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*<Jb ?* o. Vol. 52 - No. 27 One Section NorthCanton, Ohio, Wednesday, May 7/1975 18 Pages Completely MjOCttl News Fifteen Cents 4X:.:t. Area Residents Disapprove AWARD WINNING CLUB. The North Canton JRotary Club was winner of The Governor's Cup at the annual conference of District 665 Rotary International April 26 at Imperial,House. North Canton was named the outstanding club in the 41-100 group for general excellence in club activities. They have won this award for nine, straight years. North Canton Rotarians pictured here are (Jeft to right) Gene Buffo, chairmarf of International Service, holding a Ronald Luhman trophy the club won in the/past for attendance; Larry Merriman, chairman of Vocational Service holding a retired Governor's Cup; Dale Wearstler, president-elect and chairman of Club Service holding the mostrecentGovernor'sCupwhichis now retired; Del Hallk Community Service chairman holding the third retired Governor's Cup and Dr. Richard Longbrake, holding another retired Ronald Luhman.; trophy for attendance which the club won in the past. Overall at the District conference, North Canton wpn four firsts, two seconds and a. third in their division. They placed first in Club Service, Vocational Service Aid attendance, second in International Service and third place in Community Service. Thei North Canton Rotary Club was host for the conference and Robert'Zimmer- man was general chairman. The Canton Rotary Club , will be host for the 1976 convention set for April 30 and May 1. Alliance Miss Wins Best In Show For Art Work Rachel Crisl of 2550 Belleflower,.Alliance1, won best in show for her watercolor entitled "Governor's Mansion," at the 34th Annual May Show sponsoredby the Little Art Gallery of the North Canton Library. Miss Crist, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Crist, graduated from Principia College, Elsah^Ill., in 1973 with a degree in fine arts. Shei has since had an opportunity to paint abroad with'a group of, American, -artists led "By" tier former" teacher, James Green. Her award winning painting, "Governor's Mansion," was painted on location during this trip. She is currently painting in Albuquerque, N.M., where she alsobecameinvolvedin' turquoise. Winner in the best oil and acrylic pointing category was Mrs. Esidore (Pat) Parker of 1139 Chelsmford for her "Still Life" oil. Second place in the same category also wenttoM rsL Parker for her "Blackan- tan" oil. She is completing her Master's Degree in painting at Kent State. Mrs. E.L. (Thelma) Lat- ta of 3145 Landscape Cir. NW, Canton, a well known area artist and teacher, was first in "the watercolor category with her "Fantasy Readvertisihg For Bids A special meeting of the North Canton Board of Education was heldMonr day evening, May 5 at Hoover High School, in order that the Board may read- vertise for bids on the construction of the new vocational education high school. #1." Second place in wat-, ercolor w,as awarded to Todd Baxter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Baxter of 816 Harmpn St., for an untitled air brush rendering of, a gun. Mr. Baxter is completing, hijs^ JinaL'year " at Pittsburgh Aft iKs'titu'tei Bekiy Williams's"Hoty Cows, Hungry People" pencil and pastel art work won best drawing. The daughtejt- of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams of 4845 Brunnerdale Ave. NW, Canton, Miss Williams is a senior at Jackson High School. A cement carving called "Elephant,"byAd- ele W a g n e r won the best three dimensional award. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wagner of 5986 Louisville NE, Louisville, and is a senior at Bowling Green majoring in fine arts. . ' Mrs. Brad E. (Laura) ■ Kess4er of 4681 Echo Valley St. NW won the best jewelry, enamel and textile award (for an untitled batik. She is completing her; final quarter at Kent State majoring in fine arts. A collage entitled f'City #1" by Mrs. Jack E. (Diane) Hill pf 1027 Wales Rd. NE, Massillon, won in the best mixed media and cpl-> lage category. She is an artist and homemaker. , Honorable mention went to Al Figg of 4592Edwin: Dr. NW, Canton, for his water color entitled "Trilli- ums;;" Joe Hertzi of 2536 State St. NW, Uniontown, Baiter for his "Untitled" Bic pen drawing. The Preview Opening , was Sunday, May 4 from 2- 4p.in. Cash awards were/ provided by the Friends of the L,ittle Art Gallery, the May Show was arranged by (the Art Committee of the North Canton Library. The exhibit may be seen 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays- through May 30. North Canton residents in the show were Robert Austin, Emily Bukovec, Dan Burt, E. Learine Bush; Mildred Klindworth, Elizabeth McGiffin, ' Myrna Mullen, Judith Seachrist, Gregory Wilkin and Judith Zimmerman. 1HI1 iiUFSS s r.t Mother's Day Song Festival A special festival of song willbe presentedaftne worship service of Community Christian Church on Mother's Day, at 10 a.m. ' The service will be the next to last service the congregation of Community Christian will be holding in its present facilities. Beginning May 25, services will be held in the North Canton Junior High School while a new structure Is being built on the Main Street site. The service will recall some ofthe music and musicians who have contributed to the history of the church. Mrs. Russell Hinton,has sung in the Chancel Choir for over 63 years. As apart of the service she will sing "Face to Face" by Herbert Johnson. It was the first solo she ever sang at Community Christian over 60 years ago. ► The O. P. Kidder family has also provided continuous leadership Jn the music of CommunityK Christian. Mrs. Kidder has only re- for his acrylic called 'Quarter in Clt; and Mr.. Jj. ||jg|| gg^ Jaycees Win State Awards awarded > the Memorial The'North Canton Jaycees were Giessenbier Trophy by the Ohio Jaycees for being the outstanding chapter in Division IV. This award was presented at the Ohio JayceeConven- Uon held In Columbus on May 2-4. Division IV consists of chapters in communities with a1 population between 15,000 and 30,000. Also two local projects were named Sweepstakes winners as outstanding projects in the State among all chapters. The October All State, chaired by Dave Alvarez and co-hosted by the Canton Jaycees was' a sweepstakes winner in Inter-Club Relations activities. The other was the Projector, chaired by John Gibboney and Bill Koch, in the Publications activities. The North Canton chap- , ter also received 5 first 1 place, 5 second place and 2 third place awards in Division IV. The first place awards. were Corrective Shoes, chaired by Robert John, in Health and Safety activities; Leadership in Action Program, chaired by- Charles Bates, in Individual Development activities; Jaycee Fair, chairedbyJoe Vito, in Way$ and Means activities; Wives Recognition Night, chaired by John Vaughn, in Wives Recognir tion acitivities; and Safety Town, chaired by Fre^ Schroeder and James Jes* ter, Jr., in Youth Assistance activities. SecJond place winners were: Chapter Activities, Membership Recruitment, Chapter Orientation, Special Olympics and Community Action Programming. The third place winners were St. LUke|s Gifts and Christmas Tree Shred./ Glenn Willey from Fi&d- lay was elected President bf the Ofiio Jaycees at this convention. , ; -. Orchestra To 9 The North Canton Junior High Orchestra, under the direction ot Miss Annette Durato, and the NorthCanton Junior High Band, under , the direction of Henry Leit- ner, will present a concert/ Friday, May 9 at 8 p.m. at the Junior High School. The orchestra will play "Song of Jupiter" by Handel, "The Peal Fishers "by Bizet, "Fifth Symphony 1st Movement" by Beethoven and "Battle Hymn of the Republic" by Walter. The band will play "Col- ossus of Columbia" a march by Alexander, "Symphonic Overture" by Cairter, "Bye Bye Birdie. Overture" by Strouse, Ad- ams^'A Study in Lavender" by Osterling featuring a cornet soly by Jay Halpin arid "Preludeand Fugue in F Minor"by Bright. cently had to give up singing regularly in the choir. As a special offering in honor of her long years of ^ service, members of her family will present a special anthem "He Watching Over Israel" by Mendelssohn, The Kidder family, under the direction of Charles Kidder, will preside as the choir for the service. One of the responses that will be used was composedby grandson, Tim Kidder. The hymns that will be used in the service willbe from the "Swope Song- book" recalling the musical leadership of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Swope who, with their family, sang at many church services and com- mu nity gatherings. M r. Swope led the singing in the Junior Department of the church for years. John, Raymond, Gordon andRob- , ert Swope, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Swope, will sing a special number as will Sarah, Laura, and Stephen Carr, great-grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Swope. The Mother's Day service will also include the offering of communion and- the recognition of each mother present. The ReVi uJerry M. Sullivan is pastor of Community Christian. Zoning Board Okays Two Variances Here \ Two variances have been approved by North Canton ZoriingBoard of Appeals regarding a jewelry store and a building addition. Both passed by 4-0 vote of the board. Michael Karlo was granted a variance to allow opening of ajewelrystore at the southeast corner pf Bachtsl andS. MainStreet. A request also was granted to Melvin Ripple for an addition to His home at 824 Clearmount Ave. SE. Hi II id n nt^iiOpl I 1(11 Id rea Apartment Co Some 35-40 southeast area residents gathered at the Monday, May 5 meeting of the North Canton Planning Commission to show their disapproval of the multi-family group development to be called Meadowbrook Park Apartments, which Dwight Barnhart plans to construct on the corner of Sunford SE and Schneider SE. The land, which was rezoned in Plain Township in 1964 to multi-family from single family, was annexed into North Canton from Plain Township in late 1966 or early 1967 un- der the multi-familyzoning. Mr. Barnhart explained to the City Planners that the contour of the apartment buildings will be low, featuring flat roofs. The bottom half of the buildings will be brick and the top half Will be asphalt brown shingle. ■ "We want to blend the structure around the surrounding neighborhood," stated Mr. Barnhart. ' Mr. Barnhart said that his company owns, manages and maintains all the apartments they build and they are strictly apartment iowners and builders. He stated that he wants Meadowbrook Park Apartments to be a private dev-' ' elopment, not open visually to the eye. There will be a play area in the center for children and each- apartment will feature an individual patio. The 21-units will have two bedrooms each and wili rent for around $250 a month. There will be one 6-unit structure, two4-un- it structures and one 7-un- '• it"*stnicture. Eachapart- ■rnent will have two floors.. Each unit will have two parking spaces - one covered and one, uncovered. Bob Kolopus of Hammon* tree & Associates, engines rs for Mr. Barnhart, ' stated that they have plans for a complete underground storm sewer, which will not only help the drainage problem for the 21/2 acres the apartments will be located on, but will also help the drainage problem of residents on Sunford and Schneider. The storm sewer plan was tobe presented before the Storm Sewer Committee of Council Tuesday, May 6. i If approved, drainage easements Will be necessary and four or fiveprop- erty owners in the area would have to give the City drainage easement.Water from. 27 acres now drains into the now existing trunk which this complex would be a part of. "Assuming you can't get the city's backing1 on your storm sewer plan, do you have an alternative plan?" asked William Plasket, chairman of the North Canton Planning Commission. "We do have another plan which won't solve, any drainage problems except ours," commented Mr. Kolopus. "Apparently the neighbors feel this plan will not help the water problem," stated Plasket. "I will be glad to speak with any of the neighbors who feel they have a better solution," stated City Engineer Dennis Flechtner, who feels the developers engineer's plans will solve the drainage problem. "I don't feel drainage is the problem ofthe Planning Commission,'' statedJ. Edward Juenemann* a member of the Commission, "and I feel the developer has met all the requirements." "i sympathize with the residents, but I think the developer has met all requirements," Mr. Juene- mann added. "The location of the sewer line can be adjusted," said Mr. Kolopus,"however, the line we chose (which would run across the back yards of 4 or 5 residents) is the Shortest distancebe- tween the existing trunk line and our property and is also the most economical." Attorney .yincerit Bam- aby, a representative of some '.of the property own* ers, stated that the residents feel the drainage , problem is only one of many problems which caused them to voice their concern. He said they are also concerned about the traffic hazards. "All of that was considered and established at the time of zoning in 1964, "Mr. Flechtner told the attorney. Planners agreed to accept the plans for the development, excluding land- s cap ing, providing the problem of drainage is solved by an adequate sewer system. "I do want to make this a good development,"stated Mr. Barnhart, "that's why I'm here." Planners will consider the landscaping portion of the development at a special session at 6:45p.m.before the Monday, June 2 regular meeting. Immediately following their acceptance of the plans for the Meadowbrook Park Apartment .complex, Ward 3 Councilmp- Ted Scheffler requested pin ners to consider rezoning the four lots In question from multi-family to single family residential with • an R-50 zoning. "The history of this zoning is filled with mistakes," stated Scheffler. According to Mr. Scheffler, the property was re- zones in 1964 in aperiod of 32 days, which is legal in Plain Township, however, it takes 90 days in North Canton. In 1966 or early 1967, the whole area was annexed into North Canton. At this time the four lots in question were zoned multi-family by Plain Township. Planners and Council made a mistake because they zoned this area single family and later had to amend this when they found out the zoning was multi- family. The surroundingproper- ty owners .made a mistake because they didn't fightfor zoning. The owners of the four lots made a mistake by letting it go through with no protest. Council corrected the owners mistake, their mistake and Planners mistake. "This land has had four zonings in 11 years," explained Mr. Scheffler, "so how can property ownes keep track if the City Planners can't even keep track?" "How can we fault (Continued to Page 2) Parade Set North Canton American Legion Post 419 is now takr ing applications of groups interested in marching in the North Canton Memorial Day Parade May 26 beginning at 9 a.m. Featured speaker this year is State Senator Dav- _ id Johnson. Tha parade route will be changed this year and will end at North Canton Memorial Stadium where seating is available in the west stands. Any interested groups may call the following: Parade committee co-chairmen, Ted Patton, 499-7681; Donald Spitler, 499-4643; City Hall, 499-3464; or 499-5315, 499-4086. George Stockert of 553 W. Maple St.,\a 50-year member of Legion Post 419 will serve as Grand Mar- i shal. Hoover High SchoolBand and other area high school bands will perform. Sen.Johnson Reports From The Capital GOVERNOR AND LT. GOVERNOR WILL RUN AS A TEAM! After a heated debate on the floor of the Senate SJR 4 was passed. This Resolution would amend the Constitution of theStateofOhio to require the Lt. Governor to be elected jointly with the Governor. The Resolution outlines the procedure for election of the team. , The Resolution states that inthe General Election for Governor and Lt. Governor, one voteshallbe cast jointly for the candidate nominated by the same political party. It further states that the General Assembly shall provide by law for the separate nomination for candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor. If accepted by both Houses the Resolution would go.to the people for their vote in the November election. , LEASING OF MOTOR VEHICLES ALLOWED COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AM H3. 84 passed the Senate this week. The stated purpose of this bill is to , permit Boards of County Commissioners to lease vehicles for county offices, • if leasing appears to be more economical than purchasing vehicles. In an opinion released in 1955 by the Attorney General of Ohio, itwas statedthat the Boards of CountyCom- missioners had no authority to lease motor vehicles for use in different departments under their jurisdiction, Under existing law the County Commissioners have permission only to lease motor vehicles for County Engineers and their assistants. .This bill permits the County Commissioners to lease motor vehicles for use by any de- par tm en t, commission, board, office or agency under their supervision. In leasing vehicles the Board of Commissioners would have to abide by the statutory competitive bidding procedure. This is a good bill in my opinion, because it will offer the County Officials another tool to try to save taxpayers money by allowing competitive bidding to lease vehicles. (Continued to Page 2) . TOPS AT ART SHOW. The Preview Opening of the 34th Annual May Show sponsored by the Little Art Gallery of the North Canton Library, was heldSunday, May 4 and awards were presented. RachelCristof Alliance .created the watercolor on the right which her mother, Mrs. Lyle Crist of Alliance is holding, and which won the Best In Show award. Miss Crist's painting is titled "Governor's Mansion." Al Figgof4592EdwinNW,Can- ton, stands beside his watercolor entitled"Trilliums," which was Most Popular and received an honorable mention. Miss Crist graduated fromPrincipiaCoIlege, El- sah, 111., in 1973 with a degree in fine arts. Since then she has painted abroad with a group of American artists and painted this award winning picture during this trip. >The exhibit may be seen I0a.m.to9 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays through May 30.
|Title||The Sun, 1975-05-07|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton public Library|