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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
Personal Horse Drawn Carriages for Hire. Weddings, Tours, Moonlight Rides call; CARRIAGE TRADE, 467-9000. Information BD TYPING SERVICE TYPING all kinds of writing compositions. Call day or night. 8363594. ____ Fun Times with DEADLY ERNEST and the HONKY TONK HERDS. Join the fun at SEBASTIAN’S GARDENS. Sun-Sat. COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID over 3 billion dollars available annually in financial assistance to College Students. New nervine matches students with soui tional funds. Guaranteed 5 per student. Write for free COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP S Coolev Rd., Ravenna. OH 44 ADO A NEW SKILL THIS SUMMER! Becoi a CRISIS-INTERVENTION VOLUNTEER! Tra ing runs June 19-Aug. 14, Sat. morning Help H.E.C./Child Development-Major desired Mother’s helper for 2 children. Room/Bo: plus small salary. K.S.U. Bus Route (fr&lt; Stow) long term preferred. Ref. requirt 673-6940. JOB INFORMATION: Cruise Ship Jobs, Also Houston, Dali: Overseas jobs. 602-998-0426 Dept. 47c Phone call refundable. Fun times with DEAD...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
Open your own Jean Shop Ladies Wear Infants, Children or Western Wear Store. $14,850. Complete store including fixtures, supplies, inventory. Over 200 name brands available. Roundtrip airfare to apparel center. (Party Plan Package $6,900.) Toll Free 1-800-874-4780 Ext 31 FULL MEAL DEAL $1 m brazier ALL DAY—EVERY DAY It's the best meal deal going. Our 100% pure beef single burger with “More Burger Than Bun 7 "”. A small order of crispy, golden fries. Your favorite small soft drink. And to top It off, a cool and creamy 5 oz. DAIRY QUEEN® Sundae. All for only $1.89. Get a good deal on a full meal. Head for your participating DAIRY QUEEN® BRAZIER ® store. © AM D Q Corp / 1981 KENT DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER •1443 South Water St.
Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
free Katherine Kishton cosmetic therapist air removal by electrolysis consultations licensed by Ohio State Medical Board Hours by appointment 136 N. Water St., Rm 206 Kent, Ohio 44240 678-4839 Crossword Answer TEACH OVERSEAS! Graduating seniors are encouraged to apply. For I details, please send self-addressed, stamped, long envelope to: FRIENDS ' OF WORLD TEACHING, P.O. Box, 1049, San Diego, California 92112- ' 1049.
Weekend in Review Kenley Season to open with musical [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
Weekend in Review Kenley Season to open with musical By CHUCK POLIAFICO Staff Writer “Meet Me in St. Louis,” a stage version of the film musical set during the 1904 World’s Fair, opens John Kenley’s summer theater season tonight at the E.J. Thomas Hall in Akron. Described as a fun-filled family show, the cast of “Meet Me in St. Louis” will feature Cathy Rigby, former U.S. Olympic gymnast, Marsha Hunt and Randy Jones of the Village People. Following “Meet Me in St. Louis,” which will close on June 20, is the only new and nonmusical production of the season, “Wally’s Cafe.” This comedy, which had a short run on Broadway earlier in the season, stars television and screen comedian Tim Conway and Arlene Golonka, formerly of the “Mayberry RED” series. The production will run from June 2-27. About the same time that the film version of “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” (starring Dolly Parton and Burt Reynolds) is released, Kenley will introduce his stage version starring country and we...
TIDBITS [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
TIDBITS By MEGAN HARDING Entertainment Editor ANTICIPATION: The Numbers Band has just finished recording an album at Brittain Square Sound. Guitarist Michael Stacey will be mixing it this week, then the final tracks will be pressed into vinyl. Look for it to be released sometime in August on Water Brothers, an independent record label. Stacey said he’s excited because this is the first time the Numbers Band has recorded something that does them justice. So, 15-60-75, where’s that 33? SPIN TIL YOU’RE DIZZY: The Tormentors and the Rawbeats will play at JB’s Wednesday night to benefit a new music store in Kent. Spindizzy, located above Kline’s Market overlooking South Water Street, caters to followers of new and unusual music. They specialize in rare and imported albums. Spindizzy also sells a variety of fan magazines, buttons and funky clothing. The Tormentors is a newly formed band featuring vocalist Pete Sake (once a Teacher’s Pet of the Rubber City Rebels), and guitarist Terry Walk...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
Thursday, June 17,1982 Summer Kent Stater Vol. 11l No. 2 STEVE SEFCHIK Editor BETH CUNNINGHAM PAT CHARLES Associate ' Editor Advertising Manager Stater Staff Sports Editor ..................................................................MARTY PANT AGES Entertainment Edit0r....................................................... MEGAN HARDING Feature Editor .............................................................................KIM ORIOLE Copy Edit0r............................................................................. DONN HANDY Photo Editor .PHOEBE O’NEIL Secretaries SHARON MARQUIS, MARY SMITH Adviser EVAN SMITH STAFF WRITERS: Ross Sneyd, Michelle Monteforte, Tim Farkas, Robin C. Gray, Lisa Bernstein, Mariellen Mining, Henri Adjodha, Leanne Genovese, Tom Wills, Linda Joseph, Lynn Voss.. STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS: Hoda Bakhshandagi, Henri Adjodha ' ' V.’. I .V.V.V.’iV/. ' . -V.Vt’
Ten years after scandal Memories fading but changes remain [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
Ten years after scandal Memories fading but changes remain By ROSS SNEYD Staff Writer Newsweek magazine did a cover story on it two weeks ago. Time magazine had several stories about it the same week. “It” is a burglary that was committed 10 years ago today in Washington, D.C. Four men broke into the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate complex, the first act in what became known as the Watergate scandal that led to the first resignation of a U.S. president. “THE SYSTEM demonstrated that with all its warts, it wouldn’t tolerate truly unethical, illegal behavior,” John J. Gargan, an associate political science professor, said yesterday. When asked what effect he thought the scandal has had on the presidency, Gargan merely replied, “We’ve had a series of one-term presidents.” However, Gargan added that Watergate will only be “mentioned in a footnote” in history books. THE WATERGATE scandal “produced a set of reforms that are coming back to haunt us,” Gargan clai...
Former University president, Karl C. Leebrick, dies at 96 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
Former University president, Karl C. Leebrick, dies at 96 By MICHELLE MONTEFORTE Staff Writer Former Kent State President Karl C. Leebrick died Sunday in Kula, Hawaii, at the age of 96. Leebrick, KSU’s fourth president, held that office from 1938 to 1943, when he resigned to accept a direct commission into the U.S. Army as a major. He served in the Army until 1946, as a member of the military government stationed in Italy during World War 11. He had also been stationed in the Pacific Theatre. In 1938, when James O. Engleman retired, Leebrick, then dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Syracuse University in New York, was selected by the Board of Trustees to become the president of Kent State beginning on July 1, 1938. Besides a salary of $7,800 a year, he received a furnished home, coal, gas, light, telephone and mileage. AS PRESIDENT, Leebrick actively worked to strengthen the liberal arts college. Historian Phillip R. Shriver, has called the period of transition the University ex...
State cuts budget aid for colleges [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
State cuts budget aid for colleges House Bill 530, which proposed an 11 percent cut of $79.1 million in the budget supporting colleges and universities, passed both the Ohio House and Senate yesterday, with votes of 57-37 and 19-14. This means that the state will provide $207 less per student to colleges than had been appropriated earlier. The Kent State Board of Trustees raised next semester’s tuition $lO9 one week ago. University officials recommended the hike based on a 9 percent cut in state funding, although Richard Dunn, vice president of business affairs and treasurer, said they later heard the amount would be far more than expected.
Fashion exhibit features Oscar de La Renta, brides and cavewomen [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
Fashion exhibit features Oscar de La Renta, brides and cavewomen By CHUCK POLIAFICO Staff Writer Oscar de La Renta, a spoof and bridal apparel will be the main highlights at the fourth annual fashion exhibit entitled “Two Centuries of Romance,” presented Monday night in the Ballroom of the Student Center. Carol Graham, a member of the Chestnut Society which is sponsoring the show, said that there are two halves to the presentation. “The first half of the show is in two parts,” Graham said. “The first part is a collection from designer Oscar de La Renta and the second half is titled ‘A Night of 100 Stars.’” GRAHAM SAID that the second part of the first half is a spoof of fashion designed by Alex Cohen. “The piece covers the time from cavewomen to hippies, and all the outfits are in black and white with a little touch of red,” she said. The second half of the show covers bridal costumes from 1860 through the present. “The costumes are not only from America but from around the world in...
Board approves new fashion school; Golding kept as consultant [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
Board approves new fashion school; Golding kept as consultant By ROBIN C. GRAY Staff Writer The creation of a new School of Fashion Design and Merchandising was approved by the Kent State University Board of Trustees June 10, finalizing plans that spanned a threeyear period. The contractual agreements with retiring President Brage Golding as consultant for that school, at an annual salary of $15,000 a year for a period of five years, were also approved by the Trustees. The new school results from a $5 million gift from New York designers Jerry Silverman and Shannon Rogers. It is expected to expand the existing degree programs in fashion design and merchandising. HARRY AUSPRICH, dean of the College of Fine and Professional Arts, said he is extremely pleased with the decision to appoint President Golding as consultant and, now the school can “move effectively.” The new school will be part of the College of Fine and Professional Arts, The University currently offers fashion design and ...
AGENDA – June 17-21 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
AGENDA - June 17-21 CAMPUS BLOSSOM VISITING ARTISTS PUBLIC LECTURES Neil Welliver will lecture on paintings and drawings at 8 p.m. tonight. Andrea Gill lectures on ceramics at 8 p.m. Monday, June 21. Both are in Lecture Hall 202 in the Art Building and are open and free to the public. KENLEY PLAYERS will show “Meet Me in St. Louis” ' through June 20 at E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall in Akron. Upcoming shows will run Tuesdays through Sundays with performances at 8:30 p.m. daily except Sundays, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday matinees are at 2:30 p.m. For more information call 375-7570. COMMUNITY Premiere showings of the movie “Annie” will be shown at three area theaters tonight. Premieres to benefit television stations Channel 45 and 49, will be shown at the Summit Mall Theatre 1 in Akron, the Mellett Mall Cinema 1 in Canton and the Great East Plaza Movie World Two in Niles. For more information, call 678T656. The Blues of Calvin Gregory will be presented 9 p.m. Friday at Walters ...
Nuclear disarmament: Weapons freeze focus of rally [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
Nuclear disarmament: Weapons freeze focus of rally By NORMAN LEIGH Staff Writer A “Rally for Peace” will be held at noon Saturday at Akron’s Cascade Plaza. While it probably won’t draw the throngs of people last weekend’s Central Park rally did, it will give area residents a chance to support the nuclear weapons freeze and world disarmament. Tom Allio, one of the main organizers of the rally, said the day will feature speeches by local religious and civic leaders as well as music and information booths. He said the purpose of the rally is to create awareness of the threat of nuclear arms and to inform de-cision-makers “that people believe that there are limits to nuclear stockpiling.” THE DATE OF THE RALLY, chosen to coincide with the United Nations Second Special Session on Disarmament, is in support of last weekend’s March for Nuclear Disarmament and Human Needs in New York, Allio said. The speakers are; Reggie Brooks, director of the Akron Human Relations Commission; Mimi Steiner...
Parking permits issued [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
Parking permits issued Summer parking permits are being issued by the Office of Parking and Traffic from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. today and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday in Van Campen Hall. In addition to regular student lots on campus, four additional lots will be designated R-ll for the summer. These lots are those are the Nursing Building, Music and Speech, across the street from Eastway Center and at the corner of Rhodes Road and Summit Street. Student parking permits cost $2.50 per session and $5 for the entire summer. A limited number of spaces are still available in faculty lots for $7.50 per session and $l5 for the entire summer.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
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