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The Daily Nebraskan
Monday, March 28, 1966
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'Legislature Should
Appropriate Money'
A special session of t h e
Legislature is the answer to
the University's instructional
and money problems for next
fall, according to Val Peter
Peterson, candidate for the
ReDUbllcan eubernatnr
ial nomination, spoke in favor
of a special session this week
end during the Republican
rounders Day celebration in
lie said that the best way
to solve the $500,000 problem
is witn an appropriation from
a special session.
"The governor should call
a special session where the is
sue can be debated and faced
squarely and an appropria
tion made," he said.
Peterson was the president
of the University's Board of
Kegents before entering the
governor's race on the Repub
lican ticket.
He stated that If the Uni
versity's programs In re
search must be cut back so
that the money can be chan
neled into instruction, "the
governor and the Legislature
should say where the cuts
should come from."
The very worst approach to
the problem, in his opinion,
would be overspending by the
Cont. from Page 1, Col. 4
for presidential candidate
Barry Goldwater in 1964.
Reagan said he believes in
team play" and has always
supported the Republican tick
et "from top to bottom."
Commenting on a report
published in a national week
ly news magazine, Reagan
said "There is no basis to the
idea that I wear make-up
when I make speeches. He
contended that "a lot of the
things found in the article I
consider of a fictional
3.000 Attend Dinner
At the Founder's Day Din
ner Reaga ntold an audience
of 3.000, who payed $5 a plate,
that California Governor Ed
mund (Pat) Brown has been
watching old reruns of "Death
Valley Days." "He doesn't
understand why I don't just
po to Sacramento, stand in
the middle of the street and
say 'Pat, one of us has to be
out of tnwn by sundown,"
Reagan quipped.
Reagan also attacked the
Johnson administration's gen
eral policy charging that "we
are moving toward a welfare
He stated that the "great
issue" of the 1966 elections is
the "continuation of the party
system. Reagan said the
country's system of checks
and balances is virtually at
stake in the elctions. "We
still have plenty of checks,
but someplace along the line
we've lost our balance," he
University, which would count
upon a deficit appropriation
Dy tne 1967 Legislature.
Peterson said that he would
favor an enrollment limitation
before going to deficit spend
ing, "increasing tuition is an
approach which can be car
ried out, although personally
I think it is inadvisable."
The candidate said one rea
son why the University should
not internally divert funds is
because programs were
funded as the 1963 Legislature
directed. To change them
now, in the interim, would
be a violation of legislative intent.
5,000 Vets
May Use
New Bill
There are 34,000 post-Korean
conflict veterans in Neb
raska and nearly 5,000 are
expected to take advantage
of the educational provisions
of the new GI Bill in its first
year, according to a Veterans
Administration official.
Charles Chubb, manager of
the Lincoln regional VA office,
said the program will not be
gin until June 1, and appli
cation blanks and information
will be ready at the VA re
gional offices at most colleges
and education centers in
Nebraska by mid-April.
The estimate of the first
year cost of direct benefits
in Nebraska will total $2,700,
000. In general, the educational
program will be open to all
veterans with more than 180
days active duty service, any
part of which occurred on or
after Feb. 1, 1955.
Veterans will be eligible for
one month of education for
eacn montn or traction of a
month that they were on ac
tive duty.
Chnbb said servicemen
with at least two years of duty
may participate in the educa
tional program even though
they remain in the service,
will cover the institutional
The assistance payments
charges for tutition and fees
or $100 per month for full
time courses, whichever is
the lesser.
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VITAL STATISTICS ... on Income and education in slum areas were presented to
students at the Wesley Foundation's slum workshop.
Slum Workshop
Placement Interviews
Lib. Arts.
For Your Drug Needs
Fenton Drug
1901 "O" St.
Open Til Midn'rte
Phone 477-1802
since 1963
in Kankakee
3rd year (1965) REPORT, lik tfc. ftot i years. Mo m
mod Inquiry for mtthodi f approach for fti solution or analysis
of a cast of alley rubbish or filth.
font letter to 20 lay treasurers of churches h an effort
to form an organliation to collect public records en continuous
basis. RECEIVED no replies.
Had a business phone installed in my home but could not
bay, paid adv. in Yellow Pages of phone book.
Set 2 signs on our city's terrace ef my taxed property to
match the contempt of ethers already doing it. My signs were
removed by the street ft alley dept. on orders of the police
dept. There Is no record of the acts in either dept. Only verbal
assurances. My signs were remade and reset (with more public
Information) In my yards. Received a letter from City Attorney
Frank Curron an hit action if sign was not changed. Later
Frank Curran resigned as City Attorney. Sent a letter to attorney
Frank Curran asking information on who ordered or complained
for his letter. Received no realv. Sent a letter to fauntv l.
soclotion for the Advancement of Colored People (after several
misleading guesses of address by tub-officials of the body NAACP)
asking if Alderman Jose Franks discussed his warning to me
and the problem with them. RECEIVED no reply. Before and after
my tignt wort removed from oar city' terrace, real estate
dealert (Washer, Cregor, Martin ft Splvey etc.) and Lang Buick
used our ehy'i terrace.
If person made the decision te pull Wegnor (famovt
Korean Marine killer) or a Buddhist torch (ban ha Chrhik.
hell) instead of a Jesus Christ (teach and areachl. it
fice tt the other person's filth of presence by license and tnder
the law ... Yea weald still lose at there it no recording groap
e pan yam tntslligence f.
Attest Cecil Kraft 38S N. Chicaao Ave.. Kankakee. Illln.U.
Present aldanco (serf t-peirted) of BROWN CROSS, REMEMBER
the tTKVICES art FREE.
Note Signs art located at S92 N. Indiana Ave. ft 39S N. Harrison.
Report published by Momenco P-ogress Reperter Dec 23, 196S
at t paid adv.
rejected Kankakee DoBy Journal Jan. 3, 1961
Cont. from Pg. 1, Col. 7
sentative, presented vital sta
tistics on income and educa
tion in the three socio-econo
mic levels of Lincoln.
Mrs. Shanks also raised
questions about the effective
ness of project Alpha. This is
a plan to bring some of the
worst areas i.. Lincoln up to
reasonable standards within
five years by urban redevel
According to Mrs. Shanks,
because the project does not
provide temporary dwellings
for the people in a redevelop
ment area, the project is not
being conducted with slum
dwellers in mind.
She also feels that the cost
of living in one of the dwel
ings called for in the project
would be prohibitive for most
of the present slum dwellers.
Frank Burden, Lincoln Pub
lic School's consultant for
adult basic education, stated
the educational problems of
slum children.
Burden said that a Negro
will end up with the same job,
whether he has a high school
education or not. He also
Trip Cancelled
The East Union western
trip to Ft. Robinson, Halsey
and Scottsbluff has been can
celled due to the many plans
made by students for Easter
The trip had been planned
for April 13 through April 16.
questioned whether or not the
school system Is aimed only
at the middle class.
According to Rev. Bruce
McSpadden of the Wesley
Foundation, the workshop was
intended merely as a ' one
tim thing."
"Hopefully, something can
come out of it," said Rev.
No specific proposals were
made during the discussion
period at the workshop, but
Rev. McSpadden noted that
the Wesley Foundation's Mis
sions Commission will be talk
ing about slum problems
Wednesday and will discuss
concrete programs.
"I hope people will become
more involved in this area,"
Rev. McSpadden added.
Seniors and
Graduate Students
Excellent Opportunity For Valuable Management Experience
At The Nebraska Union
Full time Asst. Night Manager position available.
Evening & weekend work.
For Interview, Contact: Mr. Barnes, Ass't. Director, Nebraska
Union, Administrative Office 111
We'll do anything to make
yon happy.
Even bleed for yon.
This is Arrow's authentic,
imported, India madras. If it
doesn't bleed, you've bought the
wrong shirt. Other features to
look for: elbow-length sleeves,
back collar button, box pleat and
hanger loop. Lots of Arrow India
madras shirts to choose
from. $8.00 Nottoomuchto
spend, when you consider what
we're doing for you.
Bold New Bleed by
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available at
Wilier ftine
Downtown and Gateway
The following placement in
terviews are scheduled for the
week of March 28 and April 4,
MONDAY, march 28
Gulf Oil Corporations: B.S.-Ch.,
E., E.E., C.E., Agron.; B. S.,
M.S. - Geol.
Lockheed Missiles and Space
company: AU degrees -E.E., M,
E., Math Physics.
Jervis B. Webb Company: B.S,
C.E., E.E.
Natkin Sc Company: B.S.-E.E.,
C.E., B.S., MS..-M.E,
Commonwealth of
C.E., Arch.
American Family
Company: Bus. Adm.
Massachusetts Mutual Life In
surance Company: B.S. B.A.,
M.S. M.A.- Fin., Acctg., Gen.
TUESDAY, March 29
Ingersoll-Rand Company: B.S.,
M.S.. M.E., E.E., C.E., E.M.
Walnut Grove Products - East
Campus: Ag. Econ., Ag. Edu., An.
Sci., Gen. Ag., Agron.
Hallmark Cards, Incorporated:
B.S.B.A., M.S.M.A., B.F.A.M.-
r .A. - Art.
Pan American Petroleum Corp
oration: All degrees - physics.
Math., E.E.. Ch.E., M.E.
jonnson service Company: B.S..
M.S.-E.E.. M.E.: B.S.-C.E.
The College Life Insurance Com
pany of America: Any degrees
for Sales.
Continental Can Company, In
corporated: B.S.B.A.-Bus. Adm.,
Lib. Arts, M.E.
Osco Drug Incorporated: Phar
Continental National American
Group: Bus. Adm., Lib. Arts.
S.S. Kresge Company: Bus.
Adm,. Lib. Arts.
Cessna Aircraft Company-Commercial
Aircraft Division: B.S.
M.E., C.E., E.E., I.E.
Anaconda Wire and Cable Com
pany: B.S. -M.E., E.E. I.E.
Armor Agriculture Chemical
Company: B.S., M.S. -Agricul-1
ture or those with other degrees
who have a farming background.
The Manufactures Life Insur
ance Company: B.S.B.A. Bus.
Adm., Journ., Speech. Edu.
State Tax Commissioner's Office
Nebraska: B.S. - Bus. Adm. with
at least minor in Acctg.
Union Pacific Railroad Com.
pany: B.S.-E.E.
THURSDAY, March 31
General Telephone Companies
of Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska:
B.S., M.S. M.A. -E.E., M.E.,
I.E., Acctg., Fin., Bus. Adm.
Clark Eqniptment Company:
B.S.-M.E., Ch.E., C.E. I.E.,
Bus. Adm.
Kohler Company: B.S.-M.E.,
Katz Drug Company: B.S.
Jewel Tea Company.Incorpor-
a ted Summer Employment: Any
Bimnics Collect
$1400 First Day
Of Easter Drive
Two hundred University
students collected more than
$1,400 in the first day of the
1966 Easter Seal Drive in Lin
The students, which includ
ed University coeds dressed
in bunny suits, wonted in
shifts of 60 in order to accept
contributions in shopping cen
ters and downtown Lincoln.
Trophies for outstanding
work Saturday were awarded
to Love Memorial Hall, Sigma
University students will col
lect again next weekend.
St. Paul Insurance Companies:
B.S. - Bus. Adm., Acctg., Engin
eering, Lib. Arts, Agr., Edu.
Independent Metal Products
Division of Fruehauf Corporation;
B.S.-M.E., I.E., E.E.
lees (ye,LO SnS ,n eYK
FRIDAY, April 1
Wilson Concrete Company, B.S.
MONDAY, April 4
McGraw-Hill Book Company
College Division: B.S.B.A. Any
TUESDAY, April 5
Valley Manufacturing Company:
All degrees-M.E., Ag.E., Bus.
Macy's: B.S., M.S. Bus. Adm.,
Lib. Arts.
Herb Charleston Mechanical
Contractor: M.E., Bus. Adm.
Corps of Engineers: To be an
nounced at a later date.
The Glens Falls Group: To b
announced at a later date.
The Hartford Insurance Group:
B.S.B.A. - Bus. Adm., Lib. Arts.
Herb Charleston Mechanical
Contractor: As before.
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