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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1984)
Friday, September 14, 1834
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Sourct: Ltncxtter County Cltrk'i
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"If you are attracted to some
one other than your partner, you
should be able to tell them," he
said. "That does not mean you
have to go to bed with them.
.beuiieuner saiu repi casting wc
underground sex life can have
two unhealthy results: exaggera-
tion of attraction that can lead to
casual involvement and affairs
outside a marriage that can lead
Limit fantasies These couples don't want to jeo
He suggested that flirting, com- pardize their retirement income
plementing someone or openly or inheritance arrangements,
discussing an attraction is pref
erable. ' 'Careful' couples
"Most human beints are con-
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cated before. Leinfellner stresses
in his class that he does not pro
mote promiscuity when discuss
ing living together as preparation
tV Jrtii r tfnintf to rnhabltate.
it should not be out of sexual
. gratification alone"," he said. "It
should be a learning experience,
to find out what typt of person
you are going to be able to live
He said couples wishing to enter
trial marriages should discuss the
terms openly. He suggested that a
policy of "no kids" should be a top
policy of "no kids" should be a top
Tir-inrttv AftnrthA lnrnt ntf nprlnrl
is completed, he said the couple
should decide whether to marry
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to marriage is onen"
retired Amer can coupip wu
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have been widowed or divorced
And as of Marcn in
bus, 47 passsngsr buses
to be "more careful" this time
Usirnt cohabitation as a trial
educational psrehology professor
snow no correlation between coha -
"Cohabitation doesn't seem to
relate to the stability of marrie,'
Dixon said "Couples who have
Uved tSher dnot shew a
ower divorce rate than couples
wno uia not Ln. ,fc.
UnCC IHCY EUl Hiaiucu. uuy
n,, ,i;f., ns vr,n cMri
- were ...1
oitne aaimg process,
decoW penses and stUi not be married in Strict monogamous relation
Court in 1976 created new rules the eyes of the IRS. c ship: . many ous and per
in the cohabitation came. Emma Stevens arid Stephen sonal ethics caU for.
AJ weemSStrtehts to Holmes set down a sample coha- Panugrouppossiblygoveni
Drooertv can i be enforced bitaton contract in a 1977 article ment Instituted in areas of near-
Impliedpropertyagreements in Playboy Magazine. The contract overpo
Economic ccsisideration but do not desire to acquire any Senior marriage: couples over
From palimony, we turn to ali- rights or obligations with respect 60, for example, can marry as
mony The Nebraska Supreme to property, income, support that they choose without being penal
rvmrt wrnnciHrinjirnhabitation might otherwise accrue to either ized through Social Security de-
as grounds to stop alimony pay-
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UNL police cleared a case in
volving a stolen vehicle Wednes
day with a report that the vehicle
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ments by a former spouse.
Leinfellner said this is already
an accepted practice in Europe,
with the stipulation that the coha-
bitatlng couple must share one
residence and not operate out or
'In Europe, Someone stays in
your residence more than three
5w. 3p mu? report Utii to the
police," he said. "It's a part of pub-
ic record They even file Income
Cohlbitating couples in the
United States must file single re-
turns, hqwever.A representative
Xf nn a Pni i jnrnin CPA firm,
said that In common-law States a
fcint re permit-
often seven vears
rnnrrhntP to each other's ex-
Tous of entering
into a cohabitation relationship
ci us qy reason oi inis lemporary
had never been stolen.
A UNL student reported the
csr stnlpn Auc. 30. Th st.urfpnt.
reported perking the car in Park
ing Areas 1 and 2 st 21st and Vine
streets and finding it later in
Parking Area 2 on the east side of
Sandoz HalL The student also re
ported that, the car had been
damaged during the time it was
Through a follow-up investiga
tion, the student was issued a
citation for leaving the scene and
for filing a false police report.
Arraignment. Hstoe - c on
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ana oepi. iv, respectively, m L&n-
csster County Court
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ihe iouowing incidents were
reported to UNL police between
8:50 a.m. and 11:29 p.m. Wed-
o.b's) a.m. Billfold reported
stolen from Oldfather HalL
8:53 am. Parking permit
reported stolen from a car park
ed off campus.
11:07 a.m. Portable stereo
reported stolen from a car in
Parking Area 3 at 14th and New
101 N. 27th.
Warm or Cold
12 pk. cans
union." . 4. .
Even though the number of
unmarried couples living together
has dramatical increased the
only 2 percent of people living
the number ldurbig
not showing snmcant cnars
one way or the ether. .
Uinfcllncr sdd that during the
Reagan admktitra Uon, we have
had a return to traditional trends.
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lie saia mo imcti impus uur-
ingttoes of Improving economies,
kt he projects several methods
of living together that may be
avaUable to couples in the future.
trial marriage without kids.
1 1:55 a.m. " Billfold reported
stolen from phone booth on first
floor Oldfather HalL
p.m. Dicycie reporcea
stolen from Love Memorial Hall
on East Campus.
1:32 p.m. UNL police assisted
Lincoln police with a traffic acci
dent at 14th and V streets. No
2:35 p.m. Belated report of a
walkrnan-casette stereo stolen
from Memorial Stadium. The theft
reportedly occurred Saturday.
3:30 p.m. After a follow-uo
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"ivciigauon oi a sioien veiucie,
police reportedly issued a person
a citation for filing a false police
report and leaving the scene of
an accident. Ths person reported
theft of car Aug. 30. .
5:14 p.m. Attempted theft
reported irom a car at Ibta ana
vtne streets, ine person repoix
edly attempted to remove the
5:15 p.m. Wallet reported
stolen from Nebraska Union,
11:29 p.m. Person reported
tampering with emergency phone
at Parking Area 3 near 14th and
New Hampshire streets.
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