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Kent Fest promises to be exciting event [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Kent Fest promises to be exciting event By HARLAN SPECTOR July 4 means different things to different people. To most Americans, celebrating July 4 means cookouts, camping, fireworks, parades, beer, baseball and beaches. But to the city of Kent, July 4 means the Kent Fest. The Kent Fest is a “community celebration” which involves “lots of singing, dancing, eating and camaraderie,” Kent Fest Chairman Mary Drongowski said. The sixth annual event is scheduled to occupy the streets of downtown Kent from 9 a.m. until 11 p.m. this Saturday. THE FOOD, games, exhibits, entertainment and other activities are all made possible by individuals, businesses and organizations which have contributed to the Kent Fest, including the University, which donated $l,OOO to this year’s Fest, Drongowski said. The Kent Fest originally was sponsored by city council for the first three years, Drongowski said, but in 1979 the Kent Fest Committee went to the community for contributions. THE EVENT has been a succe...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
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Social Security needs revision to survive [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Social Security needs revision to survive Since that historic day in 1935 when Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act, many Americans have come to believe that everyone has a ‘right’ to retirement security. Today nearly 97 percent of all those over 65 get at least part of their money from Social Security, private pensions or the myriad of plans that cover public employees. Social Security, the mainstay of the nation’s retirement system, h&amp;&gt; provided more than a measure of protection and dignity to 36 million elderly or disabled Americans and their dependents since that day in 1935. But short-term cash problems threaten to stop the flow of benefit checks by as early as next year. In essence, the nation has promised its work force vastly more than it can afford to pay. The Social Security system developed by FDR is very different to elderly workers who had been battered by the Great Depression. But with many workers contributing to a relatively...
Here and Now CIA agents don’t die, they just. . . [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Here and Now CIA agents don’t die, they just. . . By MAXWELL GLEN and CODY SHEARER WASHINGTON What happens to CIA agents when they leave the intelligence community? For whom do they work? No one seems to know. Not even the CIA or the Association of Former Intelligence Officers. But someone had better find out fast. For the last two Sundays, The New York Times Magazine has featured Seymour Hersh’s riveting story of how two former CIA employees, Edwin P. Wilson and Frank E. Terpil, placed their personal bank accounts before world peace and supplied Libya’s Muammer Qaddafi with explosive devices for terrorist bombs. Hersh’s articles detail how these two skilled operators used their “old-boy” contacts within the CIA to run an international business in high-technology weaponry no questions asked. Not until another former CIA agent, Kevin Mulcahy, blew the whistle on his two partners did the federal government act. And even then it took four years for the sluggish wheels of justice to cha...
Voice your opinion today [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Voice your opinion today Although this is the third week of summer sessions, the Summer Kent Stater has received only two letters to the editor. Granted, the pressing problems both on campus and throughout the nation seem to have away of looking less menacing when we can forget about them by taking a leisurely swim or a long afternoon walk, but issues of public interest don’t take a vacation. There are decisions made and actions taken every day that may affect our lives. The editorial page is everyone’s chance to make an opinion known. If there are events we have covered well or poorly let us know. Or, if there is something that is particularly bothering you, take a few minutes to write down your thoughts. Letters must be signed and preferably type written. They can be sent to the Summer Kent Stater, 100 Taylor Hall. We’ll be waiting!
Stater Features Student pushes education beyond degree [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Stater Features Student pushes education beyond degree By MARLENE SILVER For some people education is a way of life, and for Jim Pae, 48, a Berea area resident, education falls nothing short of this. A KSU alumnus, Pae has decided to return to his alma mater and his role as student. Pae received his bachelor’s of science in 1959 in Health, Physical Education and Recreation, with a minor in English. In 1966, Pae decided to return to KSU to pick up a master’s in English. When he first entered KSU in 1953, Pae paid $5O for 18 quarter hours. He was able to finance his college education through a GI bill during the Korean conflict of which he received $122 a month as long as he kept going to school. FAE REMEMBERS when KSU was once widely known as a “suitcase” college. The university earned this name, Pae said, because most of the students lived within 50 miles of the campus, and most students would go home for weekends and holidays. “It was so quiet on Fridays after classes that you coul...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
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Lady Flashes' MVP is AH-MAC in tennis [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Lady Flashes' MVP is AH-MAC in tennis Cindy Miller, KSU’s No. 1 singles player, was named to the All-Mid-American Conference women’s tertnis team last week. Miller, the Lady Flashes’ most valuable player, joins Wendy Sweney and Anna Fan Wallenhem of Miami, Nancy Martin and Sue Weigand of Western Michigan, Sheila Hart of Toledo and Donna Robinson of Eastern Michigan on the team. Leann Davidge of Miami was named MAC coach of the year. All selections were made by a vote of MAC coaches. Miller, a native of Hudson, compiled a 12-4 singles record and was 8-5 in doubles matches as KSU finished 7-6 overall and 4-4 in the MAC. MILLER
Kent Fest's 10-kilometer run will highlight area activities [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Kent Fest's 10-kilometer run will highlight area activities The third annual Kent Fest 10-kilometer run will be Saturday morning at 9:30. Entry fee is $5. The race will begin on the West Main Street bridge near Main and Water streets. Trophies will be awarded to the top three men and women finishers, and plaques will go to the top three finishers in each age division. The first male and female KSU and Kent Roosevelt High alumni will all receive plaques. A free one-mile fun run for children 12-years-old and under will begin at 9. For more information contact Mary Drongowski at 673-8360 or Trisha Morris at 673-3464. Racquetball mini-tournament The KSU Intramural Depart- merit’s racquetball mini-tourna-ment will be Thursday from 3 to 6 p.m. Registration will be conducted in Room 191 Memorial Gym Annex until noon Wednesday. There will be no charge for students with validated IDs. Nonstudents may participate for a $1 building-pass fee. Frisbee competition A Catch and Fetch contest for do...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
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