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New sky show
In December, the American
space probe Pioneer 10 will
pass by the planet Jupiter.' It
100-hour flyover will . bring it
as close as 87,000 miles to
Jupiter's cloud tops.
The Ralph Mueller
Planetarium takes the Pioneer
trip to Jupiter in its new
program "Mission to Jupiter".
The new program was first
The schedule of public
programs will be Sundays and
holidays at 2:30 and 3:45 p.m.
and Saturdays at 2:45 p.m.
There are no presentations in
the planetarium on home
The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) used $7,88C
in student fees to buy china, silverware and a van to transport
food for dinners and luncheons sponsored by UNO Chancellor
Ronald W. Roskens, Gateway, the UNO student newspaper
Charles Hein, administrative assistant to the chancellor,
confirmed the expenditure, but said the van wasn't purchased
exclusively to transport the food.
He said the expenditure was a perfectly legitimate use of
fees to make UNO bettor known in the community.
The Gateway said UNO paid $1,879 for 36 settings of
china, $1,802 for silverware and $4,200 for a van to transport
food from the student center for university-related gatherings
at the Roskens' home and elsewhere.
Hein said the money c,iin; from the portion of student fees
set aside by the Board o! Regents for debt service and
equipment purchaser! at ine chancellor's discretion. The
remainder supports student activities u'r-id services.
Full time UNO stod.:nts p.iy $30 in fees and part-time
students, $15, a si.-rnesii i .
Hein said the dunce;! !; r.-ntprtains faculty, student and
community groups at his home and on campus. He also has
buffet luncheons for i-juo:;ts he'cie UNO football games.
"We want the taxpayers to know UNO, and we want the
university to become a part of ihe community," Hein said.
Hein said the faculty am! student gatherings are financed
with university funds, others with funds given to UNO by the
NU Foundation, or in some cases, paid by those who attend.
He said the china and silver are at the Roskens' home now
because Mrs. Roskens entertained 65 women at tea there
several days ago.
The china l(nd silvci ware will be moved back and forth
depending on whore' the functions are, Hein said. It is not for
the Roskens' personal use, lie added.
Hein said each dollar spei.-t "is doing to come back to the
university tenfold. One o ihe tilings we're trying to encourage
is financial support for UNO from private sources in this
community and elsewhere."
The Gateway, in an ulitoiial, said the expenditute for
china, silverware and the van "seems to hint that UNO needs
to make favorable impressions on members of this community
and outside visitors to improve its image. The best way to
upgrade the image' would be to pay high enough salaries to
attract and keep top-notch teachers."
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