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Unicameral to study
NU paralegal need
The Nebraska Legislature's Education Committee is to take
testimony Sept. 29 on a proposal being pushed by Omaha Sen.
Glenn Goodrich-establishment of two and four-year
"paralegal" courses in public colleges and universities.
Persons completing the courses would be able to become
trained legal secretaries, legal assistants and legal
administrators, helping attorneys in various tasks as
paramedical people now aid physicians.
Committee members hinted at a Monday meeting they
want to be shown there is a real need for a new program.
12TH STREET GARAGE AD
MONDAY - Fraternity &
Sorority Beer Contest.
W AMID: Spectators to
hcer on those brave young
Editor-in-Chief: Michael (O.J.) Nelson. Managing Editor: Mnry
Voboril. News Editor: Tim Anderson.
Special Editor: Ken Kirk. Sports Editor: Bill Bsnnert. Photography
Chief: Gail Folda. Night News Editor: Cheryl Westrott. Editorial
Assistant: Lori Clepper.
The Daily Nebraskan is written, edited and managed by students at
the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It is editorially independent of the
University faculty, administration and student body.
The Daily Nebraskan is published by the Publications Committee on
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday throughout the fall and
spring semesters except holidays and vacations.
Copyright 1973, The Daily Nebraskan. Material may be reprinted
without permission if attributed to the Daily Nebraskan, excepting
material covered by another copyright.
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Address: The Daily Nebfaskan34 Nebraska Unioni4tn u n
StreetsLincoln, Nebr. 68508. Telephone: 402472?b88.
TUESDAY - Punch Bowl
Night. Charley's Famous
Brand of Patented Axel Grease is guaranteed to burn
your bearings! 5 Of per glass.
WEDNESDAY - Swinging Singles Nite. Our own D.J. plas
the tunes of the 50's and dO's while t he unescorted
ladies pay the prices of the 50s . . . 10 draws and wine
coolers from K to 10 I'M. Sloe screws for 5 Of.
THURSDAY - Special Night. Fashion Shows, Czech
Bands. Dixieland Bands. Turtle Races etc.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY - Start any weekend right with
the FAC CLUB I vory Friday afternoon. Pitchers are SI
from 3 to ( I'M. In the evenings our popular D.J. plays
all the great tunes for dancing.
AND EVERY DAY, 3 to 6 P.M. - PITCHERS ARE $1
TWOFERS on mixed drinks - 4 to 5 P.M.
IN THE GLASS MENAGERIE - 12th & Q
f To ICnow
Save 25 on a
roll film during
Get to know Treck.
TRECK PHOTOGRAPHIC INC.
A Lancaster County court
jury determined last Friday
that items which John Serafine
was charged with selling or
possessing were obscene
according to local community
The jury found Serafine,
who had been charged with
four counts of possessing or
selling obscene items, guilty on
three counts, and the court
fined him a total of $1,700.
Judge Raiph ocun- ."stained
a motion by ' flense to
dismiss one couni of selling an
obscene article described as a
plastic or rubber male sex
On request of the defense,
who gave oral notice of appeal,
Serafine was sentenced less
than an hour after the jury
returned the verdict.
Ronald Lahners, chief
deputy county attorney, and
Robert Gibson, deputy county
attorney, told the jurors earlier
that they must decide whether
the average person applying
standards would find that the
dominant theme of the
allegedly obscene items would
appeal to his prurient interests.
The jurors also were told that
they must decide whether the
items lacked any serious
literary, rtlsttc, tfiitical dr
scientific value. '
It will, if you want to hear phone hells this fall. Because
Thursday. September 6. is the day our Student Telephone Directory closes. Please order
your new telephone now. so your name will he in the directory. To order, come to our
business office at 1440 M Street, where you can choose your phone from many different styles
and colors. Remember the 6th of September, it's a le-rin-r.
Wednesday, September 5, 1973
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