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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1978)
friday, September 15, 1978
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A UNL student
was injured Thursday
when she was struck by
a car while riding her bi
cycle at 16th and Vine
Streets, police said.
Lincoln Police Depart
ment reports said Carrie
L. Kabes, 20, of 628
Sandoz Hall, suffered
cuts and bruises when
struck by a car driven by
Cyrel D. Foote, 23, of
Kabes, a junior from
Clarkson, was treated
md released from Lin
coln General Hospital,
according to police.
Police reports said
Kabes was headed east
on Vine when she was
struck by Foote, who
was westbound on Vine,
making a left turn onto
Foote was ticketed
for failure to yield right
of way in the accident,
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Nicaragua . . .
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What Esquenazi-Mayo and the members of the LASA
are hoping for is the establishment of a provisional
governemnt with the re-establishement of political parties.
"They need one program that they can work with,"
"I think the best thing would be to give the people the
right to vote," Bolivar commented.
Reyes believes this won't be easy. "It will take a
complete change either by revolution or by Somoza's
Esquenazi-Mayo proposed that Venezuela's recent
introduction of a motion at United Nations asking for the
granting of rights to the population of Nicaragua should
be followed by the United States.
"The moral power of the U.S. would help tremendous
ly," he said.
Up to this point the U.S. has remained allegedly
uninvolved, he said. But they have actually had political,
diplomatic and business interests in the nation, he added.
"The firm commiment of the presidential administra
tion is needed," he stated.
He predicts that the outcome of the present fighting
depends on the National Guard and Somoza.
"Unless the National Guard rebels against Somoza, it's
going to be a long battle," he said. "If Somoza doesn't
resign, the rebellion will continue and the repression will
be brutal, from what he has said."
The UNL Chapter of the LASA consists of 25 members
from Colombia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico and
Venezuela. At present, there are none from Nicaragua.
Bolivar said die group tries to help students from Latin
America by easing the transition to die university.
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