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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
ACROSS 1 Resins 5 Greek temple room 10 Angel wear 14 Beehive State 15 Constellation 16 Spoken 17 Is mutually related 19 H.H. Munro 20 Realms 21 Feted 23 Produced ore 25 Decad 26 Doused 29 Unhappy one 34 Pool sticks 35 Girl’s name 37 Pert 38 Judah king 39 Personal 41 Head movement 42 Have a party 44 tasse 45 Far off: Pref. 46 Insects’ nemesis 48 Swapper 50 Lab. union 51 pure 53 Malignant growth 57 than: By then 61 Robert 62 Make known 64 Actor Richard 65 Buenos 66. Greek god 67 Picket 68 Mud 69 Get excited DOWN 1 Clare Boothe 2 Particle 3 Fish 4 Crustaceans 5 Paper smoothing machine 6 Cancel 7 Illuminated 8 Masher’s look 9 Capital 10 Shout of praise 11 Asian sea 12 Shade of red 13 Rancid 18 Buffalo's take TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 22 Silty people 24 Motorists 26 Neckwear 27 Blackbird 28 Log roller 30 Milk product 31 Harmonized 32 French school 33 Cup 36 Bird group 39 Greek sage 40 Bird 43 Effeminate 45 American bird 47 Argentine plains 49 Bakery item 52 Epitaph abbr. 53 Leak out 54 Aq...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Play Guitar It’s finger-pickin’ good E USIC MAR OF KENT INC. 1 73 E. Main 673-7158 SILVER i MEADOWS ! 2-3 Bedroom Apartments | Summer leases available. School year leases avail-! able to graduating seniors only. EXTRAS: Central Air Conditioning \ Swimming Pool i Fully Carpeted i Fully Equipt Kitchen \ Heat, Water and Cooking j Paid j On Campus Bus Line 678-0761 i NO PETS !
Tax cut is not only answer, says Glenn [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Tax cut is not only answer, says Glenn By BILL BRYAN AKRON—Although House Democrats and Republicans continue to debate over the size of a tax cut for next fall, Ohio Sen. John Glenn believes that it will take more than a cut in taxes to ease inflation. “Inflation will not be cured simply by budget and tax cuts,” Glenn told members of the media before addressing a sold-put Akron Roundtable luncheon last Thursday at the Akron City Club. He said that energy research and better productivity are also needed to curb inflation. “I would like to see more in the way of investment tax credits,” the former astronaut who just turned 60 said while stressing that Ohio must begin to modernize “or businesses will go South or abroad.” Glenn predicted that over the next five years, it will take $BO billion to modernize the American auto industry while the steel industry will require another $3O billion to be brought up to date. Both industries are important to this area. HE PREDICTED that a com promi...
Lawsons is working on [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Lawsons is working on Lawsons has been revising its security measures since February, when the first of three Lawsons’ clerks were murdered. The Lawsons stores have removed the window display signs to enable a clear view from the street into the store. The stores and parking lots are better lit, there is no more than $5O in the cash register left overnight, and Lawsons opened a Crime Prevention Department which provides continuous protection for its employees and patrons, said Marguerita Dan- nemiller public relations coordinator, for Lawsons, last week. Lawsons is offering a $25,000 reward to anyone with information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons involved in the three murders, said Danne- miller. “We are doing the best we can, there is no way to completely stop this violence, it’s a problem in society,” Dannemiller said. Gary O’Neil, 33, originally from Tennessee moved to 3948 Reid Ave., Lorain four months ago. “He began working for the Sheffield Town...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
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Can U.S. justify ‘land of free?’ [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Can U.S. justify ‘land of free?’ In a nation that prides itself with deep-rooted concern for civil rights, the United States is a bit late in attending to a blatant case in its past of a group of people who were stripped of their civil rights solely for reasons of race and national ancestry. In February 1942, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 authorizing the roundup of JapaneseAmericans. In 1944, even as Japanese Americans were signing up for the much decorated 442nd Regimental Combat Team, the Supreme Court backed up Roosevelt’s order. AND ALTHOUGH the Emergency Detention Act, which gave FDR the power to intern, was repealed in 1971 and Executive Order 9066 was rescinded in 1975, the Supreme Court ruling still stands. Last week, nearly 40 years after the fact, a Federal commission began hearings in Washington to determine how the internment camps could have happened—and whether the U.S. Government should offer financial compensation to those who suffer...
Books better than working life [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Books better than working life By RICK LANEY Stater Columnist Clangs and clicks whine in rhythm with the smell of arch welders and grease. Combined they give the impression of a punk concerto in a coal mine—anarchy of both sight and sound. The work day is already in midstride. Men and women man their lathes, welders and drills, taking their places a cog in the American economic wheel —the production line. The line that made America industry of industries, capital of the capitalists, in short, great. The line which of late has slowed to a lull leaving behind a trail of unemployment. THIS SUMMER I have done time in this American ritual working in a small shop here in Kent. I am a student who met up with the realities of bills and had to find work. Taking my niche in the economic slot has sent me through a spectrum of feelings. It gave me a first-hand view of the famous line and the effects it can have. Being badly in need of cash and unemployed, my initial reaction was one of elation....
It’s those little things in life... [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
It’s those little things in life... By BERNIE NOFEL It’s really the little things that drive you crazy. Most people have this notion that you usually only go crazy after some severe trauma. Like rotting for years in prison for a crime that you didn’t commit only to discover on the day you’re released that you’ve got incurable cancer. You would still have one consolation. After a life like that, you know that you’re going to heaven. The point is that people generally can handle one great big shock easily enough. It’s more the accumulation of minute abrasions that, like a gentle stream, erode your sanity a drop at a time. WHERE I LIVE, starting about 4:30 every Saturday morning and ending sometime Monday night, the steady drone of lawnmowers rolls endlessly on and on and with it drip, drip, drip..., sanity flows away. They start slowly, like birds singing in the morning. One will begin in the distance, barely audible. It will be joined by a closer mower, perhaps with a deeper voice, a...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Letters Letters to the editor concerning topics of campus interest are welcome. Letters should be brief, not exceeding 300 words, typed and double spaced. Name, year in school, major and phone number should be included. We reserve the right to edit material submitted for publication. Unsigned letters will not be considered for publication. However, names may be withheld if circumstances warrant. Letters should be sent to 100 Taylor.
Student Senate's got extra cash $3,000 in funds leftover [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Student Senate's got extra cash $3,000 in funds leftover By CHERI KOVESDY At a time when most people are in need of money, Student Senate has more than enough—and no one to allocate it to. According to Gayle Meyer, senator in charge of special projects, the organization has ah additional $3,000 in its contingency fund and has received no requests for the leftover money. Senate began the summer with $lB,OOO in allocations and has distributed approximately $15,000 to various organizations since. MEYER SAID the bulk of groups that usually are allocated funds didn’t apply for summer appropriations. The campus’ major programming group, the All-Campus Programming Board only applied for funds for movie presentations expenses, and Black United Students, another group involved in programming, didn’t apply at all. The Chinese Student Association did apply for funds to present its films, however. “It’s real hard for us to balance the programming if people don’t come to us for money,” Meyer sai...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
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