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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1986)
Monday, March 17, 1986
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THE BJOBJSTOF, OMAHA!
will get you there!
BASIC ONE WAY RATE EITHER DIRECTION S1410
ROUND TRIP (Musi be puichased as such) S24""
CHILDREN & SPOUSES TRAVEL 12 FARE
THE LEX SCHEDULE
Coco's (66th A O ) to Omaha's Eppley Airport
Leavt Coco's Arrive Operates
1. 4 45 am. 6:00 Mon. thru Fri.
2. 9:15 am. 10:30 Mon. thru Sat.
(Service from Clayton House at 4 30a m. and 9 00 a m.
3. 12:15 p.m. 1.30 Mon. thru Fri.
4. 3:15 p m. 4:30 Sun. thru Fri.
Omaha Airport to Coco's
Leave Eppley Arrive Operates
1. 10:45 a.m. 12:00 Mon. thru Fri.
2. 1:45 p.m. 3:00 Sun. thru Fri.
3. 4:45 p m. 6:00 Sun. thru Fri
'Golden Key' honorary
to UNL. will inclyet ab
National Honor1 Society
Achievement & Excellence
Stop by the information
table in the Student Union
March 17, 18, 19
About 2,123 UNL students will have
the opportunity to become members of
a newly-organized national honorary on
campus, according to the UNL chapter
The Golden Key National Honor
Society, established nationally in 1977,
was recently organized on the UNL
campus by regional director Tim
Golden Key chapter president Kelly
Bunkers said that membership is by
invitation only and is limited to juniors
and seniors in the top 15 percent of
their class. UNL members must have a
3.3 grade point average and have com
pleted 24 hours at the university,
Bunkers said. Part time as well as full
time students qualify.
Letters inviting new members were
sent out last week to precede the
honorary's Campus Awareness Days,
Monday through Wednesday, Bunkers
said. The organization will sponsor a
booth in the Nebraska Union, 10 a.m. to
2 p.m., to answer any questions invited
students may have about membership,
Golden Key is a national non-profit
organization with over 75 collegiate
chapters at major universities across
the country. The society has inducted
more than 75,000 lifetime members
and 1,000 honorary members since it
was founded at Georgia State Univer-
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demic achievement on campus, com
munity service activities and other
social functions. Members also are
eligible to attend regional and national
Invited members should return their
information sheet by April 15 with the
$45 lifetime membership fee. Bunkers
said the major portion of the fee bene
fits the UNL Golden Key chapter, through
receptions, scholarships and career
A reception to honor Golden Key
members will be April 23, with the
presentation of certificates to the new
Two $1,000 scholarships will be
awarded to two outstanding initiates
selected by the officers and advisor of
the organization, Bunkers said.
Students traveling abroad
should start preparations
By Molly Adams
Students planning to travel overseas
this summer, should start their prepa
rations soon, according to a spokesman
for the Overseas Opportunities Center
Rod Merta, OOC program coordina
tor, said there are a number of things
students need to do before going abroad.
"One of the most important things
students need to do right away," he
said, "is to arrange airline reserva
tions." Merta said the airline ticket is the
most expensive part of a European trip
and urged students to take advantage
of the lower airfares currently being
Once the airline ticket has been pur
chased, Merta said, students can focus
their attention on planning their trip.
Merta said there are several ways to
explore foreign countries on a low
For example, he said, "purchasing a
Eurail Pass for travel in Europe is an
exceptionally good deal."
The Eurail Pass offers students un
limited second-class rail travel in the
16 countries of continental Europe. A
one-month pass for people under age 26
costs $290. A two-month pass costs
Merta said the Eurail Pass enables
students to board a train, the most
convenient form of travel in Europe, at
any time of the day without having to
purchase a ticket.
Another way students can stretch
their travel dollars is to purchase a
Youth Hostel Pass. This card entitles
students to stay at any of the 4,200
hostels in the world.
The nightly rate for lodging at hos
tels ranges from $2.50 to $ 10. The Youth
Hostel Pass costs $20 for people 18 and
A third way students can save money
once they reach their destination is to
have an International Student I.D.
card. Merta said the card entitles stu
dents to obtain free or reduced rates at
attractions such as theaters, museums
and student hostels. The OOC issues
Merta said it is important for stu
dents to be aware of the current foreign
"The American dollar isn't nearly as
strong as it was a year ago," he said,
"But it is still good."
The OOC offers pamphlets contain
ing tips on budgeting and converting
currency information. Merta said stu
dents are welcome to come in any t ime
if they have questions about planning a
The OOC located in Room 345, Ne
braska Union, is open from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday.
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Are those long
walks to class
wearing on your
Dr. Paul Klawitter and Associates of
THINK OT YOUR FOOT FUNCTIONING VERY
SIMILAR TO THE FRONT END OF YOUR CAR.
When your car's out of alignment
The tires wear out
Uneven stress is placed on the frame
The steering wheel begins to shake
Soon the car functions so badly, you can't drive it
THE MISALIGNED FOOT DOES THE SAME THING.
Pressures develop and trouble starts immediately
Bones move against bones
Ligaments become stretched
Soon the entire alignment of your entire body is faulty
SYMPTOMS OF FAULTY FOOT FUNCTION
localized foot pain
then bunions, corns, and calluses
before long, pain in the knees
hip pain, leg cramps
and even neck pain-headaches
YOU JUST HURT ALL OVER!
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Call Dr. Paul Klawitter and Associates at Tho Fm rt;n;
for free consultation or exam through the month of April.
We are not listed under podiatrist in the yellow pages but
under physician D.P.M.
600 N. Cotner
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