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Kappa Sigma to reopen
KAPPA from page 1
To add to that number, Pickerill
said the chapter would work hard to
recruit new members, emphasizing
the fact that they would have the
chance for leadership opportunities
The new members, though, won’t
have a place to live for a while
because the chapter has yet to decide
whether to renovate or demolish and
rebuild the Kappa Sigma house, 519
N. 16th St.
Even though they won’t have a
house, members still will have a
sense of brotherhood through chap
ter meetings, organized events and a
possible residence hall floor shared
When Ifound we were back, I just wanted
to scream right there”
Kappa Sigma member
among them, Pickerill said.
Though leaders of the new gener
ation of Kappa Sigmas are hopeful,
they will have to prove themselves to
the fraternity headquarters, which
currently has the local chapter on
Pickerill said members would
present their progress to the fratemi
ty headquarters in several months,
and if they don’t meet its require
ments, they would continue to work
until they did.
“When I found we were back, I
just wanted to scream right there,”
Pickerill said. “It gives us one more
shot, and we’re going to take advan
tage of this shot.”
WOLFGANG AUTO PAINTING
Many people have looked far and wide
for someone who does good body work.
The automobiles of today require a spe
cialist to repair or replace body panels
and to refinish them to their original
beauty by matching the new paint accu
rately with the original.
The professional body men to see in this
area are at WOLFGANG AUTO
PAINTING located at 2425 North 14th
Street in Lincoln, phone 475-2425.
The personnel at this firm fully under
stand body and fender repair as well as
auto painting. They have gained a repu
tation second to none throughout this en
tire area. So whether your job is a small
dent or a roll-over, we know you will be
entirely satisfied with their work.
And please remember that all insurance
companies must permit you to choose the
body shop you like best to repair your car,
so choose them to do all of your insur
As the Editors of this 1998 Business
Review & Reference Guide, we are
proud to endorse the fine business poli
cies and quality work of WOLFGANG
AUTO PAINTING for all of your auto
body and repaint work.
WILLIAMSON USED CARS
I here have been more jokes about used
' cars and used car salesmen than almost
any other occupation, but, at
WILLIAMSON USED CARS used au
tomobiles are no joking matter, it’s a se
rious business. This fine firm offers the
people of this area the finest in good, used
transportation, their vehicles are clean,
top-quality and checked to make certain
that all are in the very best possible con
It has often been said that Business goes
where it’s invited and stays where it’s
well treated.” That accounts in a large
measure for the success and popularity
of WILLIAMSON USED CARS, lo
cated at 21“ & “N” in Lincoln, phone
This reliable used car specialist features
the kind of quality autos that keeps smart
consumers coming back and telling all
their friends. It’s this person-to-person
recommendation that has earned
WILLIAMSON USED CARS their po
sition as one of the local community lead
We the Editors of this 1998 Business
Review & Reference Guide highly rec
ommend this reputable used car expert
to all of our readers for the BEST deal
Randy Kempf - Owner
Featuring complete repair service on all
types of automobiles, RANDY’S SHOP
is located at 300 South 5th Street in
Beatrice, phone 223-2721. In addition'
to performing some of the finest repair
work in the area, this community leader
also offers their years of experience when
it comes to advice on all of your mechani
An automobile will not run forever with
out regular attention and an occasional
repair. Every car or truck owner should
see a reliable repairman regularly to put
his auto into first class shape. When you
drive into this full service garage, you can
rest assured that your car or truck will be
repaired in the shortest possible time and
at the least possible expense. You must
be satisned with every job that conies out
of RANDY’S SHOP!
While working on this 1998 Business
Review & Reference Guide, we, the
compilers, wish to compliment this
firm for their high level of service.
Bring in this ad and receive 10% off
your next repair!
Have you ever wondered what it must be
like to sit in the cockpit of a plane sur
rounded by nothing but clouds and blue
sky? The only thing standing in your way
is the training. This year, make your
dream come true by calling
SILVERHAWK AVIATION. They of
fer professional and career pilot training
as well as personal and recreational flight
SILVERHAWK AVIATION features all
ratings, from private through ATP, and has
both single and multi-engine aircraft for
your training needs. Their FAA Certi
fied Instructors will take you from ground
school to in-flight training, with your
safety being their first priority. After com
pleting the course, you’ll be tested at the
FAA written test center. Upon passing,
you’ll take to the sky with confidence and
For more information on how you can
obtain your pilot license, just call or stop
by SILVERHAWK AVIATION at 4221
North, Park Road in Lincoln, phone
475-8600. It’s a great day to fly! They
are open 24 hours a day.
The Authors of this 1998 Business Re
view & Reference Guide are pleased
to be able to recommend this outstand
ing flight school to all of our readers.
ArACtlE LAMrEK CEJN1EK, 1JNC.
Are you looking for a good buy on a new
recreational vehicle? Then visit
APACHE CAMPER CENTER, INC.
located on Highway 77 & Saltillo Road,
phone 423-3218 or at 1120 Ft. Crook
Road South in Bellevue, phone 292
This reliable firm is your full line dealer
for a complete selection of travel trail
ers, motor homes, tent campers, truck
campers and fifth wheels including
Jayco, King Of The Road, Palomino,
Lance and Starcraft
These built-for-value RV’s feature mas
ter craftsmanship and quality construc
tion, and you can order yours with desir
able options to fit you exact needs. You’ll
enjoy your trips a lot more in an RV from
APACHE CAMPER CENTER, INC.
This customer-minded company'does
more than just sell you the finest RV on
the market. They make sure you are com
pletely satisfied in every way. Service
after the sale is part of their product, in
eluding trailer hitch sales and installation,
RV accessories, parts and repair. So, be
fore buying any RV be sure to contact the
people at APACHE CAMPER CEN
TER, INC. for a better RV deal.
The Writers of this 1998 Business Re
view and Reference Guide are pleased
to be able to recommend APACHE
CAMPER CENTER, INC. to all of our
FRONTIER HARLEY - DAVIDSON
Roger Uttecht - Manager
Where do you go to get your motorcycle
tuned and repaired? If you said FRON
TIER HARLEY - DAVIDSON, then
you’re in good hands because this is one
of the leading bike experts in the entire
region! Located at 2801 North 27,h
Street in Lincoln, phone 466-9100, this
reliable shop specializes in repair and
modification of all types or years of
Harley - Davidson motorcycles. They are
factory-authorized to perform service on
Harley - Davidsons.
This quality-conscious shop can definitely
make your bike perform the way you want
it to! Take your machine to FRONTIER
HARLEY - DAVIDSON whenever you
need any work done. They are famous
for doing high quality, guaranteed work
at a reasonable cost!
This fine shop is also your headquarters
for genuine parts and accessories. If you
are a street machine rider, you’ll want to
check out the fine selection of riding suits
for foul weather, windshields, luggage
racks, safety equipment, foot pegs, “sissy
bars” and much, much more! They also
feature performance options including:
cylinders, pistons, heads, carburetors,
pipes and competition suspension modi
fications. For every rider, there are some
great looking helmets, jerseys, leathers,
boots and all types of practical and deco
rative “goodies ” for your motorcycle.
Stop in soon. FRONTIER HARLEY -
DAVIDSON is the name to remember for
all types of motorcycle accessories"and
parts and repairs.
The Editors of this 1998 Business Re
view & Reference Guide suggest that
you get to know the friendly people at
this well respected shop. You will be
more than pleased with the results you
get when you do business here!
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By Lindsay Young
Two Women’s Center discus
sion groups, A Sister Circle and
LBQ, a lesbian, bisexual and
questioning discussion group, are
giving people in the minority an
opportunity to share experiences
in a safe environment.
Tolandra Coleman began A
Sister Circle at the beginning of
the semester because, she said,
black women needed a way to
make their presence on campus
stronger. The group helps unite
them, she said.
The group focuses on sharing
experiences and discussing issues
that black women face.
Only four women attended the
first meeting Jan. 19, but it has
grown to more than 15 regular
members, Coleman said.
ihe group meets on Mondays
from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the
Women’s Center, 340 Nebraska
“We all have something in
common,” she said.
Because there is a variety of
participants, including freshmen,
graduate students, University of
Nebraska-Lincoln faculty and
staff members, as well as commu
nity members, Coleman said,
older members can give advice to
younger. And the young women
give a fresh perspective.
Coleman said the support the
group gives has helped her in her
All things discussed at group
sessions are kept confidential in
both groups, facilitators safd.
A Sister Circle puts topic
ideas in a box and, each week,
someone draws one.
The group usually stays for
another half-hour talking after the
time has elapsed, Coleman said.
At the end of the meeting,
everyone joins hands in affirma
tion, saying “I can, I will, I do.”
Coleman’s only rule for the
group is that the members will say
what they mean, want and feel.
What we talk
about in the
is kept in the
discussion group ”
The other discussion group
welcomes lesbians, bisexuals and
people who are confused about
their sexual orientation, Soledad
Quinonez, group co-facilitator,
But, she said, the topics dis
cussed vary. Discussion topics
have included movies, parking or
“Our topics are not limited to
sexual orientation,” she said.
The group, which has been
around more than five years, is
open to anyone, including high
school students, community
members and university staff, fac
ulty members and students.
One of the benefits of the
group for participants is its safe
and nonjudgmental environment,
Participants usually cannot
talk about their relationships
comfortably outside the group,
“What we talk about in the
discussion group is kept in the
discussion group,” Quinonez
said. .<•„ r&xiHj >
LfiQ m^ets;h^the;*Wpipen’s :
Center Thursdays fro"m" 12:30
p.m. to 1:30 p.m. The group will
meet April 16 from 7 p.m. to 8
The Women’s Center also
offers four support groups focus
ing on eating disorders, students
with children, graduate students
and sexual assault survivors.
For more information, contact
the Women’s Center at (402) 472
State’s students compete
at foreign language fair
From Staff Reports
About 1,000 high school stu
dents converged on the
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
campus Thursday for the
Department of Modern
Language’s Foreign Language
Pam LeZotte, French depart
ment lecturer, organized the 22nd
annual event for students from 48
high schools across the state.
At the fair, students could
compete in several different
events and attend noncompetitive
“mini-lessons” in academic
buildings around the campus.
Students could compete in
dances, skits, poetry readings
and other organized events.
The fair began at 8 a.m. and
ended at 2:30 p.m., with events
held throughout the day.
LeZotte said the fair’s pur
pose was to create and encourage
enthusiasm for foreign language.
Also, she said, the fair gave
students the opportunity to
explore languages that may not
be offered at high schools.
“We always like to see this
kind of enthusiasm for foreign
If I keep the ten commandments, will I go to heaven?
Why does the Old Testament God and the
New Testament God seem so different?
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