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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, APRIL 17,1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON, TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 106 Denton passes plan to relocate potential nuclear attack victims By KAREN BALL Daily Reporter A civil defense crisis relocation plan, which in case of nuclear attack on Dallas and Fort Worth would authorize the relocation of 120,000 metroplex reii- dents in Denton County, /as approved by the Denton City Council Tuesday. Of the 120,000 people, 90,000 would take temporary residence within Denton's city limits. Most of the 90,000 would come from Lewisville and The Colony, John Maxwell, Denton civil defense director, said. "We evaluated every building in Denton County as to how many people could be housed there," he said. In Denton, university buildings, churches and a few businesses would house the relocated people. Each person would re- quire 40 square feet of living space, he said. The plan the council adopted Tuesday would be applicable only if a three-day warning of a nuclear ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, April 17,1980 Editorials Needed treatment center Rabies is a statewide problem in Texas. Last year 1,200 Texans suffered through painful shots to prevent the disease, more cases than in any other state. This year is expected to bring Texas the worst outbreak of rabies in 25 years. Lab confirmed cases have increased 20 percent from last year. Since rabies is a statewide problem, it stands to reason the state would take responsibility for com- bating the disease. The burden of rabies control, however, has fallen on individual counties. A statewide ordinance exists to aid in controlling the problem — an ordinance that individual cities and counties must adopt before it may be passed into law. The ordinance includes provisions to outlaw animal vaccination by persons other than veterinarians and to put the legal responsibility for vaccinating strays on people who care for the animals for more than 10 days. The ordinance has been received ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1980

Thursday, April 17,1980 Satire ribs *Hee-Haw' "Ho Hum," a dinner theater takeoff on the television show "Hee-Haw," will be presented at 7 p.m. Friday in the Bap- tist Student Union. Entertainment will b« provided by New Commandment, fiddler Jeanne Flanders, TWU sophomore, and a musical group from Northway Baptist Church in Dallas. The S5 admission includes a spaghetti dinner, Kay Hooks, program co- director, said. Tickets may be purchased until 3 p.m. today at the BSU. No tickets will be sold at the door, Ms. Hooks said. "The show is a parody of 'Hee- Haw'," Tony Baker, co-director of the program, said. "There are many of the old 'Hee-Haw' standbys with an NT slant and some local type humor." Money raised from the dinner theater will be used to finance summer missions, Baker said. The summer missions program will send 113 Baptist college students in Texas to 32 mission areas. The state goal for missions' financing is $120,000. NT's goal is $4,000. The money will be earned from a var...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 17,1980 Th Familiar figure continues walk down campus' memory lane BY JUDY COBB Special Writer Annabell Pritchard's day begins at 7 a.m. She raises her stiffened frame out of bed and moves slowly among dust-covered furniture and countless books with yellowing pages. Miss Pritchard is a former psy- chology professor at NT and, at age 87, has become a familiar figure to students and faculty members. Almost every day since she came to teach in Denton, she has taken a walking tour of the campus, calling for her mail at the same mailbox - 5224- at NT's post office or witness- ing the sights and changes of NT. "I never would have dreamed I would walk around this campus for almost 50 years," she said. "I like to walk and I think other people like to see me walk. I'll always be walking and they'll always see me. It's all just sort of reassuring." Silencing the tea kettle whistle at 7:30 a.m., she pours herself a cup of tea, her usual morning meal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1980

Thursday, April 17,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY HOLD THE PHONE—Jim Nelson (Allen Simmons, Marshall junior), left, talks on a telephone while Ron Behrens (Bob Stalder, a library employee) listens during "Curtains." The one-act play was performed Sunday through Tuesday as part of the University Ministry Center's artist-in- resldence series. Vandiver speaks Friday NT President Frank Vandiver and Regent Eddie Chiles will speak at University Day Celebration at 4:30 p.m. Friday on the lawn of the Alumni Center. "This is President Vandiver's first chance to meet students," said Myron Martin, coordinator of the NT40, a sponsor of the event. Dr. Vandiver and Chiles each will speak before mingling among students and faculty and staff members. The University Day Celebration has a two-fold purpose, Martin said. "One is to show President Vandiver that we're behind him and, second is to unite and bring everyone together." "We want everyone to come. NT has gotten a lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Photo by TERRY HASKER MIDDAY MUSIC—Royce Lumpkin of the music faculty plays with the Faculty Brass Quintet in the University Union. The quintet performed at noon Tuesday. Joe's Copies Etc ... reductions dissertations collating thesis passport resume photos transparencies school supplies business cards rubber stamps bindings velo & spiral 81/2 x 11 Loose Sheets *NO MINIMUMS 'HIGH QUALITY •FAST SERVICE Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 119 Avenue A • (817)382-4611 Letters, strategies lack legality Chain systems snare unscrupulous, unsuspecting victims By DIANE SALAVARRIA Daily Reporter Although chain letters are illegal, con artists entice prospects by telling them they will receive more than $204,000 in 12 days. Participants in this kind of chain letter scheme are instructed to give $50 to someone, mail $50 to another partici- pant and make two copies of the letter. As soon as a participant sells two let- ters, he has recouped his $100. He t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1980

I« Thursday, April 17,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 Thindads sprint to Waco contest Coaches predict strong NT performance at Baylor meet By DAVID WILLIAMS Daily Reporter The NT track teams will compete in the Baylor Invitational meet Friday in Waco. Eight teams are entered in the men's division and nine are entered in the women's division. A watch will be given to each first place finisher and an out- standing team will be named, but no point totals will be kept. NT has not competed since April 5, when the team ran at the Texas Relays. The team was to participate at the Metroplex Relays last Saturday at SMU, but adverse weather conditions caused the meet to be canceled. Teams entered in the men's division at Baylor will be Baylor, Lamar, Missouri, UT-Arlington, UT-Austin,Texas A&M, Rice and NT. The NT women will com- pete against Missouri, Baylor, Lamar, UT-Arlington, Rice, Texas A&M, Texas A&I and Texas Women's University. "This is going to be a tough field," NT ass...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 17 April 1980

|(p'fT_!v.; i ''A' PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, April 17,1980 Athletic director seeks fund hike Inflation, Title IX prompt department to request increase By KEVIN "DOC" SHAY Staff Writer EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the last of a two-part series concerning NT athletics. April 25 is the big day as far as the NT athletic programs are concerned. That is when the 1980-81 athletic budget will be considered by the NT Board of Regents. It is a date that NT Athletic Director Andy Everest looks forward to with mixed feelings. "Getting a budget approved can sometimes be difficult," he said. "This year we're asking for more money than last year's budget to keep up with infla- tion, rising salaries and rising costs for other expenses. I don't think that's too unreasonable." Last year's budget was $1,082,134. The football program was allotted 62 percent of that, $673,925, while the basketball program's 1979-80 budget was $204,967. "The university has been fair with us since I've been here," ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1980

The Norih Texas Daily FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 63RD YEAR NO. 107 Player-Gilliard ticket sweeps SA runoff By DCNISE GARNER Daily Reporter Steve Player and Tony Gilliard, in a runoff election held Wednesday and Thursday, were elected as the new president and vice president of the Student As- sociation. Player-Gilliard defeated Jonathan Ingraffia and Dana Bland 610 to 319 votes. The runoff was necessary because none of the four teams of candidates for presi- dent and vice president attained a majority of the vote in last week's general SA elections. The turnout of 929 voters was "about 250 less than last year's runoff," Jay Feffer, SA director of rules and elections, said. The turnout was good, considering neither candidate campaigned the first day, he said. Both candidates thanked those who supported them, and Player said "we look forward to starting to work immediately." The survey question on the ballot, asking students' opinions on an incre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1980

IPI Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, April 18,1980 *J " Editorials Nuclear preparedness Denton citizens should thank the City Council for taking long overdue action, although the action is in- sufficient. The council approved a plan ordered by presidential mandate that provides for relocation of citizens from high risk areas to safer host areas during the threat of a nuclear attack or more importantly, if a bomb really falls. U.S. intelligence reports show the Soviet Union has an extensive relocation plan for its citizens. This is the first attempt to update the 1969 Com- muntity Fallout Shelter Plan, which has fallen into decay — literally. It took the discovery of spoiled food and medical supplies to point out to the city the need to do something. The council finally has responded. Although Denton itself is not in danger of ^ ing ground zero, the city is less than fifty miles from Fort Worth, a target area. Deadly amounts of radiation would reach Denton in 60 to 90 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1980

Friday, April 18,1960 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 J * I J f Photo by TERRY HASKER BRASS BLOWING—Lubbock junior Chris Seiter plays with the NT Trombone Choir in a Lyceum performance. NT ensemble plays concert for educators The NT Wind Ensemble recently returned from a four-day excursion to Florida where they performed for the Music Educators National Conference. The group was selected by audition, Dr. Robert Winslow, director of the band, said. College bands submitted tape recordings at large, and the ensem- bles were picked from those tapes. Three or four other college bands were there, he said. The Wind Ensemble was given a "fine spot," an evening time, for their con- cert, he said. The group played for a specialized audience, Winslow said, of all music educators. Wind Ensemble baritone sax player and Colorado Springs, Colo., junior Terry Landry said they enjoyed the tour. Aside from the concert played at the convention in Miami Beach, the group performed two concerts for a boardi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1980

w PAQE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, April 18,1980 --by v# ;i.j *>.' ,v". i*'. Pnoto by PAM LOVE DUST TO DUST—Aron Alexander, custodian at the Language Building, uses compressed air to clean erasers outside the Physics Building. NT studies exchange program One-for-one exchange programs of American students for foreign students are rare these days, said Dr. Thomas Hoemeke, director of International Programs at NT. Dr. Hoemeke said although NT is beginning to explore the possibilities of overseas programs, there are many schools which offer variations of the one-for-one exchanges. "If a student wants to get involved in an exchange program there are many ways he can do it," Dr. Hoemeke said. "There are hundreds of programs run by American schools in which a student can participate. "This is a fascinating area that NT is just now looking into. We are working with a university in Mexico to develop Dallas firm to interview accountants Candidates registered with the Career Planning an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1980

Friday, April 18,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 I ?' ' B f Roaches migrate to residences Irksome insects catch rides in grocery bags, beer cartons By CATHY WALENSKY Daily Reporter The warm weather of spring brings roaches out from the walls in greater numbers than in other months, accord- ing to Denton County Termite Control. Although many people may think of spring as being roach season, Bill Baird, owner of Denton County Termite Con- trol, said roaches are not seasonal. Roaches may appear at any time dur- ing the year. Weather does not increase or decrease the roach population, he said. GARY CAFFEE, chief sanitarian with the Texas Department of Health, said there are 3,500 species of roaches. The most troublesome in Texas are the German, American, Brown Banded, Oriental roaches and the Smokey Brown roaches, which can fly. They live out- doors, but seasonal migration brings them indoors. The largest roach is the American roach which may grow up to one inch in length. The German ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday. April 18,1980 Business abounds inside basement bookbindery NT students, faculty and staff members can have anything from a two-page report to a 2,000-page novel bound at the bookbindery. The bindery, in the basement of the Information Sciences Building, is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The bindery works on materials from the NT libraries and the graduate office, which includes theses and dissertations, Bill McCollum, bindery employee for 15 years, said. The cost for binding a volume from the library or a department is SS.SO, and volumes from the graduate office cost $4.50. McCollum said the bindery Photos by KAREN CLARK Paula Barron brushes paste employs four women and two men full time and five students part time The employees bind 450-550 books a week. Larry Landis, Arlington senior, has been a student assistant at the bindery for 15 months. Landis, who mainly makes book covers, said he has "worked on just about every sectio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1980

* A ' 5 Friday, April 18,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 ' t ' i ! <■ 1 't f < t •< t t f Teacher group elects officers The Texas Association of College Teachers has announced the officers and board members for 1980-81. The officers were elected April 10. Officers are elected for one year terms and board members serve stag- gered three year terms. The new officers of the NT chapter are president, Dr. John Thorton, business; vice president. Dr. Anthony Damico, foreign languages; and secretary-treasurer, Dr. John Curry, education. New board members are Dr. Doug Starr, journalism; Dr. Fete Gunter, philosophy and Lee Knox, geog- raphy. Each member will serve three years. Dr. Ray Sears of the physics faculty and Ron Fink of the music faculty, will serve unexpired terms. Dr. Sears will serve two years and Fink will serve one year. "We meet three or four times a year as a chapter," Dr. Clovis Mor- rison out going president said. "There is a convention in Austin every year called...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 18 April 1980

m ■ PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, AprlMS, 1980 JP, •••• Photo by TERRY HASKER LAND, HO—Alvln Evans of Evans Construction Company surveys the practice field In front of Fouts Field. The company Is Installing a sprinkler system, and the work Is scheduled to be finished In two months. Murrl playoffs begin Monday Theta Chi sweeps first in all three fraternity divisions By KEVIN P.JACKSON Daily Reporter Gary Lynn, Guy Sarano and Tim Fewcll scored in the top of the fifth in- ning to give BMF a 4-2 lead and eventual victory over the Kerr All-Stars in an intramural softball game Wednesday afternoon. The three runs came with two outs and the Kerr All-Stars leading 2-1. The All-Stars could not score in the bottom of the fifth and returned the favor to BMF in the top of the sixth. The All-Stars loaded the bases with two outs in the bottom of the sixth. However they could not score, and BMF won 4-2. In other men's softball action: Lambda Chi Alpha II overcame a Theta Chi 11-0 lead and sc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1980

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 83RD YEAR NO. 108 Financial investigation decreases gifts By TERRI BANNING Daily Reporter The legislative investigation into NT's Educational Foundation and allegations of financial mismanagement have caused a steady decline in unrestricted gifts (money given to be used at the discretion of university officials) to the university. "Unrestricted giving is down 60 percent," Acting Development Director Lindsay Keffer said. "The investigation has had a direct effect on the flow of private gifts from private donors. It is down to just a trickle of what is used to be; it's evident in our budget." Keffer could not compare the 1978-79 and 1979-80 unrestricted budgets because the finan- cial records of what the university received in unrestricted funds were subpoenaed by the House General Investigating Committee and have not been returned, he said. The decline in unrestricted funds has been hard on NT, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1980

MM, Editorials Presidential preferences Voters who want intelligent, measured leadership for the country in the difficult times ahead should cast their votes May 3 for President Jimmy Carter in the Democratic primary or George Bush in the Republican primary. Since his inauguration, the president has shown himself to be a man of integrity and sincerity. His presidency has had its ups and downs, but the ex- perience Carter has gained is invaluable and may be obtained only in the White House. With patience he has made important steps in secur- ing a lasting peace in the Middle East, a feat his predecessors were not able to accomplish. It was a move important to the security of the United States. Carter's measured approach to the Iranian crisis has shown he is not a man of rash action, a characteristic of crucial importance when considering the volatile world situation. In the Republican primary, voters should choose Bush, based on his record. He has served as a congress- man, United Na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1980

ii Tuesday, April 22,1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Plays produce alter egos Actor's law-bound life changes course By BECKY HIRSCHHORN Special Writer If Ray Ivey's life had continued along the course he had planned, he would now be a senior at NT. His time would be filled studying political science, applying to law schools and participating in the Student As- sociation and stage productions. Instead, Ivey is studying at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City in pursuit of a career that many dream of, but comparatively few are inclined to attempt. Students at the academy, the nation's oldest acting school, are performing in plays that will be judged as final exams. The six-week process normally consists of performing in two serious plays for the first half of the exam period and two comedies for the second half. Ivey was asked to replace another stu- dent in two plays in addition to his own first-half assignments. Handling four roles at once is a little like being ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 April 1980

1 I PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, April 22,1980 Rape victims seek counseling to overcome ^trauma syndrome' By LINDA G. COX Daily Reporter In 1979 there were 1,160 rapes reported in Dallas, but the FBI estimates that only one of every 10 rapes are reported. This would mean there were 11,600 rapes in Dallas in 1979, more than 33 a day. Rape in Dallas has increased 19.5 per- cent since 1978 while overall crime in Dallas rose only 8.3 percent. The Rape Crisis Counseling Service of the Denton Area Crisis Center offers counseling to women who have been raped and their family members. FRAN DANIS, director of the Women's Services Project at the center, said the service works with families to help maximize the support given the rape victim. Ms. Danis received her master's degree in social work at State University of New York at Stony Brook and has been with the center since March. She has counseled four women since then, and center employees counseled 22 women in the nine-month perio...

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