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VD treatment bill
State senators advanced a bill from general file Thursday
which would permit the treatment of minors for venereal
disease without the need for parental notification. The vote
An amendment was added, however, which would make
parents liable for expenses if their child is treated. That
amendment, the sponsor of the bill said, would defeat the
bill's original purpose.
The vote to add Scott sbluff Sen. Terry Carpenter's
amendment to LB 1096 was 21-17.
"Somewhere along the line the parents should know their
kids got into trouble," Carpenter said.
Most of the debate on the bill, which took most of the
morning, was on Carpenter's amendment.
"If it's approved we might as well kill the bill," Lincoln
Sen. Wally Barnett, the bill's sponsor said.
It was Barnett's contention that minors were not seeking
treatment for possible cases of VD because they feared
Present state law forces a doctor to inform a minor's
parents after he has determined they have contracted VD.
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Masters return to classrooms
Nine NU alumni will return to classrooms
and living units on campus this week for the
annual Masters Program.
Masters Program, co-sponsored by the
Chancellor's Office and Mortar Boards and
Innocents, senior honoraries, is designed to give
students an opportunity to meet with alumni
who have achieved success in a wide variety of
Returning alumni will speak to various
classes Monday and Tuesday and will have an
opportunity to meet with students in living
units Monday noon, Monday evening and
Alumni who will participate include:
Lewis E. Harris, president of Harris
, Laboratories of Lincoln. He is the founder and
director of the Harris Laboratories which began
as a one-man operation and now serves clients
throughout the United States..
Calista Cooper Hughes, director of
Comprehensive Health Planning for the State of
Nebraska, Lincoln. Hughes is a former state
senator from Humboldt and lived 25 years in
10 foreign nations as the wife of a foreign
Theodore J. Kratt, production engineer,
Fred Sanders Company, Highland Park, Mich.
After serving in the U.S. Navy, Kratt joined the
General Electric Company and served in several
positions until 1965. In 1968 he joined the
Sanders Company which manufactures candy,
bakery items and ice cream.
David McCammon, assistant controller, Ford
Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich. In his
position, McCammon works closely with the
chief executive officers of Ford.
Maxine Munt, co-director of the "Changing
Scene" theatre in Denver. Munt has taught
dance and dramatics at various schools across
the country. Following their marriage, she and
her husband formed their own dance company,
Margaret Spader, director of consumer
affairs, National Association of Manufacturers,
New York City. Her current position involves
liaison with the Federal Trade Commission.
Charles Thone, U.S. Congressman from the
first district in Nebraska, Lincoln. He has served
as an assistant to Sen. Roman Hruska.
Varro E. Tyler, dean of the School of
Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science, Purdue
University, Lafayette, Ind. A former NU
faculty member, Tyler is the author of two
textbooks and has written numerous articles on
hallucinogenic drugs and drug abuse.
Clayton Yeutter, director of agriculture for
the national committee to re-elect President
Nixon, Washington D.C. He is a former NU
staff member and director of the NU Mission in
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1972
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