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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
ACROSS 1 “Oh, me!” 5 Cryptographer 10 Commoner 14 Matron 15 Have an idea 16 Girl Friday 17 Joe Doakes: 2 words 19 Army action 20 Make out OK 21 Actor James and family 23 Sties 25 Mild oath 26 Was peeved 30 Experts 34 “Stop!” 35 Goad 37 Mrs. Copperfield 38 Container 39 Dirty 42 Amusing one 43 Roman date 45 Hitchcock and Landon 46 Moutain ridge 48 Cease 50 Annealed 52 Location 54 Bugle call 55 Spreads 59 Watch part 63 Projection 64 Indy-500 entrant: 2 words 66 Affirm 67 Study piece 68 Expos or Reds 69 Favorites 70 Fond parent 71 Merriment DOWN 1 First name 2 Fluid rock 3 “You said it” 4 Stoles, Mexican style 5 Pertinent &lt; 6 Unclose: Poet. 7 Darkens 8 Growing out 9 Deserter 10 Marched 11 Ananias, e.g. 12 Rewrite 13 Garden areas 18 Brokers TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer on Page 12 22 Stuff 24 Flower part 26 Enthusiastic 27 Get around 28 Herbs 29 Meaning 31 Strength 32 Old hat 33 Gratified 36 Start 40 Ragged 41 Neat 44 Relatives 47 Loafing 49 Repose 51 Crazier 53 Poetry muse ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
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Federal dollars expected by end of year Airport improvement funds being held [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Federal dollars expected by end of year Airport improvement funds being held By DAVE WOOLDRIDGE Expansion and improvement plans totaling $6 million are still being held for the KSU Airport. Director of the airport Eugene Ripple said Tuesday he expected a portion of the federal grant dollars would be coming before the end of the year. , Under the grant, the federal government would pay 90 percent of the costs. The remaining 10 percent would come from local sources. Approval of the airport’s 20-year “master plan” proposal was given by Congress in 1978. However, the exact amount of funding for the program has yet to be determined. “Our plan has been approved,” Ripple said. “But we will not receive any money until the funds have been appropriated by Congress.” THE ORIGINAL plan included renovations and extensions of the airport’s runway, taxiways, and apron parking areas at a cost of $4 million. But due to inflation and revisions made to the proposal over the past three years, Ripple sa...
Students scrambling for aid [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Students scrambling for aid By RICH JORDAN The financial aids office is beseiged by students trying to figure what financial aid or employment they are entitled to for the 1981-82 academic year. With the budget cuts coming from Washinton and Columbus, they are finding that they are left “high and dry.” There has been an $BO across-the-board cut in Pell Grants (formerly Basic Grants), besides even greater cuts in other aid programs, like National Direct Student Loan and Guaranteed Student Loan. A student who received a maximum $1,730 in basic grant aid last year, will receive $1,650 this year. Students are also being warned at the financial aids office and by letters to return this fall prepared to handle a larger share of their college expenses. The financial aids office is no longer taking phone calls during peak hours, due to onslaught of students applying for late aid. Those who are still trying to get through by phone find they are listening to a recording telling them to call l...
Social Work Program examined this summer [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Social Work Program examined this summer By GINA KOFFMAN A proposal to improve the quality of KSU’s undergraduate Social WorlT Program is being examined this summer by the department’s chairman and dean, said Rancel D. Hill, coordinator of the social work program. The proposed plan, if accepted by the university’s education board, will be in effect fall 1981. It introduces new coursework into the program that should help meet accrediation standards. Hill said the program has been going through curriculum changes ever since it had gone under review for accreditation in 1978. When the program was first presented to the Council on Social Work Education for accreditation in 1978, it was turned down because of curriculum content insufficiencies, Hill said. After program modifications, the program was presented again in 1980, but was refused for the same reason. “In 1978, the council said we didn’t teach enough social work history, and then in 1980 they said we taught too much of it,” Hil...
Negotiations needed in controllers’ strike [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Negotiations needed in controllers’ strike When the nation’s avaristic professional baseball players went on strike last June, a lot of baseball fans grumbled, but generally, the nation was none the worse. Not so with the nationwide strike called Monday by 15,000 federal air traffic controllers, who are seeking $lO,OOO a year pay raises and a four-day work week. Unlike the baseball situation, the controllers’ illegal walkout cannot be ignored. For example, anywhere from one half to one third of the normal 14,200 daily airline flights nationwide have been grounded, seriously disrupting the vacation plans of thousands of Americans. At busy terminals, there have been lengthy delays, some as long as 90 minutes, as supervisors, non-striking controllers and military flight personnel struggle to handle even a deliberately diminished traffic load. The airlines, operating under flight limitations imposed by the Federal Aviation Administration, have been losing tens of millions of dollars eac...
Viewpoints Reagan forgetting about students [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Viewpoints Reagan forgetting about students Editor’s note: The following letter was sent to President Reagan, several Ohio congressmen and a number of newspapers. Dear Mr. President: It is out of sheer hope and destitution that I appeal to your humanity. I only hope that you can find the time to address the plea of this collegiate constituency. During your campaign, you promised to serve all of the people. With the highest respect, sir, what about the college students? Higher education, being vital to the American future, should be available to all and not to the wealthy only. If America is the land of opportunity why are you decimating my chances of social mobility? I realize that these are economically trying times and that we must all cut back. In light of this, I have tried to do my share to help out. Last year, to meet the cost of my education, I was employed by the Employment Training Agency Youth Program of Portage County, borrowed money through the guaranteed student loan pr...
TV commercials ‘immoral, despicable’ [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
TV commercials ‘immoral, despicable’ By BERNIE NOFEL Stater Columnist Okay, so there’s nothing on the market to keep a man morning fresh all day. And I hardly even flinch anymore when I hear the woman on the Summer’s Eve commercial remark, “My, what a clever design.” I don’t even care if they tease, please or freeze Mrs. Olson. There still remains a certain element in commercials which, if not immoral, is nonetheless despicable. A while back, the Ohio Lottery had a commercial where an old woman carrying grocery bags encouraged others, presumably other elderly women, to buy Ohio Lottery tickets. THE MESSAGE behind the commercial was clear. If you’re an elderly woman having trouble paying your bills, a winning Ohio Lottery ticket can put food on your table. Never mind that only about 50 percent of the money taken in by the lottery is returned as prize money, which, by the way, ranks the lottery behind horse racing, blackjack and slot machines. Why not encourage betting on football gam...
Stater Features Professor keeps unique hobby 'shelved' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Stater Features Professor keeps unique hobby 'shelved' By DAVE WOOLDRIDGE Would you pay $2.2 million to get your hands on one of the few remaining copies of the Gutenberg Bible? Or would $300,000 for James John’s “Audubon’s Birds” published between 1844 and 1848 be more within your reach? A first edition copy of each book several years ago was auctioned for these handsome sums. And although KSU political science professor Dr. James Best does not own either treasure, he nonetheless has become an avid collector of antiquarian books, primarily those with illustrations. Best, who adds variety to his academic responsibilities by teaching a course on the history of American illustration in addition to his political science classes, has what he describes as a modest collection of 150 books. BECOMING A collector of illustrated books began for Best as a search for an economical alternative to purchasing quality art. Best made his first purchase of a book containing illustrations by Maxfield ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
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Let the proving begin... Browns off to a good start with 24-10 Fame Game win [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Let the proving begin ... Browns off to a good start with 24-10 Fame Game win By GARY HARWOOD Even though it was only an exhibition game and a feeling-out period for both of the teams and their players, Atlanta and Cleveland had something to prove at the 1981 Canton Hall of Fame Game last Saturday. Neither team had won a game there, so each squad wanted to redeem itself in front of a sold-out crowd of 23,921 and a national television audience. It was an ideal game to open the 1981 season with because both teams were divisional champions and are expected to have repeat performances this year. The crowd, predominantly Cleveland fans, set a new attendance record in coming out to cheer for their Kardiac Kids. Both teams relied heavily on their starters to try to build a lead early in the game so more rookies, first-year players and back-up players could be given more playing time. It became more of a defensive struggle, though, and the first half ended with a 7-3 Cleveland lead. It was ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
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