The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 37, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 3, 1981 Page: 3 of 6
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Tuesday, November 3.1981
THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 3
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) —
The Soviet Union allowed the com-
mander of a submarine stranded deep
inside Swedish waters to be
questioned Monday, and Swedish
tugboats refloated the sub to prevent
bad weather from battering the ves-
Sweden at first insisted that a
satisfactory explanation for the sub’s
presence in restricted Swedish waters
would be required before it could be
taken off the rocks close to the
Karlskrona naval base where it ran
aground last Tuesday. The Swedes
said the sub was equipped as a spy
Soviet Ambassador Mikhail
Yakovlev earlier in the day informed
the Foreign Ministry that his govern-
ment had approved interrogation of
the skipper, paving the way for a
solution to the nearly week-long im-
The Soviets agreed last week not to
refloat the sub themselves, and on
Saturday the Foreign Ministry an-
nounced it had received the Soviet
ambassador’s formal regrets that the
submarine "had entered Swedish ter-
JERUSALEM (AP) — Prime
Minister Menachem Begin asked his
political opposition Monday to join
him in fighting Saudi Arabia’s
Mideast peace plan, which he called a
prescription for Israel’s liquidation.
Speaking in Parliament, Begin re-
jected from start to finish" the
eight-point plan proposed by Saudi
Crown Prince Fahd, and admonished
the United States and Europe not to
consider it as a basis for negotiation.
Begin blasted Saudi Arabia as “the
petrodollar state, where the darkness
of the Middle Ages reigns, with the
cutting off of hands and heads, with
corruption that cries out to high
He proposed that a bipartisan
delegation from the Knesset
(Parliament) go to the United States
and Western Europe “to explain the
justice of our cause.”
Knesset veterans told The As-
sociated Press they could not recall
the last time a prime minister in-
itiated such a delegation to combat a
specific policy. Begin had considered
sending a similar delegation to lobby
against the sale of AW ACS.
unity for peace
WASHINGTON (AP) —
President Reagan told Jordan’s King
Hussein on Monday it is “imperative
that we work together" for a Middle
East peace, but American officials of-
fered no hope the monarch would
break ranks with Arab allies and sup-
port the Camp David accords.
The administration stressed that
the United States is committed to the
Camp David agreement as tne for-
mula for peace in the region, and has
not endorsed instead a Saudi Arabian
In private meetings, Hussein com-
plained to Reagan about Israel’s
"intransigence" and stressed that the
Palestinian people must be included
in peace negotiations, a senior ad-
ministration official said.
The king said that resolving the
status of Jerusalem “is the essence of
peace in the Middle East," added the
official, w Im declined to be identified.
I ater. alter lunch at the State
Department vsith Secretary of State
Alexander M. Haig Jr., Hussein was
asked how Jordan might be per-
suaded to join the Camp David peace
Photo by STEVE RUSHING
JAZZERCISING—Members of the Jazz Faculty Combo
performed Thursday night in the Recital room of the
Music Building. Members of the combo are Rich Mat-
teson on euphonium; Dave Adams, Denton senior, on
drums; Jack Petersen on guitar; Phil Brown, Denton
graduate student, on bass; and Neil Slater on piano.
'Hic/e and seek' participants
to face disciplinary action
By .1 \MFS PEAK
Students who play hide and seek with
NT’s housing office and do not pay the
bills for their rooms will face diciplinary
action, Jim Peterson, director of housing
Peterson said he could recall only two
incidences in the past four to live years
when a student not on contract with the
housing office was living with a friend
who was. And, although it would be dif-
ficult for someone to get by without a
resident assistant finding out and
reporting it, it can happen, he said.
"It can happen because we don’t go
around checking rooms every night. But
generally, the resident assistants can
pick out any strangers,” he said.
“Sure, their going to get by the resi-
dent assistants, but not for long," Kerr
I Fill director John Altiand said.
Beth Nance, director of collections
and assignments for NT’s housing office
said by cross-checking students names
and their room numbers, housing of-
ficials are able to monitor payments. She
said they keep a tight control over who is
in each room.
“We are so crowded, if we know
someone is rooming with another person
and is not paying, we will get them out,”
Although they do not kick any doors
down, Peterson said housing represen-
tatives do reserve the right to check
mums "If s in the contract ' he said
Peterson said if a person not on con-
tract with the housing office is enrolled
with the university, he would try to find
the person a place to live.
Co-op program offers jobs
Cooperative Education is looking for
students to place in job positions in the
Dallas-Fort Worth area.
“We have 30 unfilled positions in
business companies now, but we cannot
get students to place in," George Scog-
gin, director of Cooperative Education,
said. “This is the major problem we are
Cooperative Education is a service
provided through the Dean of Students
Office that places students in profes-
sional jobs in their major field of study.
"To solve the problem, we have sent
out cards and memorandum to faculty
members to announce to students,”
Scoggin said. “But the response is not
good for this fall."
Last year, Cooperative Education
placed 291 students in jobs. The total
earnings of all students was S640.000.
The average hourly wage was S6.20,
Scoggin said in 1979-1980,
Cooperative Education placed 215 stu-
dents in jobs, and the total earning was
$425,000. The number of students
placed in jobs in 1980-1981 increased 35
percent and the total earning increased
“Students also get credit for their in-
ternship with this program," Scoggin
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NT Students will vote Thursday to
decide whether to increase Union Fees
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I he Student Association will run the
election, John Matthews, SA director of
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The SA runs all the elections on
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Clark, Karen. The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 37, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 3, 1981, newspaper, November 3, 1981; Denton, TX. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1003735/m1/3/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.