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Music school plans summer workshops for piano students [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Music school plans summer workshops for piano students Young piano students and their teachers will have an opportunity to brush up on their talents during two workshops being held on campus this month. The workshops are being sponsored by the KSU School of Music. The first, a summer workshop, will be aimed toward junior high and high school students, Jerry Davidson, coordinator for the events, said. The sessions, to be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., are free and oped to the public, from June 14 to 27. Students will concentrate on polishing pieces in their repertoire, learning piano theory as well as sight reading and improvisation, Davidson said. HE ALSO SAID the students will have an opportunity to showcase their talents during two recitals on June 20 and June 27. Through the Piano Pedogogy Festival, piano teachers will have an opportunity to become familiar with new teaching methods as well as practical piano maintenance, Davidson said. One of the methods being focused on during the...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
Thursday, June 18, 1981 Summer Kent Stater Volume 11, No. 2 Qummer Kent Qtater BARB EVANOSKY Editor RICHARD JORDAN MARK TILSON Managing Editor Advertising Manager Stater Staff Photo Editor: Mike Pesarchick; Sports Editor: Kevin Huhn; Feature Editor: Cheri Kovesdy; Entertainment Editor: Michelle Blum. Staff writers; Laura Logan, Dave Skubby, Bill Bryan, Chuck Poliafico, Bill Lach, Donn Handy, Harlan Spector. Staff photographers: Fred Hansen, Gary Harwood, Henri Adjodha, Janet Houston. Adviser: Evan Smith; Secretaries; Sharon Marquis; Mary Smith. &lt;3 ta Oft
Downtowns told to shop the malls for success ideas [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
Downtowns told to shop the malls for success ideas By MIKE PESARCHICK If downtown areas want to regain their economic health, they should take a cue from suburban shopping malls and adopt precise management techniques, a noted urban developer said here yesterday. “There’s a management gap downtown” in comparison with suburban shopping malls, John Sower, director of the National Development in Washington, D.C., told about 100 people in the Student Center. Speaking at the three-day Ohio Downtown Development Program, Sower said that- by “putting together new techniques,” city officials and merchants could better compete with the malls. THOSE NEW techniques involve going beyond financially low-powered merchants associations, which he said “just bog down” and “quibble,” and public-private partnerships, which he termed less than effective. On the other hand, a “full-scale management corporation” of property owners and merchants incorporated into a “special investment district” would great...
Johnson Hall picnic slated [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
Johnson Hall picnic slated A picnic scheduled for Friday evening in front of Johnson Hall is the first activity being sponsored by the summer residence halls. Residents of Johnson and Prentice Halls must show their room keys for admission to the picnic, which begins at 5:30 p.m. Since residence hall funds are being used to pay for the event, only students living in Johnson and Prentice Halls will be permitted to attend, said Front Campus Area Director John Keller Wednesday. The picnic includes free hamburgers, hot dogs, salad, watermelon, punch and beer along with a showing of the Beatles’ film “Yellow Submarine” at 9 p.m.
Officials review bid for proposed bank [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
Officials review bid for proposed bank By BARB EVANOSKY Bank One submitted the apparent high bid of $75,000 as the cost of putting a branch bank inside the Student Center. The bid, which is now being re- viewed by the university purchasing and architecture departments, covers rent that is to be paid off incrementally over five years, Student Center Director Jay Firzlaff said. Final approval must come from the Facilities Planning department of the university. Even if the bid is approved it would probably be about six months before the bank would be open for business, he said. “The bank must get approval from their own regulating agency, which takes about 90 days. Then the actual construction would take about another 90 days,” he said. “It looks at this point as though there will be an automatic teller and a night depository machine if we can get the two of them accessible from the outside of the building. If they have to be contained inside we would be limited because the Student Cen...
informal discussions' continuing following UFPA rejection of offer [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
informal discussions' continuing following UFPA rejection of offer By RICH JORDAN The United Faculty Professional Association has unanimously rejected the administration’s May 29 proposals of a six percent across-the-board pay raise, a dental plan, an agreement to re-negotiate if more money becomes available from the state, and an increase for promotions. Dr. Marvin Kaplan, chief negotiator for the UFPA, said, however, that the union met in closed session Wednesday for further discussions. He refused to say what the discussions entailed. The administration’s proposal was billed as its first and maximum possible offer, but the UFPA presented a “significantly scaled down counter proposal” from their initial offer. The union said the administration’s proposal was below the cost of inflation, failed to address the equity issue, and ignored the need for priority changes. UFPA President Emil Sattler, refused to comment on the administration’s proposal. Dr. Thomas Moore, chief negotiator f...
AGENDA – June 18-22 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
AGENDA - June 18-22 Campus Thursday PHOTO SHOW Beacon Journal Photo Department Show, with over 25 photographs, both news and features. The exhibit is in the Art Gallery at the Student Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Friday is the last day of the show.) Friday RECITAL Ruei-Hwa Chen will perform a graduate piano recital at 8 p;m. in the Carl F.W. Ludwig Recital Hall. There is no admission charge. Saturday RECITAL There will be a Si-Yo Artists Concert at 8 p.m. in the Carl F.W. Ludwig Recital Hall. Admission: Adults $2; Students and Sr. citizens $l. Thursday SAVANNAH Savannah will be appearing at the Akron Agora. It’s college I.D. night; those with a college I.D. will be admitted free. FUGITIVES The Fugitives will be appearing at Mother’s Junction (formerly Mother’s). Cover charge $ 1. CLASSIC FILMS Akron’s Civic Theater will be presenting a double feature in its Classic Film Series. The movies are “The Spiral Staircase” and “Rebecca.” Showtime is 7 p.m.; admission is $2.50. Friday BABY ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
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Newsbriefs [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
Newsbriefs Radio manager elected to post John E. Perry, general manager of WKSU-FM, public radio, has been elected to serve a one-year term as president of Ohio Public Radio, Inc. Perry, who has been general manager of the station since 1971, was responsible for the station becoming an affiliate of National Public Radio in 1973. Perry will represent Ohio public broadcasting stations and listeners to the legislature, the Corporations for Public Broadcasting and National Public Radio. Lawsuit filed over accident Two workmen injured in a KSU roofing accident two years ago, have filed lawsuits against the makers of the product they say injured them. Jack L. Gore and Robert M. Butterfield, both of Massillon, were burned by asphalt when a roofing tanker exploded. Named as defendants are Liquid Asphalt Systems Inc. of Kansas City, Mo., and Gibson Equipment Co., of Maple Heights. The suit was filed in Portage County Common Pleas Court. Radio station will broadcast WKSR 73-AM, the campus rad...
Fashion show coming to campus Top American designs to be featured Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
Fashion show coming to campus Top American designs to be featured Monday By WENDY STELLER Fashion designers Jerry Silverman and Shannon Rodgers, the drivng forces behind the establishment of Kent State University’s fashion museum and school of design, will present a fashion exhibition on campus on June 22. The sold-out show, titled “Masterpieces of American Design” will take place in the ballroom of the Student Center. The show will feature gowns from the collections of many of the nation’s top designers. Rodgers, who is principal designer for Silverman, said, “We have spent months organizing this show. Each designer was delighted to contribute to the occasion, and it really is a celebration of the establishment of the exciting new design center at Kent State.” SILVERMAN AND Rodgers have contributed $50,000 apiece and have agreed to gradually transfer their art, furniture and costume collections, valued at $5 million, to the university. Last week the University Board of Trustees off...
Metzenbaum to speak Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
Metzenbaum to speak Friday U.S. Senator Howard Metzenbaum will be the guest speaker at a meeting of the Community Action Council of Portage County, Friday at 7:30 in the Student Center Ballroom. The theme of the meeting, “Together we can rebuild America,” reflects the current government budget cuts and how they are effecting the American public, said Planning Director Mary Maske. Executive Director of the agency, William T. Locke will present an annual report after a dinner at 6:30. The council is an outgrowth of the Office of Economic Opportunity and is dedicated to fighting poverty. “It is a hand-up not a hand-down,” said Maske. The agency receives funds from both state and federal levels, she said. Tickets can be purchased from the council at $6.25.
Voters reject return to strong mayor [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
Voters reject return to strong mayor By MARK DEFRANCO For the second time in five years Kent voters were asked June 2 to decide on the city manager-mayor form of government. In 1975, Kentites approved the city manager form by a 54 percent margin. On June 2, a proposal by the Kent Citizens Initiative Committee was defeated by 58 percent. Kent City manager supporters cheered the defeat of Issue 15, which would have replaced the present city manager government with a “strong” mayor and changed some 18 sections of the city charter. TOTALS FOR the Portage County Board of elections showed 2,055 votes against the issue and I, votes in favor. KCIC members blamed the June 2 election light voter turnout for the defeat of the issue. Out of 11, registered voters in the city of Kent, only 3,50&amp; turned out for the election. Mishael Hicks, KCIC co-chair-man, said the group would probably go at it again in the future. But for now, KCIC has no plans of putting the issue back on the ballo...
Keep May 4 files open to the public [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
Keep May 4 files open to the public University officials, sometimes with good reason, have always been sensitive regarding May 4 matters, but their ongoing quest to close all the investigative files on the 1970 shootings shows they’re being too sensitive. An attorney for the university last week argued before the 6th U. 3. Circuit Court of Appeals that a lower court decision opening all the investigative files on the shootings be reversed. Those files were opened in 1979 by Judge William K. Thomas of the U.S. District Court in Cleveland after litigation by attorneys for the parents of the four students slain and nine wounded during an anti-war demonstration here. It is important to note, however, that Thomas did not open every investigative file on the shootings. While he ordered that records of the federal grand jury investigation be returned to the U.S. Justice Department and records of the 1970 special Portage County grand jury be returned to Portage officials, the Cleveland judg...