The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 18, 1984, Page Page 2, Image 2

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    Wednesday," April 18, 1934
Daily Nehra
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The following incidents were reported to the UNL
Police Department between 3 am. and 11 p.m.
Monday: - " M tU
3:27 a.m. Noise disturbance reported at Lather
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8:17 a.m. Rear window of pickup truck report
ed broken out by vandals in Parking Area 32 near
Plant Science Hall on East Campus.
10:58 am. Rope reported stolen from Mens
Physical Education Building.
12:07 p.m. Textbook reported stolen from Love
Library. Book was later recovered and one person
was arrested for theft.
12:50 p.m. Loud stereo disturbance reported at
iCth and S streets. Officer contacted those re-
SP5:25bpCra. - Jewelry reported stolen from Neb
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7:36 p.m. - Calculator reported stolen from
unspecified City Campus location. '
9 10 p.m. Person arrested for trespassing intne
College of Business Administration. Person tried to
gain entrance to custodial areas to collect alumi
num cans. Person had been warned on prior
occasions. , . . . .
10:25 p.m. Person was arrested after tne Lin
coln Police Department had issued a warrant. Cus
tody of person was turned over to LPD.
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Come aside awhile to pray
at the..,.
When: April 19-21
Where. Good Counsel Retreat House
Who: Young Catholic women, single
seventeen years or older
Why. To deepen your relationship with
the Lord through prayer and silence.
Write or call:
Marian Sisters
Rt. 1, Box 103
Waverly, NE 63462
Phone 786-2750
Off The Wire
National and international news
from the Renter News Report
Policewoman Idlled by nunfirc
at Libyan embassy in London
LONDON A burst of gunfire from the
Libyan embassy Tuesday killed a policewoman
and wounded 10 Libyan dissidents as the
strugie between supporters and opponents of
CoL Muammar Gaddafi spilled into London's
Armed police surrounded the Libyan Peo
ple's Bureau (embassy) in elegant St. James
Square after the mid-morning shooting, with
marksmen taking up positions on nearby roof-
t(The British Foreign office said that in an
apparent retaliatory move, Revolutionary
Guards had gathered outside the British Em
bassy in Tripoli, Libya, and refused to allow the
staff of 20 diplomats to leave. In London, there
was speculation that the government might
call in Britain's elite Special Air Service to end
the siege. SAS men in 19S0 stormed the Iranian
Embassy in London where dissidents were
Home (interior) Secretary Leon Brittan took
charge of the situation in the absence of Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher, who was in Por
tugal, and called the shooting "a barbarous
Libya's versionan an official broadcast moni
tored here, was that British police had storm
ed the mission and opened fire on the staff.
The witnesses said armed uniformed police
in flak jackets were in the square within
seconds of the shooting. As ambulances moved
in to remove the injured, police sealed off sur
rounding streets and began to evacuate shops
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Soviets planning offensive
WASHINGTON The Soviet Union may be
considering large-scale aerial bombings of
Afghanistan as part of a spring offensive there,
Reagan administration oinciais saia luesuay.
They based their opinion on evidence from
intelligence sources that the Soviet Union has
moved 36 medium-range bombers, support
aircraft and bombs to airfields near its border
with Afghanistan.
The officials, who asked not to be identified,
said the 36 Tupolev-16 twin-engine bombers
and 100 lighter bombers were moved to the
new positions last week. They cautioned that a
Soviet intent to bomb Afghan targets was only
an informed guess and that Moscow's action
could be aimed at intimidating Pakistan, which
has been backing Afghan rebels, or related to
the Iran-Iraq war.
AIDS breakthrough premature
WASHINGTON - Reportsthat a Washing
ton researcher has discovered the cause of
AIDS were described as premature Tuesday by
a spokesman for the Health and Human Servi
ces Department. The Washington Post report
ed that a national Cancer Institute team
headed by Dr. Robert Gallo had found persua
sive evidence that AIDS is caused by Human
T-Cell Leukemia.
But Shirley Barth, speaking for the Health
and Human Services Department, which runs
the institute, said the reports were premature
and that the research was still under study by
medical teams.
AIDS Acquired Immune Deficiency Syn
drome removes its victims immunity and
lays them open to a series of painful illnesses
which eventually kill The disease has inflicted
a high death toll among homosexuals. .
Special account nets 070
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina A special
account set up so Argentinians can help pay off
the country's $43.6 billion foreign debt has
taken in less than $70 since it was opened April
9, news reports said Tuesday. Economy Minis
ter Bernardo Grinspun ordered that the ac
count be opened at the National Bank. Special
signs in the bank's main lobby say: "Deposits
help cancel the foreign debt," A finger points
to a counter where deposits can be made.
The news reports said only three deposits
have been made since the account was opened.
The economic newspaper Ambito Financiero
said the deposits totalled $GS, while the news
agency Noticias Argentines said they amount
ed to $35.
Bank spokesman refused to confirm or deny
the reports.
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