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Ziebarth favors percentage wage increases
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by Bill Smitherman
A recommendation of the
Legislature's budget and
which has concerned
University officials will
probably be reconsidered
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before a final recommendation
is made, according to State
Sen. Wayne Ziebarth.
The senator said he was not
in favor of a committee
recommendation asking that
salaries for all full-time state
employes, including professors,
be raised by a flat $300. He
said he is in favor of percentage
increases for some jobs.
His comments echoed those
by NU President D.B. Varner
and other NU officials that a
flat rate increase could be
discouraging to faculty
members. NU's budget request
called for a 5 per cent increase
for professional University
staff members and a $300 raise
Ziebarth agreed with this
proposal and said he expects
the committee to reconsider its
decision before sending
recommendations to the floor.
Speaking at the Delta Sigma
Pi fraternity as part of a series
sponsored by the ASUN
Legislative Liaison Committee,
Ziebarth asked the students if
they feel they are getting what
they are looking for at the
University. The budget
committee, he said, wants to
know the reactions of the
recipents of state money.
The senator, an announced
candidate for the Democratic
senate nomination, called
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"I'm afraid that students
aren't using the facility because
it is too difficult," he said.
"The physical facility is
probably part of the problem,
but it is only part."
The senator said he believes
a better system of coordination
between UNL libraries is as
important as the physical
facility. However, he said he
expects a library addition to be
approved by the Legislature
Ziebarth said he also
expects planning funds to be
appropriated for a new law
building. There is also a
pressing need to consider plans
for a life sciences building, he
In response to a question
about low income housing the
senator said he is concerned
about housing in general. He
added that the state should be
responsible for replacing
housing which its projects
destroy. But he said he did not
see this as possible in the near
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INTERIM CREDIT PROGRAMS
Earn up to three (3) hours credit during the interim period (Dec
24, 1971-Jan. 17, 1972) by enrolling in one of the followind
ENGLISH 198f or 298f, Special Topics - Native American
Literature of the Southwest. PF option, 3 cr. Dec. 26 - Jan
14 tour of New Mexico and Airzona.
PHYSICS 198Ac, Special Topics-Physics, A Process Approach
PF option, 2 cr. 0900-1 200 M-F, Jan. 3-1 4.
ELEMENTARY ED. 113c, Teaching the Language Arts in the
Elementary School, PF option, 3 cr. 1000-1500 M-S, Jan
ELEMENTARY ED. 107c, Teaching Social Studies in the
Elementary School, PF option, 3 cr. 1000-1500 M-S, Jan
ARCHITECTURE 135c, Architectural Structures-Wood. 2 cr
Meets 2 hours each morning, Dec. 29-32, Jan. 3-7 and 10-13
TEXTILES, CLOTHING and DESIGN 25c, Creative Textiles, PF
option, i cr. Meets daily 9000-1 1 50 and 1 300-1 550, Jan. 5-1 8
EDUCATIONAL ADMIN. 200c, Workshop Seminar-Collective
negotiations. 2 cr. or audit. 30 hours of class sessions on Fri
afternoons and evenings, Sat. morning and afternoon, Jan. 7-8
EDUCATIONAL ADMIN. 200c, Workshop Seminar-Current
jssues in zcnooi nnance, o-z cr. 1630-1930, Jan. 5-7, 10, 11
EDUCATIONAL PSYCH. 199c, Independent Study. PF option
EDUCATION AND FAMILY RESOURCES 171f, Field
experience. 3 cr. neid experience in Cooperative Extension
MATHEMATICS 198c, Elements of Matrix Algebra. PF option
i. CI .
SECONDARY ED. 200c, Workshop Seminar-Classroom Value
jruii-iea. rr upuon, z cr. 5eci. 1 - 1 VUU-ZiOU, Jan. 3-14.
SECONDARY ED. 199c, Workshop Seminar, Drug' Education
ir upuun, l cr. jan. 3-11.
ANTHOROPOLOGY 198a, Practical Osteology. 3 cr. 900-1200
ANROPOLOGY ,98b' tactical Archaeology. 3 cr. 900-1200
, i. -jan. it.
SOCIAL WORK 363c, Special Studies-Law A Social Welfare. 2 cr.
L,ncoin action 800-1015; Omaha Section
1 600-1 81 5.
ARCHITECTURE 198c, The City in American Culture: The City
u.i meiufinur. t cr.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1971
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