The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 14, 1984, Page Page 2, Image 2

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Daily Nebraskan
Wednesday, November 14, 1934
20 Off Everything in the Store
Books, Gifts, Music & Bibles.
245 N. 13th
Gunny's Complex
East Lincoln
70th & Vine
Meadowlane Shopping Center
The following incidents were reported
to UNL police between 9:1 1 am. and 8:48
p.m. Monday.
0:11 Jacket reported stolen
from the Nebraska Center for Continuing
Education on East Campus.
8:33 a-m. Trash cans reported stolen
from Memorial Stadium.
10:22 tLm. Photograph equipment
reported stolen from the Military and
Naval Science Building.
12:22 p.m. Antenna reported broken
off a vehicle in Parking Area 2 at 1 640 Y St.
3:10 p.ra. Stereo equipment reported
stolen from a vehicle near 20th and U
7:S3 p.m. Coat reported stolen from
8:33 p.m. Billfold reported stolen
from College of Business Administration.
6AZ p.m. Mirror reported broken on
a vehicle in Parking Area 1 near 17th and
R streets.
. . . We at Wright's want to create the jewelry
that will give joy through the generations.
CORNER OF 13th & P
u A r
January 2-8
Departing Lincoln early
a.m. on January 2nd and
Arriving back in Lincoln
late p.m. on January 8
S25B with transportation
$212 without transportation
($20 damage deposit will be assessed)
Sign-up: ;850 deposit ..
. If" Ski SSoo-'
Lodging at Ski inn or Promentory
(4-10 persons per unit)
4 out of 5 days lift
Beer and Cheese party on the Mountain
2 evening parties
Discounted ski rental
UPC and Trave! Associates staff on duty
$7.00day ski rentals.
Extra ski lift ticket is $15.00
Both Must Be -Prepaid
by December 1st
You may bring your own equipment
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Thursday-November 15th
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National and international news
from the Renter News Report
Ortega says Miearagnans
prepare for ILS. invasion
MANAGUA Thousands of young Nicaraguans reported
Tuesday for orders and training in preparation for what the
country's left-wing Sandinista leaders fear will be a U.S.
Nicaraguan armed forces remained on maximum alert and
Defense Minister Humberto Ortega said in a news conference
Tuesday that his government would step up military prepara
tions within 15 days for an invasion by U.S. troops.
Part of the preparation includes a new shipment of helicop
ters from the Soviet Union, Foreign Minister Miguel DEscoto
said in a television interview Tuesday. He d 3 mis sed specula
tion that a Soviet ship that arrived last week in the Nicaraguan
port of Corinto was carrying Soviet MiG-21 jet fighters.
Soviet-made tanks and anti-aircraft guns have been deployed
on the main roads of the capital since early Monday in what
diplomats here said was intended as a show of force to the
United States.
The deployment coincided with the opening in Brasilia of a
meeting of the Organization of American States, where both
the United States and Nicaragua hoped to rally support for
their ideologically opposed policies on Central America,
Secretary of State George Shultz said at the opening of the
DAS meeting Monday: "The fear of invasion seems to be self
induced on the part of Nicaragua"
But Nicaragua's leaders have said they had reason to fear an
invasion because of the extensive network of military bases the
United States has built in neighboring Honduras. They also
cited frequent UJS.-Honduran exercises and the presence of
U.S. warships off Central America.
The Pentagon has said naval exercises now being staged in
the Atlantic and Pacific oceans were not in preparation for an
Aides admit defi
cit may
m -worn &r
WASHINGTON Reagan Administration aides conceded
Tuesday the U.S. budget outlook has deteriorated and the
deficit may exceed $100 billion Li the current fiscal year in the
absence of new policy initiatives.
In August, the White House said the deficit would fall slightly
to $172.4 billion in the 1085 fiscal year if current policies were
President Reagan said during his re-election campaign that
the economic expansion was trimming government red ink.
But slower-than-expected economic growth has reduced
government revenues and pushed the deficit estimate up by
more than $20 billion, one official said. The new estimate has
added urgency to the administration's search for possible cuts
in domestic spending.
White House spokesman Larry Speakes reaffirmed Reagan's
re-election campaign anti-tax stance and said Reagan told a
cabinet meeting Tuesday that "our main purpose is to decrease
the rate of growth in government." But his spending blueprint,
to be presented to Congress early next year, will face opposi
tion on Capitol Hill, especially in the Democrat-controlled
'Baby Fae' continues 'rejection fight
LOMA LINDA, Calif. Doctors striving to prevent four-week-old
"Baby Fae" from rejecting her baboon heart have
placed her back on a respirator and are trying a new anti
rejection drug, a medical bulletin said Tuesday. "Baby Fae"
continued to fight the initial graft rejection episode that began
last week and has diminished the heart function, the bulletin
Doctors have placed an order for a human heart for "Baby
Fae" in case the baboon transplant fails. They have also said
they would consider another baboon transplant for her if a
human heart could not be obtained.
U.S. test
WASHINGTON The United States Tuesday tested the gui
dance and target homing systems of an anti-satellite weapon
which was fired into space towards & stsr from an F-15 jet
fighter over California, the Air Force announced. It was the
first test to check the rocket's infra-red seeking guidance sys
tem. The weapon was not fired at a satellite or other target, but
was instead blasted into space toward a bright star, the Air
Force said. Stars give off infra-red light rays just as satellites do.
Rqjiv Gandhi announces elections
NEW DELHI Indian Prime Minister Eajiv Gandhi, riding a
wave of sympathy over his mother's recent assassination and
buoyed by improvements in the economy, Tuesday called
national parliamentary elections for Dec 24, two weeks earlier
than forecast by most political analyst
However, in the Sikh-majority Punjab state, where Sikh
extremists have been fighting for autonomy, or in Assam the
site of sectarian strife.
Gandhi called the elections 13 days after his mother, Indira
WteS sKuniea oy two or her Sikh bodyguards. Opin
wii uuia uuvusaea since th?i h uA in
7J w Piy was nicely to score an overwhelming victory
in ins election to s?iTt n mm i
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