The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 20, 1979, Page page 2, Image 2

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    daily nebraskan
tuesday, november 20, 1979
page 2
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Two further cuts are ' also available to
save some 'of the ' remaining $5,326.
Kruescher said it is possible to cut the
hours of the union. The feasibility of this
option depends on what the students want
and the number of people using theyunion
at night. If the City Campus Union closed
at U:30 pjn. Friday and Saturday; instead
of 12 p. m. and the East Union closed at 1 1
pjn. Friday and Saturday and closed at 5
pjn. on Sundays and an hour earlier during
the week, the Union Board could save
about $1,135, Kruescher said.
HE SAID that the closings would not be
temporary, but would be a policy for the
future. He added that greater savings could
be made in the future with the closings.
. Kruescher explained that currently the
union pays utilities by the square foot,
$.891 , but iin the future a meter will be in
stalled to determine the exact amount of
utilities the union uses. With the meters,
the Union would not be charged for
utilities shut off at night;
A personnel cut may also be a way to
make up for utility money. Kruescher said
that a savings of about $2,000 could be
made from personnel cuts.
Although cuts in the union are being
made, Kruescher said that salaries of union
employees will increase from 11 to 15
percent. Because the union employees are e
employees of the university and are subject
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The story that appeared on page
seven of the Monday issue of the
Daily Nebraskan incorrectly reported
that Katie Rinn was the first woman
to be elected to the NU Board of
However, Christine Baker was
elected to the board from the NU
medical school in 1976.
7-7:30 a.m.-Intervarsity Christian Fel
lowship, Room 401.
9:30 ajn.-Nebraska Union Staff, The
Cellar, North.
H a.m. -Chancellor's Office, Heritage
Room, Regency Suite B.
J2 p.m.-Sports Information Basketball
luncheon, Pewter Room.
12 p.m.-College of Business staff lunch
eon, Georgian Suite A.
12 p.m.-Chancellor's Office luncheon,
Regency Suite A.
: 12 p.m.-College of Engineering lunch
eon, Georgian Suite B.
3:15-5 pjn. -Parking Advisory Board,
Regency Suite B.
to raises by the NU Board of Regents, a
salary raise is inevitable next year because
the regents plan a salary increase in next
year's budget. The minimum wage which is
scheduled to increase in January, also will
cause an increase in employee salaries
Kruescher said.
ANOTHER OPTION; Kruescher said, is
that he. may ask Vice Chancellor for
Student Affairs Richard Armstrong to take
a deficit from student banking. This would
mean that the union would used interest
from the student account, which adds up
to about $68,000, to pay the rest of the
bill, Kruescher said he asked Armstrong if
the interest from student account could be
used for the remaining $10,000, but
Armstrong said no. He said he may ask for
$4,000 now.
, For future utility bills, Kruescher said
he wants the university to pay, for the
services they receive from the union. He
said the services include meeting rooms,
home -economics classrooms, staff offices
and labs held in the East Campus kitchen.
"It's only fair that the university pay
for it's share," Kruescher said. "If the
university does not pay, student fees would
have to increase." -
. The operating expenses of the union,
which continue to rise, will require in the
future that student fees be increased or
that program and services will be cut,
Kruescher said.
Long term changes in the union, such as
renovation of the bookstore, the Colonial
room and the Crib will all add to the union
as a money making institution and may
defray student costs, he said.
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Editor in chiefs 'Amy , Lenzen; Managing
editor: Margaret Stafford; News editor: Randy
Essex; Associate news editors: Brenda Moskovits,
Rocky Strunk; Night news editor: Frank Hassler;
Assistant night news editor: Karen Keller;
Features editor: Jill Denning; Layout editor; Deb
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Sports editor: Rick Huls; Photography chief:
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The Daily Nebraskan is published by the UNL
Publications ' Board Monday through Friday
during the fall and spring semesters, except
during vacation. .
Address: Daily Nebraskan, 34 Nebraska
Union, 14th and R streets, Lincoln, Neb., 68588.
Telephone: 472-2588.
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