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monday, march 8, 1970 .
Levine memorial services
to be at Kimball Tuesday
Memorial services for David Levine,
UNL psychology . professor, will be
Tuesday at 1 1 a jn. at Kimball Recital
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Levine, 47, died Friday afternoon,
apparently of a heart attack. He was
jogging on the indoor track in Memorial -Stadium
when he' suddenly collapsed
about 1 -p.m. and was rushed to Bryan -Memorial
Hospital, according to Campus
Police. v . . : : -.'
Levine was known to have a heart
ailment but it "was not thought to be as
serious as it obviously was," said Richard
Dienstbier, Psychology Dept. chairman.
'The man will be . impossible to
replace," Dienstbier continued. "He
could work effectively in more areas than
anyone else on the staff, and did."
Levine, who was department chairman
from 1968 until 1974, began his UNL
career as an associate professor of
psychology in 1957 and became a full
professor in 1963.
He was active in the Psychology-Law
program and at the time of his death was
being considered for the prestigious
editorship of the Journal of Social Issues,
according to Dienstbier.
"His death is a tremendous loss to the
total education community as well as the
community at large," NU President D. B.
Varner said. "I developed a strong
admiration for the man and his realistic
approach to solving problems in the
Levine was active in community and
university affairs, serving as president of
the. Open Door Health Center and as a
member of the Arts and Sciences College
Executive Committee. He afeo was a
member of the Society for Scientific
Study of Social Issues, the American
Psychological Association, the board of
the Civil liberties Union, and president
of. , the - Nebraska Psychological
Born in New York City, Levine
received his B.S. from the University of
Michigan, and his PhD. from New York
University. He came to Nebraska in 1951
to become a clinical psychologist at the
Veteran Administration in Lincoln and
stayed there until his appointment to
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' David Levine, UNL psychology professor, died Friday afternoon, apparently of
a heart attack. Memorial services will be held Tuesday at 11 ajn. at Kimball
Recital Hall. - x
UNL during his career.
The U.S. Public Health Service He is survived by his wife, June; a son,
awarded two grants to Levine for his Adam Levine of Grinnell, Iowa and three
studies of mental health clinics. He also daughters, Katha Dalton of Seattle; Jane
was engaged in research at the Institute of Levine of Chicago; and Emily Levine of
Criminology in Cambridge in England Lincoln.
NETV is smelling like rose after logo settlement
By Anita Stork
Imagine investing $100 in the stock market and earning
5,000 or 7,000 times your original investment.
Incredible as it sounds, Nebraska Educational
Television Network (NETV) has done something similar.
In a decision announced Friday, the National Broad
casting Company (NBC) has agreed to give NETV
$500,000 worth of equipment and a $55,000 cash settle
ment in exchange for exclusive right to the disputed "N"
logo shared by the two.
The dispute between NETV and NBC was sparked
when NBC, after months of work and thousands of
dollars, introduced its new logo Jan. 1. Replacing its
peacock, NBC's stylized "N" was almost identical to
NETV's symbol, which has been said to have cost
about $100 to develop, had been used since June 8,
1975. NETV announced it would be willing to give up its
right to the "Nn, but NBC refused to negotiate until
NETV filed suit against NBC in district court.
The settlement was announced by NETV Network
General Manager Jack McBride. NBC was represented by
Omaha attorney William Morrow. Robert T. Howard,
president of NBC's Television Network Division, had
planned to attend the meeting but was unable to because
of snow. Also present were Nebraska Atty. Gen. Paul
Douglas and Asst. Atty. Gen. Harold Moser.
Equipment "donated" by NBC includes a 27-foot
mobile van, three color television cameras, various pieces
of editing equipment and a portable camera;
"The mobile unit will allow color telecasts of the
Legislature," McBride said. "NBC has guaranteed the
equipment for six months. We've inspected the equipment
and it's all in excellent condition."
Estimating the replacement cost of the equipment at
$500,000, McBride said the list .cost would be "closer to
Philip Heckman, Nebraska Educational Television
Commission chairman, said the equipment was "not just
a toy for NETV to play with."
"A color mobile unit has been on our equipment
application list for several years," Heckman said. "It will
give us imporved network programming on a year-long
The agreement was unanimously approved by the
An additional $55,000 will be paid by NBC for
NETV's legal fees, development of a new logo and
removal of the old logo.
The "N" logo will be removed from NETV by April
1 and from all programs produced after Jan. 1, 1976.
NBC offered use of its graphic and art dept. for
development of a new logo, but William Korbus, NETV
art director, said commission members turned down the
Korbus, also a UNL faculty member, said he wasn t
upset by NETVs abandonment of his design.
"An artist is constantly creating things for a short
time span," Korbus said. "Not everything you create is
the Sistine Chapel."
In a press release, Howard said, "NBC has for many
years contributed equipment and funds to public broad
casting and we are pleased to make this further contribu
tion in a constructive resolution of the matter relating to
our respective symbols.
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