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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1980

The North Texas Daily TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 29 Commissioners approve jail improvements plan By CAROL RUST Stiff Writer Denton County Commissioners ap- proved a plan Monday to remedy the county jail's overcrowding problems to reach compliance with state jail stan- dards. The plan includes discussing with District Attorney Jerry Cobb and the county's three district judges ways of ex- pediting felony trials, developing a pretrial release program and studying possible expansion of the 16-year-old jail, located on the third door of the County Annex. If jail expansion is unfeasible, the plan proposes calling a bond election to fund construction of a new jail. The proposed retrial release program is similar to one now used by Tarrant County. UNDER TARRANT County's program, first offenders awaiting trial for less serious felony charges complete a 20-question questionnaire on their family and job history. The responses are assigne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1980

-"r- Editorials U.S.-China relations The Carter administration, by signing an agreement with Taiwan to give its representatives in the United States diplomatic privileges, again has shown its inep- titude in handling foreign relations. Not only has the agreement angered the People's Republic of China, endangering Sino-American rela- tions, but also it violates the principles by which the United States and China formalized diplomatic ties on Jan. 1, 1979. In establishing diplomatic ties with Peking, the United States recognized Taiwan as part of China and agreed to maintain only unofficial relations with the Taiwanese. The American Institute in Taiwan, staffed by American diplomats on leave, unofficially repre- sents U.S. interests in Taipei, and the Taiwan Coor- dination Council for North American Affairs unof- ficially represents Taiwanese interests in Washington. However, under the U.S.-Taiwan agreement, U.S. representatives in Taiwan and Taiwanese represen- tatives in the United ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1980

Tuesday, October 21, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 xPoet of the cello' plays Latin music in recital Aldolfo Odnoposoff, called "the poet of the cel- lo," by international critics will give a faculty recital of Puerto Rican music at 8:IS p.m. today in the Concert Hall. Piano accompaniment will be provided by his wife. Program selections dedicated to Odnoposoff and his wife by some of his Latin American friends are Luis Antonio Ramirez's "Sonata elegiaca;" Wil- liam Ortiz's "Rumbo" (which Odnoposoff and his wife premiered July 14 in Houston at the festival of Puerto Rican music); Robert Sierra's "Dialogo No. 1;" and Hector Campos-Parsi's "Arawak," a fan- tasy for piano, cello and electronic sounds. The program will include Amaury Veray's "Concert Allegro" and Jose Pedreira's "Cancion de Cuna (Cradle Song)," a romantic work. Odnoposoff taught at Puerto Rico's National concervatory of Music, founded by Pablo Casla, one of the world's most famous cellists. He said there was not much ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 21, 1980 .m , .. ; ; Nuke lab rests on 'quake faults Controversial research site poses danger for millions LIVERMORE, Calif. (AP)—The deadliest weapons on earth are developed at a secret laboratory in a val- ley crisscrossed with more than a dozen earthquake faults, just 40 miles from San Francisco. Critics say quakes could damage Lawrence Livermove National Laboratory, a center for nuclear weapons research, and cause deadly plutonium to be released in an area where more than 5 million people live. "THE PLANT should be moved out. The earthquake hazards are too high," Elyse Axell, spokeswoman for Friends of the Earth, said. That's a "minority view," counters Jeff Garberson, a lab spokesman. Lab officials insist the facility can survive quakes without releasing radioactivity. In January, a pair of earthquakes measuring 5.5 and 5.6 on the Richter scale caused "significant damage" to a wall in Building 322, where plutonium experiments are co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1980

Tuesday, October 21, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 ' * 4 9 \ > \ Brownsville schools seek permanent illegal alien ban Photo by MARK WILLIAMS WELCOME—The Rev. Paul Hill, NT graduate, accepts annointlng oil from the Rev. Jerome Mosman symboliz- ing Hill's taking on the role of a healer and reconciler. The ceremony Sunday was in honor of Hill becoming a new minister for the University Ministry Center. He graduated from NT in 1977. BROWNSVILLE (AP) — Lawyers for the Brownsville Independent School District will ask U.S. District Judge Filemon Vela today or Wednesday for a permanent injunction against further ad- mission of illegal aliens. The hearing was originally set for to- day but attorneys for the litigating par- ties met late Monday to decide if the hearing should be postponed until Wednesday, said Linda Yanez of Texas Rural Legal Aid. Ms. Yanez, who is representing children refused admission, said the extra day would give everyone more time to read court documents and schoo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1980

. 1 PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 21, 1980 DPS adds officers through grant Law Association distributes DWI enforcement funds By CARI.A SKAGGS Daily Reporter A program to get drunk drivers off the roads, financed by a federal grant by the Law Enforce- ment Association Administration, is being con- ducted in Denton County. The program places two additional patrol cars on area highways Friday and Saturday nights when most driving while intoxicated offenses oc- cur, Sgt. Wendell Deaton of the Texas Depart- ment of Public Safety said. Those highways patroled by extra troopers are State Highway 121, State Highway 114, Interstate Highway 35E and Interstate Highway 35W. Approximately 20 percent of injury accidents have been attributed to DWI offenders so far this year, Deaton said. This is down 20 percent from last year's 40 percent. The decrease can be at- tributed to the federal grant money used to pay patrolmen for work done on days off and holi- days, he said. There are ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1980

/, 1 Tuesday, October 21, ^80 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 ■' -St.' • w .r ••••• ®55 Women netters finish fifth at LSU J '?Wk, Sammel wins: men's team falls to TCU at home, 8-1 Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY A SWINGING KIND OF GUY—David Sammel. seeded No. 1 on the NT men's varsity tennis team, hits a backhand while warming up. Sammel defeated Karl Richter of TCU 6-4, 6-2, but NT lost Friday's home meet to the Horned Frogs 8-1. Star hurdler dies SMU loses record holder DALLAS (AP) — Senior Southern Methodist University track star Mike Waggoner, a hurdler, was killed in a one-car accident early Sunday when his car skidded out of control and smashed into a light standard on Walnut Hill Lane, university officials said. Waggoner, who was traveling alone in the car, was pronounccd dead at the scene by a Dallas County medical ex- aminer's agent. The 21-year-old Garland native held the SMU school record in the 400-meter hurdles and had been a district hurdles champion in high school. The 6-0, 170...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 21 October 1980

— . - PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Tuesday, October 21, 1980 1 Eagle kickers fry Rice 12-0; Duhart chases scoring record By MARK WELTON Daily Reporter The NT soccer team defeated Rice University 12-0 Friday at Fouts Field, to raise its record to 9-2. NT head coach Richard Lowe said Rice players had to travel to the game in cars from Houston, which affected the way the team played. '"The drive from Houston definitely affected the way they played. They looked sluggish and just collapsed in the second half," Lowe said. "One car-load showed up just before the kickoff and they were not warmed up when the game started. Their coach was not able to make the trip and I think that hurt them. They have a good coach," Lowe said. NT was led by Horatio Duhart, who had Ave goals. Duhart has 18 goals this year, five behind the NT season record of 23, held by Claudio Turati. Seven NT players scored. Frank Monreal, John Welsch, Mark Nunn, David Kitzmiller, Jeff Cardwell, Mozarit Martiz and Oscar Borg...

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

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 30 Revised '81 athletic budget to contain $773,855 deficit By KAREN BAI L Staff Writer A proposed 1980-81 athletic budget, scheduled to be considered by the Board of Regents Friday, contains a larger deficit than predicted by university officials. The athletic budget was not included in the university budget approved by regents in August because the department's staff estimated revenues would not cover expenses, John Carter, then vice president of fiscal affairs, said. Athletic Director Andy Everest said the budget that administrators will submit to re- gents is almost identical to the budget the depart- ment requested from President Frank Vandiver. A PRELIMINARY athletic budget in August allowed for a S600,0()0 deficit. The athletic budget that will be submitted to the board Fri- day allows for a $773,855 deficit, Dr. Vandiver has set a three-year time limit for the athletic ...

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

——. Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, October 22, 1980 Editorials Council discrimination A proposal by the Denton City Council to restrict leasing the Civic Center to such groups as the Texas Gay Task Force clearly is discriminatory and would violate the civil rights of the groups' members to use public facilities as meeting places if it is adopted. Last week the council asked City Attorney C.J. Taylor to review the city's policy on leasing the Civic Center to political and social groups, and it lodged a protest against the use of the center by the Texas Gay Task Force for its state convention that was held last weekend. City policy states the Civic Center is available for use by any group that wishes to lease it and can pay the lease. However, the council said it abhors the use of city facilities by homosexuals. This protest was not based on objective criticism of the reason that the group re- quested to lease the center. Instead, it was a personal attack on homose...

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

i |l X Wednesday, October 22, 19CU PflJ ■•Mi; ■ A ■'i 'f aijK&A in Clone-nads compete in air-guitar contest Photos by HAHBARA BAHKLEY Clone-nad member Randy Green If one met five Clark Hall residents dressed in red T-shirts, army fatigues, white monogrammed ties, and sunglas- ses and told them they were full of hot air, the group would probably accept the statement as a compliment. The five are members of Cecil and the Clone-nads, an air-guitar band that recently placed in the semifinals of an air-guitar contest in Dallas. An air-guitar band is one that plays non-musical instruments to recorded music and attempts to convey the ap- pearance of a live musical performance. "The only rules in an air-band contest is that a band has to play to previously recorded music simulating the vocals and instrumental without creating new sounds," Randy Green, Richardson senior and coordinator of the group said. The formation of the group was in- spired by a contest sponsored by radio station KT...

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

^' •• * « ' PAGE4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 22, 1980 W( A « Library studies computers Survey investigates new checkout system The Willis Library is conducting a survey to determine if it would be economically feasible to install a com- puterized checkout system, Adrian Alex- ander, assistant to the director of libraries, said. A computerized system has advan- tages over the present system because it would provide a faster and more effec- tive way of checking out books, Alex- ander said. The computerized system also would provide more accuracy in fil- ing and keeping track of borrowed books and would automatically make out fine notices for overdue books. UT-Arlington is operating under a computerized checkout system and it is possible that NT could share that system. If NT installs several data ter- minals, transmissions between the two schools could be provided by telephone lines, Alexander said. Under the computerized checkout system a student would be required to re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 October 1980

* * Wednesday, October 22, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 5 Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY WHO, ME? -Vr! ' Garland sophomore, and Feud." The event was patterned after tlv TV game show, Robert Johnson, Midland junior, express their jubila- "Family Feud," and was sponsored by t.*!0 Wisconsin tlon for having won the first round in the "Greek Family Sleepers, a coed fraternal organization. High Court denies appeal in cohabitation custody suit MOUNT PROSPECT, ILL. (AP)— Wayne L. Mammon wishes he and Jac- queline Jarrett could have the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court over to dinner to prove the unmarried couple can provide a fit home for her three children. "I think that in effect they feel they are somewhat upholding family values by making us scapegoats, which is ludicrous," said Hammon, a quality controller for a paint company. "It's ridiculous that you think you can up- hold a social concept by taking one cou- ple and making an example of them." Mammon's comments came Monday after the n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 October 1980

——_ PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 13 PhOlo by MARK WILLIAMS WHO'S MAD EDDIE?—Messages on the bumper stickers of cars parked in Lot 3 at Hickory Street and Avenue B express differing opinions about Board of Regents member Eddie Chiles. The sticker on the right, distributed by the Western Co. of North America, promotes the "mad ads" on radio and television voiced by Chiles, chief executive of the oil service company. The ads advocate an end to federal bureaucracy. Institute becomes labor coordinator The Institute of Applied Economics in the School of Community Services was named national coordinator for the Labor Market Information Training In- stitute, and received a grant to further L.MI projects. The grant, totalling $517,000, is the largest amount received for one year, Larry Bickett, director of grant ad- ministration, said. The National Labor Market Informa- tion Training Institute aids in profes- sional staff training, technical assistance and research in labor market informa- t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 October 1980

Wednesday, October 22, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 7 Kicker tries for All-American, hopes for professional career By STEVE WILSON Daily Reporter The desire to fulfill a dream motivated Frank Monreal, striker on the NT soc- cer team, to attend NT in the hope of becoming an All-American and even- tually a professional soccer player. Monreal, San Antonio sophomore, accepted a soccer scholarship from Simon Sanchez, NT soccer coach then, and began his quest for All-American honors as a starter last year. "I may have been able to receive scholarships from some better soccer schools if I had written them," Monreal said. "But I'm happy at NT because we have a good team (NT is ranked 13th in the nation), and I have a good chance of making All-American by my senior year." As for his dedication, Monreal said he wants to become a professional in the memory of his soccer coach in San An- tonio, Lazlo Simon, who died when Monreal was playing for him. Simon encouraged him to work hard and brou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 22 October 1980

> '• PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Four scores and seven polls ago. Wednesday, October 22, 1980 By MIKE WIGGINS Daily Reporter Nearly everyday, almost anywhere, there is a poll telling who is winning what in the world of sports. You name it, there is a poll somewhere on it. Some problems encountered when dealing with polls are deciding what in- formation is "pertinent" and which polls can be trusted. Someone needs to take a poll on polls to determine what kind of influence polls have on people. Sportscope Which is the best college football team in America? If you 'rust The Associated Press or United Press International, chances are you will find two different teams heading the polls. Who are the top 10 tiddlywinks players in Eastern Europe? Just consu't your handy poll- ster for the answer. In the college football polls, coaches select the top teams in the UPI poll and sportswriters do the same in the AP poll. This is where tradition enters the selec- tion process. Coaches and wri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1980

The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 31 w ■m ... ■ ■ m:- : .,T,y ■* v' y* '•.,4 i . ■i-l- &.%&■■ .• ; • S&h ,'~ y • ;< Photos by MARK WILLIAMS "OCTUBAFEST '80"—Dr. Rich Matteson (top) performs In a faculty jazz combo recital as part of NT's annual Octubafest Roy Couch, Sandusky, Ohio, Senior, (bottom left) and Carl Kleinsteuber, Denton senior, (bottom right) wait at the stage entrance to perform in the student recital that preceded the faculty recital. Senior tuba player Mike Wolfe of Dallas will per- form tonight at 8 p.m. in the Recital Hall. There will be a student recital at 6 p.m. Trucking firm stops department delivery By CAROl. RUST Staff Writer The NT Central Receiving Depart- ment will have to contend with a 25 per- cent increase in the volume of freight go- ing through its office because of a local trucking company's refusal to deliver directly to campus departments. In a letter to the phy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1980

I I Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, October 23, 1980 Editorials Conciliatory gestures Statements made Monday by President Jimmy Carter and the speaker of the Iranian parliament, Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani, indicated officials on both sides are ready to negotiate for release of the 52 American hostages held captive in Iran for almost a year. But the statements from both sides could have and should have been made much sooner. In a conciliatory gesture to Iran, Carter said he would drop economic sanctions against Iran and release Iranian assets held in the United States after the hostages are freed. Carter's statement came two weeks before the general election ai.u t!'e first anniversary of the hostage seizure. Rafsanjani said conditions for release of the hostages include returning Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi's wealth, canceling U.S. financial claims against Iran, releasing Iranian assets in the United States and guaranteeing non-interference in Iranian af- fairs. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1980

Thursday, October 23, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Union hangs exhibit Display goes up in spite of thefts "Cartoon History of U.S. Foreign Policy 1776-1976," an exhibit that runs through Nov. 7, is on display in the Union Gallery despite recent gallery thefts. The winning photo in last week's "Photos from Earth" exhibit was stolen and university officials are concerned about security. Gallery security has been one of Dot- tie Johansson's, gallery director, goals, she said. The information desk that previously faced the west door on the third floor of the University Union has been moved to in front of the gallery and turnstiles have been installed. IN A FEW DAYS, the makeover will be complete with stanchions sup- porting velvet ropes, so information desk employees can monitor viewers, Mrs. Johansson said. The cartoon exhibit, part of a travel- ing exhibition from the Smithsonian In- stitution, was arranged at the beginning of last semester, she said. The exhibit contract which s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 23 October 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 23. 1980 A Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND—Ken Johnson, Fort Worth senior, dances with Cindy Hayward, Conroe junior, at the Union Program Com- mittees' Halloween party. John Lynn, member of Theta Chi fraternity, became the president of the Interfraternity Council after Blaine Col- lins resigned the position earlier in the week citing personal reasons. "The reason I resigned as president of IFC was because of a promotion I received at my job at the Addison Point. All I can say now is it is a managerial Office to award six scholarships Applications for the 5250 E.D. (Dick) Criddle Scholarship are due by Nov. 15. Applications may be picked up in the Financial Aid Office on the third floor of the University Union. Six scholarships will be awarded, one in each of the following categories: white male, white female, black male, black female, foreign male and foreign female. The scholarships are awarded annual- ly to students ...

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