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Ub- Ohio Hit ^. 1982 vJiJZ' Soc- ' QhJo 43211 6-J 781 Vol. 55-No. 38 North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, July 19, 1978 Completely tnt Locai News One Section 16 Pages Fifteen Cents EAGLE SCOUTS HONORED. Two North Canton boys have earned Eagle Scout Awards. They are Frank Reigel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. Reigel of 1336 Diamond St., and Bryan Defibaugh, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Ronald Defibaugh of 6775 Pinetree Ave. NE. Pictured here during the presentation are (1. to r.) James Kaiser, presenter, Frank Reigel, Greg .Strenk, Bryan Defibaugh and Harry Christman, Flag Presentation on behtalif of North Canton Elks No. 2029. Frank is a senior ait GlenOak High School, is a member of the varsity track team, and National Honor Society. He has earned the God and Country Award, is a member of .the Order of the Arrow, is a fourth year Pipestone and earned Pro Deo et Patria. Bryan is a junior at GlenOak and plays base- bal and basketball. He is a third year pdpestone, a member Of the Order of the Arrow and mile swimmer. The presentations were made at little Flower Catholic Church. aW <\ft/ OPIATJL HARMS FBJJLOWS. Three North Canton Rotarians (1. to r.) 2i«£* R.;t>Ba?1^er,-VVK E- Matfllie and E- R- Malone have been desig- SSJSl* iS?"1 H^T Feaiow °* me Rotarv Foundation," since the North Oanton Rotary Club has contributed $1,000 to the Rotary FoundaWon itor each one in their honor for outstanding service to Rotary The Ro- 2S?&<iW&r ciloi?e\ Prmarily at the graduation level. In the 30 years of the Foundation's existence over 11,000 recipients have studied in tfce country of their choice. Over 100 countries have beer^involved in sending and/or receiving these people. mvoivea in Vandalism To Mailbox Is A Federal Crime Offense Every year citizens experience property damage and loss or destruction of mail as a result of mailbox, vandalism. For the moslt part, the vandalism h caused by youths who live right in the community where the damage occurs. Vandalism to a mailbox' is a Federal criminal offense which is punishable' by a fine of not more than $1,000.00 or imprisonment! of not over three years. In; "addition, the destruction of property is normally pro-' Executable as a violation of; local law. .. But just as important as the. criminal violation is', flie moralwrongof destroy-[ ing that which belongs to another person. The youth' of this community must be made aware that the mail box vandalism now occur ring is both a criminal vio-' lation and a moral wrong.. Postmaster Kelly has asked that citizens with' "knowledge concerning any mailbox vandalism provide that information so that appropriate action can be taken. The Postmaster will,, when necessary, provide! Opera Chorus will provide the music and Rev. Irwin Jennings will be preaching. The Canton Civic Opera Chorus will be singingvar- ious types of sacred numbers which will appeal to all ages. This will be Rev. Jennings first Sunday back at Faith Church since his recent visit to Wales. e Rev. Jencks *. Guest Speaker " Rotary Club Free Concert Set At NC Civic Center The American Federation of Musicians, Local 111 will present a free band concert, Sunday, July 23 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the North Canton Civic Center Gazebo For an afternoon of musical enjoyment, bring a favorite easy foldingchair or a blanket to sit on am? enjoy the music. The concert is free and; the band will play music that is loved by all. The director will be Bob Hill and will feature Jack Halkides on alto sax and flute, John Adams on Trombone, Neil Williams on trumpet, and Joe Andalora Public Hearing Set For Aug. 17 A public hearing to receive public input on the Title 2- Social Services planning process, is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 17. Representatives from the Stark County Welfare Department and Advisory Committee will meet from , 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. that day, in the Social Services office at 217FourthSt.,NE, Canton. Testimony from the. hearing will be submitted to the Ohio Department of PubUc Welfare. The Title 20 program, which provides services to middle and lower income families, is administered by the Social Services Division of the county and state welfare departments. Area residents wishing to testify at the hearing, are urged to contact the Social Services Division of, the county welfare depart- ment, to assure placement on the agenda. Written testimony from residents unable to attend the hearing will be accep-, ted through Friday, Aug. 25 at the Social Services, office. Levy On Sept. 26 Ballot Mrs. Frederick Merritt Fills Vacant School Board Seat NC Park Schools Plan Mime Show, Carnival, Speaker July 17 marked the beginning of the fifth week of the six week program of the North Canton Park School Program. As in past summers, the program will end on July 28 at Hoover Camp Park with a picnic from 9:30 to 11:30 a;m. Boys and girls residing upon leaving the carnival. David Preston Graduates From Princeton U. in the North Canton School District and between the ages of five to eleven who wish to take part for the remainder of the activities may register any morning of the week at 9:30 a.m. at the park closest to their neighborhood. The parks included are Clearmount, Dogwood, Orchard Hill, Price, Schneider Valley, West, Witwer, Woodrow. Besides making crafts, having pet show days, stories from the library, craft days and field trips, the' special events coming up are as follows: Wednesday, July 19 from 10 to 11 a.m. at Dogwood' Park, Gail Spat afore, a representative of fhe North Canton Playhouse will put on a mime show which is part of an old vaudeville circus tradition. Mrs. Spatafore will paint up some of the children and teach them how to do mime tricks. Friday, July 21 will be the second Annual All Park Muscular DystrophyCarni- val from 10 to Noon at Dogwood Park. Everyone will receive a bag of goodies Proceeds will be sent to Muscular Dystrophy Foundation. Monday, July 24 at Witwer Park, Rick Horton will meet with the children from Witwer, West and Orchard Hill Parks. Rick is a two- time track All-American and a member of Malone College National Championship Team. He will talk about his experiences as an All-American runner and about goals in life and how. he got started in pursuing track and running as in interest. At the Hoover Camp picnic on July 28, Price Park will entertain with a play on pollution. Children will be in costumes. For more information on any of the above activities please call North Canton City Hall or 499-2756. The Park School Program is sponsored by the North Canton Recreation and Parks Committee and the City of North Canton. There are paid supervisors at each of the parks until 11: 30 a.m. Monday thru Friday through July 28. The North Canton Board of Education has select ed M!rs. Frederick B. (Carolyn) Merritt of 2641 Eaver St., Greentown, to fill the board seat va cated recently when Mrs. Barbara Herrick resign ed to accept a job in Michigan. Mrs. Merritt is a graduate of the North Canton school system and of Aultman HospitalSchool of Nursing. She is the mother of two sons and a daughter, all school age. Board members also acted at their meeting Tuesday, July 11 to place a 6.7 - mill operating levy on the ballot at a special election to be held on September 26. In other business, the board: GRANTED leave of absence to Mrs. Lynn B. Dos- kocil, teacher of special abilities at Hoover High School, effective the 1978- 79 school year. ACCEPTED the resignations of James R. Buss ard, industrial electricity teacher at Hoover High School and Donald P. Shou- ltys, vocational drafting teacher at Hoover. , Employed John F. Best," assistant Principal at Hoover High School North. Campus and Transportation Coordinator; Charles J. Radich, Assistant Principal at North Canton Junior High; Stephen W. Hatch, mathematics teacher and Mrs. Ruth Kinkema, elementary education teacher. Mrs. Frederick Merritt SET the next meeting of the North Canton Board of Education for Tuesday, Aug. 8 at 8 p.m. in Hoover High North Campus. Robert D. Moon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Moon, 7520 Carmen Dr. NW, has become a member of Tau Sigma Delta Chapter at Kent State University. Tau Sigma Delta is a National Architectural Honor Society established for the purpose of promoting achievement and excellence in the field of Ar- •chitecture and Allied Arts, and membership is based on academic achievement. Warren Bennet "On His Way Back" After Three Years David Preston David Preston, a 1974 It iiu rJ^.ra J&F& *******>" In June 1975 when Warren "Lee" Bennett Jr. lay on the hard asphalt , „ .„., «f a °an*on street. struck down by a oar, leaving graduate of Hoover High mm una™e to engage in the simple children's " TOUf' Jfrte t0 other y^g boys, comprehend short stories or even ask for Nhe slightest of his most desired objects. He cannot walk, much less run and play or even talk in complete sentences School, has graduatedsum ma cum laude from Princeton University in New Jersey. During his four years of study he majored in mechanical engineering with a specialization^material science and solid state physics. David was elected to membership in Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honor society; Sigma XI, . the national honor society, for pure science and research; and Phi Beta Kappa, the liberal arts honor society. He also received the Manfred Pyka Memorial Prize in physics and was awarded a prize in the Donald Janssen DikeAward Competition for excellence in undergraduate research. The son of Mr. andMrs. Ralph Preston of 635 E. Bachtel, David has accepted aposition as a design engineer with the Air Products and Chemicals Corporation and will reside in Allentown, Pa. James R. Holflnger was graduated from the Ohio , _, J _, College of Podiatric Medi- The North Canton Rotary ^W™,^if^ yBrld" 5* .W?1?v±lmlJL MV 26» Club will meet Thursday, July 20 at 6:30 p.m. in Community Christian Church. Guest speaker will be Rev. Robert Jencks, associate pastor of Zion Uni- ges is the vocalist. with the degree Doctor of The North Canton Civic ^od*atric Medicine. Dr. ... ted Church of Christ. He the information to local Law | will speak on "How to Tell Enforcement Officers and; Your Story". to the Postal Inspection' Service, a Federal Law En- i forcement Agency. i With the full cooper a-' tion of the various school,! law enforcement and com-! munity leaders in our area, we can stop this serious problem. Special Service To Welcome Back Pastor Faith United Methodist Church of North Canton will. be holding aspecialservice' of praise in song and ser-, mon at 10 a.m. on Sunday, July 23. The Canton Civic: A native of Connecticut, he attended Marietta College, and completed his seminary education at An- dover-Newton Theological School near Boston, Mass. He also has earned a teaching certificate in English from Kent State University. Prior to becoming associate pastor of Zion UCC, Rev. Jencks served at churches in Millersburg and Glenmont. He and his wife Sandra have one son, Zachary. Cel Aman will give the invocation Thursday and George Turkal will be song leader. Bob Zimmerman is program chairman for the month of July. Center is located on West Holflnger is the son of Mr. Maple St., just east of and Mrs. Robert Holflnger Whipple Ave. of 320 Sutton Ave. Greentown Fire Dept. Rescue Squad Is Taking Applications The Greentown Fire Department rescue squad is taking applications for men and women Ho run the squad. A special emphasis is being put on members who can take duty time during the day. As squad personnel you will be given the state approved Emergency Victim Care course. The course consists of 100 Hours of class room training, vital signs, and in - hospital training. To be eligible you must be at least 18 years old, have, a high school diploma, and live in the Greentown Are district. Although there is no pay for time on call, there is a great deal of personal satisfaction. It is also a good way to become involved in the community, and you will be giving an important and necessary service to your fellow citizens. Any oneinterestedshould call Tim Graham, chief- coordinator at 494-5340. Call any time day or evenings. After therapy at a series of hospitals, Lee appeared on the way back. Then suddenly, with seizures treatable only by drugs, the months of progress were gone. Lee was transfered to a Cleveland Hospital until May of last year when therapy - disrupting seizures worsened until all he did was lie in bed. His home now is Rose Lane Health Care Center in Jackson Township, but his mother Lyla Bennett feels Lee "doesn't fit in." "People might say Lee is retarded because he has brain damage, "she explains, 'but that isn't true. He wasn't born that way. He's not like he was but he's aware of what's going on around him. There is no challenge for him to improve. Dr. Gary A. Gosky of Cleveland, who works at times with Lee at Rose Lane, was Mrs. Bennett's source. "Certainly if you could put together all non-ambulatory patients, those with an ability to do self-help skills would have more potential in contact with others in their own group," he said. But Dr. Gosky said, it is a matter of how fast programs for such care realistically can develop. With the) increasing demand for extended care beds because of people being moved from state institutions into community oriented facilities, children are lumped together in a medium institution like Rose Lane with children of with similar problems. There's still no place to- separate them. William Clark, District 10 manager for Division of Mental Retardation & Developmental Disabilities in Akron, developed deeper into the problem. "The movement toward developing community setups is relatively new. As needs develop, we work on programs,- but our office only has been in operation for five years, " Clark said. ' There is currently no plan set up for children like Lee and the future of such programs depends on an undetermined need. Lyla Bennett now searches for new and better ways to aid her son. Only one man had any positive knowledge of the subject, an official from the Ohio Department of Education who told her there are two treatment facilities for Lee. One is in Cincinnati, the other in Toledo. Meanwhile, Mrs. Bennett is concentrating on plans to organize a parents organi- . zation composed of families with children with Droblems continued to page 2 MAKING PROGRESS. David Turner (left), a therapist at Rose Lane Health Care Center administers therapy to Warren "Lee" Ben- netlt (right). Lee was hit by a car three years ago and is slowly making his way back. Laee is now at Rose Lane receiving therapudic care. PROCEEDS POR EMS. The North Canton Jaycee Wives will hold a "Toll Road" Sunday, July 23 from 10:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m at four locations in North Canton; Applegrove Rd. NE, Charlotte St, Glenwood SW and E. Maple St. Pictured here are North Canton Jaycee Wives Mrs. Mike Long (in the car), Ways and Means chairman; Mrs. George Marches, Toll Road chairman, (standing next to car); and Richard Dodez. The local Jaycee Wives have chosen to aid the North Canton Emergency Squad which will receive the donations to purchase a Cascade System Oxygen Supply System. North Canton Auxiliary Police will volunteer their tohne and will be on duty to organize traifific during the operalHon of the "Toll Roads". A rain date has been set for July 30
|Title||The Sun, 1978-07-19|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
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Ub- Ohio Hit ^.
1982 vJiJZ' Soc-
' QhJo 43211
Vol. 55-No. 38
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, July 19, 1978
One Section 16 Pages Fifteen Cents
EAGLE SCOUTS HONORED. Two North Canton boys have earned
Eagle Scout Awards. They are Frank Reigel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. Reigel of 1336 Diamond St., and Bryan Defibaugh, son of Mr.
arid Mrs. Ronald Defibaugh of 6775 Pinetree Ave. NE. Pictured here
during the presentation are (1. to r.) James Kaiser, presenter, Frank
Reigel, Greg .Strenk, Bryan Defibaugh and Harry Christman, Flag Presentation on behtalif of North Canton Elks No. 2029. Frank is a senior
ait GlenOak High School, is a member of the varsity track team, and
National Honor Society. He has earned the God and Country Award, is
a member of .the Order of the Arrow, is a fourth year Pipestone and
earned Pro Deo et Patria. Bryan is a junior at GlenOak and plays base-
bal and basketball. He is a third year pdpestone, a member Of the Order
of the Arrow and mile swimmer. The presentations were made at little
Flower Catholic Church.
OPIATJL HARMS FBJJLOWS. Three North Canton Rotarians (1. to r.)
2i«£* R.;t>Ba?1^er,-VVK E- Matfllie and E- R- Malone have been desig-
SSJSl* iS?"1 H^T Feaiow °* me Rotarv Foundation," since the North
Oanton Rotary Club has contributed $1,000 to the Rotary FoundaWon
itor each one in their honor for outstanding service to Rotary The Ro-