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Vol. 64, No, 64 University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, January 1 8, 1972
MOP at c s recommendations
Meve see s abortion law repeal
A..W o Amty.Gea. R tli Shevin says In a 60.pp iIst of publication of any abortion involved in abortion decisions." Judiciary.Criminal Committee
Shade oudlmsd Monday that recomna pndations toL. the uslfertal information including Shevin's counter proposal, killed six abortion bills in one
the attorney general is upoodlilative son. directlaom to legal abortion embodied in a bill by Sen. afternoon.
recommaing the repu and SHBVIN 3 stSi tchsenally series in other states. Kenneth Myers, D-Miami, would
replacement of Florida's bound- to defend- the Florida Shevin sys the-law "dealing make abortion a moral decision "An abortion statute similar
103-year-.old abortion laws. abortlo laws. with destination of abortion between a woman and her to Florida's is being contested
"The legislation should These twoesIing laws, both information should be repealed doctor for the first 12 weeks of before the United States
provide for abortion on demand passed in 1868, pernmt abortions because it is unnecessary and an pregnancy. Myers is chairman of Constitution Supreme Court,"
within the first 12 weeks of only when the mother's life is abridgeraent of freedom of the the Senate Health, Welfare and according to Shevin's preSgnacy, and following that, threatened by continued premand speech." Institutions Committee, one of recommendation. "If that
for therapeutic ppos ily," prognacy, saI fobid the IN A HEARM to decide two committees that hear statute were invalidated, it might
whether charges filed against abortion legislation in the place Florida in the untenable Alligator Editor Ron Sachsa for senate. position of being without the
prting an abortion referral list The other one the protection.of any abortion law." ould be dropped, both the law
~gist abortion information and ':xx':::':::-:' the law aga inst the operation X
itself were struck down as r f*
-noduont. dow Here's referral list I
A hu am d county Felony Court
Judge Bemnt Tenach dropped The following is a list of abortion referral agencies consistig
the chagsM clainS tht bothug bo laws we In violation of names, addresses and telephone numbers, information about Abortion laws were in violation
of a e to legal, safe and inexpensive abortions, and where they may be
of a woa's right to prwicy, obti .
TeachS Irulin is now being staineded.
T 's rb i now bg If the list does not appear on this page, it is because Don
to the m e Court Maxwell, the Alligator's printer, with Webb Printing in Ocala,
defend the statute t h t did not wish to risk prosecution under Florida Statute 797.02.
deedthe statute that he wants
Shevin's side Ken Drips, said
r the attorney general wanu to
comtse the information law
narrowly on appeal, defending it
only lnosoar as it outlaws
c--oumseling for iepl abortions.
sakd Shevin Is concerned .
that in c sea the abortion laws ar
declared unconstitutional,
Florida would be left without
any abortion regulations.
"IF 11THE legislature does
nothing on the abortion statute,
and the present laws are struck
down, then Florida will have no
way of stopping illegal
abortionists from setting up
shop in the state, making a quick :
fortune before the legislature
MO~tr CtrrTY could enact a new statute,"
ROTC proest Shevin's aide said.
., The attorney general's ,
Members of the Gainesville Remarch Collective and the Veterans recommendations to the
for Peace picketed Tigert Hall Monday to protst UF's ROTC legislature noted that the State program. An estimated ffteen to twenty demonstrators stayed in Supreme Court already has ruled front of the administration building for three hours quietly "Florida's abortion law was
picketing and distributing Information charging the university with vague and that it failed to effect ..:
a contributory role in the recruitment of ROTC personnel by a proper balance between the
allowing the program to operate on campus. rights and interests of those .......... .............................-...........- .
Financial aid support drive launched
IBy BRUCE J. KUEHN campaign will provide information on what the program committee concerned with this will volunteer to help."
'Aileter Saff wui can and cannot do for students. Because voters have a sort of ingrained objection to
"This should be most exciting for students of middle approving a change in the state constitution, which the Financial Aid directors from state universities and class families who have had trouble getting loans," said program requires, Turner said the state must be sold on the
colleges hope to mount a massive publicity campaign in Turner. idea for the program.
support of a referendum to provide a state financial aid The program will provide funds for students from Under plans for the program, bonds backed by student ropram for students. families in the 58,000 to S15,00 income range. fees will be sold to the public with buyers receiving six per
The aid program, which was recently passed by the TURNER ESTIMATED about 30 per cent of students cent interest. The federal government will pay the state
state legislature, will provide up to $40 million a year in looking for loans under the Federal Insured Bank Program 8 per cent interest on every S 1,000 loaned under the financial aid, but must first be approved by the voters on are unable to find banks willing to participate in the federal insured loan program and the 2 per cent
a March 14 referendum. program. The state program will act as a supplement to difference will be used for administrative costs.
U? DIRECTOR of Financial Aid Ira D. Turner said the bank loan program, said Turner. Students taking out loans program will pay back the
the financial aid directors around the state, will be meeting Turner said. "We (the financial aid directors) propose loan at a 7 per cent interest rate, but the payments will Monday in Orlando to discuss starting a "grass roots" to have a representation of all universities and colleges on not start until nine months after graduation or even later
easspign in support of the program. Turner said the out task force and we hope the existing student body if a graduate serves in the military.
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ar ageds for 10 acres of additional land xecuw fint he
a wea ad* Asg~g and hign p209 acres the total p@Edes, onot~ t~ joIth
A Meade anle** 1.b Ani a beaO. Joseph H. ACCORDING TO Stafford, the Milihopper beibytbsthee
Ma T*,ueper the UP d beto -of plas th tota captal outday would by the Diision U S~ thinklag is
ha -tW iI adth T biked to come to approximately Recration. regarding
Dpateet of Pak a o tf or t he possib le $297,800, with an annual PRIOR TO any lnchnig a4a bW.vtion and
Resssoallda mao sl $ operating cost of $15,00O0. hands, Stafford i.iae ht ~ i~ L du
I ( nsiaheI theitomof the along the at forth in According to the Meares there would probably be athat should
a s ty by Carg Meaes Jr., a study, the "remainder of 614 public hearing to discuss the I*adt be inteted, "I
AccosIhS a studItl- landaope acres in catchnent (surrounding) matter. He said that he did not s Etinue just t A
idhto 'o The Diio of a sid r, ars... should be zoned for low anticipate further action w4 a for the past 2
southi IS the .l18t assmadU to the density hoRfi agricultural land following the getting with D latf has been taken
Ni ite woistiy of ameeti comntl dated Dec. use or planned unit Landrum possibly until March. t idelnent of the
pre._ flriton or delikt at. 97%, .di o "nt,.," laxlrun indicated $hat I slaceits acquisition
division's takeover would be Stafford also said that the Recreation ad ParksfDIvisktrI in 199.... drto lack of funds.
"IF UF is interested," content upon its conunitting 0
Landrum continued, "we would itself to develop the ite along C e
the lines outdined ia the report
by Georp L. Meres Jr. ... and C US fes
;.f. ca"sta providlag for continued use of
the WoFT ranmitter site. ....g
f Other university interests
pun s m ent including those of botany,_epps U e
geo sl and archaelogy would ThpropMedicine could be
sla dow n tobe protected" tp ily in facilities
TRENTON, NJ. (UPI) a Proposal for Conservation,
To Stffrd byOE ftMars
Nr Jerey Supreme Court ruled states that "as further stresses )*
Monday that a law making are created by tensifyn lands
harder psukshie by death was u. a firm land ue policy for tR0a h of the vet
unconlstltutoal bm t this area nas be e stabl in at mei of th
aowe I 4nd t to pe der to protect the natural xim Committee
al r stes which give it soeai and i. wead ay e toad
to ajuy tdal. scientific value." 5 e bhr "ur difct" to
The ng spared the ves of Propoas for deloprt of sIP aasion forthe
abU 2 prnss A dew Jetsy "re tde Millhopper listed by Meares hr VAnoIerste
Death -Rw, sa -*tul include: in c f other obstacle
o6tlK e a pPd1 Mw t, m Installation of f i obe o
ties stat athe ne Mitate approduately 10t6h0 fet of i s beckn of
Ials ae m fobrsl death sepfoot l an nk fence Ways and Means
WiW O un t n of theConitte Chairman Louis de a
Ge. WIlisurT. Cabil a e rinatehetY Pataq
would not submit new the entire park should be No tg a ze Drsa Chare s Cornelius, whof
legislation until the US. sectinred between sundown and 8 hired as dean of the
Supreme Court rules '"on a.. with the exception of The twist and the Limbo were back "in" Friday night at therapy school to-be said he
Whether the takih of a life limited group campers. Rathskeler when Chubby Checker finally appeared. SGP Chairman doe not believe the College
constitutes 'crat and unusual' construction of AMdy Smith said all threeshowsweresell outsand thelast show E would have enough
paliment." Cabilaskd.u 1w appralna 64,00)0 square "played on"1 well pest 3 a.m. spade tolbouse his college.
would also await a report by the feet of parking and driveway 1.E. t :i., dean of the
New Jery Capital Punlihuent amas for 170 car. i's .i include oeeof Eng serving, agreed
Co i. constrc.on of a rest area Ionls acivites to with COgdHluli noting that the
IB COURT based its 6-1 and information center. engi college is fully
--th --"T -- filkm r -l tt aaiabe pae
decision on the precedent of a construction of 2 1/8 mes Show ing o 4 vers ems uy ts available space.
U.S. Supreme Court ruling that of Improvedi trails and 4 miles of corls s that de la Parte
_l pstru down a law perittin nature trais. o jectd to lics ing problems
ti death penalty p condition aotruction of a flush Reitz Union has scheduled four diversified events from Jan. 20-26. with Cuban veterinarians and
by jury trial, while atithe ~sn toilet in auncing areas Mike Nichols' 1966 Academy Award winning film "Who's Afraid of that eaing restrictions on them
time providing maximum construction of a teaching Virginia Woolf?" will be shown Thursday night at 7 and 9:45. was appved by the state Board
punishment of life Impdsonment center in ravine areaswhere Friday's and Saturday's showings will be at 5:30, 8:15 and 11 p.m. of Exainers last week.
Iftiedefendent plead g8lty. classes could meet and mor Admission will be 50 cents and the screening will be held in the Union Corneius took issue with
The ih court ruling was detaed stud Auditorium.led "faulty figures"
plated on tli of a construction of a wooden ON SUNDAY night at 7 and 9:30 in the Union Auditorium, on the cost of veterinary college
dfndlat would wae hs jry over-look deck on the southwest "Teorema", a film directed by Pier Paulo Pasolini, will be shown. sent to the governor's office last deanht and pled suty to rmof th e ilhopper and two A sson is 50 cents. year. Cornelius said he did not
alvol tihe dath penal. l oden bridges ac ro the ravine Union Auditorium on know- who was responsible for
Sid New Jeey's law was area. Monday and Tuesday at 5:30, 7:45 and 10 p.m. Admission is 50 the figures but that they were
iessentily the same, the state The report also recommended cents. "tenfold too high."
court decision said "we that UF purchase approximately Thee tore accept the conclusion
that the U.S. Supreme Court has
declared the death penalty to be Corretion
unconstitutional under our
statute." Thursday's issue of the t NE
The dissenting Justice, John J. Alligator was in error when it
Francis, said he disagreed reported that the SG handbook
becuse."it isyortat, Ithnk, "How to Take the Worry Out of
fo hejdalr t eranfrm Bing Close" was prined by the *
ant ing in Important policy Univetrsity Press..It was instead W E CAN OFFER
lwor YrMMYt ne e a o unu pried-by of tne r FO $8 d
us....... nes.a ts.w__ .n ,..., $8 per day and 94 per mile (gas not included)
S.... ......... ..- .. ... ..... .. .. ORA 1972 BUICK OPEL FOR
-e 3eem8r1 ,,o .$10 da-y
at-.*.ne 4se1 Som a owne,. mr m e, sse. d per ay with first 400 miles free
would yeaw ta.oe o bu, or
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...s. et $5 per day and 7 per mile (gas incI ~ded)
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wht+e th tain of ... lif liie gru ""nprs Rahkle whe Chubby Chce finally appeared :. SG Chkmd: i .1 -elev te oleg
-AP+m** ___A _. -uar. "'lae %0 pos 3 a"m spc to hos hi college.+L+ ..
g* **the b rh Wt of pukin &W drieway *7f d o -the
NOW U16 CaiW hill ut m fo 17 an Co1 f fineeing. areI

t 4s on
S. .Cory are. la the Dets. As a remt of action in South
1.. 0. 11,:m a h
Vetsm, he was award.l a toe Star with combat a
O* 8#42 WS s 1pe "1 0 adle progra1 "1aue" Vietaease CM of Galtry with aonm Sw.
win h t "I am not con i toan my pnp," said CosanIn, "I am just
TLte, L a r ali st Ary veteran of appan "Dil as a concerned citizen..It's about time
4ho "ll ameaf d OfVena vmu
Ylote~m abasesswarwith sonettses ax-Marine emant s o displ t ysterasad information concerdag aleged
tel Viem and reonal detor of Vietas Vetens Against strooti ad ~ssna t by Amerki troops In South Vietnam. This the WUBT (W ) o It.kind oftthing has been blown out of all proportion." CINTAT b. who fedt In Southeast a from Jan. through WU ASKE D If he thought American forces should have gotten
Dec. of 19, was am teame advisor to South Vientname PopUler vohvd in Sou* Vietnam, ComntantII answered, "I dk that under Forms, RhM Focat md q.u am pk Vhe dis acumstaces at the tim, the United States had a justilcation for
fuently ad lied with both South Vietnamse and Cambodians while gog in and hep theSouth Vietnamese resist ression. a in South Vietnam. CanJl for 20 months in South Vietnam at the other end of dud Constatlni Uponm arriving in the war zone, Constantin was asignedto the "IV the country, '"I Corps", from 1966 through 1967. While in the war
zone he earned a Sliver Star and was wounded twice.
_As regional dinrctor of VVAW, Caml. is active In the antiwar gd pnm attmndthaspappeare in investigation put an by the
where he has told of atrocities he saw committed in South Vietnam.
experiencin g stude nt o verflow ...=,-e2-m g~
ex p en e c s "I DON'T KNOW how he (Constantini) feels, so I don't know
xeitf where the show will go," Canil said when asked about the upcoming
ySttANINmme students, and only two problems. Leie feels that the About American forces being in South Vietnam now, Camil said,
PO~gmtw -1 "were hth quit ofthe faculty that "We shouldn't have gottn Involf in the fkitilace. The policy UP students' who attempted opened and fied. they have now gives thm a carried out didn't help but instead did damage to the South
to erin sociology cm fall Wednesday Dr. Harold potentialy strong department. Vietnamese.
quarter may have been bitterly Hanson, Vice Prosddst of Bitter and frustrated sociology "We could have won over the hearts and minds of the people but
disappointed. The Sociology Academic Affairs, will nset with majors, however, are gradually weren't educated in that direction and as a result, weren't able to win
D"Maut I estimates that 600 representatIves from tle Social being forced to transfer to the people over to our side."
students were turned away from Sciences Departmant to try to schools where they qa get into '"Dialogue," hosted by Bob Moore, will be aired tonight from 11
closed sectons. resolve the department's classes, to 1 on WRUF (850 on the AM dial).
Dr. Gerald Leslie, Sociology
Dept. Chairmn, attrit s the *
sudden overload of students to
the recent rise in popularity of YOUR U IEIT
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"When I came here "O., low pres amMor RINGS NOW
four-and-a-half years ago," Leslie- n of lwprwo R oO*
said, "we had 74 sociology W. A
majors, we now have 300, and LARGE SELECTION
we have no additional faculty.
sRight now six out of seven of Nu-Way Discount Roc ReCOURTEOUS SERVICE
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not be. Next quarter the department has been allocated one more graduate student teacher which will enable the department to add two more
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put them? Who will teach
them?) problem is present in if
other departments of the school, WE LIKE IT HERE
perhaps not in such visible extremes yet. This year alone there was in increase in enrollments here of 1,00
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tUh l aste when uslpurposes at reasonable directors, the credit committee
st"b-a b athe l st rates. It is a corporation and the supervisory committee.
0a d and supervised by the Anyone who attends the first
W fe l government through the meeting will be able to vote for
stneadm ts Notional Credit Union the directors. Thereafter, only
-States is- being chec" .shareholders can vote.
P The The credit union will be an 1 The 5-15 students elected as
0h non, clwt med Aociatim ln a 4t autonomous orgnization, not directors will make decisions for
DOC ad just now union as "a' ctv prt of Student Governmentf the credit union and will act as
De .90wy 1 il a nd asipa~ partit lip_ ovrmet
p way, l be ed as association orgaai~ed to said oof irach, Sec. of custodians of the members'
a ph.. where students can sve promote thrift amq its Finance for SG, "even though interests.
mber s ak oconalate a SG sponr the efortto geto
S Rth~ c dit finfrom the t haerter." It willv-probably-be .The purpose of the credit
union will probably increase needed loans to member for located on the third floor ofthe committee is to review
Reitz Union, said Kirsch. applications for loans and either
A s TIlE CREDIT union will be maximum of six per cent," said approve or disapprove of them.
S T Oo g V ctu re organized and run by students Kirsch. "The interest rate on Until the credit union gets a lot
and only students will be loans will be set by the board of of money, only relatively small accepted as members, directors," said Kirsch, "and will loans can be distributed. But
* g To become a member a probably be one per cent per eventually the federal loan
W student must buy shares of stock month." program may be instituted to
w I g c e n te r in the credit union for $5 a piece AN ORGANIZATIONAL provide loans for educational
or buy a fraction of a share meeting will be held Tuesday, purposes. Sfor as little as 25 cents. Jan. 25 at 7:30 p.m. In the Rat The members of the
in te s a "The interest rate of savings for the purposes of accepting supervisory committee make
w te o n g n t will be based on the earnings of members and nominating written reports and oversee
g.the credit union with a students for the board of operations.
The Center of Man's winter activities will begin toniit with a ULOND RO AD IN FAGANS SURPLUS STOREOR
lecture entitled "Astrology: A Key to Understanding Personality" byLOON
Sylvia DeLong, president of the Astrological Research Guild and FLORENCE 116 S.W. 1st AVE.
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The lecture will be at 8 p.m. in the Center for United Ministries. University credit in
Admission for students is 50 cents and one dollar for the general Humanities and/or Social GAINESVILLE'S ORIGINAL
public. Sciences between June 1 SURPLUS STORE
THE CENTER of Man "is built in its entirety upon the idea of man and Dembe 15, 1972, all
as unlisted in potential for love, creative achievement and continued expenses, for l Ban
self-renewal," according to Dr. Sidney Jourard, one of the Center's $2,000.00 Fully tranfersble I
directors credits from Florida State BLACKSMITH N THER
The center is sponsoring a year-long series of "programs for University System Study In CHOCOLATE
personal growth" in the form of lectures, demonstrations and Centrs. Write: BROWN CUSHION
weekend workshops, according to Dr. Carolyn Griffis, assistant SCOLLAR; BROW DRING LACES.
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.ANWI~oW0011 opwowft fbed an= IS the the six-month old complex
problsii. "wver," he said "my service
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&4y ngA SW 7 -dW I n th*i olmis to a purchase type stor. I have
Road Coff, o~ ~&aft#,t buslags. 1U first my regular customers." h
burber 40ks that ALAVIC to record shop clerk, Mrs. t~~~~~wDt cfW* and Dwhdyo m. -"When the Brockington, believed the same
.0 ~oiie bndyu Ia aetatnae way. She commented, "We do
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dog, ddft on by. y 011ce pr
do, diw o byand Argis 4t,0' Ie oosmnad. to steady customers."
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theAIAuVIu Shopping CetrAlo h- trsapae
cosits1o a r by ba and clrs.I nest and clean. In the sundries
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and zn~is stw. ~~vuS JoSwphiIO Rentz said, "Wege
sand sds stor Maw ony sm epe~is okay but it still could be
Sotasrf us tlbi r provedd"
TIhloOa SI bf aht ad- aft work" The store was With the. exception of the
*complx don't "M t virtual* anipy. barber shop, only one employee
c'*u.19t~ab~ilmu. a ll lv kAU bd~cd could be located in each store. A Asstockholder, Al Daniels, said
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Fla. (UP) 19-yearold Fla. State Univrsity previosly reflected in a news," he said. "But I think
Rp ush Grainger, coedchassed heg esootch Tanlas police department theyoverdid it. I thiAktherewas
Dl at led Monday whisey and tried to entice her report ttatd to her. too much emphas on it."Posters
report 1ttgbsse to hrrrs to muPeOhssonI
fog review of arrest to pose for "lewd and M AT-ALETON dropped Glass Coarburetors 50 styles
F10 to uere the rights lacivious" photographs in a out of ait ts days after the -"-Brass Pipes 50 styles
of ,Oat persons so they are motel room. charges were filed and was Water Pi
clfssweeMdadwsWOWe Pipes .
protd when they are charged THE CHARGES WERE reported missing by her Electric Pipes
w hams. dropped last week after Leon roonuaate and boyfriend. Rudd Papers and Rollers 10 kinds
was arrested Dec. 7 County Prosecutor John Rudd said she came to his office Jan. 8 Papers and Rollers 10 kds
by Talhassee police after Miss said Miss Stapleton had and during a conferenceRoach Clips
Stephanie Stapletoq, a repudiated material facts repudiated some of the CokeSpoons
statemilti wich had been.- Poafches and Appliques
atibutedtolheg. .Custom Printed Lighters er round you- ll "I think we need to review Pot Bookse
the laws pertaining to arrest, to Studs
people charging other people
Micanopy, Fla. (UPI) The long-haired gang_ from the "OKay with crimes," Grainger told UPI Clip coupon and tend for free
Corral" linked forces with deputies in wide-brimmed hats to teach Monday. "By my experience, catalog today to Brney-Krp
this quiet town a lemon in human relations. maybe something good can and Friends, P.O. Box 4066,
A deputy sheriff named John Paul Jones, who befriended the conme out of this." Terminal Annex, LA.Col.
hippies who had set upshop in one of the town's oldest'buildings, said GRAINGER, who said he 90051 Dept.M
suspicious residents "now realize there are people under all that hair." would resume his legislative The Christian Science
JONES, WHOSE great grandfather's old homestead is still standing duties when the regular session Monitor Facts Ideas Please send me your free mail
in this moss-draped town of 1,000, organized a work party over the convenes Feb. 1, said since he Monitor. Facts. what order catalog today.
weekend to rid the streets of beer cans, trash and falling branches, was not an attorney he did not Solutions That's what order mtalog today.
Fellow deputies from the Alachua County sheriffs office know exactly what portion of the Monitor is all about. Bney-Karpand Friends
volunteered' to help, along with a colony of '"freaks" from the Earth the law needs chhanging to To prove this to yourself P.O. Box 4086
Foundry,whose activities normally are focused on the making and protect the inocent, send us the coupon Terminal Annex, LA. CaL
selling of pottery, furniture and leather goods. "But it's the' Mes that Well send you the l OM
"I'd heard some folks say that the long4-hairs were the ones littering someos can walk in off the free copies without Name
up the town," Jopes said. "And we wanted to show them (the street and charge you," aild the free copies without Name
long-hairs) we believe in them. They told me they wanted to show the 43-year-old fAdumm lwmaker. obligation.
town they do cire about the community and wanted to do something "This ha to be looked iato." - - - dd
meaningftal." "I know we have an outlook as e"'" I
A WORK FORCE of about 25, half of them off4uty deputies, with now about war on crime," he Please send me some fee I
three trucks moved through the streets picking up litter. continued. "But I thi prces compies of The Christan
woe a real naice bunch'ofguys," Jones said. "we got along we hav to be surm the innocent Scence Mon.tor City, State & Zip
re U. Most of them are quite warm and friendly." are protected also." m I
IT SURRED some of the old-time residents to do some cleaning GRAIINGER ID he asked A*,s .' I
up of ther own. to be relieved of his legislative I
Buster Mountain, a barrel-chested mechanic who runs the town duties until the charges were I
gaage, was busily sweep leaves from the sidewalk. "I haven't got resolved. "They have been av IND IT
time to talk now he said. resolved by the dismissal of sae R GT
Headquarters of the long-hairs is a rickety three-store structure on charges by the Leon County T cisnAN S C MoR I CLASSIFIEDS
thfar endi-oftown whichwas a department store until 1907. It has prosecutor and therefor l. I fe P.0 Box 125 Asa;or StatDon
now been converted into a sort of art gallery, with craft shops and that it automatically voids that Boston Massachusetts 02123 I
hippie apartments on the upper floors, request," he said. -- ---- -
LOCAL LEGEND insists that actor John Drew once came to Grainger said there had been
Micanopy to perform in a playhouse on the second floor, which was no pressure exerted for him to i
the most exciting thing that had ever happened there until a recent resign his post. He said he had Le m To Lear Tutoring Servke
shootout. not decided about seeking
A 33-year-old fugitive from Michigan was found holed up in a re-election this fall, saying he improve your grades
cistern underneath the building. He was flushed out with tear gas. would "have to look at that We he lp you
"They call it the OKay Corral now," said Jones. when I come to it." prepare more effectively
WITH THE UNIVERSITY of Florida in Gainesville just 11 miles to
the north, Micanopy the oldest settlement inAlachua County- has Grainger, who maintained his for exams.
been attracting more and more youths. innocence to the charges Fee $28 for a six session course
At Thrasher's General Store, the 84-year-old proprietor recently through his attorney, refused
summed up the feelings of many about the long-hairs, again Monday to go into detail Take a course at L.L.T.S. cal 372-5878
"Our biggest problem now is keeping the hippies out," said J.E. about the case. "I would rather
Thrasher, whose store was started by his father in 1892. That's what not rehash the whole case we have to contend with now." through the news media again,"
But -Jones believes that attitude is the result of a lack of he said.
understanding. GRAINGER SAID he felt the
"If Martians landed on earth, everybody would be afraid of them press generally gave his case fair
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,7IV7 IN F, r..
A u is our galest woopon
..e .. a relations
depUhmat. And we aebae as o dth bet
WRM"ATERF M : Think abut' those two
wedhL am is tin W the UP,
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In ot & werds Iweds out a st al A t e bad.
And sMs out ons ofm the fast Copy yeud wr want
tobl5"yVo Vepn
7Asd the bad? es, you-knhow l tis with the b.d
Akngswit ttwhos bhmnd nothu bef~ it4eit
wylaid into the circlar files.
ThsPR department the UF keeps foll to tell
Its laqst MeMlos i hat it A that was th ruth fre
they tl e odj el what It Is that the trathdiould be.
Yo vo heard e ep 1a fore. The AM 2 00
of them on campus. In t buse arg they call them
students. At the UF, they are the last to know.
IN ALL FAIRNESS most of the credit ha got to so to P.A"
the admnstratki. It works re hard to be sure info
servicesis not ovmeloaded with. work.
So, much of the Infornmation is n ,ever told to their PR
squad In the first phla t in't hdden ... just never let out.
Whichbrings us to a 200-foot hole. Or the Millhopper, as
it Is oommostly known.
While 23,000 students and the great majority of faculty The road Ohead
go about breaking their daily bread certain that on Saturday afternoon when they head out to the Millhopper for a quiet walk it would still be the same one or two key administrators, the state department of Parks and
Recreation, several professors and a graduate student,
developed a plan to create a new Millhopper. Pr io ritie s
A MIL OPPER replete with:
* approximately 64,000 square feet of parking and
driveway areas
. 2 1/8 miles of improved trails and four niles of nature
* flash toilet -ilo n16 n
oe flush toilet .serl od br s By BRUCE ALPER Dominican Republic $5-million in 1965 and
construction of several wooden bridges across the $8-million in 1969 to be used for the economic
rainef Tre. Speaking of priorities, it was recently reported development of that country, but that tourism was
The Parks & Recreation Division may have done the that the Agency for International Development is included.
unhhetfty an outtMdmg favor'iItl -the take-over lending a large sum of money to a privately owned Certainly tourism can be an effective source of
of the land and its transformation into a park. hotel in the Dominican Republic. In an effort to funds for a nation seekifhg to develop. However, are
The university may be handling the whole affair justify the loan totalling some $126,442, officials we to be parties to the construction of a private
magnificently. claimed it would be used to "promote tourism." resort which no doubt will never be used by the
And the students of this university might not be able to poor and illiterate of the Dominican Republic?
An te re Among the items which the loan will help finance Senator Clifford P. Case has said: "Barring some
ask for anymore.
MAYE Expt that no one ever told them about are inch things as a swimming pool filter system, extraordinary explanation, this is a shocking misuse
MAYBE. Except that no one ever told them about diving board, underwater lights and restaurant of the aid program." Yet an official, speaking on redoing the Millhopper in the first place. There was no equipment. Bar stools, toasters, griddles, hot plates behalf of A.I.D., has said that "the promotion of
consideration of an essential student perspective the and an electric frankfurter warmer are also included, tourism is a legitimate use of aid funds."
environment in a plan that could seriously alter the IT SEEMS TO me that the building of schools,
ecological balance of the Millhopper for all time. ALL THIS equipment is for the Pinar Dorado hospitals, and decent housing for the people of the
And finally no one consulted the student, or any formal hotel which contains fifty-nine rooms and is located Dominican Republic is a much worthy purpose ror
faculty body. near Constanza, some sixty miles northwestof Santo our money than the assisting of some hotel owner
We propose the immediate establishment of a presidential Domingo. who wants to get rich.
committee with the mandate of reviewing 't get angry yet. A.I.D. officials also But let's not get upset. The Nixon Administration
standing omitewt th madtofrvengllannounced that the $126,422 was only a part of a has impounded $202-million in funds for the
projects conducted now or in the future that might in some $350,000 loan being made to the developers of the food-stamp program.
way effect the environment. hotel by the Fund for Investments and Economic sn'tam ta.
HOW ABOUT the Presidential Committee on Development, which is an arm of the Dominican Funny, isn't it, that we're spending $126,422 to
Environmental Affairs? Central Bank. give some tourists a nice place to stay when they get
It would save the embarrassment of another Lake Alice IT WAS also reported by "other sources" that the to t Dominican Re blic but he at home we'
Loop Road. Agency for International Development had lent the hunger. Kind of turns your stomach, doesn't it?
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The s faS a b CHu yaRG m ybe h areaaa18at
totaitarI the Arouhmy-= an ebro*h lawyer. After a day or a Week, n.
urosethe of theaains any other member the soldier leans that he must
pe they are usuly sbi tep
Atlthem u @ a f that' the MP's apprehended council. When his lawyer first
Ictaly IS JUTt ah f In anyaas the omht a ending fr ith lack yfwdfene crouns hito.
"iue nis expensive forall y atr n on let e
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WNWJ~ CI"G~ may be Chargst is iialun
tUr Affer ith thenw s A oher aderute an th his caste. *.
spningi=5' twoye- artm rineo h civilian liewic osl ice Th"letd htbcme ,z .
oThe -, 'ggg.inpu a brought by any m red of the lawyer. After a t oa e
purpo ithO theg of the Amli, they are usually i u it eartl m he WtM al *
brought against a soldier by his Form 510o to jAG to reqwd
Itc ade po KIa qft Il Comma ed o ending ceOfficer. It may beviste on hy t
ame r te that e MPs te apprehended council. When his anve ian .t i
Ac"justice" a fair t in t s the military ter for its aher e
bringstd the cha Aftrge ilaonie doeforte aeit hisusally..*
Tria Unformra~wrlR Cod of arrested) the individual for a four weeks have ateady PTe 26".
sand i fCmt until cimm or the civilian police The client discovs ta bcs .0
proven presumed arrested him and turned hinm of the great amunt of cam G .
guilty untic (M -- i over to the military authorities which rm at the Anietutes A-nd .
boo oIlS of Armykind of In nease n thie Comanding the lack of defense councils, his
stchae arebrough agaite a cle,"a nlune s Eetal,"h odeoe .0 .
serviceanit they ,Are liste as keth aayrom the other. to rilaw. I l f y etwponr a.*
viltoso C atce.Fr tr (the officer need no miitryexp erine Iu NE 4. ,s "*6
"justie," a ua c a gedl Officer files the a i charges formally attorney w o't be able toh l iveH .
the Uniae e withthe JAG office, adequate attention to his cae. of c hrs
Aricletr 8 AIn civilian lifhe, whi ia im h the etio
ANDin n -W M SO, Arm stckads ar ie ofcranidvulssoite
THE o TRIAL OF an/ i ndua pckdfl on re-tria pr tisonyte wivt My Lireacdial only three, sled a slld "a _f placi tobe, a person charged b WHILE AWAITING os
Dnfep as sending n the police with a crime is held in court-martial, the typoual
soee th charges h aitr jail ore released on ba depending confinee is visited only twice by *o *
jkdgeprson the nature of the violation. In his lawyer. If any investigation
superiors speifin rule which keepm
f"amlar it e r e e the Army, the officer wh o or w itness gathering must bea
e Ju asdtin brings te Charges Weneill confine done for the cas, it Is usually 3out
Tice "Uniform Code of the individual in the stockade in incomplete if done at all. The
The R o what is termed, "Pre-trial lawyer simply hasm t theo tire to
Military Jus c" (M ) c ius, the Confinement. In this way, t he devote to each individual. l
book of rws of the Anan. When scaaed ad fluenceou" is Evyaaly ath sodes w
charges ar e brought against a guarld, a I h e vry ocITy it diestrs othe serviceman, they are listed as kept away from the other to trial. In all of my two year PA 47'~
ostroops. a(The officer need not military experience, I NEVER en f
violatiors, ofcfyn rues parties keep 40
place a man in confinement heard of any soldier, be he op'awa U I35, Tis EWGP~T IL
example, an u cuar before-t he comes totrial for most officer or enlisted an, declared i
with absenytrphimself without
leave, d is chaed with violin offenses, but they ge nerally innocent of charges brought Article 86, A.W.O.L. atog do.) against him with the exception
civiia ateAND SO, Army stockades are of certain individuals associated
THE TRIAL OF an individual packedfull of pre-trial prisoners with My Lai. I recall only three a e ic a r
is called a "Court-martial." as well as convicted ones. Their officers charged on my poste
counilsfor he ccusd, he cntienta Unted tats (a deeitfl ad inquiablefora smaller but Plesso modzie a orpe oeable Kigongntt therwarelyn Depending on the nature and crimes range from A.W.O.L. to compared with thousands of
severity of the cres, the trial armed robbery, from selling enlisted men. Inar the Army, ay consist of oneejudge, three marijuana to assault. The Army POSITION Is nine-tenths of the judges, or a panel of "peers" and regulations take great carei in ide
ndesuperiorses specifying rules which keep
pre-trial prisoners separated A court-martial is or r an
C~ftFISPumkin otiffloal dsign on not ake lows serious. o rgen conseredlyadu to bewicesa d o ut r adl olis; arewt The Judge Advocate General's from the sentenced ones, but in absurdity. It is a play acted out en iteasi
office (called JAG) sets up practice, it jusrain't so. I have to please the people. The Army'sent o courts-martial, provides defense beenin nearly every stockade in entire system of justice i THE NEKKID APE. After the University of Florida's singular sex councils for the accused, the continental United States (as deceitful and inequitable for a
provides judges to preside, and a guard), and I have never seen free society; it destroy ys the rating in Playboy magazine a couple of years ago, there was really no ap ints ua ineuto ured a tnthe rs ouns o e s f w t Naturally your reporter, whose features are decidedly
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is 3 Jsatrly Orsag and 8/or* alria. Predued s ##y Twit~W .
- ~B@for tim publication fofcs Uvqiverity tseg d publicteents by
e Division of information Srvces and the i Functis ffi.
The following is a memorandum Dr. ET Ye vce prasidmnt for FACULTY
b_ Wiltlim E E mre-ike agr s m he Dear Hn eld +enson 4lpresident for adnistlfrative Unikity geoated for more appaki to all interested facultyst f
affairs to all deans, directors and than a at~ of aMI pledges and membes on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at department chairman about coqitibutiens ta the recent 3:30 p.m. in Room 349, Rei
salary overlap: Alaghua (~snyUnited Way Union. The autject of his speech C m
Section 4605 (c) (3) (a) in the campaign. The University's will to "Tenure Good, Bad
Handbook on Business pledges and contributions and Indifferent." ly will cor
Procedures relating to alary totaled $10 l2, a 21 per cent the attitude of the legislature overlap is in the proceisof being increase oveldihe total for 1970. towards tenure, the effects of
printed. Ii the meantime, this It is a 60 per cent increase from recent court decisions on tenure if yom a 5staf npoyee at Em unimsuity and Inve a quaset memorandum is your authority two years ago. and the upgading of quality by abouth peee sd preeuse alleelbag suff employs, please
to proceed according. The grating tenra. The address is sena it to "Was 8taf iter" Rena. 24e Hub. It is reqguashd that
revised overlap policy is as sponsored by the Univesity queasin bealed to tes ef a genegrd naue and not ladivhlual
follows: Professors for Academic Order. prelems. UMagaggle Saliteas will set permit us to p*udg wary
"For training purpages a new qumilan ani alar, quadeasql ml belaose for puatisd
employee ney be hired on ad of e _t_ n eteat of h ret
occupy the same Ine tem Alacious County Unied Way
concurrently as the departing ama gn,"Dr Yor said, "I MILITARY LEAVE
employee Such overlap may not tMik it is higaly sesslmnery 0. If art employee is ordered to short-term military training in
exceed 10 working -days* of Uhiweruity psonnel to EXPECTANT PARENTq connation with annual field training or active duty for training
eluding any acoued anrnal respond asthey did to this TIw Collepe of Nursin of the ecoarcises onstoM during o called year, is he subject to
leave the depating emlPoym :ominalty program. The Uniuvsity of Floride is offering the provision that suth leave with pay shall not exceed 17 calendar
may have, unless written UnJUIiay'.s a during to antern sari, of Expectat days in any one calender year?
judfloalksn is aprvdby the ea tw er lesbe a major Petsa classes beginning
Permn ivised on. p of e dpican increase Moraerala.24, at 7:30p.m. in
insistoms where overlap in aised in the United Way Room MSOS. Thee will be a $5 A. This type of leave is one of the 11 kinds of leave available under
4emmes of der Includi e al. Suq an incrase is cherg per coupl. It consists of t nisadwme poly. You are eorect in your nt station of
annual leave Is reqked* nolale and commendable in dx Maday having ssions the mximum bents avalale per calendar year for short term
lustifioation must be submitted view of the salary frema during from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. In Room military training. Any such leave that is in exces of 17 calender days
in writing ao the Psonal the caswpaign as wall a the fact M504. Those Interated and cannot be covered by administrative leave.
Division, Hub. University personnel in winding toregistr for the classes
DThis overlap policy is subject general have received ee than daould call 2-3614.
to fund avaabifty.'t i l 0. In view of the fact that the grawiting of extended military leave to
Form 441 is no longer sla in te toy ." employees is mandatory after completion of six months of
required when the overlap sasfactory, continuous, and creditable service, can such leave be
period does not exceed 10 wanted to an employee prior to his completing six months of service
oing days eaduding accrued at the discretion of the University?
annual leave and the total leave Dr. York noted that he FOREIGN STUDENTS ANDoe f
S..including accrued annual leave wished to express special FACULTY
doestnot e eed noe3 awk appecitio too ea Ch
d nt ee im ai of t llDge a Fore n students, faculty and A. No, there is no longer any provision for granting extended
Rimart,-- hI n your bout twol Yto o Mf recent~ 3:0pn.I om 4,R lm
ovays. o their family are invited to military leave prior to the completion of six months of satisfactory,
ooAgriculture for his service a welcoming dinner to be held continuous, and creditable service. An employee still in his first six
REGISTRATION CHANGES University chairman. He also Friday, Jan. 21, at 6 p.m., at the months who is drafted or volunteers for active duty should resign or
expressed gratitude to th many Fi te ian Church, on be terminated from state service. Of course, he would be eligible to
Anyone wishing to enter the campaign captains and workers the corner of SW Second Ave. reply based on his qualifications at the end of his tour of duty.
upper division, change from one and also the people who and SW Third Str eet.
college to another, or begin contributed and pledged to the Baby-sitting will be provided at
post-baccalaureate work or campaign for cy on te f an employee as a reued n hoa v redit at lit tai o in
apply for admis sion he pn rou gho t h h e cur of c pta i n poe a a anualea c is thr th times ofjchis
Graduate School must file an Univers ity induction into the military service and he does not return from
application with the Registrar's military leave upon termination of his origin al enlistment period, is he
Offices by Jn. 21. Applications eligible to be paid for his accrued annual leave credits at that time or
for those who indicated theyw GRADUATE COUNCIL does he forfeit such leave?
Thisy typ of la is one "of w of I kinds of lamtwobbleunde
plan to make a change are in the "Special mention goes to the MEETING
numnl ute abtn ln, Dr. ormnfk id, "1r~l MILITAR LEA hemai Vin oEf avibl e'oxeryrfr*wt
malK. If you do not receive an studen t leaders, Tip Grahao m and There will be a meeting of the A. IThe employee is eligible to receive full pay for al accrued
oxIdn0 wokn0+disro itvrdyihM loETATAP.NT fontto wt u fad rnigoratieduyfo rann
application and wishm I to change, Bruce Singer, who coordinated Graduate Council Thursday, Jan. an oal leave credits (not to exceed 240 hours) when he advises the
report to Room 34, Tigert Hall the campaign within thetudent 20, at 1:30 p.m. in Room 264 of University, or when it is determined that he does not plan to return to
to file the application e c body," n r. York concluded. th e GSIS Building his position.
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m hIf your heatdIg system has seen better days.t. replace it now... .e
Fuorm 441 Is noIlonge fth cot 11 m lo ltllse olnn
16/ et us. make a loan.
period don n-ot n 10 grUdTa.nthd tyo an lemoyeeonrior to is colinsi mo nths lf slerie
mlworking day s ex cluding + uedn atl th discetio of thel pl I o b1 f hWUnirsityyorkm13mllmo
annual Ma l teo ta sr lam D r. note d thmnat e FORIn STDET AND mo h mknm wl~lem dndryrfrdottn
Including accue thaPnnual isedpin w~u fc to04 expres specnd cFACbcULTdydYnitatvl
does not~la ex c 30 working appeciaio o eanve IC hae A.ul cNll thr2-3ologr514.oiio o ga
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.11111117 10 */2 2 have been busted n OReed Mev ft
heirt Icluded, perfect shape, 4 month olo adVet Caitt deck
- 5 o asking $335, Call 376-6610 after 5 mod 201 by syste Il-ttn ne
t___________________-__ 6290. now $200 call 376407 y u fy m
,1 I M I 576 76 (a-5t43-p) af 5 moe 2o0 ey se -n g
(&-51:40-p,) .o ,..o more for yo rm n y m al
... t41-P) 1971 electrophonic 8-track am-fm more for your money meal
emd i st (Original cost $135.00) pl FOR SALE: wicker love mat $20.00;
sound 9 -tracks (many double albums) now box spring and mattree $40.00, I S
(&3t42) all for $165.00 Call Ike 378-3889 Japanese ho ; $15.00 call j 0 0at
.....~~~~~ (a-3t:44-p) a en aocs150cllea
extra swm Ca l 19400 24 i. (-3t4) 373-0144 after 5:00 p.m. (a-t41-p) RI
whees 20 Wgt. -w *a e4ghts Girls bike Excellent Condition 3
hu gears 5i a3 t hl0 and lociW k sped Chrome fenders act. $30. call 5 Acre Mobile Home St 10%. ca" 376g1ggg after!spInM. all new 373-3461 ( a-2t42-p) Down 10 Yrs. to Pay M. M.
(-tl ) 282.6 a'et#~ as, n 373-346..( 4.) Parrish & Assoc. Inc. Retor
(a*St42P) GOOD BUY1l Panasonic turntable; 372-5375(a4 0-p) TUAYS RE
Stereo: 44gs, Sii & Superex Concord amp; linut speakers.. GOLDEN F
headphoneS) *I9 & Qarrard Worth $120 am selling for $70. DYNACO SCA 80QIII NEW 80 watts
changers Su AOC & other Please call 373-6083 after 4:30 pm. rms, 4-dimensfoni stereo amplifier. ALL YOU AN EATncrtridge % ofa .on most (a-2t4-64-p) retail $249 my price $179 call LL U NE
carstridgeasr & toff 376-2382 or 372-1014 anytime
decks lot e4l* f stu and staff. 198 Kawaski 250 Excellent (-5t-1p)
378-9192 (04111 ) condition. Good tires, new chain and
._ engine sprocket Two helmets. for sale stereo amp 120 watt H-K I WED W AY FEATURE
boys columbla 10 speed bike brand Inspected nov $325 call 373-4270 Sltatlon 12 6 month warranty $150. z
new reasonable price 376-9864 (a-5t4-64-p) 378-4678 (a.4t461-p) 4 ROAST TURKEY
(a-5t-62-P) air-conditioner sears cold spot 6000 Dolbylzed cassette deck: sony TC-20 wi
btu, new last July, sell for $75 or calettecorder and teac A-50 dolby I MASHED POTATOE
trade for stereo amp, prefer sony dale unit both In excellent Cond. $140.
trae fr sere am, pefe soy dle call art at 3268or 3257 hamilton 373-2155 after 10. call art at 39261-p) 648 or 372278 DRESSING
(a-3t4 4 -p ) (a-5 t4 _1-p)C R A N B E R RYS A U C E
TENNIS FOR EVERYONE and Yamaha R5 350cc Late 1970 Model L C B SAC
everything for tennis rackets Less than 5000 miles. Quick and -- .everything for tennis rackets, Clean. Bought car, must sell bIke. restringlng, balls, clothing, + Lessons $575 Call Marty at 376 6 LUNCH: 11 il 2 SUPPER4:30til 8 FREE PARKING
call BOB Jackson 378-6346 (-5t-61-p)
(&-5t-64-P)______________ ____AR studio quality amp. 120 watts
GIRLS 5 SPEED BIKE WITH rms $125. Rk 0 Kut ORRisoR s
BASKETS BRAND NEW NEVER Rondlne 2 professional turntable- CRFETERIR. on comparison
USED $50 OR BEST OFFER. call $125. Akal solid-state x-150d tape
37346490 (a-5t464-p) deck Cross flelid head $125. Must
sell need cash. Call 373-1233 after 2620 N.W. 13th Street in the Gainesville Mall
REFRIGERATOR for sale; $70. call 6:00 p.m. (a-St4-61-p) 378-1875 after 3:00 (a-2t4-64-p)
am drsblean never Yashica tI electro x sir camera with
army dress blues and greens nvr F/1.4 lense, lists for $280, askirng
been worn for officers also a buffet $160 like new cal l 37-for 280, 66 clarinet academy model call 1n3
378-9418 very reasonable (a-5t-64-p) (a5t43p)
AKC reg. Irish Setter male 9 mos. old
wonderful pet or show prospect Champion lines $125 378-3685 After p
5:00 p.m. (a-3t-62-p) b t a ss?
spinet piano $375. Good condition. RATED NO 1
call mike 372-7975 / 392-2061 R
3(a-5t40-p) 2nd Ave. & 2nd St. SE
HONDA 1970 CB 350 excellent
condition great road bike. padded sissy bar $550 call 372-7561 after 4
p.m. (a-3t4-62-p)
Lahasa Apso & Poodle Puples AKC
A registered championship background
TO AM M R Ideal apartment pets get a "lap dog"
or poodle 1373-1059 466-3224
HOM E A PO INT! FOR better cleaning, to keep colors
glearning, use Blue Lustre carpet
cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1.
Electric upholstery shampooers also
available. Lowry Furniture Co.
Feb. 10 is final day to (A-tf-c)
order your 1972 U of F FIREWOOD 1h cord lots (1 ton) pine
yearbook uy Vol.logs, cut to length & split, free yearbookBuy Vol. I or delivery with kindling, call 392-2233
Vol. for $3.50 or both nite 378-0164. $16.00 (a-5t-55-p)
with FREE slipcase for Hammond Organ w. Leslie Tone
$7.00 Cabinet New $2400 Book value
$1400 Sell $1000 cash MUST SELL
Contact kevin kronk 2-8703
(a-5t-60-p) 1'
CINEMA I NOWI AT: 2:SS-5:10-7:25-9:40 LAlF8WF
The Humtrs.Jhe Prey, and the Heroes!
coLuMIA PtcniJRES Presents STANLEY KRAMER'S Production ofISU
th .i' WW
CIN I AT: 3:05-5:25-7:45-10:05
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_________________3734427. 44t4-p PATbsemet o w~fe
wo"WN weht emil37360k or
' l, '2 roommats weeded. La Blonus Vie 30-7"0 *W trying* (gt4.2p)
deArt. 349 TownhouseCi JmoSe
A iiacbe roomii erllm ~ a__ _ "_ j__________________ ree I
orSperauls n et -$16 Listeriws wafitedi WIN pay *2.00 for R e u'call 3764779 ayie(44p
CM0"11after s00 p.L deity English speaking and havwe5 noSOWmal-- 62 ponche-prfet cond- rebult'
(b-101:44-p) he~~~Iauing. Please call Connio etwe HW T8 ~ r&1:0ell-,Itro 7-0 ala
________________and 5 for an appointment. 392-2049 AT 500.M. or Mae4hn 0Qw~
To Sublet: beginning 3rdqtr. 2 trying9p his Is la goonca nuufl")~e
4FeI ____air cond. furnihed at ON vftew e g o 504 Members 75t Public tdghwgow04P
(b.343-p) collectons and single US coins -must sell 1970 pormch$L 914 yellow
gol, livrtype,.coins needed. I also U AUT o ancr1anwa/ms
A, ~motl aal. Ca34l0 STU EN GOVERNMENT ado4*'L ultI rl br$2
A 1.2 "1a0s ladmr papr month seR o.3300 cO4~ ATIISKEL E unde FAUT want. ar 37627 neomrms
0 ttes Jnrent a.utiltis fr CLUB Uvidir con buit n oleba1Sil
retocheaoh'9&9po eapm no utilifties. Fcale Frslim
bv apt temp .rw -in- t .- 1 1Lf-lPI
00"5 Ca 87-04 or r I)I I
2 puaLl. Feb 91. Caoil ForAS the f@4
~~,~hdr9%tiI.Nearseholfmale v01eneeded for ButlIer (b~~t'*.p) 101" by A746lpt lo' Mowin
low Janual ret l ei(4
-aft, rent *free maeromat
nesed, nonesoker. to sir deai, WRtUF needs banintter operators Surlft 'House apt. 9#001/ e~ AM to- 100 PM Monday
utI1411ies. 1 *Olcis W" frm4* through Fri 1a.. Fistlss or 3rd
Seior, or grad studeunt to sho two CnatE Hnk 907
bied hous. laWg yard and 2 cr(4t0c
gar lFV~to bedroom, al
3 rP -7 3 iiy;Irn.- Carpeted#
P~m ptL 23 all 73-658,fcw Space Salsman for local' Shopper. a le 1 S5, aT0e good~ shs gt el btIo*usnaErnch
engine call Hobart 376493" &invaluable praca experience.
(b-$t~S1p) 372-544 or 376-5716 e5t~owp)
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frLe" afte MOO61 (t-5t43.p) doMau ken555 Alork Moe art
tbaslnIt.atralno 6I4* 3thn
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centrdl heat, caret fenced041 yard
carport.$2800 don or bes ofe t. # Fowodi sta nek willgth
376t8er afe5:0 l a eadfo t euncl la
weekends ( 392-18644 or 392-6649 day or night
PERONATo whoever has iuny Wale.: 1 isvi or "to** A. PERON L heart. Send stuff to 37eain
and photos! Love,
takngtheLSTcall BILL HAHN (1-3t-64-)
373-1849 between 4 & 10 p.m. for
'I M Info On a Course now being offered .SR CECapspmrsSei
~~hc may-lt59p help Improve yaw score. o
Sen.. 29
POETRY WANTED for poetry We're wired for sight at Univerty Love"gu 122-123 anthology. Include stamped envelope OptiIans. Drdve Your Own waiting for prompt reply. IDLEWILD room to 535 SW 4th ,Avenue. L. Waynue Ritz Union
PRESS, 1807 East Olympic, ,Los 378-4480 (m-49t4p) Angeles, California 90021rebyJR (J-25t-48-p) riding. Instruction hunt seat lightedSo o b.IR
ring horses boarded box stll pasture
trails superb care trail rides sleepy
9. Natural Foods. Vitamins, HI-pro hio os am 3315
products, -yogurt makers & JUICers. lwhos ar 7315
S u n fIower Heaith Foods. 7 (m-5t,62.p) LW.tUnlversity. Downtown. 37-98 CAKES H omne. bpked and L I A O L S I I D
(4tp)3898 professionally dciforated for all ALL G T R C skii E S
occasions; Includes delivery' call
% iI~~~~~~. ~Co-eds Facial Hair removed forever, B.A.P. CAKES 37"-232 (mn-t-42-p) T lc lsiiduetefr eoedsrcl deet h, low-cost gentle hair remoeval. T ic lsiifuetefr eotadsrcl ~e*t h
4%EDMUND DWYER.- Electrologist Typing Ex eld U-F following instructions: Minumn charge is $1.00 for 4 lirem For each
in~~~tR102 N.W. 2nd Ave. Call 372-6039 for secretary th~eses, ds" 1%etc. additional line add 26 cents. Mluhply the touI by the number of days the
i:24 512114127;# appointment. (J47t-56p) electric typewriter 4.50 per pop ad is to tun, then subtract the discount. The disount blow Is appikable
Doule Stble atBufalocall Marilyn Allan 378-4153 ONLY IH the ad is run in congestive day&. THlERE ARE NO REFUWOI
.7 LAST offer fine horses and new' tralls fort4. Tin mopmne of paymen w~th a~Rting copy dower n t suselt a
3 your English or- Western riding for only Alve dollar per week our 161 diM agreement, on the Florka A1111peor to pulsli mid copy. The
DAYS pleasure Also hayrides Party-facillitles cleaning sevIce can keep your house arkle Allptor reseves the right to eat a ode judge of the sultabill
4668-1872 468-1671 OJ-5t40-p) or apt professionally clean for Info
9. cll le 72-762 ~ ay or all advertising copy submitted for publication, and the right to
5t 1t4S 9. Recycled garments are beck at the 378-4092'(mn-t44-p) mwisa, delay, to: Alilato Cylassifledsopy
3u6u571 Leethet -Shopt 1122 W Untverst M tw4NC STALE Horsbah rate (sheek prefe toweliaordissfid
flannel shirts $2 corduroy shirts P94IO SALSHreak Room 330, Reitz Union, Gaineel~e, Florkd., 33001.
$3 long winter coats $10 army Riding, Hay RideSBoarilng, Melros fel jackt -$ Je11Ans -43.50 fur 475-1700 (a-9eMp Ddin -3:00 p.m. 2 do"s prior to stinrtig clay
bl comts $25 leather Jackets $20-25DON TO DRB PON
M MO 4tER ''EARTH has illll W
flatural foods for natural humans. ~: .
4 604 nw 13th St. mnon-fri 1048 sat 10 "DIMONDS ARE ;: :='
LAS 40 saea,~t FOREVER"
DAYS Saddles & tack Double J Stables at 8U,
Buffalo Ranch 468-1872 468-1671 STARTS TOMORROW i.' *.- i..
37435(-l0t-62-p) N.Y. FILM CRITICS AWARD a . .
I Volunteers needed for for the film af ~ i
OF cmmittees --t the JWRU. First 'TN E NIFIEST r- I** >- ~meein Tus a 8 at 7: 30 Pm In
m e e t i n g T u s J a n 1- . :
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In our Advanced Course the monthly subSistence allowance has just been increased. From $50 to4100.
One hundred dollars every month for 10 months of the school
year. To spend on room and board, dates and ball games.
To save for grad school.
But Army ROTC means a lot more than more money. It means management and leadership experience that
you just can't get anywhere else. The kind of thing that can
land you a better job, and move you along faster once you et it. It means a commission as an officer and everything
tat goes with it. The prestige, the pay, the chance to travel,
the experience.
Now ROTC looks
even better. For the money
you'll earn today. For the person
you'll be tomorrow. See your ,
Professor of Military Science
Army ROTC.
The more you look at it,
the better it looks. P**-.,o. C-n
Florida Blue Key. Omicron Delta 4EG, Omicron Delta Kappa. Phi Eta If you didn't take BASIC ROTC. And if you Kappa. District President of Sigma. Scabbard and Blade. Gator
IInterfraternity Council. Past-President Guard. Larry has completed the
a soPHOMORE. Or if you will enter of Delta Chi Fraternity. Outstanding Army's Airborne and Ranger School
are aOP. Army ROTC Scribe for SY 1970-71. programs }while enrolled in Army
ROTC Outstanding Army ROTC ..
GRADUATE SCHOOL next September. You can Cadet for Military Science I, II, and
still take the ADVANCED ROTC program and ..***********..* ****************************** ** *************' "
ARMY ROTC Van Fleet Hall Campus
receive $100 per month. Call ,
Mame Captain Becknell at 392-1395. or elss
come Van Fleet Hall. ______cde-it_ Statuss
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coah has not been kind to big e 1wanejobonies W ea j th
Gatos' hon coort. bods." his tears t runwanyzhs now
"After the gase I told a the 1loss knocked the Wildests wan -61 guemS A t 186
device a tows the writer to ioate, magnify, phiosophiw andt
editorlaustewe (not t word le") are gotag to editriaele ay. dtmt t told d
get dresed. ft wabhot enough In
the locker room ayway, they.
BOXING DESeRVES to w as a sport. It is still an avenue for a didn't ar-condition that phte,"A M U R A
person from a ghetto culture with no educational opp ortunity and Rupp conunmated.
notable physical prowess to make it financially, Sports was once one "The say they air
of the greatest institutions a person had to escape imporisthd conditioned m ging
surroundings, but too many sports depend entirely upon college wet with sweat, I don't oow ua by vPEW MA Y
today. how you sportswriters fel but I MNt Am.i. t
If boxing is going to survive and it has been fighting for its life notice you have your coats off,"
for quite some tine promoters are going to have to stop looking for Rupp continued. With the support of Pat Conway, Weaver I jumped ahead in the
a quick buck at the expense of mage. ONE -GOOD thing," he dorm bowling league with a total pin fal of 1019. Conway must
Take last week's rheavyweight championship fight as an example. added, "they lowere the lghts. remain at the top of the Orange League peakas Hume I creeped up
The bout was scheduled in New Orleans the night before the Super That's about the best with a total of 976.
Bowl gans. The heavyweight championship of the world should never improvemst they've made." Blue league action is tight with Towers I beating the Broward Staff
be placed in a position where it can only be a sideshow, a footnote to Rupp was generous in praising with 14 pli to spare.
another event. Which Is what It was. his opponents. In the Student Wives bowlng league, Air Force II soared out in
Furthermore, this particular title duel was a mimatch. Terry 1I believe (Tim) Fletbor front of Business I.
Dnels, e most WASP boxers, amcdficed strategy for the Protestant looked good. He and (Dan) Boe SORRITY BASKTBALL found K whipp its blue league ethic and dued it out toe4o-toe. Daniels has courage, no one denies did most of the damage, but it opponent DIDD Wed y ht, AO over DG, 164, but DG
that, he didn't run away from Joe FPraier and he never shied away was Fletcher that hurt us the took reo the aeste g by whipph TA, 83.
from contact with the champ. He was a man on horseback with a mst." Dornatory md Sorority 'n..g. am minded to sig your teams
lance apast a tank, make that an enthe armored division. Daniels is a, Rupp also-priethework of up for baketballand bowing by Spm.ian.26.
brave man, a tough mann, a rough man. He is not heavyweight
chamain of their w edd.
,. 111 MAIAi DOLSHIMS were beaten every conceivable way
Slow,,.,on a" U2" Aft10%Ct~n
Maybe Dalas deserved to win, Tom Landry, with that stone face of
I bwas -aatlo t remindPL fan so the humonrless dAboical
vlain of a thousd slent movie sedials whose crafty plans for world .
conquest were always foled in the end.
Landry is too we veed in his sport and his teams were too good
to stay down forever. It just goes to prove you can't lose them all.
IF T are any regular readers of this column they may recall
the cohu spending a year in Baton Rouge one weekend last fa la t
Theyhlad onm sace riotshinthe Louslana state caitd las wekand it0
couldn'theselappened to a nicer town.
WilLSAM (FNBAL, Ray Graves' attorney, was called by us last
week (gramectin with Monday morning's hearing with John Parker.
O'Nea found it objectlinble that we were going to print a short n otice callhtteoatto thevent saying "al you're doing Is making
The fact of the atter is both the plaintiff and the defendent are
well known pubile figuies so there is no apology for presenting developments in the sit on these pages as thoe events occur. Both the plaintiff ad the defendent have been asked to comment every
tine an article on the subject was written, but Graves as Is his right
- has repeatedly declined.Bf hta d B d
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