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CARD pickets post office to show draft opposition [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
CARD pickets post office to show draft opposition By NOLAN WEIDNER The Kent Post Office, where 19 and 20-year-old men are likely to be required to register for the draft this summer, was picketed Tuesday by 10 members of the Committee Against Registration and the Draft. - A bill, which will require mandatory registration for 19-year-olds one week, and 20-year-olds the next, recently passed the House of Representatives. The Senate had passed it earlier, and President Jimmy Carter is expected to sign the bill into law soon. Members of CARD who said they began picketing at IT3O a.m., passed out leaflets and talked to people going in and out of the Post Office. “THERE WAS a little bickering, but mostly good conversations,” Mike Pacifico, 28, a member of the CARD steering committee, said. He said many people do not understand the situation. Many of them realize that there is much tension in international politics, he said, but they do not see how one thing (draft registration) leads to a...
Bureau plans summer conventions [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Bureau plans summer conventions By LIZA BARTZ The time period between May 26 and June 16 may have been referred to by the University as a “break,” but that didn’t mean a thing to the Conference Bureau, located on the second floor of the Student Center. According to Charles Stephens, Conference Bureau Director, the University started hosting conferences on June 2 with a YMCA Physical Fitness Conference. Stephens said conferences usually start coming in around mid-June and end the beginning of September. “WITH THE semester system, we find we are booked with conferences from the beginning of June until late August,” Stephens said. “The length of time is the same, but we are talking about different, parts-of the months,” he added. The Conference Bureau wants The Conference Bureau wants to be referred to as a “convention center.” Stephens said, “We want to do more than just deliver coffee.” SPECIFIC services include planning programs in cooperation with the sponsoring agency and determin...
Student Caucus to run escort service [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Student Caucus to run escort service By NANCY BOWMAN Feeling the campus escort service was too important to let die, student government has taken over the service for the summer, Chris Menne, Caucus executive secretary said. “We felt that the escort service was an important service to the students, so we decided to take the task under our wings, Menne said. . Menne said the decision was made after Caucus had not heard from the group, Study and Action for a Violence-Free Environment, which jointly ran the service with Caucus last semester. THE SERVICE was started fall semester by SAVE to offer escorts to persons having to walk alone from classes, dorms, the library or any place else on campus at night. The theory behind the service is not really protection, but safety in numbers, Diane Knaser, director of the escort services, said. The escort service is run out of the student government office from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Saturday. ESCORTS ARE available for off-campus trips w...
Caucus approves contract for free theater tickets [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Caucus approves contract for free theater tickets Student Caucus last week approved a contract with the University theater department that will allow students to get free tickets for all Porthouse Theater productions this summer. The tickets, which are the theater’s summer allocation from caucus, will be available on a first come-first serve basis, according to Chris Menne, Caucus executive secretary. Reservations for tickets will also be taken the day of the show. Bus transportation for Monday night performances will be provided with busses leaving from the Music and Speech building at 6:45 p.m. In other action, Caucus allocated $350 from its contingency fund to co-sponsor a Freshman Handbook with the office of student life. The handbook will include a summary of all registered undergraduate organizations, intramural clubs and University committees with undergraduate representatives. Caucus also decided to send two representatives •to the American Students’ Conference in Washington...
Financial director is named [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Financial director is named Floyd A. Roller has been appointed new director of financial affairs here. Roller’s job will include overall direction of financial operations in the offices of the comptroller, bursar and assistant treasurer. Richard Dunn, vice president for business affairs and treasurer, describes Roller as an “experienced administrator with a record of proven accomplishments.” “He brings to the job strong financial management skills needed to fill a key position in the organization,” Dunn said. The appointment fills a void created two years ago when the business affairs division was reorganized. Prior to his appointment Roller was director of financial services and.controller of the Claremont (Calif.) Colleges.
Kent is wrong site for May 4 movie [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Kent is wrong site for May 4 movie We agree with the university’s decision not to allow a television production company to film a docudrama on May 4, 1970 on campus this summer. The decision, according to university administrators, was made after consultations with students, faculty and the Board of Trustees. Since all three groups “overwhelmingly” reacted negatively to the possibility of filming here, there is no reason to expect the administration to make a different choice. Some will shout that the refusal is a cover-up of the events. This is not true. The university openly recognizes what happened here ten years ago as is evidenced by the yearly commemoration ceremonies and the informational brochures available near the site of the shootings. It should also be pointed out that the administration is not opposed to the movie being made, the opposition is to the filming taking place here. Their reasons are valid. In addition, we feel that the movie should not be made here, or anywh...
Anderson candidacy merits his inclusion on Ohio ballot [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Anderson candidacy merits his inclusion on Ohio ballot By NANCY BOWMAN Stater Editor When independent presidential candidate John Anderson steps before a federal judge in Columbus today his, and all national presidential campaigns could receive a shot in the arm or a kick in the face. Anderson, the 10-term Illinois congressman, will be fighting to get on the November 4 Ohio ballot. The decision could set a precedent for Anderson, as he has similar cases pending in Kentucky. Maine. Maryland and New Mexico. The problem in each state is that Anderson failed to meet the state’s filing deadline for inclusion on the ballot this fall. No matter which side wins, appeals are inevitable and many see the courtroom battles ending up before the Supreme Court later this summer. TODAY ANDERSON will ar gue that his rights and those of his constituents will be violated if he cannot appear on the fall Ohio ballot because he failed to meet the March 20 filing deadline for independents. Anderson declar...
Student’s probation abuses rights [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Student’s probation abuses rights Editor, Stater: The lives of seven KSU students have been filled with uncertainty since the last day of finals week last semester. Is it because the students were waiting impatiently for their grades? No, it is because the AllUniversity Hearing Board had banned the seven, including myself, from our campus for one year. I was banned indefinitely. We were thrown out for demonstrating in the Tri-Towers rotunda May 7 when people gathered to talk, sing and play music. Administrators and the AUHB termed it a serious offense against the university. The AUHB hearings of May 21 and 23 were a kangaroo court. First of all, the individual’s trials were originally scheduled for May 21, and then changed to May 23, the last day of finals. Despite the fact that some of us had finals to take and had to move out, we were tried. We were not allowed to examine our own witnesses, our cross examinations were cut off, we could not have a lawyer speak, and when we made obj...
Walter's — the wonder of Water Street Culinary delights dished up in casual cafe [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Walter's — the wonder of Water Street Culinary delights dished up in casual cafe By DEBI M. TRARES Feature Editor Four years ago a chef, professionally trained at the world’s largest culinary school took over a small cafe in Kent and to the delight of his customers began plying his art there. This chefs expertise is estranged from its usual surroundings of elegance and formality and hidden in an unpretentious cafe called Walter’s. Situated between JB’s and the Phoenix on North Water Street, Walter’s is a place you’ve probably passed by a hundred times without noticing. WHEN CHEF Thomas Shanaberger decided to purchase the cafe from his uncle, the name was one of the few things he left unchanged. Walter’s also holds the cities oldest liquor license. It was issued to the bar in 1948. Shanaberger, a youthful man with dark handsomeness and a cosmopolitan air, was a promotion manager with Capitol Records before deciding to become a chef. Shanaberger was also instrumental in helping his fr...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
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Belgian skating champion working on basics here [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Belgian skating champion working on basics here By G. PAT KELLEY LUXURIOUS: of or relating to unrestrained gratification of the senses, also, exceedingly choice or costly: of the finest and richest kind. The word luxurious characterizes Editha Dotson, just as the 20-year-old Belgian figure skating champion characterizes the music in her routines with her smooth, artistic style. Her teacher here, Dick Rimmer, calls Editha “one of the most artistic skaters in the world.” “She’s tremendously good at characterizing music with her hands and arms and body movements,” Rimmer said. Editha’s philosophy reflects her style. “You have to be able to portray the music you’re skating to. Too many skaters concentrate too heavily on the mechanical part of skating, but you can have everything if you work on style as well as the mechanics.” EDITHA IS AT the KSU ice arena for about three weeks to work on her basic figures with Rimmer. “She’s down in her figures right now, and we have to fix up the foun...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
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Fashion shows old, new [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Fashion shows old, new Story by Chuck Poliafico Photos by Henri Adjodha The Jerry Silverman/Shannon Rodgers Fashion Spectacular was held last Monday night in the Student Center Ballroom, and a “Spectacular” it was! The event featured the world premier showing of Silverman, a top name in New York couture, and his fall 1980 fashion collection as well as pieces from the antique collection of his designer and longtime partner Shannon Rodgers. The evening began with a wine reception in the Student Center Cafeteria sponsored by Ameritrust. With more than 1,000 people attending, the show then moved to the Ballroom where Jerry Silverman presented his fall fashions. The three main colorations Silverman presented for the fall were burgandy against adobe (a sun dried brick coloring), hunter green with ice green, and dusty purple with creamy beige. Laces, spangles, pleats, and bright colors added to Silverman’s outfits helped to make them come alive. Silverman said these colors were soft and se...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
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