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AGENDA-June 23-24 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
AGENDA-June 23-24 COMMUNITY Tuesday MAIN STREET EXCHANGE Main Street exchange will be appearing at Mother’s Junction; cover charge $ 1. LA VIE La Vie will be appearing at Filthy McNasty’s; cover charge $2. Wednesday ISTARI Istari will be appearing at the Robin Hood; cover charge $l. SAVANNAH Savannah will be appearing at the Akron Agora; drinks are halfpriced for ladies only. KAYA Kaya will be appearing at Mother’s Junction; cover charge $ 1.
Sirens wake halls [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
Sirens wake halls A tornado warning issued at 6:20 a.m. Monday awakened many residents of Prentice and Johnson Halls earlier than usual when Residence Hall Directors Jill Davison and Sylvia Pappas were required to move residents to designated first-floor shelter areas. Davison, Prentice Hall Resident Director, said Prentice residents were cooperative and moved to the shelter area wthin 10 minutes. Johnson Hall Resident Staff Advisor Phill Dunfee said Johnson residents also moved to the first floor in an orderly fashion. Residents of both halls were permitted to leave the shelter areas at 7:10 a.m. because the sky was clear even though the warning had not been lifted. Residence Hall dwellers had mixed emotions about the way the situation was handled. Tom Williams, a sophomore telecommunications major living in Prentice Hall, said that he was awakened by someone knocking on his door and saying, “tornado.” “1 thought it was a joke until I heard the RD and the sirens,” he said. “I think...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
Stater ads sell! CROSSWORD PUZZLER ACROSS 1 Harper Valley 9P--4 Conductor’s stick 9 Chart 12 Circle part 13 Make amends 14 Mature 15 Hindu guitar 17 Formal dance suits 19 Chooses 21 Have a meal 22 Thoroughfares 25 Locations 29 Preposition 30 Attracts 32 Ice cream treat 33 Likely 35 Halts 37 Cooking vessel Answers on page 6 20 28 25 24 23 22 32 30 29 36 34 33 42 40 39 38 46 45 44 43 49 48 47 55 56 54 60 59 58 63 62
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
SILVER MEADOWS 2-3 Bedroom Apartments Summer leases available. School year leases • available to graduating seniors only. i i i \ EXTRAS: \ Central Air j Conditioning \ Swimming Pool S Fully Carpeted i Fully Equip! Kitchen | Heat, Water and | Cooking Paid ' On Campus Bus Line 678-0761 NO PETS Music can make your summer sing! USIC MAI OF KENT INC. 173 E. Main • 673-7158 -IrrrTrlrlrlrlrlrlMl-^lrlrlr^lrlrlrP~lc ATTENTION KSCI Students Rent a 1 bedroom apartment for only $l3O each. All utilities included. Bring your own roommate or Xoe’ll find you one. Also available: Individual &amp; Studio Apartments Kent Village jßeserue an apartment now\ for Fall semester. 660 Alpha Drive Kent, Ohio (Behind Murphy Mart on Rt. 59) OPEN DAILY: 10-6 p.m WEEKENDS: 1-6 p.m. A Simco Community WVWWFJneBTTWZm ERF
Country must have revised capital plan [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
Country must have revised capital plan By MIKE PESARCHICK The U.S. government “had damn well better” come up with a national capital improvements policy or face increased industrial atrophy and economic weakness, an expert in city planning said here Thursday. “We’re going to have to pull together” on solving national, state and urban problems or American society will be adversely affected, Columbus Economic Developer Philip D. DiVore told about 150 people attending a three-day Ohio Development Program in the Student Center. He cautioned the audience, comprised mostly of businessmen, city planners, politicians and officials from around the state including Kent that a weakened U.S. economy jeopardizes the nation’s competitive position with “our enemy,” the Soviet Union. THE SOVIET goal “is to dominate the world, and it’s happening,” DiVore said. “They are gradually encroaching on other countries in the world,” he said, adding that the United States must use its “economic strength” to ...
Correction [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
Correction It was reported in thfe June 18 edition of the Summer Kent Stater that the library was closed on Sunday. The library is open on Sunday from 6 to 10 p.m. It was reported that the Game Room in Eastway Center was closed on weekends. The Game Room is open weekends from 12 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, and 12 to 7 p.m. on Sunday. The Eastway Center is closed on weekends. The Stater regrets the error.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
STAHL’S BAKERY 411 EAST MAIN STREET KENT, OHIO 44240 Center Campus 673-5617 A Also Carry Out Lunches ABORTIONS TO 15 WEEKS •ALL ANESTHETICS AVAILABLE •SAFE AND GENTLE •FREE PREGNANCY TESTS •AKRON’S MOST EXPERIENCED CLINIC •LOWEST FEE-$175 •PERSONALIZED AND CONFIDENTIAL BIRTH CONTROL CLINIC AKRON WOMEN’S CLINIC 513 W. Market St. We Want to Help You 535-6178 or 1 -800-362-9150 WANTED BUY-SELL-TRADE RECORDS COMICS BEATLE ITEMS BASEBALL CARDS &amp; MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTIBLES Spin M Collectors Shop 165 E. Main • Kent, Ohio 678-3495 I S m 9 9 m 9 m 9 DYER &amp; COX Attorney's At Law DWI-Defense Work Personal injury claims. NO Charge for initial consultation TWRSILF SELF - SERVICE © XEROX COPIES kinko's 678-9047 Mon-Thurs 8:30-8:00 Fri 8:30-6:00 Sat 10:00-6:00 Sun 1:00-5:00 7 7 7 r clxclcl ± BEAUTY SALON 811 Marvin Ave. • Kent, Ohio 44240 (Off Lake St., just two blocks east of Crain Ave. Bridge - Located along Campus Bus Service route.) READY FOR A NEW HAIRDO? Make that app...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
LUNCHEONS FROM $2.49 • Broiled Seafood • Freshly Cut Steaks • Complete Salad Bar Visit our Black Knight Lounge Mon. &amp;Tues. Ladies Nite Reduced Prices 6-12 Thursday Schnapps Nite 6-12 Friday and Saturday LIVE MCJSIC CANTERBURY INN HOURS: Monday - Saturday 11:30-1:00 a.m. Sunday 11:30 -10:00 1935 St. Rt. 59 (Vz mile east of Campus) 673-5000 Free Pizza! At Domino's Pizza we feel that 30 minutes is as long as you should have to wait for your pizza. So, until the end of July if it takes longer than 30 minutes to get your pizza and it's our fault, present the driver with the coupon below and get your pizza absolutely free! Offer Expires 7/31/81 Free! (good with coupons) Order any 12" Pizza and get up to 2 free cups of Pepsi! If you order a 16" Pizza, you can get up to 4 free cups of Pepsi! B Pepsi! Peps; Pepsi Pepsi Pepsi Peps ss Peps rfVSJ I t 30 minute delivery guarantee If your pizza does not arrive within 30 minutes of the time you place your order, present this coupon to ...
Fear of violent crime is paralyzing society [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
Fear of violent crime is paralyzing society The fear of violent crime is changing the way America lives. In the United States, every 24 minutes a murder is committed; every 10 seconds, a house is burglarized; and every seven minutes, a woman is raped. Crime has always been prevalent in our society; books have been written and movies that immortalize the Jesse Jameses, Clyde Barrows, John Dillingers and Charles Mansons of the past. But there is something new about the way Americans are killing each other. The crimes are becoming more brutal, more irrational and more random. Violent crime is no longer confined to the ghettos of depressed cities; this malignant force is spreading everywhere in urban areas, suburbs and the once peaceful countryside. Americans are reacting to this spreading fear by arming themselves with guns, guard dogs and supplies of mace; while classes in self-defense, karate and target shooting are flourishing. People can no longer believe that the police can protec...
Viewpoints Here and Now Two-to-a-cell decision is 'cruel' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
Viewpoints Here and Now Two-to-a-cell decision is 'cruel' By MAXWELL GLEN and CODY SHEARER WASHINGTON Have you ever seen the windows of the Supreme Court building? Most tourists who visit the imitation Greek temple on Capitol Hill probably never notice them. But each is about 11 feet by 5 feet in size. Thanks to a decision by the High Court this week, inmates at Ohio’s Lucasville prison will soon have to settle for cells with less area than the Supreme Court’s windows. In an 8-to-l decision, the Court said that quartering two prisoners in a cell designed for one person did not constitute “cruel and unusual punishment” under the Eighth Amendment, as long as other prison conditions were adequate. The decision comes as a big relief to corrections officials in about 35 states currently facing court orders to relieve overcrowding in their prisons. But it’s bad news to the thousands of American prisoners who are already living under vastly overcrowded conditions. If misinterpreted, the de...
Simple relaxation may cure hypertension [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
Simple relaxation may cure hypertension By CHERI KOVESDY Feature Editor To all those people suffering from hypertension, Jan Crowther, an associate professor in psychology, offers a suggestion: relax. Crowther has initiated a research program at KSU in relaxation training for victims of high blood pressure, a program she previously conducted for l/i years in Vermont. The program, open to volunteers under a doctor’s care for hypertension, lasts for eight weeks, and focuses on relaxing separate muscle groups in the body while the patient imagines pleasant scenes. CROWTHER SAID a standard session would be for a patient to sit on the couch, get comfortable, and have a blood pressure reading taken. A 20- to 25-minute tape based upon information Crowther gets from the patient about pleasant, relaxing scenes is played, and another reading is taken. Difficulties with the process are discussed with the patient, and suggestions are made for improvement. “Relaxation can almost be regulated as ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
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Akron's WAKR will air KSU football, basketball [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
Akron's WAKR will air KSU football, basketball By KEVIN HUHN Sports Editor KSU and the University of Akron have established an athletic rivalry through the years, but the two now have a common bond. It was announced Monday that WAKR radio (1590 AM) in Akron will broadcast KSU football and basketball this coming season. WAKR, a 5,000-watt station, also broadcasts Akron’s football and basketball games and numerous other sporting events in the Akron area. WAKR will broadcast nine of KSU’s 11 football games and as many as 20 basketball games, including a major portion of the Flashes’ 16-game Mid-American Conference schedule. The station will not be able to broadcast KSU’s season-opening football game with Western Michigan Sept. 12, nor the Flashes’ Sept. 26 encounter at lowa State. The Flashes’ debut with WAKR will be Sept. 19 at 1:30 p.m. when they host Akron. FRED ANTHONY, WAKR’s general manager, said he forsees no problems broadcasting both KSU and Akron games. “Your newspaper covers...