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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1973)
Radial debate persists during study
Persons concerned with
Hwyjs future are awaiting completion of a
transportation study to be finished in late 1974,
according to Robert Obering, director of Lincoln's
public works department.
Obering said Lincoln, Lancaster County and
federal officials are working to "update" the
transportation study completed in 1966.
The original study, he said, projected that traffic
volume in 1985 would be too large for Cornhusker
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Dave Howlett, chairman of the Free University
Committee, hopes to generate more interest in the
program by offering a two-day conference on
consumerism and following up with courses, seminars
and workshops. Ralph Nader and John Gardner of
Common Cause are being considered as speakers, as
well as business executives and local consumer
How and where Free University will pick up the
money for the conference remains to be worked out.
However, other committee chairpersons have
expressed strong support for He. .',?tt's idea.
Absent from the budget this year are cultural
affairs and student government conferences.
The Cultural Affairs Committee was funded last
year through nonrecurring funds. The committee's
budget request was turned in late this year and it will
now have to fight for a share of the $8,000 in
Student Organizations and Activities.
If funds do not become available, Cultural Affairs
may be forced to cancel the St. Louis Symphony's
DAILY NEBRASKAIM WANT ADS
can bo placed In person- In Room
34, Nebraska Union, weekdays 8-12
and 1-5; or callod In between 8-10
only ot 472 2588. Cost Is $.08 per
word, per day, $1.00 minimum.
Payment in advance preferred, but
phono orders may be charged. Bank
Amoricard is also accepted In
payment of advertising at no extra
cost. Rates quoted are for cash
order or charge orders paid within
five business days. Ads not paid
within five days ire 50 cents
additional. Deadline for ads is 3 00
p.m. day before publication. No
refunds. Complimentary ads may
be run only If error Is brought to
the Nebraskan's attention the
business day after publication.
Custom-made wooden jewelery:
$2-0. Bracelets, Necklaces,
earrings. Display from 1 5. 316
So. 46th. 488 6B87.
Furniture, antiques, and
collectibles. A hotter deal at
Midway Auction, Greenwood,
Nb. 789-2145. Open 9-7,
Sunday 12 7, Closed Saturday.
Come out and Inspect our
A.K.C. Slborlen Husky pups.
Midnight Sun lineage.
Permanent shots, wormed. 1 2
weeks. 470-1 147.
FREE male dog, 8 months old,
housebrokon, shots, very cuto
and friendly. 470 0730.
SUPER SPEAKERS 1 pr. Altec
G04 E's In 12 cubic foot
cabinets. $370. 477 9880 or
Snnl TC fiOO stereo tapo recorder.
Excellent condition - comploto
with 20 tanos. two remote
controls, bulk tape censor,
directional microphone unci
deluxe tape splicer. Retail cost
nearly $800. Price $400.
477 9085 or 488-0020.
Ampox cassette tapes; 40 mln-08
centsfor two; 00 mln. GO
centsfor two. Vld A-Comm
Systums, 1030 P Sis.
20 discount on all Columbia
10-speed bikes. Goodyear
Service Store, 19th O,
Imported 10 speed bikes. 21", 23",
and 20" models in 0 colors.
Simplex (in railleur; center pull
brakos. $70 Including tax.
Var.lce Pontlac Hi Cadillac, 70tt
S, O. 434 0611. .
1971 Harley sportster. 0200 miles.
Fully dressed' $1800 or Ix.-st
offer. 1936 N. 06th. 406 7909.
1972 Ham hero, red automatic, air,
power steering, brakes. Rear
canvas. 470-0141, evenings.
For kale: 1970 VW Fastback, Red.
48,000 miles. 30 miles per
gallon. Snow tires. Needs new
fuel pump soon. Call 4 70 6903
after 0 p.m., or 4 72 2088. Ask
for Tim or Jane. $1,300.
the Northeast Radial
1964 Pontlac Lemans with GTO
emblems. 326, Hurst 3 speed.
Good interior. 432 2133. ,
With Student or Faculty ID, 15
discount on all Goodyear Tires
except promotional items.
Goodyear Service Store, 19th &
DAILY NEBRASKAN needs
circulation people! Should have
mornings free from approx.
8:30-10:30. Car necessary.
Good pay. Contact Jerri.
472-2088, 89, 90. TODAYIIII
Need girl to clean apartmont 2 hrs.
per week, $10.00. Will provide
transportation if necessary.
Need one full and one part-time
experienced lineman, 10:30
p.m. to 6 a.m. Duncan
Aviation, 432 6657 ask for Bob
Warehouse work Si delivery. Mon.,
Wed., and Fri. mornings or
Tues. and Thurs. mornings
andor' afternoons. Lincoln
Wholesale Florists. 1725 S. 6th.
Part time office cleaning. Evenings
and weokends. Year round
work. Excellent working
conditions. Call Stove,
Experienced grain bin erectors.
Split shifts; off days or
weokends. Call Schultz
Agra Contractor's, Seward, Nb,
Male checkers. Nights, Saturday
and Sunday. Apply In person,
3 0 afternoons at Shuster's Jack
and Jill, 140 Capital Beach
Permanent part-time for repair of
small appliances, small gas
engines. '20 hrswk1. Some
experience preferred. Apply Mr.
Steak Johnson, Sears Service
Center, 4810 S. 14th. E ciu.il
UNSKILLED WORK We need
people who can work a full day
or half days to be on call to
unload trucks, -help moving
companies, otc. Car helpful.
Daily cash draw. Apply
Manpower, Inc. 122 N. 11th.
WOMEN Waitress position. Part
time or full time, day or night.
1 to 0 days a week. Apply 3 0
daily. J.B.'s Big Boy, 27ih 8.
RUE BENS RESTAURANT IS
APPLICANTS FOR PART
TIME DAYS BUSBOYS OR
BUSSETTES ALSO FOR
APPLY NO 90 GATEWAY,
LINCOLN, NB. An equal
Waitress needed, Mr. Steak, 0000 O
St. See Mrs. Pri:o.
"We based our study on population growth, land
development and projected trips to specific city areas.
The facts seemed to point to the need for a radial
highway," Obering said.
City Councilman John Robinson said
improvements in Cornhusker Hwy. would be more
logical than building a new radial. "Cornhusker Hwy.
is a suitable route to channel traffic between
northeast Lincoln and the downtown area," he said.
J.R. Downing Sr., president of the Coalition
Against the Radial, said the Northeast Radial would
concert, according to Ron Bowlin, coordinator for
Student government conferences were axed
because ASUN decided that other projects were of
ASUN Budget Proposal Summary, 1973-74
Center for Educational Change
Environmental Task Force
Human Rights Committee '
Legal Rights Committee
Student Services Committee
Legal Aid for Students Office
Total Recurring Expenses
Student Organizations and Activities
Total Nonrecurring Expenses
Total Budget Request
SUMMER JOBS '74.
i , pointing business opening
Lincoln branch in 1974, $20 to
$60 daily; good management
advancement possibilities; some
part time winter work available.
For more info, application, and
interview appointment write:
Youth Enterprises, 1914 G St.,
Iowa City, la 52240. APPLY
NOW! Positions will be filled
Part time janitor -around 4 hrs. a
day. 5 days a week. $2hr.
Hours flexible. Call 477-7401
or come to Phi Gamma Delta
Harris Laboratories needs
volunteers for clinical
evaluation of marketed
pharmaceuticals for current and
future studies. Mostly
weekends. Excellent extra
income. Over 19 year of ago.
Call 43 2 28VK
Women. Night time hostess position
available part time. Apply 3 0
daily. J.B.'s Big Boy. 27th &
'Waitresses wanted 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.,
any nights. Apply 29th ft O or
66 th Ki O.
Hostess needed, part time. Apply
Mr. Steak, 0000 O St. See Mrs.
THE. SHOE BOX needs part time
experienced sales help.
Mornings and evenings
available. Please contact Dana
Douglass for appointment,
Wanted salesman, Part or full time.
$200 $300week depending on
ability. Prior sales experience
preferred but nor necessary.
Will train. Guaranteed I oods,
4 70 4037.
College bound or c.ireer minded.
Need 4 ambitious people part
time, 20 hrswk. $2.0Ohr
average. On the job training.
Call 4 70 9387 I riday Ironi 9
a.m. to 2 p.m.
i x cedent
required. AhO 664 2.
RESEARCH UNLIMITED Call
Monday through Saturday after
0 p.m. Phono 799 3041.
Pregnant? Birthright cares about
you and your unborn child,
4 77 8021.
Like to work with young, oldi St.
Monica's Service Center has
both. Volunteers are needed to
work In cralt (enter lor elderly
and visit handicapped children
In Lincoln homes. Contact
Student Volunteer Services,
room 200, phono 472 21H6.
damage property value wherever it would pass
through residential areas.
"Persons living on Fremont St. especially will be
affected. We have a quiet neighborhood, and all this
talk about future increased traffic problems is
unjustified," he said.
Downing said he felt there is no chance of
persuading Mayor Sam Schwartzkopf to change his
viewpoint on the Northeast Radial. "We've qiven up
on him. His mind is set on building the Radial, and
that's that," he said.
Schwartzkopf said he has not formed his final
opinion on the Northeast Radial. "I'm capable of
deciding for myself, and I don't need peoplo telling
me what I think and don't think. Whether we have
the Radial or ' not will depend cn what the
transportation study comes up with," he said.
Schwartzkopf said he will form his final opinion
on the Northeast Radial following the study.
Robinson said that from a "legal standpoint",
highways running through residential areas without
consideration of the impact on area residents is
contrary to federal law.
He said he has proposed a resolution which would
"incorporate the utility" of citizen groups in helping
to plan city projects. The resolution, he "aid, was
unanimously approved by the City Council.
Robinson said that this seems to suggest the
Council's interest in social planning, but warned that
is was not an indication of their disapproval of the
The resolution has resulted in the creaiiort of a
citizens committee which will develop an "action
plan" telling of needed community improvements, he
The committee is made up of 25 Lincoln
residents, he said, and will hold its second public
meeting tonight at City Hall.
LOST: Ladies Navywhite chocked
slacks; navy body-shirt; navy
sandals, navy knee-his, wire
necklace. Reward if returned.
Call 488 3519.
Female Wanted to share apt. near
East Campus. Own bedroom.
Call 46 7 2295.
2 female roommates to share 5
bedroom house. $40 a piece
Wanted roommate to share 2
nociroom apt. iitn si a bts.
3.H.SU. Call atter b
F emalo student vacancies at Co-ed
Cornhusker Coop. Room and
Board: $760school year or
$380sortiester. See at 705 N.
23rd or call 4 75 6 796. Ask for
waiting just for you
Co mo in now and we'll give you a compliment. ji y
lesson in achieving a more radiant complex ion wiih
Ihe Merle Norman Three Steps to Beauty.
And when you purchase the Three Steps to Beaut
products for the regular price of $11.00, yuu ijct
an exciting Beauty Bonus: Two free tubes of
Call today for your appointment or come in, Tin-;
limited-time offer can lead to beauty unlimited.
1340 "O" 114 Gateway
Alt rior AtA nr.ic
Business Opportunity. ...Yqur ! '" "
to help others without taking
an oath of poverty. C ili Grc gg
Nicklas. 432-4 231.
Need ride at 4:30 from city campus
to 4000 Cornhusker. PL-ase c II
Lynn at 472-2161 or 467 16W.
Wanted: Two Ncbr I'.ka Season
football tickets. Call 4 7 J 7630
or 432-4534 (daytime). Ask t-or
Wanted: two tickets ti UCI A
game. Call Tim Mi f J, ill at
1-346-7828 or 1 340 OA? (call
Would like to rent 7" :.tci:o 'J r
tape deck for annul a v-r
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thursdjv, September 6, 1973
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