The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, August 27, 1984, Page Page 12, Image 12

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You are invited to
UPC-Easl. . JJcsices & Comstock
What Ch first Pane;
When: Thursday, August 30 9 PM
Where: NE East Union-Great Plains Room
How Much: FPJEE'to UNL students $2.00 non-students
Committee Volunteers RSVP: 472-1780
5 PM. August 30 NE East Union Great Plains Room
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Our in-store lab has tK t r1 hinp right on do the work right here, to make suit4 your glasses
hand so our people can make sure your glasses meet our high standards. Our skilled opticians
are right. And we can usually have them ready make sure your glasses are completed down to
within 2 1 hours, unless vou have
a complicated prescription. We
the last detail. Without wast
ing any time
vision center j?
Nelisiy eares for esao mme than Ffenri2.
1132 0 Street
(Downtown Across from Centrum Plaza)
. 476-7533
Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri.. Sat. 9-5:30
Tues., Thurs. 9 9
Dr. J. H. Wilmes
Hours: Mon. -Fri. 10 9
Sat. 10 5:30
Dr.L. A. Benjamin, O.D.
Day, Evening and Saturday Eye Examination Appointments Available.
The following Lincoln Trans
portation Sycten schedule end
route EJustr.ents Ere effective
beginning today: College Viev
route 3 (trips leaving 62nd and
Gdre streets start ing at 4.-Co
p.m.); Normal route 13: (trips
arriving tt 2Sth end South streets
Inbound starting at 3:21 p.m.);
and Cross
town route 14: (the Crosstown
route will operate only one bus)
ell will be adjusted. Riders can get
a new schedule from their drivers.
LTS fare changes beginning Sat
urday are as follows: Cash: adults,
65 cents; children (5-11), 40
cents; and children 4 and under,
free. Punchcards: Adults (20-ride)
$13; students (20-ride, 6 a.m.
6:15 p.m., school days cnly), 53.
Passports: One month of unlim
ited rides, $20. Special Elderly
handicapped (9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday and all
day Saturday 30 cents; Ride &
Shop (10 a.m.-4 p.m.), free; handi
van (after urday), 7:15 p.m.), $1
cash only. Transfers: Regular and
stop-over are free. The 50-cent
mid-day fare has been eliminated.
For more information call LTS at
Women will have its second annus!
meeting Thursday at the YWCA,
1432 N St A pot luck dinner will
be held at 6 p.m. and a meeting
from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. to review
the last yc:-T cf activities and
identify the direction and priori-
IVl iiat-w,
The Lincoln Lancaster Drug
Crbis Line Is locling for volun
teers to take part in the fall train
ing program. '
The drug crhb line b a 24-hour
confidential service for people
with drug-related questions or
problems. It is a service of Lin
coln Lancaster Drug Projects, a
non-profit drug treatment agency
at 2615 N St training begins the
morning of Sept. 8. Evening ses
sions will follow on Sept. 11 and
1 2. Counseling or drug knowledge
i3 desirable but not required. If
interested, call the Drug Crisis
Coordinator at 475-5161.
Voter registration is easy and
takes only a few minutes. You can
register to vote at the Election
Commission Office, 555
S. 10th St., Room A068 from 8
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Tuesday
nights until 5:30 p.m. Once you
have registered, you dont have to
reregister unless you change your
name, move or plan to change
your political affiliation. Change of
address cards are available at
post ofSces or banks. To vote in
the Nov. 6 election you must be
registered by Oct. 26. For more
information on additional regis
tration sites call 471-7311.
Hyde 11 emorial Observatory, on
the south road cf Holmes Park,
will be open to the public every
Saturday night in September from
sundown until 1 1 p.m. There is no
admission charge. Groups of 20
or more can make arrangements
for other times by calling 471
7960, Monday through Friday from
8:30 am. to 5 p.m. For current
formation on astronomy and in
formation about the observatory,
call 471-7094.
Beginning Sept. 1, the Sheldon
Memorial Art Gallery will change
the evening hours during which it
is open to the public. Exhibition
galleries will be open Thursdays
until 10 p.m. Formerly, the gallery
was open to the public Tuesday
evenings. The new complete sche
dule at the Sheldon is as follows:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sat
urday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thursday,.
10 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sunday 2 p.ra.-5
p.m.; Closed Mondays.
There still are some internship
openings for the fall semester
with agencies of city and state
government, business, health
care facilities, social services and
political organisations. Interested
students should contact Millie
Katz at the Experiential Educa
tion Office, Oldfather 1218, the
first week cf classes or call 2-1 452
or 2-2891.
The UNL Publications Board
will meet Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. in
the Nebraska Union. Room will be
Beginning Sept 1 there will be
new hours for tours of the Gov
ernor's Mansion, 14th and H
streets. New hours will be Thurs
days from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Reser
vations are not necessary, but
groups of 10 or more should con
tact Candaee Wolf, 471-2466, be
fore the tour. Tour guides are
Womenc&istVfelence Against
The Lincoln RapeSpouse Abuse
Crisis Center, 1 133 H St., provides
a range of services to the com
munity. These include a 24-hour
confidential crisis line and sup
port for the victims, their friends
and families; short-term personal
counseling with individuals and
groups; community education and
in-service training for profession
als in the community and a re
source library of books, publica
tions and films.
The RapeSpouse Abuse Crisis
Center currenth fa looMng for
interested peopk to assist in pro
viding these services. The center
will begin a new training series
for volunteers at 6:30 p.m. Wed
nesday. Sis training sessions will
be held during a two-week period.
Topics to be covered in the train
ing series Include: crisis interven
tion counseling skills; the dynam
ics and psychology of rape and
spouse abuse; information on pol
ice, legal, hospital and welfare
procedures and policies. Call 476
3327 or 475-7273 for more information.
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Amy Officer Candidate School (O.CS.) h a 14-week
oacrs that will make you dlj deep inside yourself for mensl
aaj p!r;.ical ugliness. For smmina and emus?.
It isn't easy. But youll discover what '$ in&b you. Youll
Itt you have what it takes to lead. Youl come out a trfci, fit
??!rr$n cer the Army, ready o exerci;2 leader?
jlj chiian companies put a premium on.
L you're about to get your dvzz in'enecrjis cr sckrxe,
ccud be your next sdenc should be O.CS.
Call your Army Pcruiier.
ail 483-2221 or 475-8561 for detail