The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 30, 1997, Page 10, Image 10

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also brandishes enough influence
within the film industry to actually
alter material, he said.
“Take ‘Showgirls,’ for instance—
obviously not a great movie, but it was
still some director’s vision,” Stretz
said. “The studio had to take back the
video and re-edit it just for Block
This form of censorship seems
dangerous in the hands of such a pow
The intent of the evolving Film
Strip Video is to provide an alterna
tive to current corporate video hege
“The customers here get their vid
eos for 99 cents, or $2.75 with tax for
a new release,” said Stretz. “I hope
people realize that the independent
video store owner is an endangered
But if you don’t rewind, Stretz
promises, he won’t be the only endan
gered species, bub.
erfiil and prolific corporate entity, he
“It infuriates me to think that these
blue suits are saying people aren’t
smart enough to make their own de
cisions,” he said. “It includes pornog
raphy, too. I’m not a great advocate of
pom, but it does satisfy a need for
some people and it’s not for me to
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stores were referred to the company’s
national headquarters, which did not
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Rather identifies attacker
11 years after beating
NEW YORK (AP)—The mystery
nay be solved: Dan Rather has iden
ified the man he says beat him up on
he street in 1986 while demanding
0 know “Kenneth, what is the fre
The CBS anchorman said his as
sailant was William Tager, now in
Trison for killing an NBC stagehand
Tutside the “Today” show in 1994.
Tager was convinced the media
lad him under surveillance and were
Teaming hostile messages to him, and
le demanded that Rather tell him the
frequency being used, according to a
'orensic psychiatrist who examined
Hager after the NBC shooting.
It is still unclear why Rather’s at
acker apparently called him Kenneth.
The turn of events apparently ends
1 weird mystery, one that inspired a
Test-selling song by R.E.M., “What’s
he Frequency, Kenneth,” and made
he newsman the butt of jokes.
Rather was told by the psychiatrist,
Or. Park Dietz, that Thger was almost
certainly his attacker. The anchorman
dentified Thger from pictures supplied
Ty the New York Daily News.
“There’s no doubt in my mind that
this is the person,” Rather said in
Wednesday’s News.
Rather was confronted at about 11
p.m. while walking on Park Avenue.
When he tried to walk away, he said,
he was punched from behind in the
jaw and knocked to the ground. The
attacker then chased Rather into a
building, kicking him several times in
the back.
Dietz told the newspaper that
Tager admitted attacking Rather after
running into the newsman by chance
and recognizing him.
Tager, 49, of Charlotte, N.C.,
pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the
slaying of stagehand Campbell Mont
gomery and was sentenced to 25 years
in prison. Tager was trying to take an
assault rifle into the street-level “To
day” studio at Rockefeller Center
when Montgomery pointed him out to
The district attorney’s office said
charges won’t be filed in the Rather
attack because the statute of limita
tions has run out. Tager’s lawyer, John
Esposito, told the News there are still
questions as to whether Tager was in
National Banfc of Commaree
The National Bank of Commerce Is currently accepting
applications for:
‘(Two) Teller* -Bank South
Hours 1-5:45 p.m., Monday-Friday
830-noon, Saturday
12-5:45 Monday-Friday
830-noon, Saturday.
‘Part-time data entry rep
Hours 9-2, Monday-Friday
7-11 a.m„ Saturday.
‘(Two) Encodero-ttam processing
Hours 2-9pm Monday AND Friday
5-9 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8-1 Saturday.
1-9 Monday AND Friday
1-4 Saturday.
For more details, please call the First Commerce job
hotline, 434-4700.
Need 3 HASHERS! Monday
Thursday, will work with
anyone who has a meeting
Monday nights, good food and
salary. Call Housemother at
436-6909 before 9 am or after
2:30 pm.
Part Time:
Accurate and dependable individual desired for file room
position. 8.-00 - 11:45am or 12:45pm-4:30pm, Mon-Fri.
Apply in person at NE Farm Bureau, 5225 S. 16th Street.
Perform a variety of clerical and work processing func
tions related to the Crop Insurance department. Good
math skits a plus. 20 hours per week, M-F, flexible
schedule. Earned vacation. Apply in person or send
resume. Nebraska Farm Bureau, 5225 So. 16th, Lincoln,
NE 68512.
Part time teachers needed to work with school aged
children. Monday-Friday, 7:00am-9:00am. Ful time pre
school teacher needed. Monday-Friday. Apply in person
Krayon Campus. Inc. 6001 Normal Blvd.
Need Custorial staff for weekday overnight, weekend
overnight, and a late afternoon position. Up to $7.00/hour,
apply at Sports Courts. 222 North 44th.
Isco. Inc„ a manufacturing firm, has an immedale open
ing for a part-time Computer Operator to run night pro
cesses after regular business hours; perform daily
backup routines; and. secure the bulding and arm the
alarm system. Due to security considerations, indviduals
with previous experience or training in computer program
ming are not eligible for this posMon. Starting pay is $6.15/
hour. Please apply at:
Isco. Inc.
Human Resources Department
531 Westgate Btat.
Lincoln. NE 68528
FAX 402/458-5502
Part or Fun time desk clerk/night auditor wanted for
Lincoln motel. 11pm-7am. Possible to tve on premise
and receive tuition with expanded hours In summer-time.
475-8888 ask for Mire.
Saflurdayhours. Apply in pereontoGtobeClearners! JMst
ft va .
Part time custodial. Up to 20 hours per week. Flexible
schedule. Apply at Lied Center Administrative Offices.
Part-time cashiers needed for weekday lunches in East
Union Cale. Apply room 314, NE East Union. 472-1776.
Part-time custodial help wanted weekday and
weekendevenings. Apply room 314, NE East Union, 472
1776. _
Medical Receptionist
Full-time and part-time position, includes evenings and
Saturdays. Full-time includes benefits. Must enjoy work
ing in a fast-paced environment. Apply in person
NAfirBloMEDICAL Centert
the human touch
“ i delivery driver needed. M-F, 130 pm-530 pm. Apply
in person at Danter Dental Lab, 125 South 9th Street
Seeking accounting major for part-time bookkeeping po
tion for 8m all family owned business. Great opportunity
for experience and responsfclfty for the Individual who
wants to learn all aspects of running a business 16-8hrs/
week, flexblo schedule. Call 467-3644.
Wanted: Order takers for Annie's Kitchen. Om^ta s first
sales organization marketing home-style meals. Take
orders Pi from dorm, fraternity, sorority. No Inventory,
invwtmentorsejgng required. Call Bli 402-556-1074.
Summer Management
Motivated students needed for area managers
in Lincoln and Omaha. Average managers earn
$10,714 running their own business »Wh estab
lished company. Call (800) 480-0230. Applica
tion Deadline January 31.
Be Average—Make $6,200
H all you do Is average, in SoiAhwestems Summer
Program, you'll earn $6200 and 3 credits at UN-L. 423
Athletics, DanoB Swim Aerobics/exercise. Nutrition,
Tennis. 7 WEEKS. AGE 20+. 1-800-421-4321,
Colorado guest ranch is looking for trail guides/ranglers.
MM kwe people, hard work, and have horse experience.
Start May-August. Contact Louis Damderg at the Tum
bling River Ranch, 1-800-654-8770.
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Life Changing Experiences
Could be in store for you. Work at Camp Easter Seal with
people with disables. Salary, room and board provided.
Calf (402)761-2875 for information about open positions.
Counselor positions for talented and energetic students
as Program Specialists in al Team Sports, especially
Basebal Basketbal. Roller Hockey. Gymnastics. Field
Hodrev, Soccer. Volleyball; 30 Tennis openings; also
Golf, Archery, RSIery, Pioneering/Ovemight Camping,
Ropes and Rock Climbing. Weights/Fitness and Cycling;
other openings include Performing Arts. Fine Arts, Figure
Skating, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook, RadtoSta
tton. and Rocketry: AH Waterfront/Pool Activities (Swim
ming, Sking, Sailing, Windsurfing, Canoeing/Kayddng).
Top salaries, room, board and travel. June fend-August
Inquire: •
MAH-KEE-NAC (Boys): 1-800-753-9118
DANBEE (Girts): 1-800-392-3752
JOBS: In the Rockies near VaM. ANDERSON CAMPS
seeks caring, enthusiastic, dedicated, patient individuals
who enjoy working with children In an outdoor setting.
Counselors, Cooks, Wranglers, Riding Instructors, and
Nurses, interviews on February 3rd. Stop by Carrer
Planning and Placement Office to get an application and
s^nip for an Interview. Questions? Call us at (970) 524
Waterfront Directors. Assistant Cook. Adventure Train
Guides. Crafts Instructors, Archery & Riflery Instructors.
Steward. Call or write: Nebraska's most beautiful camp.
YMCACMg KftaU, 216 N. 11th, #301, Lincoln, MS06.
Summer Pool Positions for Head Guards. Lifeguards and
Publisher’s Notice
M realestate advert Is hg In this newspaper Is subject to
the federal Fab Housing Act, which makes » illegal to
advertise any preference, Imitation or discrimination
baaed on race, color, religion, eex, handicap, famiial
status or national orlgtn, or htertUon to make any such
preferences. Iknltatkms or discrimination. The Daily Ne
bt^mwll net knovArmlv accept any advertlshg for real
estate which Is in violation of the law or discnmlnatee
against sexualptelerencee. Our readers are hereby
Informed that at dealings advertised are avalable on an
equal opportunity basis.
The Nebraska I
Yell Squad I
is looking for any
interested, athletic guys I
to join the squad for the I
spring semester.
Please call Renee at
472-4622 jgL