Alcalá View 1980 1.6
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A column where USO employees can share information about services, bargain shopping, places to go, good restaurants, etc. Send your ideas to Sandra Edelman, De Sales 260. Inclusion of services, businesses, or ideas in no way represents endorsement by the Alcala View; contributions are from USO employees whose names appear in parentheses as sources of information. DOLLAR STRETCHERS: Fashions for Fractions, 7250 Engineer Road , #D --Patti Neugebauer says they offer women's fashions (labels such as Alex Coleman, Chemin de Fer, Pucci ni) for " unbelieveably low prices." Classic American films (e.g., Chaplin, Keaton , Fields) may be checked out from the San Di ego PubIic Library w ithout charge--all you need is a projector, 16mm (Barbara Carlson) . RESTAURANTS: Jimmie Wong's, 1354 University--good Chinese food , relaxed atmosphere, moderate prices (Susie Howell). The Wagon Wheel, Escondido--nice coffee shop, moderate prices, extraord inary cream pies baked on premises (Fran Swank). The Espana, Carlsb.:-d--Basque cuisine at reasonable prices and more-than-y ou-can– eat serving (Gary McNamara) . FUN PLACES: Universal Studio Tours-– pleasant one-day trip and tram tour; chi ldren 5-11 $4.50, $7.50 adu lts; Lankersham Sp rin g and summer are great for indoor flowering arrangements. If cut from the garden, the best time is in th e early morning before the flower is more than a third open. The newly-cut flowers should be placed immediately in water. It is a good idea to recut the stems after getting flowers from the florist. They tend to become callous at the tip and do not absorb water as well. The flowers will also last longer if a teaspoon of sugar is added to the vase water.
Peter Pitman, Physical Plant Enrique Plascencio, Physical Plant Edna Strazzini, Accounting Thu Tran, Physical Plant Gerardo Valdez, Physical Plant Alan Younker, Physical Plant
Helen Albright, Law School Gina Banks, Physical Plant Bette Bland, Registrar Katrina Burleson, Physical Plant Jose Conchas, Physical Plant Norah Cusick, Law School Jean Del Guidice, Security Mark Draper, Physical Plant Ann Field, Arts and Sciences Linda Galloway, Bookstore Mila Lugod, School of Business
GOODBYE AND GOOD LUCK : Judith Klein, Food Service Nyna Roukie, Registrar Sue Sorger. Arts and Sciences
letter(s) to the Editor
Please accept t his note as an expression of appreciation for the" Alcala View" . It is obvious from th e quality of the articles that a lot of work goes into each issue. You should know , therefore, that we, the readers enjoy them and find them interesting and informative. So, please, keep up the good work. Pat Watson Exit off 1-5 (Fran Swank) . Beautiful view from Coronado Bridge without paying toll if you take the U-t urn just before t oll booth (Bill Ritter) . HOWDOESYOURGARDENGROW? (ContinuedfromPagel) • * • * • * • * • * • * • * • * • * • * • * • * summer planting. A special tip for "They are very beneficial."
beginning of March. Once the rose sends new growth, it should be fe rtili zed once a month. Th e leaves should be misted ocassionally to avoid dust but watch for wa ter build-up. This is the cause of damaging mildew. Gardeners are very Ii mi ted in the use of insec ticides in public areas. The Environmental Protection Agency has set several regulations. Pesticides on the shelf are not considered dangerous for garden use and, as Bullock states,
planting fruit trees is to plant them in a separate area from the lawn. This is because fruit trees do not need to be watered as frequently as the lawn. Although it may take up to two years for a successful fruit yield, the wait will be well worth it. The best time to plant roses is when they are dormant or bare root. During this period, planting is not such a shock to the rose. This time lasts from December until the CALENDAR OF EVENTS
*Through March 13: *March 5: *March 6: "Herman Graffe: Retrospective Selections," in Founders Gallery, weekdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Noontime Concert, 12: 15, French Parlor, featuring Nicolas Reveles, pianist. Dr. Cornelia Wilbur, psychiatrist of the multi-personality patient Sybil , speaks in Camino Theatre at 8 p.m. *March 12: Noontime Concert, 12: 15, French Parlor, featuring Joy Hujsak on the Harp. *March 14: USO Choral Progam: Spring Concert--Vocal Ensemble. 8 pm. in the lmmaculata. *March 15: "Structure of the Intellect" Education Symposium, 9 a.m . to 4 p.m. in De Sales Board Room. •March 16: Beethoven Cycle, 4 p.m. in Camino Theatre. *March 17: Dick Braun Jazz Rehearsal, 6 :30 to 10 p.m. in Camino Theatre. *March 18: Milton Friedman, Nobel Prize-winning economist, speaks informally in Camino Theatre at 2 :30 p.m. *March 19: Noontime Concert, 12: 15, French Parlor, featuring Eric Smith on the violin. *March 20: Verdi Seminar, part of a course studying the composer Giuseppe Verdi, 7 :30 to 9 p.m. in Camino Theatre. *March 22: Alumni Association's Financial Seminar, with guest speaker consumer advocate David Horowitz. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Camino Theatre.
The Alcala View is published nine times per year by the Personnel Department of USO. Editor: Lorraine Watson. Assistant Editor: Bill Ritter. Editorial Board: Sara Finn, Sue Howell , DeForest Strunk, and Fran Swank. Producti on: Linda Ash and Michael Denaco. Overall content of the newsletter is determined by the Editorial Board, which holds open meetings each month. Articles written express the opinions of the author. We welcome contributions. The Editor reserves the right to edit copy for space and cont,ent.
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