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Thursday, November 29, 1S34
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Today is the final day to mea
sure for caps and gowns for Dec.
22 commencement exercises. It
must be done at the Nebraska
The Chancellor's Commission
on the Status of Women C-line
task Force is hosting two lun
cheons to discuss the issue of pay
equity the comparable pay
The lunches will be today at
11:45 a.m. in the Nebraska East
Union and Dec. 4 at 1 1:45 am. in
the Nebraska Union.
Each luncheon will be limited
to 35 (Mine people, and informa
tion gained from the luncheons
will be used to plan future activi
ties concerning pay equity.
To make reservations for the
luncheon, call June Osborne at
The following incidents were reported
to UNL police between 1 2:40 a.m. and 4:03
12:49 a.m. Alleged vandalism reported
at Selleck Quadrangle. Someone report
edly threw a rock through a window.
6:23 a.m. Accident reported in the
metered parking lot near 13th and R
streets. No injuries were reported.
10-23 turn. Wallet reported stolen from
the Home Economics building on East
12:19 p.ra. Fire alarm reported sound
ing at the Berkley Memorial Center on
12:4$ p.u. Backpack reported stolen
from Neihardt Residence Center.
2 23 p.m. Battery reported stolen fircm
a vehicle in Parking Area 39 west of the
Nebraska Center for Continuing Educa
tion on East Campus. .
2:33 p.m. Two attempted thefts of auto
accessories reported in Parking Area 30
west of the Nebraska Continuing Educa
tion on East Campus.
4:03 p.m. Battery reported stolen from
a vehicle in Parking Area 30 west of the
Nebraska Center for Continuing Educa
tion on East Campus.
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In an article on student cheat
ing at UNL in Wednesday's Daily
Nebraskan, William R. Todd
M&ncillas, professor of speech
communications at UNL, initiated
the survey and collaborated with
Ed Sisson to complete it. This
information was aceidently
omitted in editing.
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WASHINGTON Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger
Wednesday laid down six tests to be applied before sending
UJS. troops to war.
In a speech to the National Press Club, Weinberg said he
hoped the tests would help to decide whether troops should be
deployed in the future. .
U.S. should send troops overseas where needed if:
Political and military goals Tor the deployment are clearly
Public backing is won.
e An intent to Tight to win clearly exists.
Terrorism or insurgency exists.
Vital US. interests are at stake.
Nn othpr ontion exists.
Wptnhr-rr'pr said in some cases troops can be sert overseas
not for combat but for peacekeeping missions, citing the
deployment of Marines to Beirut, Lebanon, where more than
240 were killed in a bomb attack on their barracks last year.
The United States knew that if the Marines' peacekeeping mis
sion could not be realized, it would be necessary to deploy more
troops or to withdraw them, he said. President Resgan prop
erly withdrew the forces, Weinberger s aid.
Defence cuto may curb red ink -
WASHINGTON President Reagan Wednesday was handed
plans for curbing huge budget deficits with deep domestic
spending and defense cuts totalling nearly HO billion in the
next fiscal year, administration oOcia!3 said.
But the plan could touch off a row between Defense Secre
tary Caspar Weinberger and Reagan's senior economic officials
over how much defense spending should be curbed.
Weinberger plans to submit a defense budget of some $333.7
billion of authorized spending for financial 1025. But adminis
tration officials, who asked not to be named, say a plan for
slowing defense spending growth has been presented to the
ei reoifpis, oays goal me
WASHINGTON William Ruckelshaus, who took over as
head of the Environmental Protection Agency during one of its
most troubled periods 1 9 months ago, resigned Wednesday the
White House said. In his letter of resignation, Ruckelshaus told
President Reagan he felt he had accomplished his goal of bring
ing stability to the agency and wished to return to private life.
Ruckelshaus, 51, was nominated on March 21, 1833, when
the EPA was torn with controversy. The agency's previous
administrator, Anne Burford, had resigned only days earlier,
amid charges of mismanagement of toxic waste sites. Other
top EPA officials had also resigned or were dismissed. Morale
among staffers there was low and a row was developing
between the administration and Congress over Burford's ref
usal to supply agency documents to committees that were
investigating its dealings. ,
But the appointment of Ruckelshaus appeared to ease the
controversy and effectively removed the environment as an
issue during Reagan's re-election campaign.
U.S. donates wheat' to
WASHINGTON The lleagan administration Wednesday
announced it was donating 300,000 tons of wheat to meet
emergency needs in Ethiopia and other famine-stricken Afri
can countries. U.S. Agriculture Department omcisb ssid the
wheat would come from U.S. emergency reserves ar.d would be
delivered beginning in April Aside from Ethiopia, African
countries earmarked for the emergency aid were not identified
in the Agriculture Department announcement.
Site of Salvadoran peace telZxo oet
San Salvador, El Salvador The Salvadorsii government
and left-wing guerrillas agreed- Wednesday to hold their sscond
round of peace talks Friday in the hamlet of Astasia near San
Guerrilla representative Jorge VUlscorta said by telephone
RomCosta Rica that foreign diplomats and the International
Led Cross would provide security for the two political and two
mLuary guerrilla leaders chosen to take part in the tsDss.
Guerrilla leaders Hector Oqueli and Ruben Zamora will
represent then political wing. He said Da-oberto Gutierrez and
jacundo Guardado would represent the five mi&sxy groups of
the tarabundo Marti National Liberation Front, which b fight
ing tr.e Unbacked government President Jose Napoleon
uuarte, who called the talks, has said he would not attend the
second meeting and named four delegates to represent the
en. Dole elated mqfority lender
Zi110? Veteran Repuhlfcin Sen. Robert Dole of
Kansas vednesdv .-
rL 1- ed Stevej13 of Alaska.
vi5!nnax!,-Cf2lmisa ofthe Senate finance Committee and
wSf!f nin3-mate of Gerald Ford m ti 1976, will
seedlWdBaksr of Tennessee, who b retidng in January
Satin? t0 k the ICGa.Eepubllcim presidential
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