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Another JB's hit Dickies' rock is ideal for fast-lane fans [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982
Another JB's hit Dickies' rock is ideal for fast-lane fans By DAVID SLUTZKY Staff Writer Some bands play ahead of themselves and others let a beat drag on, but if it isn’t short, hard, loud and fast, it isn’t worth a Dickie. The Dickies have an undying passion for taking any song ever recorded and playing it twice as fast. That’s their gimmick and it worked Saturday night at J.B’s as the Holloywood-based band enterained a crowd of about 300 people with original compositions and some surprising covers. The band features Leonard Graves Phillips on lead vocals and keyboards, Stan Lee on guitar and vocals, Billy Club on bass and vocals and Karlos Kaballero on drums. They also have a new guitarist/keyboardist who replaced former member Chuck Wagon. Wagon committed suicide in the winter of 1981. The Dickies opened their set with the Moody Blues’ “Nights in White Satin,” from the “Dawn of the Dickies” album. The harmonies were used well orr this song as was Lee’s driving guitar. From there...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982
EXERCISE YOUR RODY AS WELL AS YOUR MIND THIS SUMMER AT 527 S. Water St. Kent, Ohio 678-0251 Directly Across from University inn • On KSU Busline • Open 9-9 Mon. thru Fri. 9-5 Saturdays • Private Nautilus Facility • Men &amp; Women s locker rooms &amp; showers • Olympic Weights • Individual Instruction • Parking in rear SUMMER SCHOOL MEMBERSHIP AVAILABLE A L A
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Thursday, July 1, 1982 Summer Kent Stater Vol. 11l No. 6 STEVE SEFCHIK Editor \ . BETH CUNNINGHAM PAT CHARLES Associate ' Editor Advertising Manager Stater Staff Sports Editor MARTY PANTAGES Entertainment Editor ................................. MEGAN HARDING Feature Editor KIM ORIOLE Copy Editor DONN HANDY Photo Editor PHOEBE O’NEIL Secretaries SHARON MARQUIS, MARY SMITH Adviser EVAN SMITH STAFF WRITERS: Ross Sneyd, Michelle Monleforte, 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
Tax changes alter paychecks slightly [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Tax changes alter paychecks slightly By LYNN VOSS Staff Writer Today is July 1, the day the second phase of the much-disputed federal tax cut goes into effect, but you may not see much of a difference in your paycheck. Exactly what impact the $39 billion in tax cuts will have on the suffering American economy is also uncertain, according to Richard Bennett, acting director of the Economics Department. “In Ohio, it is unlikely that anyone is going to have much extra money to spend. Much of the 10 percent cut in federal taxes will be wiped out by the 50 percent tax sur- charge recently passed by the Ohio Legislature,” Bennett said. LINDA MOORE of the Kent State Payroll Department said, “the actual changes in paychecks will vary, according to how much a person is earning.” With the federal cuts and state tax increases, most people will come out just slightly ahead, she said. Moore gave three examples of KSU paychecks and computed the changes in takehome pay that would result from the n...
Lunar eclipse will highlight weekend [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Lunar eclipse will highlight weekend By LYNN VOSS Staff Writer As a fantastic finish to the Fourth of July weekend, the heavens are going to put on their own show —a total lunar eclipse. Planetarium Director Bryon Anderson said anyone willing to stay up past midnight on Monday evening will be able to see the spectacle. “The most interesting part will begin about 1:30 a.m. when the Earth’s shadow will appear to move slowly, almost imperceptibly across the moon,” Anderson said. Actually the moon is moving through the Earth’s shadow, he explained. It just seems the other way around. ALTHOUGH lunar eclipses occur every few years, this one will be special. It will be the longest one in 100 years. “The moon will be totally eclipsed for 106 minutes. This will not happen again until July 2000. Anderson said the unusual length of the eclipse is caused by the moon moving direct ly through the middle of the circle of the Earth’s shadow. “If it were to move through the top of the circle, the mo...
UFPA council approves pay increase [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
UFPA council approves pay increase By PATTI BAUCH Staff Writer The United Faculty Professional Association Council approved a collective bargaining agreement Tuesday calling for a 12 percent pay hike in faculty salaries for the 1982-83 academic year. Carl Moore, chief negotiator for the faculty union called the agreement, which was reached with the administration last week, a substantial improvement over the current contract. “We did not expect 12 percent,” he said. THE AGREEMENT, which deals strictly with salary and benefits, also provides for a 12 percent increase in the regional campus overload and summer salary schedule. Improvements in the benefits package include coverage of outpatient diagnostic laboratory and x-ray examinations performed in a doctor’s office or clinic and expansion of major medical coverage to include vision care. The reopener provision of the contract contains an agreement that at least 25 percent of the money available for faculty salary increases in 1983-...
Recycling Center moves to temporary location [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Recycling Center moves to temporary location By LEANNE GENOVESE Staff Writer The Kent Recycling Center has moved to a temporary location at 626 Franklin Ave. since the May 5 fire which destroyed the building, and damaged equipment at a total loss of approximately $250,000, according to Lt. Ed Clark of the Kent Fire Department. The temporary location, a building owned by T&amp;T Machinery, is being leased by the Recycling Center for one year at a cost of $BOO a month “until the city finds city-owned property” for another center, Ruth Meade, director of the Kent Recycling Center said. Kent City Council will decide on the new location of the center, which Meade said will either be built at the previous location on South Water, at a new location, or be moved to a building already in existence. “THE CITY of Kent agreed to pay $6OO a month toward the lease, and the state, $200.” Meade said the state will further “give the center up to $25,000 in emergency funds.” “We lost much of ...
AGENDA – July 1-6 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
AGENDA - July 1-6 CAMPUS BLOSSOM VISITING ARTIST LECTURES - Marvin Lip ofsky lectures on glass art tonight at 8 p.m. Walter Ostrom will lecture on ceramics Monday at 8 p.m. Both are in Lecture Hall 202, New Art Building and are open to the public. COMMUNITY \ KENT PAINTING INVITATIONAL Works by William Quinn, Charles Basham, Billi-Jo Clayton, Paul Newsome and others on display through July 18 at Eells Gallery, Blossom Music Center. Hours: 6:30-11:30 p.m., Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For information call 672-2192. FOURTH OF JULY SPECIALS The Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Department will sponsor the following holiday events: July 1- American revolution musical comedy film tonight at Happy Days Visitor Center, tomorrow at Canal Visitor Center. Both showings 7:30-9 p.m. July 3 - Early morning bird walks with Ranger Jeff Maugans, 9 a.m. at Happy Days Center. New games and good times including horseshoes, tall tale telling and a historic Quote Contest. 6-9 p.m. at Happy Days Center...
Speaker stresses expectancy [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Speaker stresses expectancy By LINDA JOSEPH Staff Writer “Schools are not the place to leam how dumb you are!” That’s how Jerome Kagan, human development specialist and Harvard professor, ended his speech last week in the Kiva. The psychologist and educator was here as the guest speaker of the 38th ■■■■ in i Distinguished Scholar Lecture of the College of Education. “The notion of general intelligence, which has been popular since 1910, will become historical,” said Kagan, because all children do not develop all skills to the same degree or at the same age. “EXPECTANCY OF SUC CESS” is a phrase Kagan used to explain his theory of why children fail. “One important quality of man is, ‘if you don’t think you can obtain the goal, you don’t try for it.’” Many children fail, according to Kagan, because if they don’t expect to succeed, they won’t even try.
Library arranges administrative area [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Library arranges administrative area By LINDA JOSEPH Staff Writer Workers at the KSU library are playing a live version of Ruble’s Cube this summer, with 12,000 square-feet of equipment and materials being rearranged to accommodate the administrative offices moving there next year. Although the actual work will be time-consuming, Library Director Hyman Kritzer said, “The biggest problem was figuring where everything would go.” Students have been busy moving periodicals, books, tables and chairs, and equipment to make room for the offices of the University president and vice-president, the Legal Affairs Center on the second floor, and Computer Services on the first floor. The offices are moving from Rockwell Hall to make room for the future School of Fashion Design and Merchandising to be housed there. ACCORDING TO KRITZER, the half-million dollar move will include construction work on the second floor of the library, but no outside entrance will be built. Accessibility to the admini...
OVA selects Gorman as new president [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
OVA selects Gorman as new president Carl Gorman, associate professor of vocational education, has been elected President of the Ohio Vocational Association, effective October. Gorman, a professor here since 1968, has served as director of the Ohio Vocational Leadership program here since 1979. An affiliate of the American Vocational Association, the OVA currently has 3,330 members. The OVA provides data and advice to state and local legislators in regard to legislation concerning vocational education.
Deadlines [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Deadlines Because of the July 4 holiday the Summer Kent Stater will publish only one issue next week, Wednesday, July 7. Deadlines for display ads are today at 5 p.m. Classified ad deadlines are Tuesday, July 6 at 10 a.m. Announcements for the Agenda section should be in the Stater by 5 p.m. tomorrow.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
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