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Registration for draft will begin next week [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Registration for draft will begin next week By NOLAN WEIDNER Men across the country who are 19 and 20 years old, will be required to register with the Selective Service System, starting Monday, and continuing through Aug. 2. Locally, the Kent Post Office will be registering those born in 1960-61, but don’t bother to ask any questions about military status or the draft, Kent Postmaster Forrest J. Robinson said Monday. “We aren’t trained to answer any questions, other than how to fill out the form,” he said. ROBINSON SAID ALL of the nation’s post offices are handling the registration as a public service. “We are completely neutral in this,” he said. “I want to make it clear that we are not the selective service. If people have questions about deferments or anything like that, they can contact the selective service,” he said. Robinson said 19-year-olds from Kent, Brimfield, Streetsboro and KSU will be expected to register anytime during the week of July 21. He said he expects about 400...
WKSU power increase finishes $200,000 project [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
WKSU power increase finishes $200,000 project By DOUG MAZANEC WKSU-FM goes to 50,000 watts Tuesday at about 5:30 p.m., after spending more than $200,000 and 18 months in the process. Licensed to Kent State University, WKSU is a professional, non-commercial, non-profit radio station and a National Public Radio affiliate. With a new state-of-the-art transmitter and antenna, WKSU’s signal at 89.7 FM will soon reach “the ninth largest radio audience in the country,” John Perry, the station’s general manager since 1972, said. THAT AUDIENCE WILL include an estimated 4,000,000 listeners in the greater Akron, Canton, Cleveland and Youngstown area. “Serving Canton will enable WKSU to fulfill its promise to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which chose that city as a national test market,” Sherry Yoke, director of public information at WKSU, said. In September, 1978, the KSU Board of Trustees approved WKSU’s plan to pursue the project. The station needed to get a broadcasting permit fr...
New session starts Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
New session starts Monday Classes for the third summer session will begin Mqnday at 7:45 a.m. Late registration or a change of program for the session will be held Monday through Wednesday next week. Registration forms may bp obtained from the Registrar’s office on the first floor of Rockwell Hall. Forms must be approved by the relevant academic department and then returned to the Registrar’s office. Any additional fees must be paid at that time. The deadline to drop a course during the session will be Aug. I. The session runs through Aug. 23.
Ford, Bush won't be Reagan VP choice, prof says [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Ford, Bush won 't be Reagan VP choice, prof says By BILL BRYAN Ronald Reagan, the Republican Party presidential nominee, could choose his vice-presidential running mate by one of two ways, according to Dr. Murray Fishel, associate professor of political science here. “There are two ways to view the selection,” he said Tuesday. “In the traditional method, the candidate is chosen with the idea of balancing the tickfet in mind.” THE SECOND METHOD calls for a vice-president who is from essentially the same mold as the presidential candidate. Fishel said that most candidates “probably” follow the traditional method because they can use the vice-president “to broaden the attractiveness of the candidate to a certain section of the American public.” According to Fishel, some of the people mentioned for the vice-president spot on the GOP ticket who fit this mold include; Sen. Howard Baker Jr. from Tenn., Sen. Lowell Weicker Jr. from Conn., and former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeldt. FI...
Agenda of Arts and Events [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Agenda of Arts and Events 17 THURSDAY Kids Crafts; “Blueprint” on T-shirt or fabric, 224 Student Center, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., 75 cents. Children’s Film; “Robinson Crusoe”, Kiva, 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Kent State Porthouse Theater: “Cosi Fan Tutte” (opera in English), tonight and Saturday at 8 p.m., tickets are $4.50, $3.50 and $2.50. KSU students admitted free with valid ID. Kenley Players: “Wiz”, with Irene Carsa, 8:30 p.m., through Sunday, tickets are $6 and $B. . Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, Lakewood Civic Auditorium: “Charley’s Aunt”. 8 p.m.. Tickets are $6.50 and $B. Front Row: Lou Rawls with Thelma Houston, tickets range from' $7.75 to $15.50, call 449-5000 for show times. Canal Fulton Playhouse; “Hello Dolly”, through Aug. 3, 8 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday; 8:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; 1 and 5 p.m. Sundays. Carousell Dinner Theater: “My Fair Lady”, ends tonight, for information call 833-3133 or 535-4455. Weathervane Community Playhouse, Akron; “Starting Here, Starting Now...
Tickets for Hanna play on sale now [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Tickets for Hanna play on sale now Tickets are available at the Hanna Theater Box Office and at all Ticketron locations for the Tony award winning musical “The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas.” The Play will be at the Cleveland Music Hall, for a two week engagement beginning August 5. “The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas,” hailed by critics as being one of the most original, entertaining, inventive and hilarious musicals in a long time, tells the tale of' Miss Mona’s “chicken ranch” -a bordello in Texas. The contemporary musical score with a country-western flavor was written by Carol Hall, with the musical numbers being choreographed by Tommy Tune. Tickets for the play, which opens Hanna’s 60th season, can also be charged to Master Charge and Visa by calling 696-7030 or 621-5000. Group sales are also accepted by calling 621-5000.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
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Vocational education prof Rohrer dies [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Vocational education prof Rohrer dies Janet Rohrer, 60, an associate professor of vocational education here died unexpectedly July 11 at Robinson Memorial Hospital in Ravenna. Rohrer, a resident of Ravenna for 29 years, had a heart ailment for the past year, but continued teaching until last month when she suffered a heart attack. Rohrer had been an associate professor of vocational education since 1971 as well as serving as coordinator of the business education division of the department. SHE CAME TO KSU in 1963 as a temporary instructor im commercial subjects at the University School and later joined the faculty in the College of Education. Rohrer held a bachelor and master of science degrees in education from the University of Cincinnati. She also attended Gregg College in Cincinnati before obtaining a doctor of philosophy degree from Kent State in 1967. Throughout her career, Rohrer held a number of positions including teaching mathematics and business education for the Sardinia...
Solzhenitsyn course offered [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Solzhenitsyn course offered The major works of Nobel-prize winning Russian author Alexander Solzhenitsyn will Be the focus of a course being offered by the department of German and Slavic languages during Summer 111, which begins Monday. Because the course will be conducted in English, no knowledge of the Russian language will be required, Michael Rogers, assistant professor of Russian and course instructor, said. The course is worth three credit hours and can be used to fulfill the humanities requirement in the College of Arts and Sciences. Rogers said that the course will entail the reading and critical analysis of several of Solzhenitsyn’s best and best known works. He said that background material on the author will be provided, but primary emphasis will be on reading and analyzing works such as “One Day In The Life of Ivan Denisovich,” “The First Circle,” “Short Stories” and, if time permits, “The Gulag Archipelago.” 'Die class will be held in 219 Satterfield Hall from 11:30 a....
No power—watts the problem? [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
No power—watts the problem? The electricity has been out at Allerton Family Apartments since Monday at 1 a.m. Although Allerton has provided cold storage for perishables and half-price food coupons for use at the student union, many Allerton residents are upset. One resident who called the Stater said, “We can’t get our food out of storage; they want us to use showers in a dorm. Some of us have little children and this is impossible. Four years ago when a boiler blew they were at our doors in half an hour to take us to Korb where we spent the week. I, guess this time they just expect us to suffer.” Allerton does not know when the power will resume, but a transformer that should correct the problem has been ordered. Slater photo by John Neitzel Don Shaw, instructor of the intramural Karate Club, takes a blow from Bob Parina, one of his pupils, when the class was sparing outdoors Tuesday. Shaw, a 2nd degree black belt in the traditional Okinawain style, teaches Karatedo International ...
Service medal awarded to former student here [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Service medal awarded to former student here A former KSU student now serving in the United States Navy was recently honored along with other crewmen of the aircraft carrier, the U.S.S. Nimitz. Airman James M. Bryan, who attended Kent State during the 1978-79 school year, received the Navy and Armed Forces Expeditionary medals and a unit citation following the return of the Nimitz to Norfolk, Va. May 26. The Navy and Armed Forces Expeditionary medals are given to the members of selected ships which have served in some special capacity. Prior to its return to Norfolk, Nimitz had spent more than seven months in the Mediterranian and Arabian Seas, including 145 days without a port of call. The unit citation was awarded in recognition of functions performed by the Nimitz in the Indian Ocean and surrounding waters. The ship received national attention as a result of the aborted attempt to rescue 53 Americans being held hostage in Iran, April 25. The "Nimitz launched the eight specially p...
Editorial Treating of symptoms no discrimination cure [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Editorial Treating of symptoms no discrimination cure &gt; The US Supreme Court recently finished its term by handing I down four major decisions dealing with abortion, open trials, industrial chemicals and racial quotas. In dealing with all four controversial issues, the high court failed to speak in a unified voice. In a 7 to 1 decision, six of the seven * justices in the majority wrote separate decisions. One issue, which the Court has been dealing with gently for the past few years is racial quotas. Two years ago in the Bakkc case, the Court upheld affirmative action plans, but struck down rigid quotas. Last year, as a part of the Weber decision, it approved an employer's quota said to end “conspicuous racial imbalance.” Last week, in another step towards endorsing racial preferences, the Court gave Congress the power to use racial quotas to remedy past discrimination. In its 6 to 3 decision, the Court upheld a 1977 Congressional law that required 10 percent of a $4 bill...
Ford to he Ronnie’s VP choice; then victory' columnist predicts [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Ford to he Ronnie’s VP choice; then victory' columnist predicts By BILL BRYAN Stater Columnist Is there a Ford in our country’s future? Later today, Ronald Reagan, the Republican nominee for president, will finally put an end to all the suspense and speculation surrounding the question of who will be his running mate in November. Many people will probably disagree with me, but I’m going to go with a longshot (?) and say that Reagan will surprise everyone and name former President Gerald Ford as his running mate and then waltz his way into 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. next January. Flog wash, you say? There is no way that Ford and Reagan will ever get together. Reagan is a far-right conservative while Ford possesses more moderate political views. The two will fight like cats and dogs. Already Ronnie has come out against the Equal Rights Amendment, which Ford has vociferously supported both during and since his presidency —a clear source of conflict, right? Maybe. Furthermore, Ford, who has...
Palestinian autonomy mired in stagnant talks [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Palestinian autonomy mired in stagnant talks By JOHN FUNTIK Stater Columnist When President Carter took of flee in 1977, he was committed to advancing the course of peace in the Middle East, particularly in regards to Egypt and Israel. And once he had helped settle the issue of a general reproachment between these two long-time antagonists. Carter quite correctly perceived the primacy of the Palestinian question and their need for self-deter-mination. At the heart of this quarrel is Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. What most Arab nations want is Israel’s withdrawal from occupied territories, as required by United Nations Resolution 242, and a firm agreement on self determination for the Palestinian people. Resolution 242 the same one that guarantees Israel’s right to exist clearly states that the acquisition of territory by war is inadmissable. This same resolution calls for Israel’s withdrawal from the territories it has occupied since 1967. It states that this ...
Artist revives art of rosemaling [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Artist revives art of rosemaling By DEBI M. TRARES Feature Editor “To make the world a better place you have to make the world personal whether it’s through gardening, painting, or writing it has to be a real and personal place.” Kathryn Lehotsky is taking her own advice and making the world a better place by keeping the Norwegian folk-art of rosemaling alive. Lehotsky, a supervisor of graduate studies in the college of education here, is a trained landscape painter with an art degree from Ohio University in Athens. LEHOTSKY became interested in rosemaling when she saw an antique work of rosemaling at the home of a Norwegian immigrant. She spent a year learning the art, studying not only styles and forms, but also the history of the country this art form evolved in. She shares an interest in history with her husband, a PhD candidate in the history department here specializing in medieval England. Two and a half years ago Lehotsky borrowed $5O from the teachers credit union and today...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
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