rates, 15 yrs ex experience,
perience, experience, friendly, fost, efficient, lie and in insured.
sured. insured. Call Ken 373-5266. 4-25-8-9
TYPING SERVICES
For Quality Use A Professional
Professional Typing
917 NW 13th St. 373-9822
Recorded on diskettes or mag cards
dissertations theses manuscripts
4-25-75-10
For the best professional typing and editing
Hogtown Typing, 375-8333. Specializing in
law, arch, theses, and dissertations. 4-25-68-
10.
WORD PROCESSING
Professional quality at student prices.
Quick turnaround.
Hours by appointment, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Call Debbie, 378-7128.
4-25-62-10
Typing, fast and accurate, reasonable rates,
minor editing, proofreading. Call Beverly at
372-6253. 4-25-75-10
Typing, fast and accurate papers, theses,
dissertations. Experienced. Proofreading.
Reasonable rates. Call Lata 378-6642. 4-25-59-
10
Word Processing* Typing*
Resumes* Reports* Letters
Theses* Applications Etc.
376-5465 We're close to campus
* * Alachua Word Processing* *.
4-25-27-10
Word Processing, Typing, Bkkping 4 Notary,
Grad school exp. Prof quality 14 yrs. exp.
spelling ckd NW section. Dawn 332-3913. 4-25-
40-10
TYPING/from $!/pg. papers/theses/dissrt./15
ys. exper. in legal/medical/engr. terms as
former court rptr. Excel, spelling/proofing. Call
Jill. 377-9647. 4-25-58-10
For the right type, call Kathy, 376-9527. Expert
professional service. Reasonable rates. 4-25-
42-10
WORD PROCESSING/TYPING
Resumes, reports, cover letters. 377-0460, M-
F/9-5 p.m. Gainesville Word Processing
Center. 4-23-30-10

TYPINGf Legal, theses, dissertations, reports,
professional quality, dependable service.
Nancy, 372-2750. 4-25-45-10
Best Word-Processing in town. 1-day service.
Grad School oppvd. Term papers etc. CPM 4
DOS compat. lots. 377-0528. 4-25-26-10
* * TYPING 372-7856 MARG *
Sameday/overnite, spelling ckd, termpapers,
theses, resumes, letters, etc. 3436 NW 17th St.
4-25-29-10
TYPING SERVICE
Term papers, resumes, applications. 375-4536
before 4:30, 338-1139 after 4:30. 4-25-19-10
TYPING/WP call 374-8703. Yes, quality service
4 competitive rates, plus convenient location
just 2 blks from Bagelandl 4-25-18-10
THE DISSERTATION DOCTOR
B.A. English, M. Ed.
Typing 4 Editorial Services.
Sue Kirkpatrick, 376-1781.
4-25-18-10
sk- ** Rush Job Typing Services t*
One hour turn around/No paper refused. A
Ph.D. on staff to edit your paper. $2.25/or $2.25/ordinary
dinary $2.25/ordinary ds pg/410 NW 13th St. 4-25-18-10
Fast, accurate, and dapandabla typing
quality IBM Saiactric Many type styles
Call Mary 372-1728. 4-25-13-10
Typing and Wordprocessing. Quality work, fast
results, low rates, dependable and personal
service. Call Tara 332-1469. 4-17-4-10
Fast efficient typing, all types, will meet you at
your convenience. Pis call 378-3090, Della. 4-
18-5-10
WORD PROCESSING 4 TYPING. LOW RATES,
NEAR U.F. CALL 373-4564. 4-21 -5-10
Typing: term papers, resumes, letters, etc.
Close to campus. Fast service! Call Carolyn
374-6796. Will pick up! 4-18-3-10
Typing 4 editing term papers, theses,
dissertations. Last minute needs, call Carol 376-
2287. Free pick up 4 delivery. 4-22-5-10
WANTED
GOLD 4 DIAMONDS
Top Cash or Trade
OZZIE'S JEWELRY
Appointment 373-9243
4-25-72-11
Wanted: Healthy, non-obese men, (ages 50 to
75 years) on no medication, for laboratory and
psychological studies involving normal sexual
behavior. Appropriate volunteers will be paid.
Call Mark, 392-2612, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon-Fri.
4-25-26-11
Model 4 Radio Shack computers and daisy
wheel printers, 371-9966 or 378-9966 daytime.
4-25-9-11
HELP WANTED
All Positions needed at an Easter Seal camp for
handicapped children and adults. Camp
Challenge, Rt 1 Box 350, Sorrento, FL 32776. 4-
18-35-12
Do you need money?
Sell Avon full or part time earn up to 50%
commission 375-8967. 4-25-70-12
SUMMER WORK
INTERVIEWS!
Avg. $425/week 4 coll, credit. Must have 2.5 +
GPA to apply. Interviews: Wed. 4/16 4 Thurs
4/17; 3 p.m. 4 7 p.m.; Rm 150-A, Reitz
Union casual dress. No phone calls, must
apply in person. SW Co. 4-17-3-12
Part-time telemarketing for new-age business.
Experience a must. Flexible hours. Call Suzy 2-
4:30 for appt. 376-3479. 4-17-3-12
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040 $59,230/yr.
Now hiring. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-9486 for
current federal list. 8-18-45-12
A-l Laborers needed now. Earn $14.50 per
hour, full or part time. Call between 9:00 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Ask for personnel. 1-813-886-7151 4-
25-18-12
RENTAL AAANAGER upper division, grad student
for house rented to males. Room exchanged
for work. 376-6652, 378-8122. Near UF. 4-18-
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Interviewers needed, 5-8/5-15. Statewide poll.
Coll 392-6650, M,W,F, morns 'til 12; T Th p.m.
'til 5. Ask for Tim or Lynne. Spanish speakers
especially sought. 4-22-5-12
SUMMER JOBS Orlando/Tampa. Florida
Consumer Action Network hiring campaign
staff. SIBO-225 per wk. On campus interviews
Call 392-1601. 4-18-3-12
CAMP ANDROSCOGGIN, Wayne, Maine (boys)
looking for energetic, outgoing individuals to
teach swim (WSI), sail, windsurf, canoe, water waterskiing.
skiing. waterskiing. Also shop, pottery, archery and 2
nurses. We are a traditional sports and outdoor
tripping camp. Contact Stan Hirsch 733 West
St., Harrison, NY 10528 (914)835-5800. 4-16-1-
12
ON BEACH, $lO-$25 an Hr. Apply nowl Send
SASE + $1.50 (refundable) to "The Summer
Tan Jam" 12021 Gunpowder Rd. Beltsville, Md
20705. 4-16-1-12
Teacher aides college work-study only
(financial aid approved). May Aug, $3.35/hr.
20/wk. Call Cindy: Baby Gator 392-2330. 4-23-
10-12
Avg. $1,540/Month
this summer. Call 378-2866 for information.
SWCo. 4-18-5-12
Summer Jobs
Send name, major, phone# to Summer Jobs;
PO Box 12455A, Gainesville, FL 32604. 4-18-5-
12
PREP COOK, PART TIME. Experience preferred.
Apply 2-4 p.m. SNUFFY'S 1017 W. Univ. Ave.
4-17-4-12
WAITPERSON, HOSTESS/HOST Food & Cocktail.
Must be experienced & outgoing. Apply 2-4
p.m. SNUFFY'S 1017 W. Univ. Ave. 4-17-4-12
CAMP COUNSELORS: Maine girls camp. Tennis,
swimming, drama, boardsailing, gymnastics,
fine arts, tripping, archery, bugler needed.
Call 703-820-6404. Camp Tapawingo. Box
6656, Arlington, VA 22206. 4-25-15-12
sss SUMMER JOBS sss
Avg. SISOO/month. Great exp. for all majors.
2.6 GPA req. Call 376-3036. Mention ad. SW 4-
17-5-12
NaYl Co. intv. for summer
jobs. On-the-job-train
scholarship program earn
college credits, excellent pay
and work cond. Outstanding
career opp. No exp. nec.
This could well be the very
best job opp. ever offered
apply in person
Wednesday April 16.
Reitz Union room 349
3pm or spm sharp
Thursday April 17.
Reitz Union room 349
9:3oam, 12, 2:3opm
Sign up for appointment
Career Resource Center
B1 Reitz Union
no phone calls please
4-17-3-12
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We buy & sell good used clothing. Call Second
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professional (UF grad-84) seeks M/F
graduating senior or grad student to locate and
share 2 br/2 ba apt in Ft. Laud area. Gimme a
call (305)7556345 or write 2401-5048 Riverside
Dr., Coral Springs, a 33065 Brandon. 4-17-5-13
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86 Water World Dive Center. Classes are
conducted by professional diving inst. utilizing
the most modern equip. Call or come in and
compare. 1518 NW 13 St. 377-2822. 4-16-4-13
Women's Soccer
Traveling all-star team now forming. Tues,
Thurs, & Sat 5:00 Citizens Field. For info 378-
9612/372-6506. 4-17-5-13
OUTLET PRICES
Smashball sets $5,881 Gator tees from $5,991
Dolfin shorts $5,001 Save on everything!
Athletic Attic Outlet. Oaks Plaza. 378-2426. 4-
18-5-13
Jesus Our Passover Lamb
For an inspirational message, 378-3359. 4-17-
6-13
RUNNING SHOES
$ OFF LADIES RUNNING SHOES BY BROOKS reg
$45.00 now $29.95. The Dance Factory (1029 W.
Univ. Ave.) 4-17-5-13
Horseback riding at Tall Oaks. 7 mi. west of I I-75
-75 I-75 on #24 to SW 19 C., south 1 mile. New rates.
SB.OO per hour. 495-3127. 4-18-3-13
I need a roommate I Fall to share a condo-own
room and bath S2OO/month or share
sllO/each. Fireplc, near pool, quiet, spacious,
377-4889. 4-17-5-13
Abortion decision? See "Matter of Choice"
before you make a decision that will affect
your life forever. GRL 378-7824, 919 NW 13th.
4-25-11-13
If your blood pressure is elevated you may be
eligible for free out-patient diagnostic
evaluation, treatment, and sss. Call UF In Infirmary
firmary Infirmary Kidney Clinic 392-1161 or Renal Lab at
392-4121 or 392-6314. 4-25-11-13
UF Study Tour
Soviet Union
German/Slavic dept plans a 6 wk summer 1987
tour. 4 wks of lang/cultural study in
Moskow/Leningrad; 2 wks travel in Soviet U.
Est. $3,000; UF credit; prereq 1 sem Russian.
Call 392-2101. 4-16-3-13
Avg. $1,540/Month
this summer. Call 378-2866 for information.
t'y'St'Sv'v'v' SW Co 4-18-5-13
Vickie Williams, formerly Fantastic Sam's, now
at Millhopper Hair Design Wed. and Thurs. Call
371-1200 for appt. or walk-in. A A 4-18-5-13

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of tank tops ond surf pants too. Lloyd Clarke
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EXCEL ON FINALS
Don't have enough time to study for finals?
Maximize your efforts with the least amount of
time & use the best method of cramming $3.25
Nat. Info. Agency PO Box 14805 G'ville, FL
32604. 4-18-3-13
GAY MALE in good shape, manly, non nonpromiscuous.
promiscuous. nonpromiscuous. Want to meet SIMILAR GUY. Box
12417 zip 32604. 5-22-13-13
VISA/MASTERCARD/LOANS
Guaranteed! No credit needed. No cosigner
needed. Call (305)857-6169, 24 hrs referral
service. 7-31-32-13
Patty, Don't let VD take the joy out of loving.
Paul. PLANNED PARENTHOOD. 376-9000. 4-16-
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The Ultimate Game
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Realistic War Game
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Quality Paint Guns
Info & Res 373-4518, 495-2357
4-
Backpack Sale
Save 10-30% on all Jansport backpacks
Lifetime warranty many colors and styles.
Wilson packs SB.BB. Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504
NW 13 St. 372-7836. 4-18-5-13
The Preprofesslonal Service Organisation is
now accepting apps for summer membership.
Apps can be picked up at 310 F Reitz Union until
5- 4-25-9-13
Cindy S.
You're my only obsession your friend from
Harmon's. 4-17-3-13
Attention Brides to bel Save 60% on wedding
invitations and accessories! We represent
National Engraving & we want you to come by
& see their beautiful line at 409 SW 4th Ave, or
call 372-5315 9-5 M-F. Jack Williams Co. 4-25-
9-13
CUBS FANS
Watch your favorite team at the Red Lion's
satellite dish big screen TV, 2413 SW 13th
Street. 4-25-9-13
SAIL BAHAAAAS
Snorkel, dive, 65' ketch 7/12 7/19 & 8/9
8/16. $330 incl meals, send for brochure. Out
Island Charter, PO Box 47994, St. Petersburg, FL
33743 or call 813-347-7817 Iv msg. 4-17-3-13
SUMMER WORK
INTERVIEWS
Avg. $425/week. See "Help Wanted". 4-17-3-
13
"STUDYING FOR EXAMS?"
"ARE YOU GIVING GOD
TOP PRIORITY?"
Lecture and Q&A session Thurs, April 17, 7:00
p.m. @ Reitz Union (B-74). Sponsored by the
Christian Science Organization of UF. 4-16-1-
13
T-Shirts printed with your design or logo,
special 100 T's starting at $2.99 ea. Free
delivery. Ist screen free. Zodiac T's 466-3333.
4-21-10-13
A A Alt's here, the SALE you've been waiting
for! 10-50% off of everything (even spring &
summer). Paradise 819 W. Univ. Av. 376-4080.
4-25-14-13

The Use of Self as Crystal with Oh Shinnah.
Wed., April 23, 6-10 p.m., S2O, 2814 NW 43rd
St. (Unitarian). Call Georg, 462-4959, for
further info. 4-23-5-13
Save on Reeboks
We have plenty of Reeboks all 10%-30%
off plus Nike, Avia, Autry for less. We beat
the malls. Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13 St
372-7836. 4-18-5-13
SKYDIVE
Learn to skydive with the Williston Skydivers.
Jump course starts Sat. and Sun. at 10:00 a.m.,
376-1096. Group rates and weekday instruction
available by appointment. 4-24-60-13
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Look and feel better this summer, enroll now at
Cuong-Nhu Karate Health Center. 809 W. Univ.
Ave. Or call 378-4172. Free visit. 4-17-10-13
Resumes in one day I Typeset w/10 copies
$24.95//Reports & copying, typesetting,
printing & bindery, 34th St Plaza. 373-9950. 4-
27-17-13
PARENTAL DIVORCE
A support group is available to help meet the
needs of University of Florida students whose
parents are either divorced or divorcing. If you
are interested in participating please call
Student Health Services, Health Education
Office at 392-1161, Ext. 281. 4-16-5-13
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6esperately seeking summer subl for own rm
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cable. Pay only $155 mt + Vi util. Call 335-
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backpack. Lost 4/3 NW ghetto. Look behind
your shrubbery. Please call KC 377-5259. 4-17-
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w/good looks, new to area. Like to meet lady
that's attractive and sweet. P.O. Box 15342, zip
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PETS
For sale Burmese Python, 5% ft., $125. 080,
call Chris 376-0790. 4-16-5-16
Free to good home. Loving black adult male
and female white kitten. Serious inquiries
only. Call 375-3660 after sp.m. 4-21-5-16
Australian shepherd puppies. Registered. Black
w/white markings. Good prices. Gainesville
375- 4-25-8-16
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On the beam
from page 16
coach. We try to help athletes deal
with all aspects of their lives. If they
feel good about all areas, then they
tend to do well in all aspects, in including
cluding including gymnastics.
But maintaining greatness not
only takes the work of a support
staff, but the mental ability to deal
with always being No. 1. Defending
champs are just that because
everyone wants to beat the best.
Utah has the pressure on them
because theyre number one,
Arizona State coach John Spini said.
They have the pressure of how
would you like to be the Utah team
that loses the first championship.
Marsden deals with the pressure

HOOPS SIGNEE
UF womens basketball coach
Carol Higginbottom announced the
signing of All-America forward
Kellye Cargile Tuesday. The
Jamestown, Tenn., native led York

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by clearing the slate at the end of the
season.
Every year is a new approach.
We look at each season as a different
one, Marsden said. Were com comfortable
fortable comfortable with that situation and we
let the rest take care of itself.
Five titles should be enough to
convince anyone that your team is
one of the greatest. But there are
always skeptics. The same people
that said Alabama and Georgia won
Southeastern Conference football
titles for so many years because they
had weak schedules are back. And
now theyre saying it was easy for
Utah to win five national titles
because the team was in its home
arena for four of them.
The Lady Utes proved in 1984
they could win away from the Utah
Special Events Center when they
captured the national title at

Institute to a 26-5 record, averaging
19.5 points and 10.5 rebounds per
game.
Kellye is a sound, fundamental
basketball player and a fine addition
to our team, Higginbottom said.
She comes from a winning program

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UCLAs Pauley Pavillion. But the
skeptics are saying they wont be
convinced until Utah makes the four
hour trip to Gainesville and wins it
in the OConnell Center.
Utah hasnt flown east all season
for a competition and people are
saying its going to hurt the teams
performance.
A lot of people have made a big
deal about that, but Im sure Jim
Weaver (meet director) will do a
superb job, Marsden said. If you
think its a problem it will be a
problem.
But just in case the Lady Utes feel
a little out of place, nearly 200 Utah
fans will be in the stands to cheer
them on.
Thats the type of following
dynasties can count on, be it the
Ming or the Utah womens gym gymnastics
nastics gymnastics team.

and that is important for our
program.
Cargile tallied 1,680 points for the.
Dragons in three seasons, and she
was named to the All-State team for
those three years.
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from page 16
twice as many shots in a typical
college game because NCAAs shot
clock was nearly halved to 24
seconds. The NBA is in the hands of
the players, and they abide by
generating excitement, which turns
into gate dollars.
And the competitive past of the
game still has been retained. There
are plenty of close games, the play is
8 FERNANDEZ WINS
AT WTA
AMELIA ISLAND (UPI) Mary Maryfoe
foe Maryfoe Fernandez of Miami, the 14-
year-old who turned pro earlier this
year, upset ninth-seeded Stephanie
Rehe in a second round match
Tuesday at the $275,000 Sunkist-
WTA Championships at Racquet
Park.
Seventh-seeded Cabriela Sabatini
was scheduled to play Laura

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Garrone Tuesday night.
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the money draw that it is.
But the significance of NBA
basketball still lies in its en entertainment
tertainment entertainment value. The players are
making a living as entertainers, not
as winners or losers of a bunch of
games. Were dealing with high highpriced
priced highpriced barnstormers here.
As for the team that wins the NBA
championship and how? Its fun to
speculate, but the importance of
who wins shouldnt be
overestimated. After all, its only a
game.
3 ranked player in the world.
Also idle Tuesday was No. 5 seed
and defending champion Zina
Garrison.
Third-seeded Helena Sukova of
Czechoslovakia defeated Wendy
White, Atlanta, 6-2, 6-1, in a match
that took only 48 minutes.
In other matches, fourth-seeded
Manuela Maleeva of Bulgaria
defeated Eva Pfaff of West Germany
6-0, 6-3; and Susan Mascarin of
Detroit defeated Terry Phelps of
Larchmont, N.Y., 6-4, 6-3.

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NBA hoopla:
entertaining
and too long
The National Basketball Association playoffs begin
Thursdayevening. This means that:
High schools, colleges and other assorted
American amateurs have long since finished their
basketball seasons;
Baseballs pennant races are heating up into a
summer swing;
Most American television viewers will opt for a
rerun of the Bill Cosby show over a televised first firstround
round firstround playoff game on Thursday night; and,
the Third World could care less.
Putting the pro hoops playoffs in their proper
perspective, the regular season has droned on for 943
game s (with each of the leagues 23 teams playing 82).
Only seven clubs did not qualify for the playoff. The
first round begins with best-of-five quarterfinal
matchups in the Eastern and Western conferences.
The following rounds are all best-of-seven affairs.
This entire process will, in all likelihood, take nearly
three months to complete.
And most experts as well as non-experts
consider the entire conference playoff ritual to be
little more than the prolonged resolution of a
foregone conclusion: The leaguess two best teams
Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers will play
each other in the finals, as they did last year and the
year before.
So whats the point? Why not more brevity, more
significance? How about a 40-game regular season
with four playoff bids instead of 82 with 16?
Well, we all know the answer to that: The Big
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Green, aka money. Owners want to maximize their
financial gains from the sport, hence the long seasons
and extensive playoffs. The quality of play in a given
game might improve if the season were shortened,
but the cash wouldnt flow as freely.
However, before screaming about the greed of the
owners or the sanctity of basketball, one should
consider that NBA basketball is as is the case with
all other professional sports a business.
As a matter of fact, the NBA is engaged in a special
kind of business the entertainment business.
Basketball players put on a show, owners pay the
players and organize the show and customers pay to
watch. The same could be said for all pro sports, and
unfortunately, some amateur sports as well.
Os course, all this is common knowledge.
Everyone realizes pro sport is an entertainment
medium.
So why is it that, when playoff time rolls around,
everyone talks about how long the season is too
many teams make the playoffs?
Is the season too long for the players? If so, why do
so many of them participate in big-city summer
leagues in the middle of their off seasons?
Too many teams in the playoffs?For whom? For
the fans who fill NBA arenas to capacity to see all
these needless playoff games? As long as the money
is there at the gate, the owners are going to put sub sub.soo
.soo sub.soo teams in the playoffs.
The Chicago Bulls won just 30 games against 52
losses during the regular season. Now r theyre going
up against the Boston Celtics in the playoffs. From a
competitive standpoint, it may seem ludicrous. On
the other hand, from an entertainment standpoint it
doesnt look so bad. Even if Boston wins easily, Bulls
fans wont mind seeing Michael Jordan perform a
few more of his flying whirlygig specialties in the
playoffs; theyll pay at the gate to see it. And Boston
Garden is a certain sellout for any basketball game.
The pro hoops game is a form of entertainment
with high excitement level and great deal of athletic
artistry. And the NBAs 24-second shot clock keeps
the game at a fast, highly artistic pace. Imagine, for
example, gettting to see UFs Drew Moten take
see Sportscene, page 15

FLORIDA'S
ROCKER!

UF sub-. 500, loses 7-6 to 'Noles

By MIKE HODGE
Alligator Writer
UF got the pitching it needed from Tyson
Johnson, who allowed only four hits and
two runs over five and two-thirds innings.
But it wasnt enough as Florida State beat
the Gators 7-6 in Tallahassee.
Down 7-5, UF scored one run in the
ninth. Ned Brigham singled to start the
inning. One out later, Rodney Brewer hit a
hard grounder up the middle to score
Brigham.
UF, 20-21, plays FSU today at 3:30 p.m.
UF will start Phil Goodrich (2-1) against
Mike Loynd (11-1).
I thought we hit the ball well and Tyson
Johnson did a credible job, UF coach Joe
Arnold said. I was pleased with the per performance
formance performance and the scoreboard.
Ahead 6-5 in the eighth, FSUs Luis
Alicea scored Ed Fulton who had reached
first on a walk. Alicea hit an inside fastball
to Joey Fernandez in deep right. Ken Sebree
then walked Bien Figueroa to load the bases
with two out, but Eric Mangham popped
up to Brewer to end the inning.
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who had given up only two hits after
replacing UF starter Daryl Boyd in the first.
Alicea sliced a single down the right field
line with none out. But Ed Shea threw out
Alicea who tried to steal second. Sebree
then replaced Johnson and retired the side
on a grounder and a pop up.
Down 5-4, the Gators tied the game on
one hit in the sixth. UFs Rich Arena
reached second with one out on Tim
Toumas groundout. He moved to third on
Sheas double off the right-centerfield wall.
FSU starter Doug Little walked John
Woodward to load the bases still with one
out.
Then Fernandez hit into a double play,
but still scored Arena.
UF threatened in the fourth when
Woodward singled with one out.
Down 4-3, the Gators scored one run in
second without a hit and the help of two
FSU errors to tie the score at four. Shea
reached on a fielders choice and scored on
Brewers groundout on an error.
With the game tied 4-4 in the second,
FSU then went ahead 5-4 without hitting

the ball. Mangham reached on a walk, stole
second and third and scored on a wild
pitch.
UF scored three runs in the first.
Woodward singled to right. Fernandez
followed with a single and moved to second
on an error. Brewer reached on a walk. One
out later Jose Alou hit a sacrifice to score
Woodward. Collin Luttringer singled to
score two runs with an error.
FSU scored four runs in the first. Jose
Marzan doubled to right center where
Fernandez and Woodward misjudged the
ball. Sorrento scored Marzan with a single.
Alicea reached on a walk. One out later,
Mangham singled up the middle. A sacrifice
fly and a two-run single by Greg Clayborne
scored the other three runs.
Correction
Joey Fernandez, a converted infielder
who plays outfield for the UF baseball team,
was pictured on Tuesdays sports page. An
Alligator caption stated otherwise.

Utah
Gymnastics dynasty rates
with Mings and Carringtons
The word dynasty was first used to describe long
reigns of power.
You know, Ming Dynasty, Ling Dynasty, Ping-Pong
Dynasty. Then, about midway through the 20th cen century,
tury, century, people said the hell with world history, a
dynasty is a great sports team. Like the Boston Celtic
Dynasty, the Montreal Canadian Dynasty, the Florida
Gator Dynasty. Ooops, sorry got carried away there.
Anyway, the word isnt even used for great sports
teams anymore. Dynasty, to the chagrin of sports fans,
is a prime-time soap opera. Its not that another word is
used to describe teams of superior strength, there just
arent that many around anymore.
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Its been 17 years since the Celts won back-to-back
NBA titles, eight years since the Yankees turned the
trick in major-league baseball and six years since Pitt Pittsburgh
sburgh Pittsburgh won two consecutive Super Bowls.
But the sports dynasty lives on in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The University of Utah womens gymnastics team will
go for its sixth consecutive national title Friday night in
the Stephen C. OConnell Center.
From my viewpoint, I dont consider us any more of a
favorite than any other year, Utah coach Greg Mar Marsden
sden Marsden said. Its going to depend on who can maintain
their composure and hit their routines.
Marsden makes it sound so simple, so easy for his top topseeded
seeded topseeded team. But his colleagues know better.
Greg Marsden has something very special going,
UF coach Ernestine Weaver said. If Florida cant win
the national title, then Id like to see Utah win again.
Theyre making history and theyre doing something
thats probably not going to happen again.
But how has it happened? Professional teams have
composed dynasties with basically the same people year
after year. But in college, rosters can change every year.
And in collegiate gymnastics, the attrition rate is ex extremely
tremely extremely high with the wealth of injuries a team can
encounter performing feats that people usually see at a
Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus show.
We have a superb support staff, Marsden said,
explaining his teams success. We have an excellent
sports psychologist, an excellent nutritionist, an ex excellent
cellent excellent academic counselor and an excellent strength
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wednesday, april 16, 1986 1 the independent florida Pushed by Campus Communications, Inc., Gainesville, Fla. Not orhe Un-vets f rica lKhadafy's daughte> civilians kied in ra Pentagon: Little man crew of the sole Air Force cal reside F111 B fighter-bomber lost in the Loca esd nts hope of finding attack. ABC News reported the plane was shot down, probably over travel plas abroad 15 lale (CFew Alligator Wire Report TRIPOLI -Moamrar Khadafy's adopted infant daughter was killed and two of his young sons severely wounded Monday in the massive U.S. air raid which targeted terrorist training sites, but also devastated residential areas of the capital. At least 17 civilians were killed in Tripoli and about 100 others wounded in the attack which damaged three foreign embassies and the homes of the Japanese and Swiss ambassadors. No reports were available from Benghazi, a port city targeted by American bombers. Khadafy apparently was not injured in the attack. Meanwhile, Pentagon sources had little hope of finding the twoI ripoli. Many of America's allies in Western Europe on Tuesday criticized the U.S. decision to attack Libya, however two key European leaders -British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and West German Chancellor Helmut Khol voiced support for the action, which the United States said was in retaliation for the April 5 bombing of a Berlin disco which killed an American serviceman. The Israeli government also took an unequivocal stand of support for the raid. The sound of anti-aircraft guns was heard in Tripoli Tuesday night, arousing fears of a second raid. Libyan radio reported a U.S. attack was under way, but White House see Libya, page 5 By MARGE OLSTER Alligator Staff Writer Terrorism is bad business. At least for travel agencies. That's what Gainesville travel agents said Tuesday after at least 12 people canceled plans to travel abroad because they feared terrorism. Overall, American tourism agencies have reported a 50 percent drop in overseas bookings as compared to last year, when the U.S. dollar was strong and terrorists were not. Ruit Van Berpol, manager of Emmer Travel Inc., 2801 SW Archer Road, said 10 of her clients on Tuesday canceled trips to Europe and India. Van Berpol said the people told her "it's just too risky to go." UFjournalism student Amy DavThe French Embassy in Tripoli was damaged in the bombing enport planned to spend the summer but it's too dangerous right now backpacking in Europe with a fribecause of all the terrorist bombend, traveling on trains. After a ings," Bach said. friend canceled out, she decided to Bach said she and her friend are study in Spain for the summer. Jewish and that concerned her. "It's "But my father got hysterical over mostly Arabs who do all of the terthe Libyan situation," Davenportrorism and they're going to go after said. "By the time I got over there, Jewish Americans more," Bach he said it would be really bad. Since said. he was going to fund it, I decided not Louis Botero, 2UF, said that desto go." pite terrorism, he's going on with his Davenport said she did not worry plans to study at the Sorbonne Uniabout the danger as much as her versity in Paris fall semester. *father did. "It's a little bit risky, but I don't Lori Bach, a UF graduating sethink I have anything to worry nior,had a similar story. "We were going to tour Europe, see Reaction, page 5 Killer struggles before execution By SUSAN PURTIC Alligator Staff Writer FLORIDA STATE PRISON -For the first time since Vernon Bradford began witnessing state executions the prisoner sentenced to die in the electric chair kicked, screamed,0 thrashed and even tried to bite his way out of the restraints before the fatal switch was thrown. Bradford, spokesman for the State Department of Corrections and a witness of 13 executions, said it took five correctional officers six minutes to strap convicted killer Daniel Morris Thomas into Florida's electric chair Tuesday afternoon. Thomas was pronounced dead at 12:19 p.m. UPI reporter Denny Hamilton, talking about what he saw as one of the nine press witnesses, said "This was a wild one. I was hoping I would never see one of these." This is the fifth execution he has witnessed. "He wasn't being very coherent. I guess he was fighting for his life," Hamilton said of Thomas, 37, who reportedly kicked one of the correctional officers in the groin and tried to bite the arm of another officer. At 11:15, five minutes before a limited stay of execution ran out, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a last minute appeal to save Thomas' life. A panel of judges from the I1th U.S. Circuit Court in Atlanta granted the temporary stay until noon Tuesday to give the high court time to make that decision. Thomas had originally been scheduled to die at 7 a.m.A Tuesday for the 1976 murder of a Polk county man. As the leader of the terrorizing "ski mask gang," Thomas was convicted of shooting Charles Anderson several times, then raping his wife whil2 Anderson was dying. Bradford said Thomas walked into the death chambers calmly, but began to thrash about as the men tried to strap him in the electric chair. Bradford described Thomas' efforts to get out of the chair as "rigorous. "He put up quite a fuss right til the end," Bradford said. "He slumped down in the chair so they couldn't get the restraints on his arms and legs. I've never seen that happen before." Thomas yelled repeatedly, "Get off me," Hamilton said. At 12:07, Thomas finally calmed down and he began to read M a statement he had prepared on a yellow sheet of legal paper. Thomas wrote, "We on death rows across the nation, espeAnne-Marie Diller, standing cially here in the state of Florida, have become poltical pawns outside Florida State Prison and political human sacrifices for the politicians. near Starke, protests Tuesday's "It is time and it's long overdue for the people of the state and federal government to put a stop to state politicians who execution of "ski mask gang" use the death penalty and Death Row prisoners as pawns and leader and convicted killer political human sacrifices as a means to further their political Daniel Morris Thomas. About careers in the state," he said.1 Thomas criticized Gov. Bob Graham for using executions as 12 others protested along with a sure way to win votes. Diller. Arthur Savoia, left, and Thomas is the 14th man to die in Florida's electric chair, two friends cheered theexecudubbed "Old Sparky," since 1979. tion Savoia said this was The condemned man wore blue pants, a long-sleeved white shirt but no shoes to his death. probably the sixth time he has been near the prison when an see Execution, next page execution has taken place. SHAY ROUTH/ALLIGA OR Sunbathers may keep Yulee Pit By MICHAEL PODOLSKY Alligator Staff Writer The plan to turn Yulee Pit into the site of an art museum has been put on hold -at least for now. UF Facilities Planning Director John Carlson said the plan has been shelved for a proposal that would have UF, Santa Fe Community College and the Florida State Museum build a 'cultural complex' at another site. UF would build an art museum, SFCC would build a performing arts center and the Florida State Museum would build a natural history museum on the site, which Carlson said would be on Southwest 34th Street. south of the Doyle Conner building near Southwest 20th Avenue. Carlson said the Yulee Pit site is too small to house all three buildings. "If the concept goes forward, it would require a 20-to-25 acre site," Carlson said. The Yulee Pit measures 3 1/2 acres. A number of community groups are considering the newest plan, including UF, SFCC, city and county officials and community arts groups. SFCC President Alan Robertson said the cost to his college would be between $8 million and $9 million. He said the performing arts center would seat 1,800 to 2,000 people and would attract "top shows and speakers." Carlson said the project, to cost between $30 million and $40 million, would be funded by a combination of state, private and local money. Both Carlson and Robertson are optimistic about the plan, as long as state money can be garnered. Robertson said a factor that may help is the support of state Rep. Jon Mills, D-Gainesville. "As speaker-elect, he has a good deal of influence," Robertson said. Carlson said if the combined UFSFCC plan falls through, UF would return to its original plan of building the museum on Yulee Pit. But he said the combined plan has a good chance of success. weather: partly sunny, high in mid 70s. II mr MM I

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By MICHAEL PODOLSKY Alligator Staff Writer While the Florida legislature considers a bill to pull state pension funds out of companies doing business in South Africa, 1 anti-apartheid activists want the state to pull the bill. UF graduate student Pete Self said the bill, which was amended last week from a bill requiring divestiture to one requiring state officials to voice oposition to apartheid, "would be worse than if nothing passed." The bill originally called for the state to divest all its holdings in corporations that do business with South Africa. The state has a total of $2 billion invested in businesses that are tied to South Africa. The Florida House of Representatives Committee on Retirement, Personnel and Collective Bargaining accepted an amendment by the bill's sponsor, Rep. Sid Martin, D-Hawthorne, last week that requires the state to "repeatedly" tell corporations the state is against apartheid and not begin divesting for at least two years. The act also sets up categories of compliance with actions that would better the quality of life for South African blacks. Martin said the bill will provide the state, as a stockholder, an opportunity to press its position with the corporations. He said people representing the state would attend stockholders meetings to push the corporations to help the situation there. "If we start sending people to all those meetings, they're going to get out," Martin said. Martin said UF activists have asked him to withdraw the bill because it does not call for total divestment. He Execution from page 1 Thomas ordered steak, lobster and barbecued chicken for his last meal, but then refused to eat it, Bradford said. About a dozen men and women holding signs protesting the death penalty turned out for the execution the first since May 1985. After the protesters saw the waving of a white handkerchief across the prison's compound -a signal that Thomas had just died -they formed a circle holding hands. One of the protesters prayed quietly. "Gov. Graham ou get to his Senate s over Dan's body,"s a Gainesville attorn Cary said she sti prison compound t with Thomas' wife teenage children. "They're very I broke down, they h she said. "It's tot, what (the state ha family." Bradford said the had met with Thom for about an hour. there for the executi One death penalty Activists criticize ch; is) done to his Thomas family ias at 9:30 a.m. They were not on, he said. 'supporter, stanI "I stand for my beliefs just like those people over there," he said. looking at the place where antideath penalty protesters had been standing only minutes before. He said, "Anyone who is executed does not commit the crime again." I 2, alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986 W1 .( wi~ )I I > t( 1<> i> r (1lnkiw j() ) >tj (Ind DUNK-A-PROFESSOR fromN th1e I3usincss C<)leq. Wed. 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Whizzing in and out of Gainesville in a flurry of campaign fund raising, Gov. Bob Graham gave a quick speech to about 45 UF student supporters Tuesday night. At a reception given by the Young Floridians for Graham, the governor made a 15 minute speech to the students, who had been waiting more than an hour. Young Floridians for Graham member Mike Gableman, who hosted the reception, said his purpose in inviting the governor was to let him speak directly to students. He said the 15-minute stay was about what he expected. "I really wanted to give the governor a chance to meet one-on-one with students," Gableman said. Graham did not talk about his proposed 12 percent tuition TIM JACKSON 'ALLIGATOR hike or other student issues. The students did not press those Gov. Bob Graham talks to UF student supporters during a campaign visit at a private home prior to a issues. pltclrlya h ansil oe' lb In his speech, Graham stressed his education at UF and the political rally at the Gainesville Women's Club. way the state has changed since then. "When I come to Gainesville, I'm impressed with the resentation." "In 1959, the year I graduated from UF, Florida was out of changes," Graham said. "It exemplifies the changes Florida Graham praised the students for their involvement with the mainstream. It was not the place for serious things to has gone through." national issues. happen," he said. "Your generation has grown up with a state Graham told the students the state needs strong leadership in With a $5 donation at the door, Gableman raised about that is no longer a periphery but a main part of the country. Washington and he is the best man to give that leadership. $300 for Graham's campaign. Florida is where the future is being written." "From my Gator education and training, I can say that I'm "We wanted to show support," Gableman said. "We may Graham said he owes much to his UF education and said ready to represent the state," he said "I can say without not be able to provide a lot of money or get a lot of publicity, Gainesville exhibits many of the tell-tale signs of progress the modesty that with Lawton Chiles and Bob Graham in but sure as hell we can supply the manpower for his state has undergone. Washington, there won't be a state with stronger repcampaign." Gainesville police ease hiring rules By DEBBIE SALAMONE Police spokeman Lt. Don Dean said the police chief any flexibility and the new policy UF's Center for Studies in Criminology and Alligator Staff Writer department requested the change because the will not attract less qualified applicants to Law said. old policy put a "real stranglehold" on the the job with a $16,000-a-year starting salary. Charles Thomas said of the almost 450 criThe Gainesville Police Department's strict department. However, Dean said the department did not minology students UF enrolls, the "vast majrecruiting policy has forced the agency to pass "It's a serious thing anytime you lose outask for the commission ruling because it is ority" have other plans than directly entering up hiring qualified officers who did not meet standing people," he said. But police will not having trouble finding qualified personnel. the criminal justice system. educational requirements, the department's apply the relaxed standards to new recruits He said the department now has nine posiAt least one-half of the students plan to go spokesman said Tuesday. and will use the exception "only when a very tions open for patrol officers and is "actively to law school or pursue investigative positions But city commissioners said Monday the special person comes along." recruiting" potential employees. He said the with other agencies, Thomas said. Gainesville department may hire veteran offiCity commissioner W.E. "Mac" McEachnumber of openings is "a little unusual, but it Furthermore, most students do not wish to cers from other agencies who have not earned ern said the new rule will "obviously help" the doesn't mean we're desperate. We have a conremain in Gainesville, he said. a two-year degree.However, theofficers must police recruit personnel and make the process stant turnover." Police officials say they don't consider the complete their degrees after the department a "very effective way to do things." And not too many UF criminology graducommission decision as weakening the quality hires them. He said the old policy did not give the ates are helping to fill the gap, the director of of police officers. Faculty union to protest plan to raise UF parking fees By BRAD BUCK hearing before UF Assistant Academic Affairs Vice President The last parking decal increase at Florida State University was Alligator Staff Writerfk d ....._ '. -'c-' -. A % ] i a,: The UF chapter of a statewide union representing university faculty members will protest a planned increase in parking fees during a hearing tentatively scheduled on Thursday. UF sociology Professor Hernan Vera, vice president of the United Faculty of Florida, says the UF plan to increase the price of parking decals is a "ridiculous" tax. "It's r ridiculous to have to pay to come to work," Vera said Monday. "The increase in decal prices is not a user fee. It's a tax. The only ones that can do that is the Legislature." UF administrators are proposing to raise the price for commuter decals from $20 to $32 for the retof 1986. Faculty and staff restricted decals will increase $2 a month and official business decals will climb $2.50 a month within the next three years. The decal price hikes, if approved, will go into effect May 1, and would be used to help finance four multi-million dollar campus parking garages. UF student leaders also are upset about the proposed price hike. Student Body President Pam Bingham has requested a Catherine Longstreth. So tar, Longstreth has not received official notice of the hearing. If a hearing does take place, it will be held Thursday at 5:10 p.m. at the Reitz Union. UF Student Traffic Court Chief Justice Loreen Tressler said she plans to be at the hearing. UF administrators plan to increase reserve parking fees from $200 to $220. "I don't know why they did that," Tressler said. "I know they need to increase revenue somehow" to pay off bonds for the planned parking garages, she said. "The next two (garages) are supposed to be student garages. But I refuse to be naive about this." UF administrators have not allowed adequate debate concerning the construction of the parking garages, Vera said. The Metropolitan Transportation Planning Organization -a panel of city and county commissioners -recommended in May 1985 against more parking garages on the UF campus, Vera said. iast year, according to At ungan, coordinator oi par ing ana traffic at FSU. Prices went up for student decals from $14 a year to $16, and for faculty and staff decals from $30 to $35 a year. The FSU administration raised the prices for parking decals to offset increases in transportation costs for the "Seminole Express," a bus service run by the city of Tallahassee that takes students from the commuter parking lot at Doak Campbell Stadium on a 10-minute drive to the center of campus. The parking fee increase also went to pay for salary increases in the parking and traffic division, Gilligan said. No fee hike is planned for next year. Students, faculty and administrators all pay $30 a year to park at the University of South Florida, said Liz Karl, administrative assistant in USF's parking division. Certain administrators at USF pay $60 a year for a reserved space. But administrators are discussing that policy to see if there are enough parking spaces to continue the reserved spots, Karl said. USF officials plan no increase in parking decals for next year. 4 4 4 4 4 4 Fantastic Sidewalk Sale "Held Over" LO% Off all baggies in stock, walking shorts in stock, running and soccer shorts 10% off all shoes in stock (except those already discounted or on close out) 50% off all sweat and warm-up suits estgate Regency 12 S.W. 34thSt. 373-KICK NOW IS THE 'TIMIETO LEARN TO FLY I : ..,. i.I 1 r o m 4II 21 t' a l r II s cklil im4 % r Vll~l I d 'AIO%4f(4. %CIIOL I r '1) I I 17cN 3 c Bo -"lh2 1%t,2( t A 111f~i n misa oi e nFI!I f1 1,40(I w ou o I oirDm~l% I!:Ifrol $2 -Id -ol rn m -o rn it IHok 4 4 4 4 ~1 alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986, 3 lrp --qqwpp, -Iqlvpp -qqwl -,Roo" -Iqwpl -qqopp-Iqqqpp-Iqqopp-Iqqpp-Iqqqpp-Iqqopp-Iqquppl -qqqopp-qqqp--.99016-99911kh'Aghbi-Addhh.-.dggklkb-.ddkb.-.ddbb-ddillb-.ddl6I -.dgldkkb., Graham races through town Speaks briefly to student supporters about Senate bid By MICHAEL PODOLSKY Alligator Staff Writer 14 1

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4, alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986 AwA LN-.---z --MM ANIMAL USE DEATHS People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals will hold a debate in Turlington Hall tonight and a rally at Tigert Hall on Thursday morning, said PETA's state Director Holly Jensen. She said the debate and rally will focus on the use of animals in experiments and the role of the UF Committee on the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals. Jensen said four UF professors will participate in the debate, in room L005 of Turlington Hall at 7:30 p.m tonight. The rally begins at 11:30 a.m. Thursday. *WRITE STUFF UF has placed third ina national writing competition sponsored by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation, journalism department Chairman Jon Roosenraad said Tuesday.The winners include Alligator sports writer' Tom Farrey, whose investigative piece on the Gator Booster Program, titled "Leashing the Boosters," earned him second place and a $1,000 prize in the sports writing category. Alligator staff writer Mark Worth placed eighth in the in-depth reporting category with an article titled, "Operating Behind Closed Doors," an investigative piece on Shands Hospital's relationship with Florida open government laws. Other winners include: Mickie Anderson, 11 th place, in-depth reporting; Jack Beamish, 11th place, personality profile; Marlon Manuel, 17th place, sports writing and Jeff Zbar, 12th place, personality profile. Apple Computer Inc. University Purchase Program Faculty, Staff and Student price. Macintosh 5t2k $1099 Macintosh Plus S1549 For more info stop by 411 Weil Hall. Shuttle salvage is grim NORFOLK -Navy salvage divers on the Cmdr. Robert Honey. "It was in about 87 feet USS Preserver returninghome after recovering of water. It was about 18 miles off the coast of astronaut remains and wreckage from the Cape Canaveral." space shuttle Challenger say their assignment Wives and families were waiting for the was "a terrible job.'' ship upon its return to Little Creek AmphibThe Preserver, finished with its role in the ious Base, as was Vice Admiral William search for shuttle wreckage, pulled into its McCauley. The commander of Naval Service homeport Monday. Its 90 member crew was Forces for the Atlantic Fleet congratulated the showered with praise and medals. men for ajob well done and presented medals But crew members soberly recalled the grim as well. task of combing waters east of Cape CanavIt may be the ship's last brush with fame, as eral, to recover most of the remains of the the 42-year-old salvage ship will be decomship's seven astronauts for autopsies and missioned in September. identification. Divers said visibility ranged form 20 feet to "It's a tough job, you kind of have to psych 6 inches depending on weather conditions. your minI up to do it," chief diver James "It was just a sort of debris down there," Starke saiJ. "It's a terrible job and nobody Honey said, "And we had to have experts on likes it, I can guarantee you that." board to identify what in fact (the recovered NASA officials refuse to discuss any aspect items were.)" of the cabin recovery process or the identificaHoney said the same held true with the tion of crew members and Preserver's crew recovery of the cabin. was not allowed to address the topic in any "There was nothing very discerni ble about detail. it other than yes, it was in fact the crew cabin "We will say that we did in fact recover the and was identified as such by the technical crew cabin and we did in fact recover experts we had on scene," he said. "Some of remains, but I won't go into any further detail the items we did recover did make it more other than that," said Preserver's skipper, Lt. recognizable than others." from getting too wrapped up in the ways of -power -catch them early, at school, "before they become generals and senators and presi--dents and poison their minds with humanity." -Vonnegut, whose off-beat novels of absurdity, despair, and, yes, the dignity of the human --spirit have made him one of the leading writers KNOT MANY READERS of his day, noted that only about 5 percent of Kurt Vonnegut Jr. reckons there is only one Americans read. The rest draw much of their way to stop senators, generals and presidents mental stimulation from television. THIS SUMMER KELLY WILL HELP 7AO STUDENTS RK TOWARD TWO GOALS: 99MOVIES (Mon.-Thurs) VIDEO VLINK INC.Take a Study Break -see a movie! 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It's a terrific way to earn K GId tuition this summer-and still go back to school with a tan. SERV ICES An equal opportunity employer Cl985 Kelly Services, Inc. AND ATAN. I DrleIS 0 FLORIDA VOTERS TALLAHASSEE -A poll released Tuesuay shows more Floridians consider themselves independents and Republicans than Democrats, though registered Democrats far outnumber other voters. The poll also shows that 19 percent of voters say U.S. Sen. Paula Hawkins' recent hospitalization for spinal surgery will affect their vote. The poll shows'Gov. Bob Graham leading Hawkins 51 percent to 39. NOPEC MINISTERS GENEVA -OPEC Oil Ministers Tuesday faced a task they failed to accomplish three weeks ago -reaching agreement on cutting production to prop up sagging oil prices. The ministers gathered in Geneva as the price of crude sold at $13.45 a barrel in New York and $13.50 on the Europen spot market, compared to $20 last December. TUTU ELECTED JOHANNESBURG, South Africa. Bishop Desmond Tutu, a Nobel Peace Prize winner and outspoken enemy of the white minority government, was named Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town and vowed to work for peace and reconciliation. Also Monday, in the self-governing tribal homeland of Lebowa, police found the bodies of 36 people -some bearing marks of an ancient ritual torture buried in shallow graves. This page compiled by Ruy Garcia from UPI and staff reports

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alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986, 5 Profs: Soviet react won't hurt relations By JOSHUA L WEINSTEIN Alligator Staff Writer Despite harsh words and an angry rezc' ion from Moscow, the United States' attack on Tripoli Monday will probably not significantly harm U.S.-Soviet relations, UF professors say. The Soviets labeled Monday's attack "an aggressive criminal action," and canceled a pre-summit meeting. But UF History Associate Professor Robert McMahon said Tuesday he doesn't think Libya is important enough for the Soviet Union to allow it to get in the way of arms talks. "I think it (the Soviet actions) was P.R. -a show of solidarity with the Arab world," he said, adding that the Soviets "share our assessment of Khadafy that he's a crackpot. UF foreign policy expert John Spanier agreed, calling Soviet moves symbolic. He said the Soviets don't intend to support Libya militarily but have to appease the North African country somehow. There's also the possibility, though, that "they may have simply decided that they weren't going to get anything substantive out of the summit," he said. "My own suspicion is the Russians have got to have a summit," Libya from page 1 and Pentagon officials denied any new attack had been mounted. Domestic reaction was largely supportive of Reagan's decision to attack Libya. White House Spokesman Larry Speakes said calls to the White House were running about 80 percent in favor of the attack, and on Capitol Hill lawmakers, with few exceptions, backed the President's decision. But America's enemies around the world -and many of its allies -condemned the attack, calling the military action a violation of international law that will have little impact on terrorism. Soviet Premier Gorbachev canceled a planned meeting between Secretary of State George Shultz and Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze because of the "criminal" attack on Libya. Some NATO allies, including France, Spain, Greece and Italy, also condemned the attack. Arab nations, including Syria and Iran, called for action against the United States and at least two terrorist groups, including one led by Abu Nidal, vowed to attack Americans. Libya attempted to retaliate Tuesday, sending a naval vessel to fire two missles at a U.S. radar station on the Mediterranean island of Lampedusa, south of Sicily. No damage of injuries were reported. In Washington, Coast Guard spokesman Nicholas Sandifer said the two missiles fell into the water and caused no damage to the island or the radar station. Island authorities said the shells landed on a deserted section of the western side of the island, located about 135 miles south of Sicily and 300 miles north of Libya. Italian Prime Minister Bettino Craxi, reporting the Libyan attack When you give to United Way you give to plannedi parenthood of North Central F FIWta Spanier said, explaining it is important to Soviet leaders that its citizens believe the country is trying to work for peace. Political science Professor Rene LeMarchand said the Soviet comments and action are "just a cosmetic move to placate Libya." He said although the Soviets are probably just talking tough, other Arab countries are truly offended by the American attack. For the time being, he said, "nothing much is going to happen ...except for some diplomatic activities." But after that, "Libya, Syria and Iran certainly are going to get together and examine" what they can do. And what they do will have the support of the rest of the Arab world, he said, emphasizing that Arab support of Libya is genuine and firm. Spanier says otherwise. "I don't believe that for a minute -that they're really aggrieved," he said, pointing out that Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy has been hostile with other Arab countries like Chad and Egypt and don't really support Libya. LeMarchand maintains Khadafy is more popular then ever because of the bombing. "Because of America's acts against Libya, Khadafy's status has increased here and abroad," he said. to the Senate, also said the shells caused no damage to the telecommunications facility. A spokesman for Craxi said the Libyan vessel fired its shells from four miles off the coast and then steamed back toward Libya. The apparent target of the attack was a radar station manned by 85 U.S. Coast Guardsmen. The Reagan Administration said the U.S. attack, ordered in retaliation for what the United States charged was Libyan involvement in an April 5 Berlin bombing that killed a U.S. soldier and a Turkish woman, was designed solely to destroy terrorist-related targets. But a tour of Tripoli on Tuesday revealed heavy damage to civilian areas and doctors at Tripoli hospitals reported heavy civilian casualties. Hospital Director Mohammed Muafa said Khadafy's 15-monthold daughter, Hana, was killed when U.S. bombs smashed into Khadafy's headquarters at the Azizzia compound on the outskirts of Tripoli. The girl, adopted by Khadafy and his wife 11 months ago, died of blast injuries 2 1/2 hours after the attack, he said. Two of the Libyan leader's young sons -Sef El Arab, 4, and Camis, 3 -were seriously injured in the attack. They lay on their hospital beds heavily bandaged and receiving blood transfusions and oxygen. Muafa said Sef El Arab had 20 stitches in his face and skull and his lips were so badly swollen by his injuries that he could not talk. Camis' head was wrapped in bandages and he moaned constantly. Doctors described both as seriously injured. At least 15 bodies were seen at the hospital, including those of three young children, and at least two other bodies were seen in other areas of the city. No official casualty count was released Tuesday. About 200 demonstrators from the Indo-Arab Friendship Society protest the American bombing raids against Libya. The protest, held in New Delhi, India, was in front of the U.S. Embassy Tuesday. USSR cancels I. pres-summit MOSCOW -The Kremlin on Tuesday canceled a crucial May meeting between U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz and the Soviet foreign minister because of the U.S. attack on Libya. Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev said the U.S. action had "stamped out" chances for better superpower relations. Shultz and Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze were to meet in mid-May to lay the groundwork for a summer meeting in the United States between President Reagan and Gorbachev. A White House spokesman called the Soviet cancellation "a mistake" and said the United States still expects a summit will take place. The Soviet Union canceled the meeting after a reported emergency-session in the Kremlin after the bombing. Libya is a Middle East ally of the Soviet Union and receives billions of dollars worth of Soviet weaponry. THATCHER DEFENDS TAKEOFF DECISION LONDON -In a tumutulous debate in Parliament, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher defended her decision to allow U.S. bombers to take off on their mission from British bases. Thatcher said,"If one always refuses to take any risks because of the consequences, terrorist governments will win and one can only cringe before them." But one furious parliamentarian denounced President Reagan as Thatcher's "cretinous buddy" and stormed out of the house. Labor opposition leader Neil Kinnock told reporters, "Khadafy this morning, has more friends that he had yesterday, and that's got to be wrong." Britain prepared for possible Libyan reprisals, and security was visibly tighter at London's Heathrow Airport and bases housing U.S. servicemen. Thatcher said the estimated 5,000 Britons still in Libya ladbeen warnedtbeywerethereat their own iisk.' Reaction from page 1 about," Botero said. "If things get really bad, I'd think twice. If they stay the way they are, I don't think there's a problem." Five managers of Gainesville travel agencies agreed that the recent rash of terror and violence in the region has strangled the flow of tourists to Greece, Italy, Egypt and other Mediterranean countries. Diane Gillisan. the manager of An F-111 Bjet takes off at the U.S. Air Force base at Upper Heyford, England, Tuesday in what a spokesman described as being part of a four-day exercise in preparation for NATA's tactical drills in the summer. EARABS MAD, ISRAEL SUPPORTIVE The Israeli government Tuesday unequivocally supported the raid, with Prime Minister Shimon Perez calling ita "self-defensive action." But Saudi Arabia, a country with good relations with the United States, attacked the U.S. action and a radio spokesman said the nation "expresses a deep regret and condemns the attack and methods which contradict acceptable international behavior. We are alongside Libya and any Arab state which is subject to attack." OPEC ministers meeting Tuesday condemned the attack but did not say they are considering an oil embargo. Officials of Yemen and Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Yasser Arafat -both critical of Khadafy -called for an emergency Arab summit meeting to discuss "U.S. agression." Compiledfrom United Press Internalional reports. AAA Travel Agency in Gainesville, said two clients canceled travel plans abroad Tuesday. "Even students aren't traveling. When students aren't traveling you know it's bad because usually students have a little more guts," Gilligan said. The federal government notifies the agencies with travel advisories in the case of extremely risky situations abroad. UF Director of International Studies Patricia Rambo said nothing short of a federal warning would spur cancellations of UF study programs that involve about 150 UF students abroad for summer or fall terms. "Some parents are concerned," Rambo said. But that hasn't affected the number of students signing up for the study programs in foreign universities. Alligator Writer Michelle Busher contributed to this report. OUTWARD BOUND W(jt fltf, /A) =Z-D~ Outward Bound. The experience. took over our FLOR IDA SEA PROG6RAM in the Florida Keys: saliin'e ukic aier and night ,ailing witnining and sokeling ovenighti'solo" Sreef exploration ketch-rigged pulling boats n,aion *co-ed groups Call us, TOLL FREE, at 1-800-341-1744 to sign up NOW! A'* fg p~tisdi. 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6, alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986 0l -Opl The right moves President Reagan had all the right moves -this time. Here's why: E he warned Libya and Col. Moammar Khadafy that sponsorship of terrorism would lead to military reprisal; 0 he waited for absolute proof of Libyan sponsorship of terrorist action; N he informed U.S. allies of the evidence and his intentions; 0 he told the Soviet Union of the evidence, beforehand, and his response as he took it; 0 he hit targets that showed direct linkage to terrorist action and took into account the loss of human life in selecting them; and, E he went public with the information as soon as possible. President Reagan had all the right moves, but subtract any one, and the Libyan bombing would have been a disaster -morally and strategically. That's not to say it may not be still. Time will tell. But despite covering the bases on the Libyan attack, Reagan has shunned other ways to exorcise the specter of international terrorism. And since no one, not even he, is saying this will end the problem of international terrorism -many predict it will worsen it -Reagan needs to use all his options. They are: 0 increasing economic aid to under-developed nations and depriving international terrorism of a base of poverty on which to feed. United States non-military foreign aid is pitifullylow, usually about 1 percent of its gross national product. Under Reagan, foreign aid dollars have been decreasing in number while increasing in the strings attached; N opening more diplomatic channels with Middle Eastern nations, and not just ones that always side with the United States. Our support of Israel should be strong, but we should not use that to preclude other nations from participating in civilized international diplomacy.; N continuing economic sanctions and imploring the help of our allies. The Libyan bombing probably will have a negative impact on this for a time, but efforts should continue; and, 0 striking militarily only under the circumstances of the Libyan bombing. This is no easy problem. It has no easy answers. Perhaps President Reagan should not have attacked Libya until he pursued these alternatives. Perhaps, he helped provoke it by challenging a madman's obscure boundary in the Gulf of Sidra. But, as Reagan told the nation, "self defense is not only our duty, it is our right." S* .Almost It is unfortunate that there is no such thing as a "surgical" air strike. A surgeon's hand cuts out cancerous cells, leaving the healthy to prosper. The surgical air strike on terrorist training compounds Monday night killed a 15-month-old girl, the adopted daughter of Col. Moammar Khadafy, and hit a residential area near the French Embassy in Beirut. Is this a response to terrorism, or terrorism itself? alli gaio r Editor SALLIE HUGHES Managing Editor MARK SOUTHGATE Opinions Editor BONNIE GLAZER Letters Policy Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8 by 10 page) The must bt typed double spaced and signed They must include a typed name address 3nd telephone number Names will be withheld if writers show just cause If you have questions contact opinions editor. at ( WHY THE INHOCEIT. T-oSE BARBARIANS. 7). 4 6lbATo9 U.kresponsible for worldwide terrorism The word "terrorism" is on everyone's lips, with everyone from the president on down talking about fighting Libya because madman Moammar Khadafy was allegedly responsi--n vel ide ble for a recent act of terrorism. I think we should all take a cold, hard look at worldwide terrorism and realize who is most to blame -the good old U.S. of A. As Edward Herman proves in his excellent 1982 book The Real Terror Network, the United States trains and supports Khadafy is a puppet of the Soviets. An actual attack of Lit most of the world's terrorists, while blaming the "evil empire" will brainwash the American public into believing the Hers Russians for doing what we are actually doing. The CIA has Bitburg retaliated against an anti-American madman w been responsible for much of the world's terrorism since the was a Soviet puppet. Very few people will blame Reagan (a end of World War II, causing the murder of 300,000 IndoneGeorge Bush and Vernon Walters) for being the real terror sians from 1965 to 1967, the murder of nearly 40,000 Vietof the Western world. namese civilians in the late 1960s and early 1970s (the head of As Herman points out in The Real Terror Network the C the CIA's "Operation Phoenix" in Vietnam, William Colby, pays many journalists (mainly Robert Moss, Arnaud returned to America in 1973 to become CIA director -scary' Borchgrave, Claire Sterling, and Michael Ledeen) to p isn't it?), the murder of nearly 30,000 Chileans since 1973, "disinformation" linking the Soviets -not the U.S. and many, many more murders, including the heinous killing terrorism. Reader's Digest,a very right-wing magazine, of Chilean exile Orlando Letelier in 1976. printed numerous Sterling articles, including an outrage The head of the CIA in 1976 was Goerge Bush, and the CIA article in the September 1982 Digest claiming the Sovietsa deputy director allegedly involved in the Letelier murder was the Bulgarians plotted the shooting of the Pope (actually, Vernon Walters. Two articles by Saul Landau and John Pope was shot by a Turkish neo-Nazi as part of a right-w Dinges in The Nation suggest Walters and exCIA agents plot). Even liberal magazines such as The New Republic h, Edwin Wilson and Frank Terpil plotted the murder of Leteprinted the lies of Sterling and Ledeen, and very few publi lier.Today, George Bush is vice president of the United States tons print the truth about terrorism. You certainly won't and head of -are you ready for this? -the White House the truth from The Miami Heraldor the Gainesville Sun. Conference on Terrorism. Vernon Walters is ambassador to the United Nations, where he works with the State DepartBut that's the way U.S.-sponsored terrorism works: I ment and the CIA in (1) planning America's terrorist-oriented United States starts an incident, blames it on the Russian foreign policy and (2) supervising a "disinformation" camthe PLO or whomever, then acts in Rambo fashion to save paign in the media to blame the Russians for everything. world from communism. As long as 99 percent of the Am Makes you proud to be an American, doesn't it? can public is brainwashed by Moss, de Borchgrave, Steri The Jan. 22, 1982, Miami Herald reported -on page 18A, and Ledeen, most Americans will never realize how gu so as not to embarrass Mr. Reagan -that the Reagan adminReagan and Bush and Walters are. No wonder most of istration was arming Moammar Khadafy. This story had American public defended Reagan's trip to Bitburg -we,I probably not appeared in any. other Florida newspaper. the SS officer, are the true terrorists. Instead, we get to read dozens of articles describing Khadafy as a "radical" (actually, Khadafy is right-wing, like so many Third World rulers) because the Reagan administration, which controls the media in America, wants to pretend that David Miller is a teacher in Hialeah and aformer UFstud letters Brown doesn't cite violations of rights Editor: Alligator columnist Jenny Brown must suffer from selective amnesia when she writes about Nicaragua. In her editorial column she neglected to mention the numerous Sandinista human rights violations and atrocities. The Nicaraguan Commission of Jurists has documented 8,655 Sandinista political executions, including those of 14 pregnant women. The Sandinistas have, since October 1985, suspended all rights of free expression, public assembly, strikes and the privacy of postal communication. The Catholic Church has also been victimized. Radio Catolica, the Church's official radio, was shut down permanently for not broadcasting the Sandinista New Year's address. The Catholic newsletter Barricade must be submitted for censorship before it is printed. Priests are regularly fingerprinted, photographed and warned against "political content" in their homilies. Sandino, the man whose name the Sandinistas have stolen, is probably turning circles in his grave. Sandino fought for no foreign troops in his country. Today there are more than 7,500 Cubans in Nicaragua and more than 3,000 are military and security personnel. There are also more than 50 Soviets, 75 East Germans and other contingents from the Palestine Liberation Organization, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria and Libya. Jenny Brown must have overlooked these facts. I wish her well in her recovery. Stockton Reeves 4LS Destruction of trees ecologically unsound Editor: The county's decision to destroy hundreds of trees in order to widen County Road NW 30 leaves many unresolved questions. Alachua County's tree ordinance embodies a policy of preserving trees whebya 0 of xho and ists IA de rint to has ous snd the 'ing ave icaget The s or the erling itty the like ent. never possible. Was this policy factored into the County Commission's decision-making? Your article on April 10 reports a neighbor as saying he was glad the trees were coming down so the dusty road could be paved. Yet neither Mr. Simpson (whose trees were at issue) nor anyone else I know of objected to paving it. Why couldn't the road have been paved without clearing away all these trees? County commissioners described the trees as only a few saplings. As your front page picture shows, these trees made a shady arch over much of the 440 yards of road along Simpson's property. Walking the distance, I counted over 100 trees, mainly oaks, a foot or more in diameter at the base. Most would have been between 40 and 80 years old. There were two unusually large Chinaberry trees, just starting to bloom. Had the commissioners really gone out, walked around and looked at these trees? Richard H. Hiers Gainesville 0 nons I IqA rd J.ALIL =AL m

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alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986, 7 IF THE QUIET LIFE ISN'T GONE A Convenient location at reasonable rates. Poolside apartments available for summer. Furnished I &2 bedrooms Olympic size pool Barbecue gas grills Wall to wall carpet a Ceiling Fans 3 minutes to UF Campus Spring -Summer -Fall leases SPRINGTIME A T FREDERICK GARDENS 1130 S W 16th Ave professionally managed 372-7555 E I BASH RIPRACKS 1222 W. University 372-0044 S$1.99 Burritos dine in only not valid with other offer 1. expires 4-23-86 City revises utility transfer By BRAD BUCK Alligator Staff Writer City officials think they have an equitable formula to determine how much in annual utility profits should be put into the city's general fund budget. City commissioners Monday night adopted a utility transfer formula that is based on Gainesville Regional Utilities' ability to pay, rather thank on how much city leaders feel the general fund budget needs to offset certain deficits. Last year, commissioners transferred $8.7 million from utility profits to the general fund budget. Normally, utility transfers constitute about18 percent to 22 percent of the $38 million general fund each year, Mayor-Commissioner Gary Gordon said. But that 4 percent fluctuation is what some city officials want to stabilize. Under the new formula, city officials nest year will be permitted to move no more than $9.1 million from utility profits to the general fund, and no more than $9.8 million in 1988. Utility transfers were a hot topic during the recent City Commission campaign. Former Commissioner Gary Junior, a candidate in this year's election, said city leaders were taking too much money from utility profits and sticking it back into the general fund. Escalation of utility transfers is a way of taxing poorer residents by not raising property taxes, Junior said. Commissioner W.E. "Mac" McEachern said he hopes utility transfers is not a political issue in Gainesville now. "This gives us something that hopefully willsnot allow transfers to become a political football," McEachern said. If city leaders did not transfer any money from utility profits, they would have to increase property .taxes 215 percent to 250 percent, former City Manager George Morgan said. From 1982to 1986, there was no correlation between the utility's ability to pay and the amount of transfer made to general government, said Jerry Warren, assistant general manager of Gainesville Regional Utilities. About 75 percent of publicly owned utilities, such as Gainesville's, have some sort of formula to determine how much money should be transferred from utility profits to general government, Warren said. GRU's transfer to general government is among the highest of comparably sized utilities in Florida and the nation, he said. what's happening Peaceful poetry: The Peoples Organization for Peace Education holds a poetry reading today at noon at the Plaza of the Americas. Human sacrifice: The Gainesville Society of the Archaeological Institute of America presents a slide lecture "Understanding Aztec Human Sacrifice" tonight at 8 in Fine Arts Building B Room 105. Election meeting: The College Democrats will meet tonight at 7:30 in Reitz Union Room 347. Bye bye: The UF English Society meets tonight at 8 at the Orange & Brew. Minority business: The Minority Business Society meets tonight at 7 in the Reitz Union Room 361. Dunk-a-prof: The American Marketing Association will set up a booth to dunk business professors to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Plaza of the Americas. FIRST & MAIN is hosting AN ALL-MALE & DANCE REVUE one of the HOTTEST ALL MALE Dance Revues Gainesville has seen. Consisting of 5 Gorgeous Male Hunks. Followed by a live band! WEDNESDAY the 16th of April 730 p.m. -9:30 p.m.Ladiesonly duringshow7-10p.m.) 0 rrr r o If it r % 11 A.1fi n S St .De)ritm)itrr itr Gr atrit W S 7 4 7 m rb

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By DANA BANKER Alligator Writer TALLAHASSEE -Kurt Vonnegut Jr. pressed his hands to his forehead like a swami on the verge of a profound metaphysical revelation. The crowd was silent. Aspiring writers listened intently, waiting for tie author to tell them how they, too, could write a bestseller. Finally he spoke. "Throw away the first three pages of your story." They laughed, not sure if he was serious. He laughed a bit with them but continued. "You've got to start off exciting -in the middle. Maybe even in the middle of a sentence," he said and chuckled again. "That way the story's already going 80 mph." About 3,200 people listened to Vonnegut's lecture, "How To Get a Job Like Mine," at the TallahasseeLeon County Civic Center. "That's what I've called every speech I ever gave," said the controversial 63-year-old author. "Sometimes I get around to it (telling them), sometimes I don't." Monday night, he managed to get around to a few writing tips and a lot of socio-political commentary. But he was also funny. He kept the audience laughing for two hours. Vonnegut has written over a dozen novels. He first gained national recognition with Slaughterhouse-Five in 1969. His latest work, Galapagoswas released last fall. Several of his books have been best sellers and some have been taught in the classroom. Others have been banned from the classroom, and some, have been burned. "People ask me how I feel about the censorship of my books," he said. "Well, I think censorship is a disease, like Legionnaire's disease, that must be treated and cured." Vonnegut took specific jabs at the Attorney General Ed Meese's commission on pornography. "I simply dip you in filth, take you out of it and wash you off immediately," he said. "But those congressmen have been wallowing in it for weeks. I guess you could call them sewer astronauts." Fighting censorship is not his only cause. Anti-war themes are common in Vonnegut's novels, and he also criticized "war preparers." These people, he said, are addicted to gearing up for war like a drunk is addicted to alcohol and a gambler to placing a bet. But what about getting a job like Vonnegut's? The first thing to remember is that writing is virtually the tiniest industry. The next problem is how to support yourself. "They won't tell you about it, but most writers can write because they inherited a lot of money. That's why we have a lot of literature about Princeton, Andover and what's happening on Wall Street. Poor people don't write too much." But there are other options. "If you didn't inherit money, you can always marry into it, like Mark Twain." Or, you might be lucky enough to get an arts endowment from the government. There's one thing, however, that a successful writer cannot do without -an undying passion for the written word. "Forget the money," Vonnegut said. "Remember the passion." flPu OUR SE SP Golf E& Games l-t--funat EVERY WEDNESDAY Is TOURNAMENTNIGHT $10FF Practice 6:30pm Tournament begins 8:00pmn WEDNESDAY 54 holes of competition NIGHT Entry Fee $5.00TO N E Phone: 37-PUTT TOURNAMENT 3535 SW 34th St. Exp. 4/30/86 MARW MARKERS CAN WORK FOR YOU Mosvy ANtist Color morti'ers hare brood tinylon points. The Art Drector sets feature o line point for desnging. lettering. and sketching Marvy markers are available in sets of 8. 12. 18, 24, 36.48 and 60 waterbased colors. The markers are odorless4 non-toxic, and leakproof. Marvy features the all metal case Set of 8 retail $4.80 now $2.88 Set of 12 retail $7.20 now $4.32 Set of 18 retail $10.80 now $6.48 Set of 24 retail $14.40 now $8.64 Set of 36 retail $21.60 now $12.96 Set of 48 retail $25.90 now $15.54 Set of 60 retail $36.00 now $21.60 0V were buldano our neweenter, join either GaineWville Health and FitnessCenter location, take advantage of our current rates, and your membership time won't begin til our newest center opens. COMING SOONThe Ultimate Fitness Center *26,000 Square Feet e075 Foot Heated Indoor Pool *3500 Square Foot Cushioned Aerobic Room. indoor Racquetball eNursery Nautilus 9 Leverage Machines eTesting Equipment*Lllfecycles Stairmasters eRowing Machines eSteam* Sauna *Whirlpool And More. Join Now CALL TODAY FOrA Free Workout Creekside Mall Thomebrook Village 377-4955 374-4634 For Men and Women For women Only Vonnegut tells how to get a job like his Over 10 AUl YodtCan Eat imported Beers SpaghettiStete TV Meat Sauce Garlic Bread $3.50 5 pmto9 pm Every Wednesday 1702 W. Univ. Ave. Upper level UF Plaza 374-4242 8, alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986

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T HEATRE DON'T V AIT TO BE SEEN! Nnai5Fo ~,d. DON'T WASTE MONEY! DON'T STAND FOR INFERIOR CARETWO T E .R.26 Nrr Rd. DON'T WAIT UNTIL MONDAY! a IFNB Burger McDonalds Oaks Mail King 6E A (A Pic 'N Save Burdine% Ex it Ter willegar School R grE liionaks EMERGENCY MEDICAL Call CENTER 6121 N.W. First Place /378-4357 Gainesville Mazl a 2528 N.W. 13th Street, 371-3724 110100'A 99 INXS Katrina & Waves $ 9 lp or cassMarilyn Martin lip or cass. $8.98 Mfr' sugg. retail Mazarati $9.98 mfr. sugg. retail Alabama (CD) Mr. Mister (CD) Jackson Browne* Art of Noise New Edition (CD) Culture Club Anita Baker Pet Shop Boys The Firm* Elvis Costello Pretty In Pink Heart (CD) ElectricLight Soundtrack* Joe Jackson* Orchestra Sade (CD) Julian Lennon Falco' Bob Seger Prince Aretha Franklin (CD) 'SimpleMinds (CD) Rocky IV (CD) Whitney Swimming Pool O's Rolling Stones (CD) Houston (CD) Wax Barbra Streisand (CD) Freddie Jackson (CD) 'Compact disc coming soon. Please note: compact discs (CD) Compact disc available in stock or through subject to manufacturers' availability special order at Turtle's everyday low prices. Hoi0ymood hottest htS at everyday In rental VCR rates .and u membership or dub fees se r mtals $2.501movie, too ~ 1 night Hundreds of titles in stock! Plus, $9.95 night rent 12 movies and your next $1 .02 nights rental's free! $15 Sale ends Sunday, April 20. No rain Checks, please. 'I I -alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986, 9 County postpones incinerator decision By JIM DI POLA again postponed making a decision. Alligator Writer Seminole Woods resident Pat Logan, who lives Alachua County commissioners Tuesday deferred about one-half mile from the proposed site, said, their decision for the third time to let a local tree "We're concerned because we're fighting for our, surgeon install a large incinerator for tree debris until homes." further research can be done. The Seminole Woods residents' main worry is the In early April, William Gaston III, an agent for .emissions from the plant. Owens-Illinois Inc., asked the commissioners for perDwight Adams, UF physicist and local chapter mission to conduct a wood-chipping and incineration chairman of the Sierra Club, said, "Emission problems operation on a 15-acre lot two-and-a-half miles north (produced by the incinerator) have not been looked at of Gainesville. carefully." Until last October, tree surgeons used the T.D. Kirby Some of the alternatives the commissioners will conlandfill to dispose of their debris. But the county closed sider before making a decision are: the landfill because of code violations. 0 the Sierra Club's proposal to build a compost After residents near the proposed incinerator comfacility where tree debris will decompose naturally; plained about installing the operation close to their U a local inventor's proposal to use the woodchips homes, the commission decided to study the proposal for fuel in converted gasoline engines; and, more closely. M the Gainesville City Commission's proposal to On April 8, the commission decided to postpone its delay a decision until they "explore (other) opportunidecision until Tuesday's meeting when the commission ties regarding a burning facility." Soldiers seen at racist rallies FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (UPI)-with more forthcoming," said Lt. ing that he believes substantial numArmed soldiers and Marines based J.D. Harrell, special operations ofbers of Marines and soliders may be at Fort Bragg and Camp Lejeune ficer with the Fayetteville Police involved. "I can't really put a numhave been photographed participatDepartment. ber on it," he said. ing in rallies conducted by paramiliHarrell said the soldiers and MarArmy and Marine spokesmen said tary hate groups, police and a Klanines were photographed at rallies of they are not investigating because watch group said Tuesday. the White Patriot Party and other military personnel have a constitu"As far as Marines go we've idenparamilitary groups. tional right to participate in the tified five, and as far as soliders go, "That's just the ones we've been activities of white supremacist ortentatively we've identified three, able to identify," said Harrell, addganizations in their off-duty hours. i m

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10, alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986 W alligator classifieds FOR RENT: FURNISHED APPLY NOW FOR FALL * *BRANDYWINE* * 2811 SW Archer Rd 375-1111 4-25-18-1 Apartment -furnished or unfurnished two bedroom,n both Short or long term lease. Three blocks from co nmpus. $275/mo. 3327746/376-1495. 4-25-18-1 OXFORD MANOR sublet M or F to shore 3 bdrm tnhs w/2 prof studs 6/1-8/15, turn, rent $150/mo + util. Willing to negot. Call 3724171 eves, ask for DAn. 4-18-4-1 Female to shore bedroom sum A, B, or C. $140 mth, t; near campus & shops; overlooks klke; pool & laundry facilities; 371-4887. 4-215-1 Sublet For Summer. Furnished spacious 2 bdrm I b close to UF. $185 a month. Call 374-w85. 4-17-3-1 Avoil 5-5, Ige bedroom, partly fturn, washer/dryer, quiet complex, pool, at Casablanca condos. $200 + '/ until. Call 372 8378 onytimel 4-17-3-1 Summer sub Iblk to Arch Bldg, 2 br 1b, $250/month. Ctll 375-9974 or see oLind or Dee at Arch Bldg 320. Keep trying. 4-21-5-1 Responsible, quiet, nonsmk fmtto shore 2 bdrm 2! 6bath house, bike or bus UF, washer/dryer, pool, $200 mo. & / util. 3380317. 4-21-5-1 Female roommate needed. Own room, $100/mon A utl. Summer C. 2 blocks from campus. 213 NW 15th Ter. Stopby or call Liso 377-8300. 4-21-4-1 I CAN'T BELIEVE IT! $168/mo. fturn rm, meols & ul. Georgio Seogle Hall 1002 W. Uttv. Av. Apply now for sum & fall call 376-9179. 4-24-10-1 Start or sublet now, Ig. I bdrm I bth, furn or unf1rn, Iblk to UF. Parksid Apits. $250 mo. (nog) 372-6728 -r 813-876-740. 4-18-8-1 Sublet apt. furnished May-August 15. 2 bd-2 bth. Pinetree Gordens, $379 + ties. 3734535ft.r 4:30p.m 4-21-5-1 IMMEDIATE AND FALL RENTALS WALK TO UF Gtonest Apartmesto 1 bdrm $300 NW 18th St. Gotoold Apt. I bld, 600 NW 4th Ave. Air, carpet & drop furn & unforn, pets arranged,. 371-20 6ANYTIME. 4-21--i SUBLET FOR SUMMER 86, 1 bd near UF, Points West Apt. $350/mt. 372.3126 daytime or 3732612rtite/wkends. Ask about apt. 506.20. 4 1841 Sorority Annex 2 bedroom I o th, I block from campus, 3/, months for 2 months' rent. Call 371.0706. 4-17-3-1 Excellent place to live! 3 Fem for NW 3/1 turn luxury house $150 + deposit + uti. Responsible only call 376-0860. No pet. 416-5-1 Sublet or assume lease sum 86,1 br, close to ittmps, ptl, it tur roft, rettntg. CALL Ant 372-3898 leavm ressag 4165.1 Sublet furnished 2 bdrm/1 bth apartment r summer, 10 min walking distance to campus. $125/m. + '/ util. Call 378-7125. 4-16-5-1 Phoenix duplex: female, friendly, outgoing/own room/furn apt (except bdr). SummerA & B $145 + % util, yard, a/c, etc. 375-25084-16-51 For rent. Very large two bedroom townhouse near campus and shopping. Custom mode canopy waterbed, Gympoc, window blinds, included. $315 per month. 375-2241. 4-16-5-1 5 BLOCKS TO U OF F. Big Room for Serious Studeti. Nn smtok. Walk .U of F. All utilities pd. Washer & phone. $180/mo. 3770020. 5-29-35-1 Female rmt for Sum A in Oxford Manor, own bdrm/own bth, $175/mo + % uld. 373-4351. 4-21-4-1 *8** * 88** 8** Brandywine 2 br/2 bth fully furn, sublet fort May -Aug. $175 tmo. Call Joey t 3769753. 4-22-5-1 SubletSium.C.turn.apt. withown om, near UF, w/central AC, apt near pool, no dep. $125/to + % uti. Point West Apt. 372-3126. 418.31 GREAT DEAL! 2 bed opt sum, opt fall, near Tigert. Pay rent and KEEP our cl tv, liv/din/bed furn, all new. 378-2282. 4-18-3-1 Available May 1st. Sublet 1 bd/1 bth opt at. Windmeadows Pool, laundry rm., cent air, carpet. $355tmo. 375-7151. 4-16-1-1 Ookbrook Condo M/Roommate needed for sum. New furn. Pool, dishwshr, wshr/dryr. Walk to UF. $150/mo. Craig 395. 7698. 4-22-5-1 * * * * * Rocky Point Summer Subloose w/option. 2 bdrm opt -master bdrm. Avoil w/privote both. 377-4239 offer 9 p.m. or leave mssg. 4-18-3-1 OXFORD MNOR Make us on offer we con't refuse on our 3 bdr/3 botht tootnhoooelotuoor tf.Ix ftor u /foll option. Coll anytime.fter 4 p., ask for Scott or Rip we're ready to deal. 371-7907. 4-21~Available May ist, 1 b cottoge, quiet wooded area, nice, privacy, water, gorboge paid, pet ok, $135 mo, 5700 SW 13 St Apt #3. Coll 3751312 or 376-6121. 4-22-5-1 2 br -SW 20th Ave -neorKosh N Korry. Furn o unfurn. Avail May ist. $280/mo. 371-779. 4-22-5-1 ROCKY POINT Must sublet nicely furnished 2 b/2 b apartments for summer C. Reasonabletotl Call 374-8095. 4-18-3-1 For rent 1 bd/1 bth furnished 3 blks south of Normon Hall. Por Fol/Spring optional. $300/mo. + util. 373-2924. 4-25--1i Sublease at Stoneridge for sum (May -Aug) furnished, spacious 1 bdr, Ibth, pool, tennis. Call 371-4782 after 12 noon. 4-25-5-1 NEEDEDI ROOMMATE for a two bedroom, 1 % both, fully furnished townhouse. Only $157.50 a month. No loose required. Caol ofter 10 p.m. 332-5869. 4-18-9-1 Rsp. female needed to share summer sublet w fem. low student. Own mstr b/r w priv. both. Fully furn. Morchwood Inhs. w/d, pool, microwave. $150/mo. nego. 335-0218 late nt. or 372-49671,. mesg. 4-16-5-1 Apartment, $225, otr room, $175, for summer and/or next year. House summer B only. Walkt to UF. Quiet & safe neighborhood. Coll 3784317. 4-16-5-1 MUST sublet 1 bdrm opt. Iblk to Libr. Eost. Only $140/mnth,col Brian 377-1677oeves. 4-16-5-1 Sublease for summer. Bicycle Club furnished bdrm in 3 bdrm opt. $150 a mo. and / utilities. Col 371-7783. 4-16--1 *BRANDYWINE* I or 2 bdrm, 1 both, furn., pool, jocuzzi, subletfor summer. Price negotioble, cll Grant ot 377-2547. 4-17-5-1 Sublet for summer. Fully furn, pool, w/d, microw, dishw, shuttle to UF. Treehouse Village. $130/mo. Call 371-1095, ask for Vic. 4-16-4-1 Sublet For Summer: Fully Furn, Cleon, 2 bdrm., 1 both twn. house. Pool& loundryroom. Very close tocampus. Rent negot. 371-7173. 4-17-51 Sublet for the sumer lo'm a furnished I brI 1 both opt with pool and laundry-close to UF, call 372-4835 days, ask for Rob. A4-16-4-1 SUBLET 5/3 -7/31 -2 lt 1 66 foto pt; pol, uodEy nicea by bs;$310/mooNOSECo neg. Coll 371-1884. 4-17-5-1 *HAWAIIAN VILLAGE* Sublet May -Aug larger w/waterbed in 2 br furn apt, $160/mo + '/% til, NEGO, call Todd 375-7593. 4-16-4-1 2 br 2 b Picodilly apt., close to campus, furnished. Sublet for summer C. Coll 376-6854 anytime. 4-16-4-1 1 br/b luxury condo/3 blocks UF, fully furn/lots of designer extras, 2nd floor security/view of creek, must see/$285 inc wsg, Eric 375-6743. 423--i Spacious furnished apt, 2 bd 2 b, half mile to low school, rent substantially reduced, Cootlot, 34th St nd 2nd Ave, Rob or Dotrryll 371-2294. 4-25-1-1 Summer sublet -2 bedr. 2both townhouse. Need 2 people: $160/mo + A uti. Own bedirm & bothfor each, furn. or unfurn. -3753788. 4-18-5-1 * * * * FEMALE **** * $190 -utilities incl. 1 bik from campus. Summer or foil leases. Own room o7h/dry, microwave ull toble tv, dishwash etc. 375-5458 4-l-5-12 bedroom opt in Stoneridge, share w/3 females. $100/mo + util. Immed. occupancy. Cll collect (813)433-2692aftert 5:00 p. 4-2510-1i Sublet to mole fo May -Aug w/opt lease. Treehost Villoge -fully furn. -o/c, fridge, micro, wsh/dy, bus, pool, $115 + util/mo. 373-4766. 4-17-4-1 Fur or nf 2 *bd*I' Abth 2story twhs, shg cpt fencd p6ch & no yrdwk dshwr, cts UF/on bus ri suort; $310 or foal/sp: $350 * Jockie 377-7105. 4-17-4-1 RENT NEGOTIABLE summer term, Brandywine 2 bed 1 both partially furnished, bus rt, clubhouse, pool. Mole or female, 372-7152 Tom. 4-18-5-1 FOR RENT: UNFURNISHED INCREDIBLE Efficiency Apts Starlg at$19/.oo. 2 BdootmApt 50oo01.got $24/.o. CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE 110 Nw 39th Ave 378-3988 4-25-75-2 CHEAP $149 to $199 studio 4 blks to UF, water paid, pool, University Apts. 411 NW 15 St. 3710769, 375-6173, 376-7166. 4-22-20-2 5 MIN WALK TO SHANDS SUBLET for SUMMER nice1 bdrm Williamsburg, call 373-5953. 4-217-2 Ufurnishod 2 and 3 bhdoom, dishwasher, dopos, loody ooo, pool, otur students, 6900SW 21st Lane, 332-8875, 4-25-652 2 WEEKS FREEII Huge 1 bd walk-in closet, cent. oir, w/w carpets, pantry, spacious grounds, mognificentt oks. Bel Air Apts 636 NW 26 Ave. 373-1459, 375-6173, 371-0769. 4-22-20-2 WOWII 2 BD $249 to $275, WALK TO Ul Univ. Apts. 411 NW 15 St. 371-0769, 375-6173, 3767166. 4-22-20-2 Convenient location, 2 mi from UF, pool, 24.hr laundry, quiet. Preleising 2 ond 3 bar's for foil. *1800BNW 4 St -378-4969 5-13-20-2 SUBLET lor Summr -Gototwoood 2 br/ ba avail. May thru July 31 w/option. $350/o. Call Mark 373-6248. 4-17-5-2 Sublet loft opt, behind Norman Hall, walk to school. $200/mo. 377-2144. 4-16-4-2 One room oportment, V. kitchen, %. both. Located 2 blocks from campus, cross from Eckerd's Plazo. $125/mo + utilities. Call 3958212. 4-17-5-2 1 bdrm towhouse poolsid. Available immediately. Close to UF & night life, w/w carpet, Apt -Aug. Free mo rent, $199.00 mo. Stop by Tues -Sun, 10:00 to 4:30, Landmark Apts, #81. 4-17-5-2 Unfurnished 2 bedroom opts 3 blocks from U of F, available May 1, $260 & $275 per mo. NO pets. 378-8773, 919 8 917A SW 5th Ave. 4-17-52 Cleon, upstairs 1 ($175/mo.) and 2 bedroom ($200/mo.) opts. Available Moy. 30212 NW 7th Terr., and 724 NW 3rd Ave. Call 373-9941. 425-10-2 * * * * * 111 * * * Walk to Sonto Fe CC, 1 BR $245, 2 BR $295, $125 Sec. plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no pots, Sonta Fe TroceApts. 378-1190. 4-25-72-2 Ook Dldo Apt. ooor UP & VA, qitt oo/ crime wototoh o"ighborhood.V BR, 2BR $215$325 plus Sec plus LM. 372-6422. 4-25-72-2 SUBLET 1 .brtownhouse, pool, Archer Rood, new carpet. $250 negotiable. Must see. 3732049or 375-5962. 4-16-9-2 SUBLET POOLSIDE I bdrm $215, near UF. Sunrise Apts. Danny 3713424, office 372-4835. 4-17-10-2 Summer sublet: near UF 2 bd/1/ both poolside twnhse, a-c, dshwsh. Wiliomsburg. 378-4241 oft. 5. 4-17-5-2 2 bedrtm/ both Opt in Mill Run. Avoil. May option for fall. Pool, closet campus, spacious. $330/mo + $200dep. 376-4047. 4-16-4-2 May tee Sobt to A ,g26/i bth wood floot opt, 1hlt to U, pt ok, $320 to + til, 375-1557 after 5 p.m. 4-17-5-2 OXFORD MANOR, nicest in town. I br, new, next to pool, tennis & laundry. May 15 through Aug 15. Rent negotiable -376-1585. 4-21-7-2 Summer subleose-fall option -103 NW 10 St -371-3122 -newly remodeled, I bdrm, $235. 4-17-5-2 Summer sublet 2.bed/1 bath, central heat/air, neartpool/laundry,water pd. One blok from campus, $275. 375-8802. 4-22-7-2 Wood floorsIl 3 blks N of UF, $275 summer, $315 fall, economical gas heat. Air. Univ. Apts. 329 NW 17 St 371-0769, 375-6173, 376-7166. 425-10-2 Compare Ook Park Village's 2 bedroom manufactured homes to other rentals. Great location -three miles from the University, Shonds aid VA -qualifies you for an on-campus parking permit. Quiet, wooded country setting. Laundry facilities on premises. From $360/month. Coll 376-1600.orvisitot 4000 S.W. 47th Street (Archer Rood -SR 24 -6/10 mile west of 1-75). 4-16-1-2 ALMOST NEW 2 br just N of UF. Cent air, dishwasher, Center Court 1210 NW 11 A, $275 summer, $335 foil. 371-0769, 376-7166, 3756173. 4-25-10-2 Phoenix t/h 2 r 1%V. both, $225/mo thru July, avail May 1, 2637 SW 33 Ploce, Unit A. Cal 372-1253, 373-7132after 5:00. 4-18-5-2 Duplexo pt 2 bedroom 1%V both, suitable 2-4 persons, $300/month. Close to campus. Starting in foil. Call Joe, 371-8141. 4-25-10-2 Convenient downtown location, 302 SE 4th Street, great for students. 3br/lbth, $250/mo. Coll 372-6172. 13-32-0-2 WE ARE #1 Betuse we offer you the most for your rental $. *1, 2 & 3 Br. Apts.furn. or unfurn. We'll help you find roommates *TenniscBot, oom, pol &gymt FREE ooss by pofosional in Karate, Aerobics, Tennis & Moth"Ttottg Regency Oaks Apts. 3230 Arer Rd. 378-5766 Country Garden Apts. 2001 S.W. 16th St. 373-4500 4-25-43-2 Fontostic Aportment 3 BR, 2 bth, Regency oks -furniture avail. Sublet summer/option -rent foil. $480/mo. or B.O. Col 372-3455. 423-7-2 Spocious 1 bd in Hawaiian Village, close to campus and shopping, quiet opt in bock overlooking pond. Summer sublet with foil option. Call 375-8442. 4-21-5-2 *HUGE 3 bdr/2 bth opt. Close to Shands, VA, UF. Sum sublet. Quiet orea, pool, laundry room. Call 376-8941. What a Borgoinli 4-21-51 block from Low School. 2 BR ooil. in 4 BR I both house. 1/$90, 1/$120. Must stay thru Aug. 338-0534. 4-25-9-2 2 BR Country Village apt for rent May -Aug w option for fall, close to ompus. Call 377-7101. 4-21-5-2 SUMMER AND FALL I and 2 bedrooms available * *BRANDYWINE* * 2811 SW Archer Rd. 375-1111 4-25-9-2 FREE RENT & MICROWAVE 2 br/1 b, rent for summer term w/foil option. Many extras & advontagesil Call for details. 332-2637 or 37B-2210. 4-21-5-2 SUMMER SUBLEASE w/option. 1 br, pool, laundry, near UF, Shands, Mt. Vernon Apts. Avail now-Aug. 376-1807 anytime. I will pay up to $30011 4-21-5-2 Contemporary bedroom 1 both townhouse near Oaks Mall, only 1 V. years old. Available May tst, must rent -will bargain. Call 3768107. 4-16-7-2 2 Br 1Bo Apt. Lorge rooms, quiet, shody SW areo. Avoil. May or Aug. $330 mo. 374-8276. No smkrs ot pets. 4-18-7-2 Sum sbt w/foil opt. Only $235/mo for 1 bdrm -easily accomodates 2. May free. Many extras, negot or free! 374-4216, onytimell 4-16-5-2 Mole SUBLET SUMMER 1 bedroom/own both of 2 bed/2% 2bathtownhouse in Rocky Point Apts. $130/mo, call Ali 377-4464. 4-16-5-2 Spacious 2 br 1 / both townhouse, sublease $295/mo thru July 31, fall $325/mo. Avail. end o 2April. 392-7380 or 375-4451. SWarea. 4-165-2 Apt. to sublet over summer. Four bedroom townhouse with pool, tennis, and r-boll. $118 per month + '/% utilities. 332-8784. 4-16-5-2 OXFORD MANOR SUMMER SUBLET LOW $ 3/bd, 3/th. Unrnished. Option to lease. 371-7082. 4-18-7-2 1 block from U.F.i! 3 bedroom, 1 both house w/fireploce, central air, all appliances, avail May 6. Barry Boumstein, Realtor 373-7557. 421-10-2 DAILY CROSS ACROSS 1 Iowa college town 5 "Do others." 9 Shoreline guardians: Abbr. 13 Succor 14 Flawless: Abbr. 15 Dome-shaped dwelling 16 On the bounding main 17 Undiluted 18 Hurled 19 Farmhouse feature 21 Ancient stringed instruments 22 Operate 23 Fisherman 25 Ensign: Abbr. 27 Kind of resource 31 Fill 36 Before gram or graph 37 Rural structures 38 UK country 39 -voce 40 Lake Indian 41 In trouble 43 Street light of old 45 Coach's asst. 46 Computer need 48 Mea 52 Program part 55 Small motorboats 58 Copland ballet score 59 Supporters 60 Demo follower 61 Fantail 62 Like some telecasts 63 Look over 64 Gloamings 65 Oklahoma city 66 Clairvoyant DOWN 1 Jezebel's husband 2 Tablelands 3 Place in office Edited by Tru 4 Uttered, of old 5 Place to find a 15 Across 6 --do-well 7 Slight amount 8 "In the Still 9 Innuendo 10 Relative of 9 Down 11 Ice-cream treat 12 Stirs, of old 15 Cay or key 20 Little brothers, at times 24 Take a runout powder 26 "When the -falls." 28 Sound of the surf 29 Put up 30 Take a peek 31 "your pardon" 32 Scarlett's home 33 Tripled: Prefix 34 Jokes of a sort 35 X-ray expert: Abbr. Sublet 1 br townhouse, pool, Archer Road. Not carpet. $250 negotioble. Most see. 3732049 o 375-5962. 4-21-9-2 Townhouse sublet for 2 months. 2 bedrooms, 1 V both, 5 min to compus, pool, $375a month. Fr further information, please call 373-5271. 4-16-5-2 Summer subloose w/foil option, 1-bdrm opt. 3 blocks from UF. Separate living, dining rooms & kitchen, hardwood floors. $210/mo. Coll 373-5731 or376-9504. 4-16-10-2 SUBLET 2 br opt near UF in SW area May -Avg, opt. fall, $260/mo. Please call Greg or Bruce at 378-4792 eve. best. 4-16-5-2 Summer sublet -foil option, spacious 1 bdrm apt., pool. Close to UF/Low. Comelot Apts. Avoiloble May 4th. Rent negot. Col 378-9148. 4-23-10-2 SUMMER/FALL. Like new 2 BR in Tomblin Creek Forest, cent oir/ht, (huge kitchen). 3 blks to U & hosp. 375-7138, very ngtbl. 4-16-5-2 A brand new 3 br/2 b opt. 4 blocks to UF, available Aug. Free microwave per opt. W/1 yr. lease if signed by 6/1/86. $600/mo. + deposit. Nodogs. 373-9941. 4-25-12-2 SUBLET 2 bdrm opt starting May 1. August rent free. Unfurnished, call 377-6026 evening. Two -blocks from campus. 4-18-7-2 WALKTO UFll Efficiency opt $149osummer, $199 fall, 1222 NW 8 A, 371-0769, 375-6173, 3767166. 4-22-5-2 $115 including utilities. Own root in9 rm 2bth rm house. 4 biks n of UF. Univ Apts. 411 NW 15 -St. 371-0769, 376-7166, 375-6173. 4-22-5-2 Lost month free/sublease for summer C/1 br/1 bth/$235/month/371-7286. 4-22-5-2 DESPERATE will negotiate summer sublet, Pinetree Gardens, 2 bdrm 2 bath, call immediately, 335-0329 if no answer leave a message. 4-22-5-2 $150./mo 1 bdrm 1 bth Summer sublet w/option for fall. Call 3766720, ask for Lennie. 5-29-15-2 SUBLET FOR SUMMER $200 mo 2 bed 1 ba, con renew for fall. Call 376-6720, ask for Suson. 5-29-15-2 Sublet one bedroom apartment -3 months rent left -$150 month -walk to SFCC laundry and pool -Call 375-5818. 4-22-5-2 WORD PUZZLE de Michel Jaffe 39 Use elbow50 Political ploy grease 51 "of Two 41 Ref's relative .Cities" 42 Boxed 52 Gaelic 44 Actress 53 Cast a ballot Susan -54 Paradise 47 Piedmont's 56 -Sad, capital Yugoslavia 49 Train movers, 57 Young or old for short follower ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: EITICIS 1 UC S NA CIOIL T AIDIA N 0 EIE1L 0 R EIL E SIOIL I 0 AWEIE N 0 VIO E HIOIT T ENTIOIT S EIUIGIEIN I E 0T RA S A L L111EE M IM AQLILS S E AIS 0 N E W YHEIE C I NICN AISIR E D MA A 0 ANN E E T A N ZA H I R E N 0 R S N C 0 ND 0 A R TEMI S 0 R 0 1 T I N NATL R A I N NE E E N CA A A LE RN A S E N SSE STi 41/86 1 2 3 4 5 8 9 1 1 1 r3-19 110 1 11 135--1 37 -1 40 --1 "1986 Los Angeles Times Syndicate p I 4/16/86 0

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alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986, 11 __ alligator classifieds THE INSTITUTION GMg("y() 19LAPID -m gw~isfgAFaflu o *XK AfilEf O V S \ t W1 66 ERM 6 iiflt A6A4sr WAN N rc H-6-W .! r IS Rim-u by Steve Riehm -fw g3a 'w ---" YOU Take over May st, own room in 3 bdm apt, furn., $195 + util, tennis, racquetball, pool. Call Dave 332-2719anytime. 4-17-6-3 SE Reemmae.needed frtSumtmer C. OWN ROOM it 2 be Apt. I block from U .F. $158/me Cell 376-2788 keep gtryingi 4-16-5-3 Summer sublet, option to renew, Oak Forest, female, own room, w/d, $160.00 mo. + 1s until. Call 371-0786. 4-17-6-3 Summer sublet w/option for fall lease. Nice apt only$280 mo. 2 br 1 ba off of 2Bth Ave about 4 blcks from Swenon's. Cll 377-6397. 4-22-5-2 HOUSE FOR RENT 2 bdr/1 beth, 4 blocks from campus, wooden floors, AC, only $320/mo. Nego. 371-2446, 1618 NW 4th Ave. 4-18-3-2 Sublet: 2 bed 1%t both split-level townhouse. Only $335, 2 miles from tUF campus. Brand new. Cll 335-0348 after 7 p.m. 4-22-5-2 For sublet, available May 9, 3 bedroom/3 bath/2 stories, near campus in Oxford Manor. Movingdate negotiable? 377-5341. 4-22-5-2 Great epil Close to campus, 2 b/1 both for cnly $325/month; available May. Must Seell Cll 371-8495. 4-22-5-2 *8* Summer Sublease Oxford Manor. Spacious 3 bd/3 both apt near entrance, by pool/lundry facilities. 378-1655. 4-22-3-2 Looki Sublet for summer -Hawaiian Village 1 bdrm/ both -near UF. May lst -August 31st/August rent free, $220/mo. Charlie 3776180 neg. 4-22-5-2 Sublet 4 summer otredce drent, eg $380/u pay $330 4 a poolside 2 br/2 ba -5 min to Shands, rec room, bbq area, quiet, big. 3776362. 4-22-5-2 *OXFORD MANOR * Brand new 3 bedroom Townhouse for Sublease -Rent negotiable. Fall option. Cll 377-0247. 4-22-5-2 Shared room $80 per month or 2-bedroom apt $290 per month. Located mtt Sunby, 1mile from campus. 375-3826, ask for Ming or Zorun. 4-22-5-2 ROOMMATES WALK ONE BLOCK UF. Male upper division grad student. Private entrance, bth, refrigerator, $125-155/373-9609, 376-6652, 378-8122. 4-2518-3 OAKBROOK SUMMER CONDOMINIUM RENTAL 2 bedroom*2 bth-walking distance to campusemicrowaveedishwasheretr. compactreDisposalewasher/dryer 1228-A SW 16th Ae. 375-4245371-2109. 4-25-18-3 Sublet for summer, female mttt. needed for own room in beautiful 2 bdrm/2 bth Windmeadows Apt. $185/mo + % Autil, call 3750528. 4-21 -4-3 Need a nonsmoking female to live in 3 bed-2 beth apt. $155/month. By Albertson's. 3725249 (summer). 4-18-3-3 M/F nonsmoking needed for summer. Own room and beth in furn. 2 bdrm apt. Behind Shands/VA. Call 371-8185. 4-22-5-3 1-2 Ftm needed to sublease spacious, furnished townhouse for summer C.Close t campus & Shands. $108.75 + %A util. Call 371-624 ASAP. 4-22-5-3 VCR & MICROWAVE, fm rmt for summer, own rm in tfurn 2 br 1 bth twnhs, $150/mo %utilI, pets ok, call anytime 376-7439. 4-22-5-3 1 need a roommatel Fall to share a condo own room and both $200/month or share $110/etch, firepic, near pool, quiet, spacious. 377-4889. 4-22-5-3 Sublet my room in 3-bedroom house. Close to UF, shopping. Carpeted, spacious. Cell 3786193 to see. Desperatlel $150 a month. 4-21-5-3 Female grad student'professional to share 2 br 2 b apt thru summer $155 + t utilities. Keep trying, 371-4220, late at night okay. 4-22-5-3 GREAT DEAL NEED 2 ROOMMATES $125MO. FURNISHED VIZCAYA APTS 376-7006. 4-22-5-3 STUDENTS! $7.00 Haircuts Every Wednesday 373-4680 Ideal conditions for male n-smk own rm int house near UF track, lund fecil,a/c, lots of extras. 10O/mo + % 4ueils; call 377-7380. 417-2-3 OWN ROOM in 3 br/i bo house, one or two rmmts needed for summer/fall, $130/mo./util; close to UF, pets ok, call 373-1721 after 5 p.m. 4-22-5-3 F/roommate wanted in beautiful mobile home, 2 rooms $120, $140. Washer/dryer, 2 miles UF/Shends. Desperate, please call 3776130. 4-22-5-3 ROOMMATE NEEDED for summer, male or female, 5 min. from UF, furnished, $120 per month + half utilities. Call 374-6798. 4-22-5-3 MALE WALK 2 BLOCKS UF, upper division grad student RESERVE NOW FOR SUMMER and 198687. $125-155 includes utilities. 378-8122, 3739669, 376-6652. 4-25-18-3 FemaleNonsmoking roommate needed to share spacious 2 bed/2 beth apartment. Point West Apts. Pool, laundry room. Call 373-068. 4-17-4-3 Roommate for May. Nice 3/2 house in N.W. Big yard, nice clean house, $140.00 + cutil. Larry 378-6615. 4-16-5-3 Own bed and both in huge, well furnished 2 bed 2 beth apt. in Oak Forest. Close to campus, no hassle move in, no deposit, $215 per month and t until. Stay summer w/option fr fall. 3783007. 4-22-5-3 ROOMMATE NEEDED I must rent my room. Excellent summerplace. Reel itvey2 eg. Call 378-6173. Leave mettege. 4-22-5-3 FOR FALL 1 or 2 female nonsmokers) needed. Vizcayatopts. Call 371-3735. You get the msterl 4-25-8-3 FEMALE FOR FALL/SPRING Share ig. bdrm in 2/1 Vizcayat pt. Nonsmoker. Only $110/mo + utl. Call 371-0896. 4-22-53 OXFORD MANOR own rm/ba for serious student in new pttsummer&/or fall. '/ rent & utli. Call Glenn 332-1387. Nonsm only. 4-25-83 SUBLET for Summer: nonsmoking, studious F wanted to share 2 br, 2 bothapt. Own room & bth for only $140/m. 1 mile from campus, Hawetiian Village. 378-2182. 4-25-8-3 Femaleeroommate as of summer B. Own room, 2 bdr 1i both. Furn townhse, pool. $175/mo + /% utl. Walk UF. (305)764-8858. 508 Cocnute Isle, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301. 5-29-7-3 Female roommate as of summer B. Own room. 2 bdr 1%'A both. Furn. townhse, pool. $175/mo + % ul. Walk UF. 378-5596. 4-18-3-3 M/F to sublet apt for summer. $100/mo + '% utilities. Own room, pool & tennis. Windmeadows. 376-4064. 4-25-8-3 M/F Roommate for summer w/option for fall $157/month t cul. Phone 375-1198. 4-18-3-3 This is greatly GWF needed to sublet room for summer, 2 br opt 1 block from UF. $135 mo / utl. Call Dinte 373-0131. 4-22-5-3 Summer Roommate Wanted M/F, well furnished apt. Regency Oaks, private bed & beth, $130 + 'A utl. Weterbed. Cell Jim/Adrienne 377-674. 4-18-3-3 Fun, sun, and NO DEPOSTSi F to share nice 2/2/2 twnhse in Mill Run. $112 mtn + % until. Pool, laundry, close to UF -375-7281. 4-22-53 Females preferred, own room in beautiful 3 br house 4 bilks from UF, $160 + Vt utilities, days 375-8120, eve 376-9637. 4-18-9-3 M/F roommate needed for FALL, 2 b 2 b Picadilly ept. Clean, non-smoking preferred. Furnished except for br. Cell 376-6854. 4-18-4-3 Non-smoker to share 2 bdrm mobile home, central AC. Great location. $130/month + 'A utilities. 378-1235. 4-21-5-3 New Casablanca condo (2 BR). Need 1 or 2 Females flr Summer A, B, or C. ($195/person) Pool in complex. Call mel 373-8484. 4-21-5-3 Fml nonsmk share home with 2 studentsIl blk fro cempti. $150 plus1/ utilities. 371-2569. 4-21 -5-3 Roommate needed for summer, own room w/beth in 4 bdrm NE home, $155 + 'A clil. 2 mi from UF, microwave, washer, byduckpond. 378-6817. 4-21-5-3 H F ee your own room in a quiet rea for the whole summer. Non-smoking female preferred. $135 + / utl. Call 377-7911, keep trying. 4-18-4-3 N/S F to share 2 bdrm SW apt. $135/m + util. Micro, w/d, nicely furnished. Boyfriend welcome. Call 332-9689. 4-18-4-3 *Gotorw od* summer roommate, own furnished bedroom, female, non-smoker gred or prof pref, $125.00 + Autilities. 373-7276 eve. 4-16-2-3 Summer sublet, Hawaiian Villegel Own room, 2 story townhouse. Poolside, furnished, wash/dry, a/c. $145/mo. + 1 utl. 371-4737. 4-21-5-3 Oxford Manor summer sublet. 1 or 2 fem. for master bdrm and own bth. Rent very negotiable. Call 372-8B66. 4-17-3-3 i need a roommate for fall & want to move in The Pines. If you ore a male & need a rmt there or want to get an apt there, please contact me at 377-0470. Ask for Jon. 4-17-3-3 Female, non-smoker, for 2 BR/2 Bth SW twnhouse; $150 + '/ utilities (available May 10 -sooner upon request). Call 378-2598. 4-215-3 Female nonsmkg rmmt wanted to share luxury 2 bdrm townhouse In beautiful Mill Run, starting Sum. A. Fully furn, many extras. 371-9395. 4-21-5-3 Own room in 3 bdr house, fireplace, washer/dryer, microwave, trampoline, nice yard, bike to UF. $130.00, call 372-5298. 4-184-3 F rmmt for own br Abth In Cntr Grdns, 2 blks fr Shands. Smmr and/or Fall. 371-3797 or 373450,re E-7. 4-21-5-3 IN THE PINES -rmte needed M/F, 3 bdrm twnhse --$130 mo + A utii -nonsmoker, responsible person -378-1711. 4-23-6-3 * OAK FOREST * Roommateneeded for fall. Furnished 2 bdrm 1 'A both townhouse, $200/mo, one mo free. Call Scott, 371-9647. 418--3 FALL ROOMMATE wanted: responsible n/s F flr 2 bdrm apt 3 blocks from campus. $185/mo + %/ utilities. Call Lisa 371-7215. 4-21-5-3 SUMMER C Male roommate needed at luxurious Bradywine epts. Pool, wt. rm., jecezzi. Fully furnished. $150/mo + A utl. Call 371-6684. 4-21-5-3 F/M own rm in 3 bdrm hse in NE duckpond area. $133 + A utl. Cell 373-5064 John or Andrea, otherwise leave esg. 4-18-4-3 Fun/studious rmmteneeded for fall $190 mo. I person, $120 mo for 2. Ok Forest, mst br, own beth, wash/dry. 375-6286. 4-21-5-3 Maheelous Dahlingsl Grad or professional to share 4 bdrm 3 bth NW home. Free (l'm a kidder). Just $132.50 + 'A utis. Call 376-2701 to learn about many extras. 4-21-5-3 Sum sub w/opt. Killer huge bdr w/beth and patio. Apt has all mod luxuries, partying but studious rmmts, best offer call 332-6153. 4-185-3 Fm rmttneeded own rm w/bth,iluxurious house, good rms. -tComp. furnished**rent $175/mo + Autil. 338-1328or 378-1114. 4-21-4-3 Sparrow Townhouse, largeturn rooms in a quiet area. Complete with large pool, clubhouse, tennis, and racquetball. Male n/s $135/mo. 332-0451. 4-22-5-3 * OAK FOREST * Own rm in a two brmt nhs from My-J, rent neg. Call 371-1053. 4-18-3-3 Female for mastertbedroom and own beth. Summer A only or longer. Nice people. Rent negotiable. Call Barbara 377-7857. 4-22-5-3 WALK TO CAMPUS need nonsmkg m/f rmmt for summer to rent own bdrm in 2 bd house just 3 blks frm libraries. $135 m + 'A utl. Call 3772517. 4-18-3-3 For Summer C w/option for fall. Sublet mstr bdrm in beautifully furnished Rocky Pt. townhouse. $150/mo + 'A utl. 373-2784. 417-5-3 Subelet oretete, bedtet & bth it e 2 bed/2 bth ept, Femtle.,Furnshed $175/monthb+ 'A clil by the Oaks, 335-1291, Jean. 4-24-10-3 Best deal in townI Only $100 a month for your own room in a large 4 br house. In the N.W. area. Call Alan 374-4254. 4-16-4-3 HAVE IT YOUR WAYI 1-2 roommates Summer A, B, or C *Ride bike mi. to campus e4Nice apt. with pool e Own bed & beth -$170/m. ownbed & share both -$150/mo e6Sharebed & both -$105/mo Cell and negotiate: 395-8227 or395-8235. 4-17-5-3 Need mle roommate flr fall. $112 + 'A cil. Gatorwood. Non-smoking, non-greek. Leundy, b-bell, excellent view of the poll Cll 375-7203. 4-16-4-3 $99 mo + 'A util for summer M/F own br in lutury teehosce, bee Pel, cqbl, bktb, end xncour n earOase1indbs. 332-2416. 4-17-5-3 IN THE PINES M/F own bdrm in 3 brm twnhsee lor summerA, $200 + % uis, 372-370 4-175-3 Female roommate, professional or greed student, lovely 3/2 home in good neighborhood. $140/mo & split utl. 373-4656 after 9:00 p.m. 4-17-5-3 Summer rmmt wanted (Fall opt.), own room in furn. duplex 2 bitks from campus. $140/mo + / utl. A must see. Call Sara 372-0439. 4-16-43 $99/mo + 'util. tm non-smoke rmmis needed. Sublet summer/option fall. 2 bd/2 bth fturn, micro, poolside, Regency Oaks. 3778914/376-4790. 4-18-11-3 Fun-loving female for own rm in 2 bdr apt Prime location. Across 13th St., behind Leonardcos on Univ. Av. Cute, unfurn. $162/mo. 377-9748. 4-17-5-3 Mature, professional non-smoke for 3 bd/2 % bth condo, close to UF & Shands, wash/dry, microwave, etc. $165/mo + 'A util. 377-5535 after 9. 4-25-11-3 RoommateeWanted,lfurnished room in 2 bdrme opt. $150 + % .Across from V.A. Hospital. No deposit. Available now. 378-5056. 4-17-5-3 MAYFREE -NO DEP. Sum. fem. rmt.for owneurn. brm in turn. 2 brm apt. 'A utilities, $150/mo. 5 min. bike to UF. 371-9180. 4-17-5-3 F/roomm te needed. Nice, spacious townhouse, furnished. Summer A, B. Call 3714932, close to campus. Mt Vernon Apts. 4-16-43 Fall 86/87 mle roommate wanted I go in on 2 bd pt. Prefer semi-studious, clean, outgoing person. Call Kane373-1163. 4-17-5-3 Roommate w nted for summer STONERIDGE Apartments, May thru August, rent negotiable, t 2utl. Call 374-4195. 4-17-5-3 Jr, Sr, Grad Students -avi now -pri.efurn. rooms, close campus -share house or 2 b apt. Reasonable, queit, NO PETS -Ph. 4812166. 4-16-4-3 Non-smoking female rmmt wanted for summer only. (May -Aug) Lg. 2 br/2 both fturn apt, Windmeadows. Rent negot. 374-8348 fl. 6:30 p.m. 4-17-3-3 Share country home -4 br/3 bth, pool, a/c, w/d, many extras. 1 %' acres, 3 miles to UF. $150-185 + ulil. No lease. David 378-9624. 425-12-3 Summer A fm/ns own room w/bth in new urn condo, wash/dry, pool, & much more. Call Allison 395-9465. 4-16-5-3 2 F/M rmmts to share luxury 3 br apt in Bicycle Club. Fully furnished (except bdrms), close to UF, pool, tennis, etc. Great place. Avail July/Aug for fall $180/mo + 'Auti. Call Billeat 375-0944 or 392-9217. 4-16-5-3 Roommate needed to share room, May -Aug, at Point West Aps, pool, cent. air, fully furn. $115 mt + A Auii. Call 371-1977. 4-16-5-3 Nonsmoker, apt close to school, pool, $100 month + 'A utilities. Call 375-4198 or 3752366. 4-16-5-3 Get a an, Picedilly Apts, tbefm, overlooking pool, sublease May 1 -Aug 15. Call before gone, 373-7231. 4-16-5-3 it's a superdeall Summ sublet, own rm M or F, 2 bd/1 both, SW area, fully urn. Pets welcome. $100 + V utl. 372-3135. 4-16-5-3 In Oxford Manor, mle roommate needed, private room, private beth, rent $149 mo, utii emo starting May 1 -Aug 15, beyond. Call Gegg 377-9612. 4-16-5-3 Noedeposits and lasts month rent free. M/F n smoker roommate needed ASAP for own room in Mill Run, with fall option, completely furnished and all amenities, $175 month. Call effer 6 373-8025. 4-16-5-3 Rm for own rm & bolh -nice 3bedrm condo close to campus, furn rI w/waterbed. $100 + % ut. Call Nyle 335-0284. 4-23-10-3 Luxurious Lakewood Villas, rmmt needed Mayp 1. Well furn. 3 bdrm apt -pool, sune, tennis, in lovely woodederee. $18/m. Sue 335-1565. 4-16-5-3 Large, specious 3 bdrem/2 bh condo needs 2 professional or grad students, saety extras, Tower Rd. $185/mo + % til. Call Scott 3734.98. 4-16-5-3 Summer roommate to share nice 2 bdrm apt w/mle ged stud. A/C, mcrwv, balcony w/gr vw. Pool, rktbl, lake. Walk to UF. $150mt + 'A elec. 376-361. 4-16-5-3 A beautiful home 6 blocks to UF. Newly remodeled inside and out. Shre % utilities. No pets. Call 373-9941. 1430 NW 6th Place. 425-12-3 Need I or 2,femles to sublet Summer C. Furnished condo with w/d, microwave, waterbed. Price negotieble. Call 371-2584. 416-5-3 Fm rmt needed, master bedroom in 4 bdrm 2' beth townhouse. Pool, tennis, racquetball. $145/mo. neg. + cli. Call 332-2582. 4-175-3 For Summer C w/option for fall. Sublet mstr bdrm in beautifully furnished Rocky Pt. townhouse. $150/mo + A ulilittes. 4-17-5-3 Non-Smoke Rmmt Needed for Summer in 2 BR/ BA apt in Phoenix ApIs. $150/mo + 1/2 utl., have micro & VCR. Call DSve at 374-4480. Please leave mssg. 4-17-5-3 For summer, roommate for SW area duplex, quiet area, own bedroom, $150 mo & % tilities, no deposit. Ph. 332-7934. 4-17-5-3 Male sublet summer A, B or C at Treehouse Village. 2 bdr, own washer, dryer, plus pool and bus and central ac, uli. $165 mo. Doug 375-0932. 4-17-5-3 $130/mo female roommate wanted for summer w/fll option. Own room in new townhouse,2br,6 A beth. Pri. furn. Pets ok. Ph 335-1266. 4-16-4-3 Mature, Responsible person to share 2 bedroom furnished house, across from Norman Hall $125./mon. + utilities. Call Jm 373-4235. 422-7-3 Roommate needed for own rm and bethrm, half mile to Lew School, Camelot Apt, 34 St and 2nd Ave for summer, 371-2294, regular $237, now $150. 4-25-10-3 CHEAPER. $120/mnth, no lease. Male, sem studious roommate wanted for summer. %/t etl, free cable. Call 373-7740. 4-18-5-3 Available for summer. No deposit. No lst month needdl 2 brms in spacious 4 betm house, ac, micro, d.washer, Ig fenced yd. $130 mo. % ,utilites. 371-9431. 4-17-4-3 SMOKER OK F own b in 2 br 1 % both IN THE PINES, 2 pools, tennis, much more. Rent $200 neg. Available May 1. Call 372-6799. Lee message. 4-18-5-3 Feminist woman needs nonsmkr female to share 3/2 house with wshr/dryr, no lease, $250/mo utilities included. 378-5561 eves. 417-4-3 Sublet for summer, own room in BEAUTIFUL Lakewood Villas. Next to pool, tennis cs, wt rm. $150/200 mo + ut. 378-9071. 4-18-5-3 Fm. own room in niceefurn. 3b. 2bth. apt. $150/mo. Call 376-0308 and please leave message. Summer and fall. 4-18-5-3 *e*Sublet very chep* rmmt for summer C. Tennis, pool, cable, $100/m. + 'A util. Rent very negotiable, Windmeedows Apts. Pam 371-6856. 4-18-4-3 OXFORD MANOR SUMMER sublet. Need F, nonsm for ig bdrm, w/own bath (urn or unf) ir 3 b/3 be furn apt across from pool and laundry, $150/mo + % utl. Call 376-3354. 4-16-3-3 Fall/Sp F rm 2 btr* I%'Abthb* 2 story twnhs furn dshws feecd ptio cls UF on bus rts I co-op in Sp, pay $175 while I'm absent & enjoy 2 br townhs Rnt: $175 ***** 377-7105. 4-17-4-3 ROOMMATE NEEDEDI M/F own room and beth in 3/2 house, $150/month + 'uts.,need by May 1, puppies ok, clean, depend. 338-0520. 418-5-3 Own room in S.W. 2 bd 1 beth apt, central heet/tir, microwave, vcr, cable. $150/mo + Vt utilities. Call 371-2450. 4-18-5-3 Mature rmmt, sum/c or J & Jy. Must beneat, nosmk, live w/grtd stud. Own rm in p/furn twnhse, bike UF, pool, $165 mo + 'A ut, ofl 5, 371-9157. 4-25-10-3 SUMMER ROOMMATE WANTED to share charming mobile home located 2 miles from campus. Washer, dryer, cable,a/c, carport, & much more. $112 & '% utilities per month. If iterested call 395-7011. 4-25-5-3 Roommate wanted fr own room in 2 bedroom 1 both close to campus, $150/month plus 'A utilities. Call Joe 371-8141. 4-25-10-3 F serious nonsmkr to share 2 berIbth Phoenix apt, furnished, wshr/dryr, $165/mo A utilities for summer. Cell Bth 371-2459 after 8 p.m. 418-5-3 $85/mo + util. Summer B -'fall option. Close to UF. Pool, cable, A/C, Village Prk. Leave message -376-8592. 4-18-5-3 Nonsmoker -unfurn. room in 3/2 lake view, I hobo" luxury -microwave, cent air, wash/dry, fireplace. No pet, $130 + share utilities. 3763988. 4-25-10-3 Female wanted, own room, only $120/mo. Towne Prc, pets ok, MUST SUBLETI Connience store nearby, 395-7663/395-7646. 418-5-3 F roommate needed for summer rental of luxurious Oakbrook condo. Directly behind Joe's 13th. Call 375-4541. Ask for Riehm's unitl. 4-25-10-3

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REAL ESTATE Medical/Professionel Office condo unit sole/lease eqip/furn, exc. Tmpe loc. 945 s/f Reos. call Dr. Szejat813-962-8514. 4-22-15-4 DOWNTOWN. BE A PART OF IT Aprtmenhs, condos, small shops arralablel for fall occupancy. Call 372-6172. 13-32-0-4 GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair). Also delinquent tax property. Call 005-687-6000 Ext. GH-9486 for information. 7-8-35-4 NICE 2 br 2 '/ both condo, cent heat & air, wcsher/dryer, pool. Close to UF & Oaks Moll. Call Steve 0f373-0961, keep trying. 4-21-5-4 Mobile Home, 2 bdm, central air & heat, ceiling fats, porch & shed. Excellent condition. Mustsel, $4,500. 372-9686. 4-21-5-4 Graduate must sell! 1984 14x52 mh. Furnished, near UF, centrl ac/heat, excellenttcondition, $12,000. 371-9730 or 335-1390. 4-16-5-4 '75 mobile home, 2 br/ b, close to UF, 12x52, shed, porch, partial furn, carpet, a/heat, very clean, $5300. 373-4735. See C Velleyiew #26B. 4-16-5-4 48x24 '83 Commodore D/W 3 b-2 fb, walk-in closets, fireplace, ce. het/air, $500 & take over pay. Must be moved, call 472-4301 eve 4-18-5-4 Why rent when you can own your own brand new manufactured home at Oak Park Village from $153 a month plus loti Two and three bedroom spocioas floor plans to choose from. Compare our quality features and our convenient location. Three miles from the University of Florida, Shands and VA-qualifies for aon on-campus parking permit. Quiet, wooded country setting of stately oaks bordered by Lake Knaphe. Ask about our affordble financing plans. Lot rentals from $110/month, including water and sewer. Call 376-1600 or visit at 4000 SW 47th Street (Archer Road -SR 24 -6/10 milesmwestaofl1-75). 415-1-4 FOR SALE Since 1977 Car Steeo Specialsts has beent seilig top quality cetseeos at lam discoantt pieces. Come see usat 2201 NW 3St. Ocll 372-2070. Open M10:00-7:00 and Sat. 10:005:00. 4-25-75-5 AM-FM Cassette In-dash $29.95 AM-FM Digital I-Dash $99.55 100 Watt eqailizer $29.95 Full warranty 373-3754 Audio Outlet. 4-25-70-5 Drawing tables $69. Computer stands $89. Wood boxes $19. Balans chair $49. Small chest $49. NINA'S NOOK 377-6700 818 W. Univ. 4-2567-5 Desperate for cashlil Selling a Zenith Zt-1 terminal (VAX & NERC): (CHEAP)II Also Browning compound bow (500lbs) & arrows. Lou 374-4248. 4-16-4-5 Moped top of the line Puch Magnum MKi, 2 spd, oil inject. Great shape, only 2000 mi. (Brian) 373-9103. 4-17-5-5 Furniture for sole: wall units, living room, diningroom. 377-2144. 4-16-4-5 Qn szo waterbed, fully equipped, $140, obo, chest $30. Call Liso 371-9020. 4-17-5-5 SACRIFICE RATTAN BAR w/2 matching stools, $225/obo. Ask for Keith, 371-6065 evenings. 417-5-5 Far sole -Full bed $110, desk $35, bookshelf $20, chair $10, coffee table $20, t stond $20, excellent cond., obo, Joanno, 371-7215. 4-175-5 Full size bed, box spring and frame. Bough new lost semester $90. Call Diane 373-1791. 417-5-S Mitsubishi 100 watt rtck system-100 wt/cht omp, cess dk (db b&c) -dgtl tuner, Inrtrckg turntable -3 wy spks $450 obo, Poul 376-70184-17-5-5 X FURNITUREI Great prices sofo/loveseat set sofa/sleape, choirs, coffee table, waterbed bedroom setand chest. 376-8107. 4-16-7-5 5 String REocti, Epiphone, unused condition $95.00. Terry, 371-7868. 4-16-7-5 eb sle. O b.120species of culinary n medicinal ebs. Sat Apt 19, 10-4. K4-aapeh Banoical Grdes. 462SW 3 Rlvd. 4-1-3-S ~'BuyI1,Get I "FREE", e utmr ny asp.4/30/86 Purchase the first tanning session and get the second absolutely FREE. Also, 371"55 Get 10 tang 4"16 Butler Plaza Only $50" ---rn-rn----mm ----0 MITSU -Vertical turntoble, complete stereo system. 50 artt. $200 05. Col 377-641 ask fot Jeff. 4-22-5-5 TELEVISION. 5" portable bl/wht, goes anywhere; stereo turntable ONLY $35. Coll Jason, 395-7034. 4-16-1-5 SHARP 19" COLOR TV $125; MEN 10 SPEED BICYLCE (LIKE NEW) $75; STEREO RACK $35. 374-9998. 4-18-3-5 FURNITURE -1 dining rm table & 6 chrome choit. Also 2 chrome & glass tables. Coll 3736397Ken. $180 for all. 4-18-3-5 Furniture for sale: Sofo-pll out bed, dining table w/6 choirs, recliner choir, small couch. Great condition -372-7917. 4-22-3-5 FURNITURE 4 SALE. Desk, chest drawers w/mirror & dresser *NEW * $200 for ALL. What a bargoinll Jcqui 377-6429. 4-22-5-5 Brand new 19' pushbutton color TV. Must soll $250/obo. CalIl anytime: TJ 378-4364. 4-17-2-5 FOR SALE: DP rowing machine -$75.00; brand new Teac equalizer -$55.00;nevertbeen used Sansui p-d 11 turntable -$35.00. Must sell Call 374-8095. 4-18-3-5 On Daytona Beach 1 br condo timeshoreesleeps 4. Week46, $4000 will finance. Student must sell. Call 335-1849. 4-18-3-5 No down payment, 8, 14x65 Mbl Hm, 2bdrm, 1 bath, washer/dryr, great rm, cth ceilings, porch. Qualify for mortgage. 371-4369. 4-17-45 FOR SALE Student leaving the country wants to sellacolor tv, 2 twin beds, and a bike, good prices. 3754261. 4-17-4-5 Modularp it gp. sofa, double & single beds, 4x3' projection screen color 'tv, wicker chair, dessers,2hutch, desk, file cabs, & morel 373401. 4-22-5-5 MOPED Everything works. $250 obo. Why sweet on a bike? 371-6417. 4-16-3-5 Lg. desk $55, twin bed brand new $70, Raleigh bike $80, large couch $35, matching chair $20, end tables & coffee table & more. 372-2710. 417-4-5 Livingroom set complete w/mtchig couches, tables, chair, etc. Best offer call 371-9000. Ask for Michele. 4-18-5-5 COMPLETE BEDROOM FURNITURE SET, BED, & COUCH FOR SALE. CALL 372-2315. 4-18-8-5 WINDSURFER: Bic, good cond. MUST SELLI $350 OBO including Soft Rax for car. Call 373-1454. 4-16-5-5 FURNITURE for sale: graduating -2 living room chairs & matching bedroom set & bed -$250 ort best offer -call: Lisa 332-1159. 4-16-5-5 For sale: Twin bed mattress, box springs, and frame -$50. All pine desk and chair -$100. Perfect condition. Call 377-7672. 5-8-10-5 King size waterbed w/rails, sheets & heater $150; 5-drawer dresser $50; stereo w/receiver & turntable w/ speaker $150; twin size box & mattress $30; first $325 takes all. 335-1797. 416-2-5 Apt. furniture for slel Sofa/chair, tables, lamps, bedroom set, kitchen accessories, etc. Great priceslICall 373-0252. 4-17-3Movingl Must sell modular couch, dinette, wall unit, coffee table & full bed. Cell for details 374-4696. 4-18-4-5 SOLOFLEX excellent cod with dip br and 380 Ibs bands, $450, call Tim, 374-6745. 4-18-4-5 Wheels and woofers for sale. 14x6 mesh wheel/comp to tires. 15' speakers for bass applications, must sell, price neg. Cell Ed at 372-0101. 4-21-5-5 Brand new Fugi 10-speed. Only $150. Cell 3754814, keep trying Never used Fgi Regent. Must sellbeforeMay 4-17-3-5 Furniturel Prices negotiable. Couch, rocking chir, wicker, small wall unit, lamps, wterbed. 373-4535 after 4:30 p.m. 4-21-5-5 Digital Kenwood am-fm cassette + 90owattPB $225. Q waterbed w-heat $115. Chromeframe 5-speed $200. RCA 23" color $75. 373-5191. 416-2-5 For Sale: piano $200. Good condition, big T swing set, galvanized steel, $50., redwood picnic table $25., pttable clothes lne $10., 0 7Bstncke, maple, $35. Cll 371-7120. 4173-5 BLOOM COUNTY W6' ,e -.EAIAXM W AT 11 OM ntW) 4Vr ffl W ANT MOTORCYCLES '03 Yamaha Virage 500, bought brand noew last August, 1500 miles, in great shape, 3 helmets. Call 378-0431, Dove, $1600, will negotiate. 416-5-7 Yamaha Vision '82 w/3100 miles, V4 550 w/4 valves/cyl, shaft dr. Full factory fairing & extras. $1400. Rick 374-1014 after 7 378-7977. 4-17-5-7 '82 Hondo CB450T Hawk motorcycle. Excellent condition, looks and runs great, low miles, good price. $750. 377-7802 anytime. 4-18-5-7 1982 Yamahb Special I 400, red, good condition, runs great, helmet inc. $600, call Wes 371-8181 evenings. 4-21-4-7 Brand noew Hondo Elite 150D Scooter. Won in contest, but I don't need it, so make an offer, I'm desperate. Cell 374-4230. 4-18-3-7 '80 400 GN 70 mpg, great transportation, low maintenance, very good condition. Fairing included. $700OBO. Kurt 332-8170. 4-22-5-7 YAMAHA RD 400 excellent condition, new engine, $700 OBO w/SIMPSON helmet. 3756388esk for Vic. 4-18-3-7 AUTOS 1978 Ford Pinto, stick shift, good condition, great for getting around town! ONLY $500. Call 378-2219. 4-16-5-8 '77 FIREBIRD FORMULA, low mileage, air, am/fm cassette, 350, regular gas, newmfires, mint condition, must sell, 375-7791. 4-17-5-8 '84 Ford Ronger V6, 4 spd, long-bed, liner, ac, am/fm/cass, cloth intr. My extras $5660 obo. 373-4866, 377-4108, 375-2931 early a.m., late p.m. 4-18-5-8 Chevy '79, 4 doors, EXCELLENT condition, $2500 or best offer. Call Rafael 375-2375 anytime, any day. 4-18-4-8 1977 VW RABBIT great student car, needs tuneup. Asking $400. Call 375-8860, ask for Carrie. 4-17-3-8 1977 HONDA ACCORD ike new. 5 speed, new silver pnt. A/C, runs and looks great! $2000 obo, cell Chris 377-9952or 373-8176. 4-18-3-8 '74 Toyota Corolla, good shape, amfm cassette, graduating must sell, first $500. 3320716. 4-18-2-8 1971 VW Sperbeetle, excellent condition, won't stop running. $995. 371-4383. 4-18-3-8 1966 VW Pop Top Camper. Excellent condition, $1175.00. Call Terry collect 904-821-0413, Ocala, evenings. 4-18-3-8 SERVICES STEREO REPAIR Meticulous repair on your beloved stereo. We do it right the first timel Sound Ideas 2201 NW 13th St. 378-0192. 4-25-17-9 BREAD & ROSES Well Women Care ABORTION Up to 22 weeks Nitrous Oxide -no extra charge e Free PregnancytTests BIRTH CONTROL CLINIC a Female Practitioners 372-1664 Completely Confidential Close to Campus 1233 NW 10th Avenue Across from Center Theatre 4-25-75-9 Pregnant? We offertobjectie and confidential counseling pregnaecy test & more. All ServiCes Free 377-4947 Crisis Pregnancy Center 1204 NW 13th Street. Suite 23 Across from Ciitan Blood Center 4-25-79-9 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSES FARM *srriding lessons hay rides*trail rides* boarding* sales*rentals* wooded troils. 466-32248375-8080.4-25-75-9 by Berke Breathed = CAE MM IN V mtw 7E UY MINI STORAGE AAASTORAGE377-1771. Close to UF & convenient 4x4x4 $10/mo., 4x8x8 $20/mo. 535 SW 2nd Ave. 4-25-70-9 ABORTION "Cellus, we cote" FREE PREGNANCY TESTS eWomen practitioners -Licensed 0-GYN (with hospital privileges) Gainesville Women's Health Center 720 NW 23RD AVENUE 377-5055 We offer choices to you -a full range of obstetric & gynecology services. Serving Gainesville -for 11 years. Non profit. 4-25-72-9 * ADOPTION** Consider what is best for the baby. Call Christiop Family Services at 378-1471. We core. Ask for Kent or Anita. 5-29-25-9 PRE-PAID LEGAL/A Valuable Service Additional Income/Retire in 5 Years Free Informational Meeting Donald G. Prtt 373-3059 4-25-18-9 Store Your Things For the Summer Reserve Now Security Mini Storage 376-7606 4-22-10-9 ABORTION Education Information Service-Referrol Post Abortion Counseling Giesville Right to Life 378-7824 4-25-11-9 Whispering Hope Ranch Lessons $7 2/3 hr. Boarding -Pesture/stall $45 full $135 MonAmier *t stud reg. Arabs pt others $75. 378-3090. 4-18-5-9 MOVING SERVICE. Lowest rates, 15 yrs experience, friendly, fast, efficient, lic and insured. Cell Ken 373-5266. 4-25-8-9 TYPING SERVICES For Quality Use A Professional Professional Typing 917 NW 13th St. 373-9822 Recorded on diskettes or meg cords dissertations theses manuscripts 4-25-75-10 For the best professional typing and editing Hogtown Typing, 375-8333. Specializing in law, orch, theses, and dissertations. 4-25-6810. *WORD PROCESSING** Professional quality at student prices. Quick turnaround. Hours by appointment, 8 a.m.-B p.m. Call Debbie, 378-7128. 4-25-62-10 Typing, fast and accurate, reasonable rates, minor editing, proofreading. Call Beverly at 372-6253. 4-25-75-10 Typing, fast and accurate papers, theses, dissertations. Experienced. Proofreading. Reasonable rates. Call Lato 378-6642. 4-25-5910 *Word Processing** Typing** ResmesS Reports Letters Theses Applications Etc. 376-545*Were close to campus 4 * Alchua Word Processing * 4-25-27-10 Word Processing, Typing, Bkkpig & Notary, Grad school exp. Prof quality 14 yrs. exp. spelling ckd NW section, Down 332-3913. 4-2540-10 TYPING/from $1/pg. ppers/theses/dissrt./15 ys. epe. in legal/medical/engr. terms as former court rptr. Excel. spelling/proofing. Call Jill. 377-9647. 4-25-58-10 For the right type, call Kathy, 376-9527. Expert professional service. Reasonable rates. 4-2542-10 WORD PROCESSING/TYPING Resumes, reports, cover letters. 377-0460, MF/9-5 p.m. Gainesville Word Processing Center. 4-23-30-10 12. aigaor, wednesday apri 16,1986 -alligator declassified U TYPING) Legal, theses, dissertations, reports, pofessi2al quality, dependable service. Nossy, 72-750. 4-2-45-10 aeet Word-Processing In town. 1-day service. Goad Shoel M ped. Teem papers .Rc. CPM DOS compel. Lois. 377a528. 4-25-26-10 * *TYPING 372-7R56 MARG* * Someday/.overnite, spelling ckd, termppers, theses, resumes, letters, etc. 3436 NW 17th St. 4-25-29-10 TYPING RRVICE Term papers, resumes, applcations. 375-4536 before 4:30, 338-1139after 4:30. 4-25-19-10 TYPING/WP call 374-8703. Yes, quality service & competitive rates, plus convenient location just 2blks from Bogelandil 4-25-18-10 THE DISSERTATION DOCTOR B.A. English, M. Ed. Typing & Editorial Services. Sue Kirkpatrick, 376-1781. 4-25-18-10 se --Rush Job Typing Serice. a -One hour turn around/No paper refused. A Ph.D. on staff to edit your paper. $2.25/ordinary ds pg/410 NW 13th St. 4-25-18-10 Fast, accurate, and dependable typing qualityIB M s.l*etric -Many typ styles Call Mary 372-1728. 4-25-13-10 Typing and Wordprocessing. Quality work, fast results, low rates, dependable and personal service. Call Tora332-1469. 4-17-4-10 Fast efficient typing, all types, will meet you at your convenience. Pis call 378-3090, Della. 418-5-10 WORD PROCESSING & TYPING. LOW RATES, NEAR U.F. CALL 373-4564. 4-21-5-10 Typing: term papers, resumes, letters, etc. Close to campus. Fast servicel Call Crolyn 374-6796. Will pick up! 4-18-3-10 Typing & editing -term papers, theses, dissertations. Lest minute needs, cell Carol 3762287. Free pick up & delivery. 4-22-5-10 WANTED GOLD & DIAMONDS Top Cash or Trade OZZIE'S JEWELRY Appointment -373-9243 4-25-72-11 Wanted: Healthy, on-obese men, (ages 50 to 75 years) on no medication, for laboratoryeand psychological studies involving normal sexual behavior. Appropriate volunteers will be paid. Call Mark, 392-2612, 9 a. m. to 5 p.m., Mon-Fri. 4-25-26-11 Model 4 Radio Shck computers and disy wheel printers, 371-906 or 378-9966 daytime. 4-25-9-11 HELP WANTED All Positions needed at an Easter Seal camp for handicapped children and adults. Camp Challenge, Rt 1 Box 350, Sorrento, FL 32776. 418-35-12 Do you need money? Sell Avon full or part time -earn up to 50% commission 375-8967. 4-25-70-12 SUMMER WORK INTERVIEWS! Avg. $425/week & coil. credit. Must have 2.5+ 'GPA to apply. Interviews: Wed. 4/16 & Thurs 4/17; 3 p.m. & 7 p.m.; Rm 150-A, Reitz Union -casual dress. No phone calls, must apply inperson. SW Co. 4-17-3-12 Port-time telemarketing for nw-age business. Experience a must. Flexible hours. Call Suzy 24:30 fortapp. 376-3479. 4-17-3-12 GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040 -$59,230/yr. Now hiring. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-9486 for current federal list. 8-18-45-12 A-1 Laborers needed now. Earn $14.50 per hour, full or part time. Call between 9:00 a.m. to 9 p.m. Ask for personnel. 1-813-886-7151 425-18-12 RENTAL MANAGER upper division, grad student far house rented to males. Room exchonged for work. 376-6652, 378-8122. Near U. 4-1813-12 *Gotor Employment* Full & part time jobs available. immediate openingsl Call today far appt. 374-6796. 4-17.2-12 id la

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Interviewers needed, 5-8/5-15. Statewide poll. Call 392-6660, M,W,F, morns 'il 12; TTh p.m. 1I0 5. Ask for Tim or Lynne. Spanish speakers especially sought. 4-22-5-12 SUMMER JOBS -Orlando/Tampa. Florida Consumer Action Network hiring campaign staff. $1BO-225 per wnk. On campus I ntervleas. Call 3-1601. 4-18-3-12 CAMP ANDROSCOGGIN, Wayne, Maine (boys) looking for energetic, outgoing individuals to teachswim (WSI), saIl, windeurf, canoe, waterskiing. Also shop, pottery, archery and 2 nurses. We ane a traditional sports and outdoor tripping camp. Contac Stan Hirsch 733 West St., Harrison, NY 10528 (914)835-5800. 4-16-112 ON BEACH, $10-$25 an Hr. Apply nowl Send SASE + $1.50 (refundable) to "The Summer Tan Jam" 12021 Gunpowder Rd. Beltsville, Md 20705. 4-16-1-12 Teacher aides -college work-study only (financial aid approved). May -Aug, $3.35/hr. 20/wk. Call Cindy: Baby Gator 392-2330. 4-2310-1.2 Avg. $1,540/Month this summer. Call 378-2866 for information. ,r v tSW Co. 4-18-5-12 Summer Jobs Send name, major, phone# to Summer Jobs; PO Box 12455A, Gainesville, FL 32604. 4-18-512 PREP COOK, PART TIME. Experience preferred. Apply 2-4 p.m. SNUFFY'S 1017 W. Univ. Ave. 4-17-4-12 WAITPERSON, HOSTESS/HOST Food & Cocktail. Must be experienced & outgoing. Apply 2-4 p.m. SNUFFY'S 1017 W. Univ. Ave. 4-17-4-12 CAMPCOUNSELORS: Maine girls camp. Tennis, swimming, drama, boardsailing, gymnastics, fine arts, tripping, archery, bugler needed. Call 703-820-6404. Camp Tapawingo. Box 6656, Arlington, VA 22206. 4-25-15-12 $$$ SUMMER JOBS $$$ Avg. $1500/month. Great exp. for all majors. 2.6 GPA req. Call 376-3036. Mention ad. SW 417-5-12 $00 Nat'lCo. intv. forsummer jobs. On-the-job-train scholarship program earn college credits, excellent pay and work cond. Outstanding career opp. No exp. nec. This could wellbe the very best job opp. ever offered apply in person Wednesday April 16. Reiz Unio room 349 3pmor 5pm sharp Thursday April 17. Reitz Union room 349 9:30am, 12, 2:30pm Sign upforappointment Career Resource Center BI Reitz Union no phone calls please 4-17-3-12 PERSONALS T-Shirts -printed with your design or logo. Avg. $1,540/Month special 100 Tn3 starting at $2.99 &a. Free this summer. Cull 378-2866 for information. delivery. 1st screen free. Zodiac T's 466-3333. SW Co. 4-18-5-13 4-21-10-13 SAVE ON RAYBANS * *It's here, the SALE you've been waiting University Opticians Vickie Williams, formerly Fantastic Som's, now forl 10-50% off of everything (even spring & 300 S.W. 4th Ave. 378-4480 atMillhopper Hair Design Wed. and Thurs. Call summer). Paradise819 W. Univ. Av. 376-4080. 5-13 371-1200 forappt. or walk-in. * 4-18-5-13 4-25-14-13 Unwanted Hair Removed Forever. 30 years exp. Edmund Dwyer, Electrologist. 4040 Newberry Rz. Suite 1350,3724039. 4-25-75-13 GAY SWITCHBOARD 332-0700 Call About Tues. 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14, alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986 On the beam from page 16 coach. We try to help athletes deal with all aspects of their lives. If they feel good about all areas, then they tend to do well in all aspects, including gymnastics." But maintaining greatness not only takes the work of a support staff, but the mental ability to deal with always being No. 1. Defending champs are just that because everyone wants to beat the best. "Utah has the pressure on them because they're number one," Arizona State coach John Spini said. "They have the pressure of 'how would you like to be the Utah team that loses the first championship."' Marsden deals with the pressure by clearing the slate at the end of the season. "Every year is a new approis.h. We look at each season as a different one," Marsden said. "We're comfortable with that situation and we let the rest take care of itself." Five titles should be enough to convince anyone that your team is one of the greatest. But there are always skeptics. The same people that said Alabama and Georgia won Southeastern Conference football titles for so many years because they had weak schedules are back. And now they're saying it was easy for Utah to win five national titles because the team was in its home arena for four of them. The Lady Utes proved in 1984 they could win away from the Utah Special Events Center when they captured the national title at UCLA's Pauley Pavillion. But the skeptics are saying they won't be convinced until Utah makes the four hour trip to Gainesville and wins it in the O'Connell Center. Utah hasn't flown east all season for a competition and people are saying it's going to hurt the team's performance. "A lot of people have made a big deal about that, but I'm sure Jim Weaver (meet director) will do a superb job," Marsden said. "If you think it's a problem it will be a problem." But just in case the Lady Utes feel a little out of place, nearly 200 Utah fans will be in the stands to cheer them on. That's the type of following dynasties can count on, be it the Ming or the Utah women's gymnastics team. HOOPS SIGNEE UF women's basketball coach Carol Higginbottom announced the signing of All-America forward Kellye Cargile Tuesday. The Jamestown, Tenn., native led York Institute to a 26-5 record, averaging 19.5 points and 10.5 rebounds per game. "Kellye is a sound, fundamental basketball playerand a fine addition to our team," Higginbottom said. "She comes from a winning program and that is important for our program. Cargile tallied 1,680 points for the. Dragons in three seasons, and she was named to the All-State team for those three years. -ERNEST HOOPER Get Your Sales Rolling. Advertise In The Alligator. I'I SOUTHERN CASSADAGA SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 1-4 Exit 54 C.R. 4139 Cassadaga, Fl 904/228-2880 GALA DAY SATURDAY APRIL 19, 1986 lAM-4PM 1.5 minutr ,e iiradinR8t, Bookwore .Bazaar Table Coming event: Mediums Night May S, 1986 Lite Lunch Special Slice, Salad and Soft 1 gU drink $2.25 Fre d r1720 W. Uni .Ave. 377-1759 Exp. 4/20/86 U REALM OF THE ALLIGATOR Get a close-up look at some 'Gators that don't have anything to do with sports. A new National Geographic Special transports you to the eerie wilderness of the Okefenokee Swamp where the Alligator rules and man is the intruder. Local Alligator expert Ken Vfiet and Gainesvillebased filmmaker John Paling brave the perils of the swamp to reveal the myths and majesty of the scaly, sinister Alligator. TV WORTH WATCHING WT J. WAYNE REITZ UNION, APRIL 16, 7:30 'ATIN AMEROCAN %USIC FNESTA }r I Featuring 3,ALsA FLONBA (Afro Caribbean Jazz) (Folk and Panpipe Music of the Andes) (Spanish-Caribbean Folk Music) Music will be provided by the Florida State University's Center for Music of the Americas and the World Music Program. Co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies and the J. Wayne Reitz Union. WE DELIVER-PRONTOI IT'S OUR WACKY WEDNESDAY Inflation Knock-OutSalel GET A LARGE PIZZA FOR THE PRICE OF A SMALL Sunday ThursdayWednesday Only 1 0am 100aNo-dw Frday &Saturday 00am-00 SW Area Campus 377-3337 378-8909 2 Wmmmmmmmmmmmm ANY LARGE SANDWICH AND A MEDIUM SOFT DRINK 34th St. Plaza Exp. 4/30/86 378-2028 W. University Ave. 373-4026 Not valid with any other .S coupon or 377-5637 special 'F FREE MEDIUM I Buy one "medium" and get the 2nd "medium" FREE FROZEN YOGURT SHOPPE SNOW WITH 2 LOCATIONS 3550-1 SW 34th St. 1245 W. Univ. Ave. (Across from Puff-Puff) (Next to Leonardo's by the Slice) S373-708SExp. Thur 4/24/86 372-4700 Golden Key National Honor 0 Society SPRING ELECTIONS Wed. April 16th JWRU B-65 7:" p r. it. Keep cSalceBloominl8 uk H A 8 : 0 0 T ON IGH T I I I

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F Display Advertising.376-4482 f rompag e 6 ...., .from page 16 twice as many shots in a typical college game because NCAA's shot F UNDER 21 clock was nearly halved to 24 CALL FOR DETAILS seconds. The NBA is in the hands of GATOR-RENT-A-CAR the players, and they abide by .E Is 372-2561 generating excitement, which turns into gate dollars. Shorten the NBA season from 82 games to 40. And give playoff bids to the top-four teams instead of the current 16. ween itive 't be first this onal Boca in a Vo. 2 th of day. vert .C., No. alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986, 15 the money draw that it is. But the significance of NBA basketball still lies in its entertainment value. The players are making a living as entertainers, not as winners or losers of a bunch ofgo games. We're dealing with highpriced barnstormers here. As for the team that wins the NBA championship and how? It's fun to speculate, but the importance of who wins shouldn't be overestimated. 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16, alligator, wednesday april 16, 1986 sports NBA hoopla: entertaining and too long The National Basketball Association playoffs begin Thursday evening. This means that: 0 High schools, colleges and other assorted American amateurs have long since finished their basketball seasons; 0 Baseball's pennant races are heating op into a summer swing; 0 Most American television viewers will opt for a rerun of the Bill Cosby show over a televised firstround playoff game on Thursday night; and, E the Third World could care less. Putting the pro hoops playoffs in their proper perspective, the regular season has droned on for 943 games (with eachof the leage's23 teams playing 82). Only seven clubs did not qualify for the playoff. The first round begins with best-of-five quarterfinal matchups in the Eastern and Western conferences. The following rounds are all best-of-seven affairs. This entire process will, in all likelihood, take nearly three months to complete. And most experts -as well as non-experts consider the entire conference playoff ritual to be little more than the prolonged resolution of a foregone conclusion: The leagues's two best teams Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers -will play each other in the finals, as they did last year and the year before. So what's the point? Why not more brevity, more significance? How about a 40-game regular season with four playoff bids instead of 82 with 16? Well, we all know the answer to that: The Big sportseene gJOE LYNCH Green, aka money. Owners want to maximize their financial gains from the sport, hence the long seasons and extensive playoffs. The quality of play in a given game might improve if the season were shortened, but the cash wouldn't flow as freely. However, before screaming about the greed of the owners or the sanctity of basketball, one should consider that NBA basketball is -as is the case with all other professional sports -a business. As a matter of fact, the NBA is engaged in a special kind of business -the entertainment business. Basketball players put on a show, owners pay the players and organize the show and customers pay to watch. The same could be said for all pro sports, and unfortunately, some amateur sports as well. Of course, all this commoneknowledge. Everyone realizes pro sport is an entertainment medium. So why is it that, when playoff time rolls around, everyone talks about how "long" the season is "too many" teams make the playoffs? Is the season too long for the players? If so, why do so many of them participate in big-city summer leagues in the middle of their off seasons?' Too many teams in the playoffs?For whom? For the fans who fill NBA arenas to capacity to see all these "needless" playoff games? As long as the money is there at the gate, the owners are going to put sub.500 teams in the playoffs. The Chicago Bulls won just 30 games against 52 losses during the regular season. Now they're going up against the Boston Celtics in the playoffs. From a competitive standpoint, it may seem ludicrous. On the other hand, from an entertainment standpoint it doesn't look so bad. Even if Boston wins easily, Bulls fans won't mind seeing Michael Jordan perform a few more of his flying whirlygig specialties in the playoffs; they'll pay at the gate to see it. And Boston Garden is a certain sellout for any basketball game. The pro hoops game is a form of entertainmentI with high excitement level and great deal of athletic artistry. And the NBA's 24-second shot clock keeps the game at a fast, highly artistic pace. Imagine, for example, gettting to see UF's Drew Moten take see Sportscene, page 15 UF sub-.500, loses 7-6 to 'Noles By MIKE HODGE AlligatorEWriter UF got the pitching it needed from Tyson Johnson, who allowed only four hits and two runs over five and two-thirds innings. But it wasn't enough as Florida State beat the Gators 7-6 in Tallahassee. Down 7-5, UF scored one run in the ninth. Ned Brigham singled to start the inning. One out later, Rodney Brewer hit a hard grounder up the middle to score Brigham. UF, 20-21, plays FSU today at 3:30 p.m. UF will start Phil Goodrich (2-1) against Mike Loynd (11-1). "I thought we hit the ball well and Tyson Johnson did a credible job," UF coach Joe Arnold said. "I was pleased with the performance and the scoreboard." Ahead 6-5 in the eighth, FSU's Luis Alicea scored Ed Fulton who had reached first on a walk. Alicea hit an inside fastball to Joey Fernandez in deep right. Ken Sebree then walked Bien Figueroa to load the bases with two out, but Eric Mangham popped up to Brewer to end the inning. The 'Noles Paul Sorrento broke a 5-5 tie with a home run to right field off Johnson who bad given up only two hits after replacing UF starter Daryl Boyd in the first. Alicea sliced a single down the right field line with none out. But Ed Shea threw out Alicea who tried to steal second. Sebree then replaced Johnson and retired the side on a grounder and a pop up. Down 5-4, the Gators tied the game on one hit in the sixth. UF's Rich Arena reached second with one out on Tim Touma's groundout. He moved to third on Shea's double off the right-centerfield wall. the ball. Mangham reached on a walk, stosle second and third and scored on a sild pitch. UF scored three runs in the first. Woodward singled to right. Fernandez followed with a single and moved to second on an error. Brewer reached on a walk. One out later Jose Alou hit a sacrifice to score Woodward. Collin Luttringer singled to score two runs with an error. P'SU starter Doug Little waited Juhn FSU scored four runs in the first. Jose Woodward to load the bases still with one Marzan doubled to right center where out. Fernandez and Woodward misjudged the ball. Sorrento scored Marzan with a single. Then Fernandez hit into a double play, Alicea reached on a walk. One out later, but still scored Arena. Mangham singled up the middle. A sacrifice fly and a two-run single by Greg Clayborne scored the other three runs. UF threatened in the fourth when Woodward singled with one out. Correction Down 4-3, the Gators scored one run in second without a hit and the help of two FSU errors to tie the score at four Shea Jury Fernandez, a converted reached on a fielder's choice and scored on woey fead a ther basele Brewer's groundout on an error who plays outfield for the UF baseball team, was pictured on Tuesday's sports pape. An Alligator caption stated otherwise. With the game tied 4-4 in the second, FSU then went ahead 5-4 without hitting Utah UF gymnasts Tammy Smith, left, Elfi Schlegel, center, and departed Gator Maria Anz raise their arms in victory after the Southeastern Regional last season. Gymnastics dynasty rates with Mings and Carringtons The word "dynasty" was first used to describe long reigns of power. You know, Ming Dynasty, Ling Dynasty, Ping-Pong Dynasty. Then, about midway through the 20th century, people said the hell with world history, a "dynasty" is a great sports team.Like the Boston Celtic Dynasty, the Montreal Canadian Dynasty, the Florida Gator Dynasty. Ooops, sorry -got carried away there. Anyway, the word isn't even used for great sports teams anymore. Dynasty, to the chagrin of sports fans, is a prime-time soap opera. It's not that another word is used to describe teams of superior strength, there just aren't that many around anymore. on the heam ERNEST HOOPER It's been 17 years since the Celts won back-to-back NBA titles, eight years since the Yankees turned the trick in major-league baseball and six years since Pittsburgh won two consecutive Super Bowls. But the sports dynasty lives on in Salt Lake Cits, Utah. The University of Utah women's gymnastics team will go for its sixth consecutive national title Friday night in the Stephen C. O'Connell Center. "From my viewpoint, I don't consider us any more of a favorite than any other year," Utah coach Greg Marsden said. "It's going to depend on who can maintain their composure and hit their routines." Marsden makes it sound so simple, so easy for his topseeded team. But his colleagues know better. "Greg Marsden has something very special going," UF coach Ernestine Weaver said. "If Florida can't win the national title, then I'd like to see Utah win again. They're making history and they're doing something that's probably not going to happen again." But how has it happened? Professional teams have composed dynasties with basically the same people year after year. But in college, rosters can change every year. And in collegiate gymnastics, the attrition rate is extremely high with the wealth of injuries a team can encounter performing feats that people usually see at a Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus show. 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