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Judges beware: local group gets MADD [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
Judges beware: local group gets MADD By JEFFREY LAMM Staff Writer A group of local citizens, appalled by the 29 deaths caused by drunken drivers in Portage County last year, is forming a local chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD). Becky Wert, of Ravenna, who is chairperson for the local group, says “what MADD wants to do is say it isn’t all right to drink and drive.” Her husband, a police officer, was hit and killed by a drunken driver in January, 1981 while arresting another drunken driver. According to Wert, 1,703 persons were killed in Ohio by drunken drivers in 1981. Portage County had the fourth worst mortality rate in the state. Nationwide, an estimated 26,000 people were killed by drunken drivers last year. UNDER OHIO LAW, a person is considered legally drunk when his blood alcohol level exceeds .10 percent. Wert said that “Ohio has fairly strict laws” for prosecuting drunken drivers but problems exist in the court system. “MADD wants to put public pressure on judg...
Student Senate approves orientation allocations [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
Student Senate approves orientation allocations By PATTI BAUCH Staff Writer Contingency fund requests for Orientation Week programming highlighted the agenda of Sunday’s Student Senate meeting. The Senate, which is funding some of the Orientation Week events for the first time, approved requests from KSU student groups for the following programs: • a freshman dance at the Rathskeller, sponsored by the Black United Students • two films, “War Without Winners” and “Coming Home,” to be shown by Peace and Change, a new group interested in sponsoring student discussion on peace-related issues • an editorial film on the events of May 4, 1970, “Confrontation at Kent State,” to be presented by the May Fourth Task Force' • a “cultural” evening featuring poets, African percussionists and a Renaissance music group, sponsored by the Progressive Student Alliance, the Senate also approved the expenditure of funds to send three of its members to the United States Student Association national confer...
Volunteers can earn credit [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
Volunteers can earn credit Students can earn credits during Summer 111 by volunteering their time at one of over 100 community agencies. The Office of Service Learning in 212 Wright Hall administers a volunteer-community program which places students in various agencies in the Kent and Ravenna areas. By volunteering two to four hours a week, a student can earn one or two hours of Experimental credit. The volunteer program, “matches student needs with those of the community,” said Roger Henry, coordinator of Service Learning. Transportation is arranged by the program in some cases but the student is responsible for his own transportation in most instances. For more information about the program, call 672-2860 or stop by 212 Wright Hall.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
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Marines in Lebanon are not the solution [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
Marines in Lebanon are not the solution Who is going to make the next move in Lebanon? Will it be the Israelis driving out the PLO? Will it be the PLO making one lastditch effort to survive? Or, will it be the United States sending in at least 1,000 Marines to help usher the PLO out? We hope there will be no more bloodshed of innocent civilians in Beirut. We also hope that the United States will not be forced to take on the task of using Marines to help the PLO move out. The PLO now finds itself in a position where it can neither successfully fight its way out of Beirut nor ask for help from the United States. BUT Palestinian leader Yassar Arafat, whose forces are surrounded by Israeli forces, has decided to leave Lebanon if the United States will do two things. Arafat wants the U.S. to recognize the PLO and to be escorted out of Beirut by the U.S. 6th Fleet. But the problem for U.S. special envoy Philip Habib is how would some 6,000 armed Palestinian guerillas be escorted out of Be...
Viewpoints Tax cut demands instructions [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
Viewpoints Tax cut demands instructions By Arthur Hoppe Dear President: I, Joe Sikspak, American, take pen in hand to put the horse before the cart. That tax cut you gave me should have included a set of instructions. I came down to Paddy’s Place last night to celebrate. “Give me a Seven-high, Paddy,” says I, “and pour one for yourself. My paycheck this week was $6.02 fatter, thanks to the Laffter Curve and Reaganomics.” “That’s ‘Laffer,’ Joe,” says Paddy. “And what are you going to do with your $6.02 in order to save our faltering economy?” “I WAS thinking of taking in ‘Foxfire’ at the Bijou plus a small popcorn,” says I. “You will never save the economy frittering away your money on -movies and popcorn, Joe.” “The president wishes you to think big and spend your money on durable goods in order to rescue heavy industry which is the backbone of our economy,” says Paddy. “OK,” says I. “I will take the six bucks and buy a new car.” “GOOD THINKING, JOE,” says Paddy. “Plants in Detroit ...
Times hard for Midwest city [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
Times hard for Midwest city By Maxwell Glen and Cody Shearer MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. Charles Oberlie may never want to run for president. He already has one of the toughest jobs in America: the task of preventing a typical Midwestern town from going the -way of Whiskey Gulch. The lanky, 36-year-old city planner is under instructions from the mayor, city council and citizens of this Lake Michigan town to develop and implement incentives for new business investment. No matter how hard he tries, however, Oberlie knows that economic forces are beyond his control. What’s more, Oberlie is trying to shift the fortunes of this town from heavy manufacturing to new, service-oriented enterprises. ANY WAY you look at it, Oberlie and others have their hands full trying to keep the tumbleweeds out of Main Street. Too many of Michigan City’s 13,000-member work force, of whom approximately 14.6 percent are unemployed, remain dependent on an increasingly dormant steel industry. Meanwhile, although four ...
FEATURES Festival-goers appreciative Sculptures show humanity [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
FEATURES Festival-goers appreciative Sculptures show humanity By Patti Bauch Staff Writer For most of us, the Fourth of July means fireworks, parades, family picnics and perhaps the Indians-Yankees series. Not so for Virgil Villers, a KSU graduate and local sculptor who spent the long holiday weekend exhibiting his clay sculptures at the Boston Mills Art Festival. Villers’ work, which deals with humanity as he experiences it, stood out in sharp contrast to the surrounding displays of pastel paintings, glittering jewelry and stained glass. VILLERS believes that good art doesn’t have to be pretty. “It’s the unusual and shocking that’s interesting to me,” he said. “That’s what separates me from a lot of artists.” Much of Villers’ display at the festival were pieces from his new Fish Face Series. Although he likes to stylize and elongate the subjects of his sculptures, Villers admits that this series, which features people with flattened, narrow faces, grew out of an accident that occur...
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
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Baseball coach Morgan signs 25 recruits [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
Baseball coach Morgan signs 25 recruits By MARTY PANTAGES Sports Editor Kent State baseball coach Bob Morgan’s rebuilding program goes on. Morgan, who last spring led the Flashes to a school-record 35-23 mark, has announced the signing of 25 recruits for next season. “We are trying to upgrade the program as much as possible,” Morgan said. “And we have re- cruited a large number of kids with good credentials who will help our program.” Heading the list of recruits are three area players, Geoff Amidon of Canton Timken High School, Akron Firestone’s Randy Clough and Copley’s Jeff Tabaka. Amidon, an outfielder-pitcher, compiled a 10-2 record and hit .357 with two home runs and 18 runs batted in. Clough led the Akron City Series in hitting with a .481 average. An outfielder, Clough stole 21 bases as a junior. Tabaka was a two-time All-Sub-urban Conference choice as a pitcher and outfielder. He had a 5-2 record with a 0.91 earned run average. He also hit ,409. Here is a list of Morgan’s o...
TEN—TV to air Flashes [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
TEN—TV to air Flashes Officials of Ted Stepien’s Total Entertainment Network cable TV system and representatives of Kent State announced Wednesday an agreement which will allow the network rights to telecast an unlimited number of the school’s athletic events in 1982-83. Terms of the agreement provide FEN—TV with exclusive cablecast rights to a wide variety of sports to be shown live and on a tape-delayed basis. “This is an important step for the University into the realm of cable television,” said KSU athletic director Paul Amodio. “With the increasing popularity of cable, college sports will be the recipients of greater media exposure. This coverage by TEN—TV will give our athletes another avenue on which to display their talents.”