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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1975)
monday, november 17, 1975
Volunteer tutors are
needed for men requiring
additional instruction in
math and reading. Tutors
would meet with students
regularly in their homes. Ap
ply in Nebraska Union 200.
The University Women's
Action Group is selling
1976 calendars today
through Friday in the Neb
raska Union and for the rest
of the semester, in the
Women's Resource Center.
The Student Council for
Exceptional Children will
meet today at 4:30 pjn. in
Henzlik Hall Auditorium.
The meeting will include an
"Awareness Workshop" and
the Christmas party will be
A Cultural Field School
meeting is planned for to
night at 8 pjn. at 2036 S.
26th St. Everyone is wel
Senior photos for the
1976 senior yearbook will
be taken today through Dec.
12 at the Alumni House,
1520 R Sr. Call 472-3913
for your appointment.
A mandatory Tassels
meeting is scheduled for
Tuesday at 5 pjn. in the
Nebraska Union. Migration
plans will be made final.
Contact officers for infor
mation if you cannot attend.
Neale Copple, Director
of the School of Journalism,
will speak to the ASUN
Government Liaison Com
mittee at 7 pjn. Tuesday in
the Nebraska Union. All stu
dents are welcome.
A representative from
the Lincoln Public Schools
will speak on in service teach
er training at the Student
Education Association meet
ing Tuesday at 7 pjn. in the
Nebraska Union Harvest
Room. A panel of students
will discuss the makings of a
Legislators and Old West
Region Commission mem
bers will discuss the possi
bility of building the five
state regional veterinarian
school in Nebraska Tues
day. The meeting will be in
room 2230 at the Capitol at
A meeting of the Associ
ation for Childhood Educa
tion is planned for Tuesday
at 6:30 pjn. in Teachers
College 200. Georgia Glass
will speak on Montessori
A search committee is
looking for a new chairman
of the Deapiiment of
Human development and
the Family in the College of
Home Economics and
Institute of Agriculture and
include evidence of out
standing teaching and
extension experience and
administrative ability, said
committee woman Lois
The hew chairman will
replace John Woodward,
who was promoted to home
economics associate dean.
Jan. 15, 1976.
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Board of Equalization sets
state taxes at 15 per cent
A 25 per cent increase in the Nebraska
income tax unanimously was approved by
the State Board of Equalization Saturday,
raising the tax from 12 to 15 per cent.
The five-member board accepted the
increase proposal after the Legislature
okayed it during special session.
The new 15 per cent state income tax
will equal the 1972 rate, the highest rate
since the tax began.
The new state income tax rate means
that persons paying $100 in federal income
tax will pay $15 in state income tax, as
compared to the $12 they pay this year.
State sales tax will remain at the two-and-one-half
level, said the Board of
Equalization Chairman, Governor J. James
Exon seconded the motion of Tax
Commissioner William Peters to raise the
tax, because the three Republican members
of the board, Secretary of State Allen
Beermann, Treasurer Frank Marsh and
Auditor Ray A. C. Johnson, would not
make the motion.
The 15 per cent rate was "dictated and
mandated by the Legislature", Exon said,
because it failed to approve his three-bill
package in the special session, which would
have held the tax rate.
"The action of the Legislature enhances
the general fund more than we had antici
pated," the governor said.
NETV auction given prints
A set of five prints by artist LeRoy
Neiman depicting Nebraska football during
the Devaney years is the first major gift to
the 1976 Nebraskans for Public Television,
Inc. (NPTV) auction, to be held in April
Neiman is nationally known for his in
terpretations of major sports events, in
cluding the Ali-Frazier fight, and the
UNL Athletic Director Bob Devaney
autographed one of the prints at an auction
kickoff luncheon Friday.
The auction is the most important fund
raising activity for Nebraska Educational
Television (NETV), according to Jack
McBride, NETV general manager. The
money from the auction will be used to
develop programming of interest to
Nebraskans, McBride said.
Auction chairman Karen Dahlstrom said
there is "more early organization than in
previous years, and she said she believes
this will result in the ultimate success of
the auction in April.
Dahlstrom said the 1976 goal is $75,000,
the amount raised last year.
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