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Vol. 59, No,
Tuesday, February 21, 1956
Sen. Bourke Hickedooper vR-It)
be tbe Republican keynote
pecker at the Hock Political Con-
vesuwa !arch 14-17, according to
Charlie Gomoa, a member of the
xcchXst coaimiaee far the con
vention. faackenlooper mill address tie
ccavesxaon at 7:30 am March 14.
Aa ardent opponent of the Xew
Peal, the Iowa legislanr has de
scribed bwesacracy as a fourta
branch of goverainenlL"
Ee has siwwn great interest in
the aitTmic energy program, la
JS49, Sen. Wckemo&peT sparked
a fcaS-scale icre&'Ug&uoa of tbe
Atomic Energy Consanissiaa, ac
cusing Oiainnaa David T-inwiitihai
OC "incredible mnii'CTmamjsgPnyfJf J
A laajociiy of tbe joint Baase
Senate Atanuc Energy Cominis
siiaa disagreed wain Luna. Kxrieo
locper called the taajorty report
Tbe Senator gave support ia the
Sena to cbarg ec by Sea. Joseph
JlcCajthy IR-U'is) of Conamuiiistt
Be Las Served m tbe slate legis
lature of Iowa, served two terras
as laeaumant g'sreraaair and one
term as gwesraor before entering
tbe Senate hj ISM.
Ibis year. the Senator w3 be
seeking ids third terra.
Gamon stressed that aU tbe
states to tie cveaataon bare mot
been assigned and that any groan
washing to represent a sitae c-Wiiit j
make a list of their delegation be
Scales thai bawe not been as
signed and tbe corresponding
ber of noes are: Florida, 14 rones;
Suati Csrcuoa. 2; Colorado, S;
Jvew Eaapstee, 4; Delaware, 3;
Wyoimang, 3; West Yirgtma. .
3braska. 6; Idaho, 4; Alaska, 3;
Has Aii, 4; Virgin Islands, 3; Ore
pee, ; Rhode Island, 4; Xorta
Dfiikcfia. 4; Soma DataLa, 4; Mon
tana, 4; 3evria, 3; Georgia, 12;
md Washington, D. C, 3.
RnenCy assigned states and
their delfcgaiiam cbairia&ea iaclnfie
Tennessee, Sigma Cha. Egbert Ire
laud and Frari Momsan; OMs
bu, Si,gma A2ja Ito, Mary
Breslcnr; KaiiKSS. JLLpha In
mega, Enooe Eauagmaam; 3firw
Jfsrsey, ladrwdLiiJ Group 3, E.ul
Missiissipp, IncLi-id.uiil Giicy 4,
Ira Epsiifjm; Maryland, Sealoa
House 1 amd 2 aikd Etotum House,
Jciim Godlby and CoaiwntiPLit, Al
pha Onucron Pa, Shirley Mead
amd MariJya Christextsao.
&CEEXA.1E. IX2 THE KOCK
Vtaes4ay augU, Martk IL
J aaa. to IJd
1. C'4WttiLua Mnwrs
2. CreAHBtuJs reptt.
3. E4iles Ciiniiilre tpmt
2. S2Wjtt tf pemutawi cfcaJr
2. Unu&aMa Kpmtiec
Ilim-nAay firaa, Marth IS.
2:.3t( pum. I pm.
2. CMx-3niOHa wf awmnnat.irt
i. lurfiMise Speaker
FrMisy atrM, Marck IS.
1. Caouaw atMWtiiigs, y nwall
2 v jh. I C pjoL.
&atnr&ay, JOanft 17.
1 Ktwitary, Saiwraay wmmuBg
-3 he ai4 l cwa3jk4 Wariint.
is Imm4 fey Hue esmadve wt
axdae (feat tbe Catwntawi -3
u4 TVifliF luglit at C jn.
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KAN IM Vt ftMlM
by SAM JENSEN
A University senior will be in
j tbe running for tbe congressional
seat of the first district this spring,
j Richard Johnson, senior in ag
ricultural economics, has filed for
the seat now held by tbe Hon. Phil
Weavv.- of Falls City. Johnson, a
member of Farmhouse, is a Ma
rine Co-ps veteran.
Active ia campus activities,
Johnson initiated tie repeal of the
Student Council activity limitation
plan which was in effect at the
beginning of the year. He is Build
ers representaUrt to the Council
a no a memoer oi tne mocK po-
Soowa ia a press coc&reaxe
are left to ngit, Sam Jessen,
Nebraskaa maxiagiag editor;
Brace Bnogimasa, Xebraskaa
editor aiud Dirk Jiiasao, sendor
ia Ag Coile-je who is ruurdrg for
Congress from tie First
Congressional District. Jctesoo
will oppose sacssmbesst P3mO
Wearer. He is from Fairbwry nd
Is a member of tbe Stockist Goua
cd, Bokiers, ASptz Zeta, Ag
Eoooccoks dob aad Farmbciisse.
Before eslericg tbe Mariae
Corps, Jobnsoa farmed wii bis
fatber on tbeir farm at Fairbury.
He bas staled that be does rat
expect to be elected but he does
"hope to wake cp tbe peop!e of
Nebraska by preserfing possj
bUe sobitsoas to tbe farm pro
gram before it is too late."
See stry at rigM.
rine Corps He entered the Uni
versity is 1963 and will graduate
in August after three terms of
regular study and attendance at
sumner school sessions.
Johnson is a member of Alpha
Zeta and Ag Economics Club in
gkn, the First Methodist Church
of Fairbury and was active in tha
Future Farmers of America when
in high school.
YTeaver, the incumbent who ia
seeking election to a second term,
is the son of the late Arthur J.
want it to happen
addition to Builders, Student! Weaver a former governor. Ha
Council and Farmhouse. He also! was elected to fill the post vacated
is a menrber of the American Le-' by Sen. Carl Curtis.
"To put it bluntly Agriculture is ia'trouble! Ne
braska is Drimarilv an agricultural state and unifies we,
litical convention planning com- the citizens of the First Congressional District and Ne
braska act, wnetner we De farmers or city raisea, we wiu
also suffer. It is time we do something!
This is the reason I have filed to be your representa
tive in Congress from the First Congressional District.
i Frankly, I don't think I can be elected but I hope to wake
! up the people of Nebraska by presenting possible solutions
. In a formal statement which i A,"m FU1CU1 " " J""Z?'
1 T : 1 1 4 W A AWVtfkPCnVM IhA -? 1TC-T cfAl Ilia
aid that he and tne nam times on me iarm. i aon i w
to the people of Nebraska again.
A few weeks ago a very respectable leader of the
Republican party in Nebraska came out with a statement
which indicated to me that he considered the farm prob
lem not a problem. It is! Drive around the state. The
g to snow up once
again. Ask the small town merchant Is the farmer buy
ing as mnch from him as he did a few short years ago?
The answer will be no. The farmer is being squeezed off
What else can we expect when we are increasing
the farmer's expenses, cutting down on his acres and not
gning him a fair return for his product? Yet we are
spending dollars and more dollars on the farm program .
and we are not solving the basic farm problem.
What is this problem? In my mind it is first the
brought before tbe general pub-' problem of underconsumption of the products produced
lie." ! and second the problem of giving the farm family unit
Uy campaign is cot so much a fair and adequate income. The solution is simple
for election as a is for those f although, complex The cost is no ereater and the results
ibiiigs mbk-h win aid and strength- are rjermanent not hist something that is done to win an
Johnson 24, is now below tbe
legal age for a congressional post
which is 15. but will reach the re
quired age by the time of the
primary, May IS. He will be 25 on
jt Fairbury, Johnson said that he
did not expect to be elected but
be did "hope to wake up tbe peo
ple of Nebraska by presenting
possible solutions to tbe farm
program before it is too late."
Johnsoa did tell The Xebrakaa . . , t - ----- r-
Mondav .fS. tSt unpamted farm buildings are beginnm;
that be "could win if enough stu
dents would get behind bis cam
paign. "I would welcome aad covet tbe
support of a3 University students,
faculty and campus organizations
in my campaign,' Johnson
said. I am engaged in this en
deavor because I adhere to those
principals which I have proposed
and I thick tht they should be
IheSSS a iT, election. In later press releases I will give further details
agncmsarai commoimty, Jot21-Up0ri E0W t.o solve our underconsumption problem and
A Fairbury native, be farmed how to &ye farm family & fair the consumer's
wfch Lis father on tbeir farm fors0ar-
rlnancialiv, 1 cannot anord to run lor Congress. I
two years before entering tbe Ma-1
Innocents Give liosmet liluh Approval
Jo Handle Inter-iraiernity Ivy Bay Sing
EZSen If.cwbead aad Myroo
Braile, Uaversajy researcb as
sociates, bare reported experi
ments issscg i&e blood of Mvxog rab
bets in researdi sgaiost rirn
diseases o f
hope however that the press will print some of my state
ments in regard to the farm policy in the United States
and then the person who does get elected will use them
when he sees how the good people of Nebraska actually
feel about the farm programs which are proposed and are
now in effect, by their action in voting for me in the May
Just how long will So per cent of the people support
a program which many feel is just helping 15 per cent of
the people, in other words the farmer. Will he continue
to pay once when he buys his steak, and then pay again
to keep that price high? The answer is no.
I know I have a lot to learn, but I am wdicg to learn.
I feel I can help solve our farm problem as a dirt farmer
as a politician who is looking for votes.
a m d
Imaocests Sodety bas given sp-Mortar Board is beiog foroed to Kosnset Eab corastibition
proval to Kosjiaet KU to baadk Idisnass tbe app!kzioa axd pas- cocoas a provision for tie stwo-
iwawumiiiq ' ' ui w mumimr B somg c t2ne iJffler-lraSeraaiy Ssjl.
agtns usn year, aocarcacig 10 jaraiicesa asw wartzr tfoard were' jj t, TCrv t bt cjvea jpoo-"1 Ieei 1 czn ce'P 8
;Gecr"ay, presages off Ixaoce'&EaTei-C V,MrSy to fcaodJefft-j .s. -T1 would, instead f
aibcqgb Fti Ka Afca Sf asia s tie Siag by tbe Cocacil last year, jv Qraca 'would Lave to ' I want to help vou. the farmer and the consumer. Do VOU
agsua pxsxtxa to ce cos- Gamy exyajaed tbat tbe sStaa- k tbat Eosraet Klab resciad tbat want me to help? Your answer will be made at the poCs
cart cf tetr eaesStttkta. ' l.r
At t2 lime Kra&rt KfcSi w" " ' "
given xpt-vcml, tbe Sisfccda re
jaest Toad net yet readhed tbe at
tentate of IiiaFiorema. Tbe petataani
bad beem given to Gal Kaitskee,
Stukdent C&mcM reareseiiaSatfve.
Cnuraeer Oncmla fat
Brakke, a tao
ia te fitld of
ogy is ccctM
um. with tbe
U m iversa
Tbis mew rpe off IblaQd bank"
provides a somrce off aiOisera, rab
bit blood semaas etxsflaining acnJi-
bodis. wbadi eaiiile plant pasfo
.ologiKis to detcrmioe presence of
nroaes aa yoiaiig plutis.
Tbe antiser as eEetl-Te in de
ifrmiaizig foe preeeuec of sack
Tiraset as barley-c&npe nmosaiie
aad forozae fnncs,.if wbidi cause
'iejury ksses to saal grajn growers.
Tbe JtHsoi back" is expected
to add ia closer s&tady off plaat
vOTaees, tfheir soorciei!, h&w S2aey
xme spread snd Hhtur rt'lalaottiiiipi
to eada cfiihtsr. 1
Tbe petoiiao ccanlaa-ipg Smfanaa's
recoest presexted tbe same pro
posal wbjcb was presextfed to Ixboo
ceaStr last year aad rejected.
Caader tbe proposal ssfonitsed by
SaniiBiaiia, sen's professional ramac
Ifraternaity. sodepemdexit men's cxr
gaiiuatikins wosald be eligible to
ccraapeite. Under Kmmet EM roles,
mfy sooa! aad medics fraiara
'tx are eligible to paitkxps&e.
La presaatang tbe proposal last
year Eon Becker. RiTifrmia repre
sentitv;. said tb.s)t .fanfamfa fe-2t
St was tbe logical and oiiilifaesj
grfflnap saqservise tbe Skig bs-
caxse off our immaral
jitjex rsx proposea mies any
men s orgaamactm ia elected ce-
fioers and berveeo 25 amd f W
bers w&J&i be peraaaiued to car-
X-9 attxm can be taken on Sia-
laula's regsiest sottJ he pefeiaa
as HarmaTy presetoted to teaocexSx,
A coajmJSee eff Innocents sod
'Kiss Me Kale':
For Spring Short Tryouis
Seven staSeais w3I cexmpete is
Che ffiruOs eff the Hatt Sgms Eho
GpetSaxKg cantitat Taenili'y 4 7:15
pm. in Eawm SRI off She TrarrpO
EuHdiiig, ooorfiirig to Mm Mc
CafJfy. tihaiirmaii tff Le cualetlt
Eac2o EtQiliHt drw a ttcipic Mcro-&-y
eretKDg atad wH3 gire a ifow
XUIiUt cpwtcito KM) Ms fflSfbjtJtit.
Firve ffactKy mntsm'bers wi3 judge
The top-aiiLtid sasKalser ad crgKB
5zed bauBe i3 recitih a tecyy-
huaa liWnraHr, Delta DtKa Df 1
ta; ty WEiains, Delta DelU E3
ti Larry Sdbwarti, Sigma AApba
lu; KtEja reSnaaa, Sigma AJha
3(Jia;; latiqufliae .MUer, .S
pha Tut; Gscry Freral, Aiha
Tryoots Sar "Eass Me, Eate'
jfbe spring Cosmet E1UJ presex&a-
Sicca, "3 be bald Tatsdsy, We&nmt
day Qd Tharedsy, aooardnig to
V-oa Ibzkx, president off KoKnart
Izftf rKifl .rtudats m&y iga nap
Sor a ttryoiA jpwjitnaent Taesdsy
ittid 1u'dtifBd4iy from 3 p.m to
tS p jai. ia Itibe Idb'Ly toff She Unioa.
Kcmetors off S2a hw are dra
maatttc director. Bill Walton;
cat i∨ Bob Esmwajj; tfcedb
ucal director, Mary Siiigler sead
rdaac direciors, JCaary Kjtij acod
Wsd!.CB3, director, nil hxt
fiber asre sfix e&aar uosle spejJt
kg parts m he plsy luda rtxre
jao sisg'iDg. The cast aadiades 14
priacjpst fpe&teg parts, 12
oers md m chssrm of 14.
The sthtifiiJe ur trj'y! at Tues
day. IMoa Balhpoam finoan 7 pm.
to 3& pjai. siuging, draxuctiic
piLi'i. dasoag id eharat tryotttE.
Wedaiieafiay Ifcrwrn 7 naa. to .:S8
p .m. am She Baillroora, tingg atad
'da-amctic prts. h'Jt ts dsaacLcg.
Vaosrs&sf the cs3 backs far (the
rtrr.tsie aad Kinging leads w3 be
frsca 7 pan, to t ;a and tryoet!
for the dancars af cbomus 'H be
frera 7 pm. to f;3 pjn.
Xu Ke. &te", fit Ccle Por
ter flBtuicsL fftataree sati sBar.rt
km" and ""Braaiih Up Tar Sbike
speare." The plot begins wben, oa H
eve off the first aaxxreeasary ff
fihesr oaiMsmce, Fred Grsbaat atafl
Lei Vabessi- are rebeartrg
the Jeadsiig rsies is "TaaaiiEg eff
abe Shrew. Ei3 CalSmEO, a saeaa
htr off tlie catt bas lotnarrtid a
gSuaKir.vg M4 and tbells nctoess
Lais Ltae be bas xigaed Fred's
mme to sn
As tbe pisy fitself be glut. Fred,
ice Vesrmiim, seeks a we sand
fmds a ffcisatsg patsuhiliy iza
he slireiiiJa Kaheaibe. tto at
plsyed by bis resl 12e ex-wife
13 the nxsitaaaiie. two thiirs
arriivie acad dtaaaad psynnsat frMs
Fred for EiS's HOT.
At first, Fred claanas be bts
sagjaed tao sada dooBaarat, bast
wbea LaHa fibrealtesw to Ssve tie
jihow tar FrwS's too reaHstje par
trxyal t tbe sbre-w taaer, be
chErges bit rdad.
Fred talks Che fuzxsen ssto don-
mlag coitemes auad tsocuriirtg l2s
bofi-2y ChpoKga a3 the ctaaes far
Jbe reoaaiadtr t She plsy's ea-gs-geaaaeaL
In tbe ccd, Fred texae
tbe sbrrv bxla era sad c2 the
stare. Jlea- real lie rorauxee is
rerrri aad the fTaruaen get a
gwd 1!esmiu ia tAi:pt.sre.
Tbe hfx.k s vr&fs by EtZ
aad fisxaadl pt--sK... T tss-mis
WUWW J -VLilMJn(JH..Uk UW tOTA f JIUJ .
!;! -s8D 81 Campus I
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Proposed Expansion To lednce Parking
By EOB COOK
ffj-Ja the proposed br,i3feg proj
ects tf.iaiskig to beoarae a realr.y
at tJie Uxxrersity, a ladle of parking
rja on caar.pas sptars to be
tbe first probieaa pre-jBeraed. As
itesre are five tdht!d.-d susd &
nanoed bcuHbgs fxnr to the prep
a4cjry t55es, the prtseat pasrldg
-i2 Lve to be eDcrMKii
apoa dae to the LmiliSioa of arsi
able land cat the ciry csarpsas. Tbe
above typciaieacal arsp of tbe Ca
verriry plsst ifier the preiefjCy
pi..-iSid billys are erected
she- ocJy two rptcJ'.i parking
ur ad3ts. 64'eral vi..f.yx;
as -WJinaeraix, as ww. isns ?yric were wraiiaa aoa eora- useaoi is&hers at u wetkry
li -AJt:- True to Ta is My Fa&- J pased by Cs psurter. I CLKxjr Eoxd Tb, ta s
rfaaa Las been taken as yet. Tbe'sci
sciSaStaions suggested kcliidei re-1 Tbe
sakliii parking by scb&rarsiip,
bsviig new b&dgs costola park
kig bisenaetSs or erectijag a innlii
stoty parkirf bwdig. Tbe cxpsn
saoo off ibe caarpnss if eitresseJy
iii?i' for horizontal grow-Js de
to tb hrjw&nts of ra2rrid tracks
an tbt- eaat. west and nortn sides
saad ths iJcwsstown bmsoess area
be ixasted parfcjsg j
otber parkk area to be
eradacaiad is north of tbe &tZexJk
Quadracg' wbere tbe proposed
j.-dett Eealth Center is to be
beaiX Tbis win leave only tbe
areas ai;jrtsst to tbe rjadraE;
mare wstkiEg. Be mMtd tbai ;
there wI fee no aoy.'ltkxi of ad
ditkiBial prcjperry. d-irfeg tbe jat
year for parifeg purposes. A pas-
.'bse tti-JZkio ia tbe fnn d re- i
strfct&rg cars few fressBa was i
trtcgli purely iar-'reacticjsiary .
srsd seemed urJavoraiie
on ta west side and tbe street ? tssirrxse
ta av&ble for parting to the ' stoderst body aM was
on caarpas. Add.iiooal parkxrdrcf.pe4. Aboogij tbe factreraaxrj
space is now araal ca. irtn this var ;1 f .
s.ujc a ijwr, wae ; s..reet nons 01 caxr.p'is across troca wsb nv.e parfdr.g rpac taa
-. ernraes kj new;:iae tigia panur.g vx aad across wj tavc ii tie
hLzt prfgraars d. to gt uader-:: tbe street west of tbe tt-aai. "the larw tain
way ttas rpreg fcrve to be
raise en ptrkssg s..tes. H new
Ciiwa ndiiticsa is ptord for tt
grKjaid ciorta of v. Cclon, wfikb
as cf.w mcm..ismt&itSkig m cfcpel.?y
.rsttd4 o4 velsK., Tbe addiiioa
wl nt CK.Tj.-:ry cci'r a3. of
There are co addiliocal
V 11 8-'3 tM vtztizz vrct .i-rs .
eaneasx tie pirfccg arti as Jeas-Jwbstt. jLLsd terr:.;- . j. -;
f rMre latad is too errer--;re o,vr ris,rg acoacjrir .-3
--kr 5.5p...! l.t. ) c..i...:..i i . ...
,-he aTjiii sjise a tbere J prlccj
Kreocenrtiwge, ueaa oi f vxfa,xrtirr?v: v"rj fc.,.g t at M f ' -
me prc6ieai was n-4 f'.u on r -
iTre, ar4 tUl frejr c.-s c-trtie uLil f
WiJ trcaa a L; Je , i-g fccr-w. ,
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