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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1985)
Friday, March 15, 1935
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v 'fn HU J C were not lining up behind Copple, but j,, i5v6 tM3 " WeHer said, crossing not have moved.
O ) f I AN I V' 1 ' J i -A f said if he could unearth more Informs- Hi,pt ' J -Hii. rers 'They're "v'e wou!d hsve stayed right here,
JU U QUU J LU WLZi Ad U tica &bout th3 15.month.old common- Hpf IS ft SfeSty nc3rre hcre the action is," she said. '
wealth mess, he had their blessing. ' , t . Although Copple promised to sche
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Commonwealth Savings Co. depesl-
rs Interviewed after Newt Copple's
All thm ripnas'.tors interviewed
they think more will be uncovered
about Commonwealth s demise.
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"I think there's some merit in his
allegations." Richard Twiss cf Lincoln
said. "As depositors, we have no alter-
native but to be hopeful."
"He misht have sometninj! in some
cf hl3 claims," Luvern Uuemey or un-
cola said. Duemey said that since top-
new evidence, the press conference
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was "hardly worth my time.
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J Bob Kerrey and State tanking Director bankers and MgMankin NeaaAa wnted a?rtaerit after the
Roger Beverage accept Copple'i iiwita- governmental oEclals conspired to cover lnstituticn'3 con 4pse Nov. 1, 1883
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Hazel Wcimer cf Lincoln laid I
scandal is brewing.
SCsg" a Nebraska
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..pauj Amen (former banking director)
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trcirht up ca charges."
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movea to Wyoming in oepwroutr, i'j,
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department Weimer said that before
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they left, she and her husband asked
Costizraed Croa 1
Second vice presidential candidates
Jeff Hshback cf Target and Doug Kas-
parek of Charge will face each other in
a run off election March 20. Fichback
received 1,1 12 votes to Xasparek's 841.
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ESain becase the victory margin was
less than 10 percent.
Keating said Target will back him
"To be a more effective party we
need him," he said.
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Target candidates captured 14 sena-
torial slots and Change, 11.
"It should be a diverse senate and
I'm willing to work with all the ASUN
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Ansa whether they should take their
iy wr....jc waetner
Conweth W8S la good shape.
"He t:li there was no problem' at
Commonwealth," she said.
Ws lrAltaiion, nviss said he wouli
th the lafcmatlon surface in
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"I would like to see the simultanc
It mig.it open a keg of worms," she
senators," Keating said.
for presidential candidates Kevin
Goldstein of Change and Tim Burke of
Lookf it wss thdr second presidential
defeat in two years.
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Golustcin ssju lie was uisapDomted
?- happy with the increased support
he received from last year.
Goldstein ssid the! residence hall
turnout also pleased him.
"We brought out a lot cf new voters
and got the people out of the halls," he
"When you increase the student vote
by almost 1,000, you've got to be
proud," he said. "This should encour
age students to utilize ASUN."
Keating will take office April 3.
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ie state bankinf and Beveraie accect his Invitation "
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