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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1980

The North Texas Daily WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 34 * Candidates battle on war, peace Carter blasts Reagan as advocate of military intervention CLEVELAND (AP) — President Carter and Ronald Reagan argued war and peace in a climatic debate Tuesday night, the president calling the Republican nominee a habitual ad- vocate of military intervention, the chal- lenger declaring the use of force "always and only a last resort. . "To maintain . . . peace requires strength," Reagan said. "America has never gotten into a war because we were too strong. We can get into a war by let- ting events get out of hand as they have in the last 3 1 /2 years." Carter countered that he has kept the peace, said his administration has been steadily, carefully increasing the nation's defense commitment. He said he has used that power to preserve peace. "I think habitually Governor Reagan has advocated the injection of military forces into troubled area...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1980

Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Wednesday, October 29, 1980 Editorials Israeli expansionism A bill now before the Israeli Knesset providing for annexing the occupied Golan Heights is ill-advised and runs contrary to the spirit of peace and conciliation that characterized the Camp David peace talks. The bill, which provides for the annexation of the land Israel captured from Syria in the 1967 war, can be viewed by Israel's neighbors only as inflexible and one-sided in Israel's concept of the negotiated peace. The purpose of the Camp David Accords was not just to end years of fighting between Egypt and Israel, but to extend the peace process to Jordan and Syria. This seems a dim hope now. However, it is true the Golan Heights is a strategic location, used by Syria to shell Israeli settlements before 1967. The Israelis are justified in their ap- prehensiveness, but they must realize that peace only will become a reality with mutual trust and with an ongoing dialogue between Isr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1980

Wednesday, October 29, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 f « ♦ . S ■" • jr. w Jr A MOORE FROM ALL SEASONS—Mary Tyler Moore (left) as she ap- peared in the 1960s with Dick Van Dyke in "The Dick Van Dyke Show;" (center) as she appeared in the 1970s in "The Mary Tyler Moore Show;" and (right) as the star of the current release, "Ordinary People." Film features extraordinary performance H> JAM KS K A U KM ANN Staff Writer "Ordinary People" is no ordinary movie. It is a dramatic and engrossing psy- chological study of the frustrations as- sociated with one family's inability to communicate. It is a showcase for the maturing talents of Mary Tyler Moore and Donald Sutherland, and the blos- soming talents of Timothy Hutton and director Robert Redford. It is a realistic, sometimes excrutiatingly so, cinematic slice of life. And it is brilliant. The film examines an Illinois family of extraordinary financial means who is forced to cope with a not so ordinary situation when the favored son,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1980

$3®? W'f PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 29, 1980 1 i Photo by MAX STACY PIN UP—Jane Kelsey of the art department places a drawing on a wallonthe second floor of the Art Building. The pictures are part of an Art 151, Drawing I hibit and will be on display through Monday. class ex- Economist receives grant to study U.S. census data By MIKE PLAYER Daily Reporter Public service and science were com- bined in a recent National Science Foun- dation grant awarded to Dr. Rose Rubin, of the economics faculty. Dr. Rubin, who teaches urban and regional economics, received a year's leave of absence to work with the city of Fort Worth. "The purpose of this project is to as- sist community groups in the interpreta- tions and use of census data to increase their input into urban policy making," Dr. Rubin said. Dr. Rubin said she has tried to organize lists of groups and catagorize them into separate interest, develop a technique of data-need assessment to be used by both city plan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1980

« | 4 4 t i t • • • Wednesday, October 29, 1980 Pahlavi THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 5 Continued from Page 1 "Many of the letters from Iran aren't signed. The people who write them know it is dangerous to write. But they write to express what is in their hearts, never knowing if the letters will reach the crown prince. It is very moving." Until the political situation between Iran and the United States became too volatile, and the personal safety of the Pahlavi family too uncertain, the prince was a freshman at Williams College in Massachusetts, known to classmates as "Ray." Reza also studied pilot training with the U.S. Air Force in Texas. He learned to fly a jet when he was 13. Today, the prince studies economics and political science as a junior at the American University in Cairo. His younger brother, Ali Reza, and two sisters, Farabnaz and Leila, are also in Cairo, living with their mother, Farah, within the walls of Kubbeh Palace. Azadeh said her cousin spends his days preparing...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 29, 1980 Lecturers to celebrate Vandiver's inauguration H> LAURA LINCOLN Daily Reporter Four honored guests will give a series of academic lectures to commemorate the inauguration of Dr. Frank Vandiver as NT's 11th president Nov. 12 and 13. Librarian of Congress Daniel J. Boorstin will deliver the inaugural ad- dress at 11 a.m. Nov. 13 in the Coliseum. Representatives of more than 1,200 academic institutions, professional organizations and learned societies have been invited. Born in Tulsa, Okla., Dr. Boorstin was graduated summa cum laude from Harvard University in 1934. He at- tended Balliol College, Oxford, and became a barrister-at-law three years later. He is one of few Americans cer- tified to plead in Her Majesty's High Courts. A long-time friend of Dr. Vandiver's, Dr. Boorstin was appointed to be librarian of Congress by Gerald Ford in 1975. Among Dr. Boorstin's awards are: the Bancroft Award in 1959 for his book "The Americ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1980

/ I i 1 i . I - Wednesday, October 29, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 %*,*■• i. sr* -5. . 'IV"* J • r.' B|Bg Coronado plays tough defense; NT foes find solid xGrrsn Wall' Photo by BARBARA BARKLEY , j Danny's Headquarters Coupon Special I I I I I I I I I I s200 off cut s5 00 off perm with this coupon expires Nov. 15 1322 W. Hickory 383-3538 Dorothy & Danny Superior Hair Designs FREE PIZZA Buy one, get one FREE Order any Style piz/a and get the next smaller size pizza of the same style crust free Same numta? «f toppings please One coupon per customer per visit PU/a -Hut* Not valid with any other coupons, discounts or special offers Offer good at participat- ing Pizza Hut' restau rants shown below through Nov 4, 1980 Copyright 1979 Pizza Hut. Inc Cash Value 1 /20 cent 227 W. University 387-4525 1 206 W. Hickory 387-4559 I I I I I I I J By STEVE WILSON Daily Reporter For someone who did not intend to play collegiate soccer, B.C. Coronado, Irving senior, has enjoyed a productive c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 29 October 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Wednesday, October 29, 1980 €• m>. '}r M ■W$.\ «T f \ ■ / Even matches highlight first night Women's intramural volleyball teams play to time limit The women's intramural volleyball season opened Monday with nine close matches. No team was able to reach the 15- point victory total before the 10-minute time limit ran out. Each team played three games per match. "The BSU is out there to play as well as everyone else, but on the Lord's side," said Laura Smith, BSU team captain. But the BSU lost anyway. Phi Chi Theta took two of the three games. The BSU won the first game but Phi Chi Theta came back in the last two games to win the match. "We ran out of time in the first game and lost it," Martha Jackson, captain of Phi Chi Theta, said. "Losing the first game made us get our heads together for the next two games. It would have been better if we could have had fresh players, but we only had six players. There's room for improvement, but the players have a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 October 1980

T The North Texas Daily THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 35 i i /1 Is r Jury acquits Candace Montgomery of Wylie schoolteacher's ax murder MCKINNEY, Texas (AP) — Candace Montgomery was found inno- cent Wednesday in the ax murder of her former lover's wife. The jury of nine women and three men deliberated just over three hours before determining that Mrs. Montgomery acted in self-defense when she hacked Betty Gore with an ax 41 times. State District Judge Tom Ryan had told the panel it could acquit the 30- year-old defendant or find her guilty of murder or manslaughter. Defense attorney Don Crowder, in his closing arguments, maintained both murder and manslaughter allowed for self defense. Mrs, Montgomery clenched her hands in her lap and stared straight ahead, showing no emotion when the verdict was read to the crowded courtroom at about 4:40 p.m. Wednesday. When asked what he thought the determining factor in the verdict was, Crow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 October 1980

A 1 ' The North Texas Daily Page 2 Thursday, October 30, 1980 nr * I * Editorials Necessary foundation The Board of Trustees of the NTSU Educational Foundation Inc. is reorganizing the foundation to give NT a much-needed intermediary for private donations. Allegations of mismanagement of funds by founda- tion directors forced it to be dissolved in April 1979 and all money was given to NT. The foundation, which had been run by university personnel, divested itself of its holdings in the midst of a 15-month investigation into alleged financial mismanagement by former Presi- dent C.C. "Jitter" Nolen and former executive director of the foundation, Jim Reid. Although neither Nolen or Reid was indicted and the investigation officially is closed, NT has suffered from a loss of funds from private donors. Reorganiza- tion of the foundation will show former donors NT has confidence the foundation can be rebuilt to benefit the university, and that it can be run correctly and aboveboard. An op...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 October 1980

4 * Thursday, October 30, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3 ♦ ' I « STAYOOT: stay our Foe MY SAKE, AS WELL AS YOUR OWM1" I.Kfc *Zr ' Editorial cartoons, elections coincide V.1 By LAURA HAYNES SUIT Writer The best aspect of the Smithsonian In- stitution's traveling political cartoon ex- hibit in the Union Gallery is the timing. "Cartoon History of U.S. Foreign Policy 1776-1976," an exhibit that runs through Nov. 7 in the third floor gallery that has received a security facelift, coin- cides with the obvious, the 1980 election. Gallery Review During an election year, and especial- ly in the weeks nearest the polling day, many people are buzzing about who to vote for, and why. Any outlet of political insight has some impact on that creature of irresolution, which has 15."0 cam- paigning politicians in a tizzy, the un- decided voter. The exhibit, beginning with Benjamin Franklin's "Join, or Die" snake from the 1754 Pennsylvania Gazette to Presi- dent Gerald Ford's foreign policy, though...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 October 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Thursday, October 30, 1980 Non-smokers celebrate Halloween in fresh air By NANCY BELL Daily Reporter Non-smokers who wish to attend a "smokeless" Halloween party might try the Fresh Air Boogie Club's party at Union Station, 400 S. Houston St. in Dallas, at 7:30 Friday night. Belva Ogren, membership chairman, said the party is for members and non-members. Party-goers may at- tend a cocktail, dinner and dance. Admission is $13 for members and SI5 for non-members. However, she said people are welcome to attend only the dance for $3. Cocktails will be served from 7:30-8 p.m. Dinner will be 8-9 p.m. and the dance will be from 9 p.m. to mid- night. Mrs. Ogren said people are welcome to dress up in Halloween costumes but it is not necessary to gain ad- mittance to the party. THE FRESH AIR Boogie Club is "for non- smokers who like to dance," Mrs. Ogren said. However, anyone who does not smoke and has a desire to partake in social activites in a smoke-free at- mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 October 1980

* I * * t Thursday, October 30, 1980 Low salaries spell shortage of teachers for Texas schools By BARBARA CORORAY Daily Reporter Public and private schools at all levels may be faced with a shortage of teachers due to low, non-competitive salaries but the resulting shortage will probably force teacher salaries up, Dr. James Muro, dean of education, said Tuesday. "The shortage of teachers will be felt in 1983-84. When the number of available teachers decreases, salaries will probably be raised," he said. "It's based on a supply and demand situation. If fewer teachers are available, higher wages will be neces- sary," Dr. Muro said. NT has not lost teachers because of low salaries, Dr. Muro said. "Our salaries are competitive," he said. The average salary for a professor at NT in 1979-80 was $26,971; for an associate professor, $21,630; for an assistant professor, $17,950; for an instructor, $14,864. The statewide average salaries are: professor, $27,815; for associate professors, $21,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 October 1980

PAGE 6—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY 3 ; 'C. Thursday, October 30, 1980 Thi Restored homes draw crowd GtA's investment quadruples in value DRTROIT (AP)—A faded Detroit neighborhood near General Motors Corp. world headquarters draws the kind of crowd the automaker would like in its dealer showrooms this fall. The attractions are restored, decades- old houses like the one which serves as a model for the project. Built in 1914, the three-story brick house has leaded-glass cabinets, bur- nished oak beams, four bedrooms and a completely remodeled kitchen. That house and 124 others represent GM's backyard venture in urban revitaliza- tion. THE AREA FOUR miles north of downtown earned the monicker "New Center" during its 1920s construction boom. The New Center Community Corp., a GM subsidiary, bought the homes for $20,000 to $28,000 and so far has sold seven at the full asking price; $S2,500 to $88,000. "We had 2,000 people touring the models last Saturday and Sunday although it's hard to tell how...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 October 1980

Thursday, October 30, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7 «5Pm oint stadium use By BRUCE CHAMBERS Daily Reporter A joint project proposed between NT and the Denton Independent School District to renovate Fouts Field and share in the stadium's use is being studied by officials. The proposal is supported by NT Athletic Director Andy Everest. "We're always interested in cooperating with the Denton School District or any other high school in the area that would find it to their ad- vantage to use our stadium," Everest said. Bill Carrico, Denton High School's athletic director, said, "A decision about sharing a stadium would have to be made by the school board and business manager. "Right not our plans are not definate, any money would have to be approved by the school board and a bond issue," Carrico said. Everest said the Denton High coaches could look at the situation in two ways. The first viewpoint is the psychological factor of a high school team playing in its home stadium and using...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 30 October 1980

PAGE 8—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY if < I i Thursday, October 30, 1980 Is soccer skill impresses new admire Fans' football mania, indifference to J Oth-ranked kickers baffles writer Bv STEVE WILSON Daily Reporter Most of the crowd at the NT soccer match against St. Mary's University filed into the pressbox when the weather turned nasty Sunday afternoon. They were not shoulder to shoulder, fighting for a glimpse of the action on the Held — not at all. Everyone was sitting comfor- tably, passing around prepared food and gossip from the previous night. That, my friends, describes the size of most crowds at NT soccer matches. There have been a few exceptions, of Cheerleaders capture award Two NT cheerleaders, Euless senior Kenneth Goss and Abilene senior Paula Nichols, were chosen as Ail-American cheerleaders for 1980. Goss, head cheerleader, has won the award three times in a row, but this is Miss Nichols' first time. Miss Nichols is the first NT woman to win this award. The National Chee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 October 1980

The North Texas Daily FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1980 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON. TEXAS 64TH YEAR NO. 36 • i I Photos by MAX STACY and TERRY HASKER Spiders and spooks A spider spins its web (left) beneath a light rafter above a corner stairwell in the General Academic Building. Susan Holmes, Denton State School employee (right) entertains a student with Halloween treats. Students from the Denton State School were at Highland Hall Thursday to trick-or-treat. They visited teachers throughout the building, collecting candy and cookies. Members of the NT chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children dressed in Halloween costumes to entertain the children. Children in the NT Nursery will trick-or-treat on campus to- day Department chides Carter, Civiletti Investigators call president uncooperative in brother's case WASHINGTON (AP) — Justice Department investigators, declaring that President Carter has been "remark..b!y uncooperative," are considering efforts to force him to testify ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 October 1980

< ■ I Commentary The North Texas Daily Page 2 Friday, October 31, 1980 Editorials SA accomplishments NT students face an upcoming Student Association election Nov. 11 to determine who will fill 19 of the 38 seats in the Representative Assembly. Students should follow the example set at UT-Austin in 1978 when stu- dents there voted to abolish their student government. Instead of voting for the candidates, students should write in a statement favoring disbandment of the SA. SA President Steve Player said the assembly's ac- complishments this semester are obtaining a student legal adviser who can represent students in court; ap- proving participation in the National Student Discount Corp. program; obtaining 705 additional parking spaces for students; the development of a restaurant and entertainment guide; registration of 1,800 voters; a political awareness program in conjunc- tion with the Union Forum Committee to bring can- didates to campus; writing job descriptions for SA of- fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 October 1980

Friday, October 31, 1980 THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY-PAGE 3 Slides depict Keller's life in TWU play By ELIZABETH TAYLOR Daily Reporter The TWU drama department will present a production of William Gibson's "The Miracle Worker" at 8 p.m. tonight and Saturday in the Redbud Theater. The play is based on the childhood of Helen Keller, a blind and deaf girl who comes under the care of Annie Sullivan, a teacher of the blind. The play focuses on Sullivan's at- tempt to tame the wild girl, to instill a sense of discipline in the child and to teach her basic communication skills. Miss Sullivan was sent from a school for the blind in Boston because her own history of blindness suggested she might be able to em- pathize with Miss Keller's frustra- tions. Gibson used Miss Keller's and Miss Sullivan's memoirs as sources for the play. The TWU performance will be a combination of two art forms — live theater and photographs projected on screens behind the players, said Kathleen Pertuit, a TWU graduate s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Texas Daily — 31 October 1980

PAGE 4—THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY Friday, October 31, 1980 Landscape supervisor keeps campus green College students lack basic geographical knowledge By SHARON SPARKMAN Special Writer It's not nice to fool Mother Nature. But Lewis Eberspacher of the NT Physical Plant is doing his best. Eberspacher implemented a program of planting that keeps flowers blooming on campus grounds the entire year. When he came to NT as grounds supervisor seven years ago, Eberspacher brought with him the ideas and ex- periences of 35 years in landscaping and the desire to add something to NT's ap- pearance. He wanted to add color, aesthetic value and plants and flowers that would enhance the looks of the campus year- round. Eberspacher set up a more detailed system of grounds upkeep than had ever been practiced at NT. He changed the appearance of the campus through modifications in lawn care and substantial additions of flowers and plants. The flowers, which are grown from seed in the university greenhouses, a...

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