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Kent city council hires manager [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
Kent city council hires manager By LEANNE GENOVESE Staff Writer James Bacon, 36, of Hales Corners, Wis., was officially named as Kent’s city manager Sunday by a 7-1 vote by Kent City Council. Bacon, who succeeds former City Manager Roy Stype, has served as village manager of Hales Corners, a suburban Milwaukee community of 7,100, since 1979. Bacon said his first responsibility when he arrives in Kent on Sept. 6 will be to acquaint himself with the staff and the procedures of the city more fully. SHORTLY thereafter, he said one of the first major areas he’ll be looking at is the preparation of the 1983 operation budget. Councilwoman Patricia Reed, who headed the search for Kent’s third city manager, told one reporter, “I think we made the best choice we could... Mr. Bacon impressed the committee with his inter- personal skills, he has a sort of cheerfulness.” According to Reed, Bacon’s contract with the city is similar to the city’s earlier contract with Stype with a few minor change...
Newsbriefs: scholarships [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
Newsbriefs: scholarships A memorial fund has been established for Esther Bone, former reference librarian at KSU, who died June 28 following surgery, in Albuquerque, N.M. Esther worked at KSU from 1951 to 1970, both as a librarian and as an assistant professor of library science. According to Rosemary Harrick, head of the reference department at KSU, the memorial fund was established through the Kent State University Foundation, and all donations should be sent there, marked “Friends of the Library,” and including Esther Bone’s name. • The Willoughby Hills Lioness Club has available a $l5O scholarship for a woman resident of West Lake County who is a junior or senior, or is re-entering school after a break in pursuing her education. Qualified persons can pick up an application from Mrs. Dalheim in 240 Rockwell Hall. Deadline is Aug. 1. • Student Senate has moved up the date of its next meeting to July 25. The original date, Aug. 1, was in conflict with the United States Student Asso...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
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Drug use allegations sour hero images [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
Drug use allegations sour hero images It is discouraging when someone who has been admired is found to be less than they seemed. Discouraging and disappointing are the recent charges that sports figures, and even congressmen, are caught up in the cocaine circuit which seems to have a ring around America today. The “rich man’s drug,” formerly reserved for the fast lane in which rock singers and Hollywood stars ride, is apparently appealing to those who make our laws and those whom we go to the stadiums to watch play ball. These allegations hit a sour note because they are striking down our images of heroes and making it hard to find people to admire. Teenagers look starry-eyed on the lifestyle of rock stars. People of all ages have long glorified athletes. We elect congressmen based on their public achievements. Abundant free time, exorbitant salaries, stress and a society intolerant of pain, all have made the white powder more acceptable and available in these circles. Unfortunately...
Viewpoints Middle East plays 'pass it on' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
Viewpoints Middle East plays 'pass it on' By ARTHUR HOPPE One of the grave problems in ending the terrible slaughter in Lebanon has been that hardly anyone is talking to hardly anyone else. Consequently, Mr. Begin, who claims there is no such thing as a Palestine Liberation Organization, has been sending his defense minister, Mr. Sharon, by helicopter up to East Beirut to make his peace proposals to the PLO through our mediator, Mr. Habib, who, unfortunately, is not speaking to the PLO either. Mr. Habib cannot pass the proposals to the president of Lebanon, Mr. Sarkis, because Mr. Sarkis is a Christian and the Christians have been fighting the PLO off and on for years. SO MR. HABIB sends the message to Mr. Wazzan, who is the Moslem prime minister, except when he gets mad at everybody and which happens now and then. And Mr. Wazzan, who won’t talk to the Israelis, delivers the latest Israeli offer to the PLO’s chief negotiator, Mr. Al-Hassan. Mr. Al-Hassan, luckily, can speak to Mr. A...
Here and Now Don't go to work-use your computer [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
Here and Now Don't go to work-use your computer By MAXWELL GLEN AND CODY SHEARER WASHINGTON -- At this point each summer, we’ve usually attained that golden bronze look. This season, however, we’re as pale as Dubliners in March. Our new home computer is the reason. The best sunning hours pass, Friday nights go by, and we’re still glued to our terminal. Ann Landers, what to do? Not everyone, of course, gets a kick out of Afghan updates from the British Broadcasting Corporation, or tomorrow’s Senate hearings schedule. Normal folks get the news they need from Dan Rather or their local newspaper. BUT OUR subscription to The Source, one of a variety of electronic home-information systems now available, provides us with much more in fact, 1,200 services in all. We can play backgammon, make restaurant reservations or find out which airlines connect through Tripoli, Libya. We can even key-punch conversations with other subscribers to The Source (that particular program, called “Chat,” is no...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
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Flashes, WAKR sign pact to broadcast 7 football games Sports [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
Flashes, WAKR sign pact to broadcast 7 football games Sports For the second straight year, radio station WAKR (1590-AM) in Akron will serve as the flagship station for Kent State football. WAKR general manager Fred Anthony said the station will broadcast seven of KSU’s 11-game schedule. Anthony said that three games, Oct. 9 at lowa State, and home games Oct. 23 with Central Michigan and Nov. 13 with Toledo, will not be carried live but the “possibility of a delayed broadcast of all three still exists;” The Flashes’ season-opening game Sept. 4 at Marshall University in Huntington, W.Va., will not be carried because of previous scheduling conflicts. “WE’RE extremely proud to have WAKR carry our games again this year,” KSU athletic director Paul Amodio said. The station also broadcast 20 of the Flashes 26 basketball games last winter and tentative plans include the broadcast of the 1982-83 schedule. Football games to be aired live are the following: Sept. 18 at Northern Illinois; Sept....
Wartluft signs five new players [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
Wartluft signs five new players The Kent State women’s basketball team has signed five recruits to national letters of intent for the 1982-83 season, including a 6-foot-2 center and a 5-10 guard. Center Lori Ference of Hubbard High, who averaged 17 points and 14 rebounds a game in leading Hubbard to the Ohio Class AA state finals last season, and guard Amy Schuler, who averaged 20.9 points and 12.5 rebounds a game, will join the Lady Flashes. KSU’s other recruits are forwards Peggy Hufnagel of Mt. Lebanon High in Pittsburgh and Rochelle Van Leer of Cleveland Heights, and guard-forward Kim Bray of Cleveland Heights. The Lady Flashes of Coach Laurel Wartluft finished 17-14 last season and qualified to the NCAA tournament. Wartluft, who has compiled a 100-46 record in five years, is pleased with the recruits and sees immediate help from Schuler and Ference. “Schuler can play with our starters because of her understanding of the game,” Wartluft said. “Ference will help at center because...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
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Live Music [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
Live Music Filthy’s Thursday Alexander, Friday Risque, Saturday Champion, Sunday Alex Sevan. JB’S - down: Wednesday Loco Video night, Thursday Sigmund Freud and Vaguely Familiar, Friday The Source and Pulsations, Saturday the fModels. up: Sensational Dreams Thursday-Saturday. Mother’s Wednesday Airwave, Thursday the Somatics, Friday Stanley Smith and Nite Bridge, Saturday Mary Martin. The Robin Hood Saturday Smack &amp; Rouge. Sebastians Gardens Wednes-day-Saturday Charlie Weiner, Sunday Driven Wheel, Monday Sensational Dreams. Shea-nanigans Friday Doc Fluharty, Saturday Tradewinds, Sunday jazz duo Ice. Stone Jug Friday Doubletake. Tenth Muse Sunday WornynFair ’B2 1-7 p.m. featuring Good Answer, Judy Murray, Laura Kaluba, D.J. Adler and Cindy Baker. Walter’s Cafe Monday Footloose, Friday Zeke.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
Try Us You’ll Like Us We Know We Love You PIZZA PARLOR 230 S. Willow St Sun.-Thurs. 2 p.m. -1 a.m. Frl. - Sat. 2 p.m. - 3 a.m. Our Specialty Is Deep Dish Sicilian 678-3300 $1 Off Bucket of Chicken one coupon per order expires 9-30-82 I $1 Off Super or Family Size Pizza with one or more items one coupon per order expires 9-30-82 One Free Qt. of Pepsi with any order over $5 one coupon per order expires 9-30-82 a &amp; Featuring: The best in children’s books Summer sale NOW in progress! at Kent’s unique children’s gift shoppe ■Niusr ©OO (§iht 1537 S. Water St. 678-3649 M-F 10-5:30 Sat 10-5:00 x™SsoMEm ING bETTER ■ ■■■■■■■■■ICUPCOUPONIHHB ■■■■■■■■ QUARTER-POUND*(sin S ie)i Hamburger &amp; regular French Fries (Cheese &amp; Tomato expires; July 27,1982 . *&gt;■ PRE-COOKED WT 6SA $ Not available with any other offer. No substitutions. OLD FASHIONED HAMBURGERS I CUP COUPONI Regular Chill, and regular French Fries expires: July 27, 1982 Not available with any...