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OCK TOr JOB -3Rl_ATK)_f Vol. 42 — No. 32 2 Sections — 14 -Pag**.- NO-W_I<_A--TON( 0**IO t___D*]£SDAY, APRILS,1968 *_■»■ 10c per copjr take Your Time There is a hint of Spring in the air in spite of the chill winds, and 'maverick snow. There is a quickening of spirit that makes us want to be up and doing. Plans for action are burgeoning in our mind_. Our steps are quicker, our motion;- fa_--i\ There is so much we want to get done! That* s all very fine. But you don't have to do everything -ill: at once. If you do so, you are sure to miss out on something. So — take your time! Check yidur plans — you will find'that you. will discard some when you think them over. iVjttdj if you take your time, you will dd-first things first and thus have more time. I'm finding this put. Such plans as I had! They would have r_sqiiired fourteen-hour working days to even make a den. in them. And then I took another tumble. Two weeks in b6dAffectively messed up my schedule. So I have had to take, my own advice and take my time. An4 I'hi finding out it works. First, the plans had to be sorted out and cut down. Next, things had tdbe done in the order of their importance. The first thing I found out was __.•#! I had cluttered up my time with unimportant things. Then when I did the most important tasks first, there wasn't anything hanging over me that had to be done. Arid when I exercised my mind to plan how I tv_>uld do a .job, the actual.physical doing took less time. ■ ' ,'--There is another compensation in taking your time. It is. the sense* -of "enjoyment in a_complishh.en t, rather than of/depression on, that more has not been ^ote/lf fiiix nave -a__Hi,/yqur time, you can.properly evaluate ._he Vfiorjc'you ■ Jjg^^ ^n.^-f-r-i 9^_jk__Ui-i .•:v-_kk?-.. 'to-;- ii-iiiria-^i^fc^' A' ;"i: - $A^ ^::A. .-.., "..-iTherie is a sensei of peace that comes /with taking your t__t->._ 0MMfer oj_-ie _aret-i-!d judgei told me that alter the had a hear, attack arid had }_> slow up, he f6uhdtH_i. he was &<e$$pfe ;_nores-ottt of life. Moving sjowly, he had time to see things about him that he had missed, by rushing, to enjoy watwlirig things — the view from fiis- office window high apoye-New. York Harbor, sunsets oy^r^ the, bridge, hip gar- djgjh..; :_fe said he enjoyed people more, because now h? took tune to-listen .ib them," not merely to. skim off the gist of tn^ir rerilarks and hurry, on to the next person.. , SW. — take your time! It is much more comfortable to do so before you have to! ; Winners Named in Junior High Science Exhibit Winners of ribbons in the sec- Mid annual science fair of 8th graders at the Junior High irhool were named. Science tea- hers Duff Helvoigt and Dan I'ilton rated the exhibits. First place blue ribbon winners were Dave Yoder. Steve Glass, Jeff McLinden, Dave Ferguson, Cathy Mija, Janet Cockerham. Sharon . Pinder, Gene Ledford, Cindy Barch, Greg SeibTl, John i.lindworth, Tom Powell, Jeff Sykes, John Andrea, Jerry Geib, md _> ave Pool. Second place, red ribbon winners were Francine Chuchanis, Cathie. Bernard, Brenda Sogan, .nil Yonaily, Stephanis Strebel, Bridget O'Loughlin, Bonnie Gaver. .Betsy Mohler, Tracy Bogart, Debbie Falk, Janet Comb Nahcy Caire, Ted Shaub, Doug Gross, Todd Werstler, Dan Pickard, Dave Skibbons. Terry Tan- nehill, Jody Hill and Greg Ham- men. Participant awards went to Arlene Weeks and Jo Anne Sturiale. p-*N*"*^W^*W,_*>rf^*^"_^_'V-/N^>*«,«»*-/'*_»W-»^>^' ** otitations NC Youth Confer With Hough Teens Four girls and four boys, all seniors at.Hoover High School, are meeting teenagers from the Hough area of Cleveland through an unusual club sponsored by the North Canton Community Building YMCA. The members of the Hi-Y and: Tri-Hi-Y, who call themselves the Hough Area Group have met several times with students from the Addison Branch of the Cleveland YMCA to talk about problems . and to learn each others opinion on many topics. Coordinating the club's work is Bill Needs, youth director at the Community Building, who is cooperating with' Bill Trent, Addison Branch youth director. Members of the club include Tom Strauch, president; Nan Carle, secretary; Jackie Hosmer, Pa t Toole, Cathy Osmundsen, ScOtt Glidden, Tom Tuckey and Jim Cady. ..-; • Jn,:. Jan. _»___- Athg;-groups. 4rqm both North 'Canton and Cleveland went to the Firestone YMCA in Akron for* their first meeting. Early in April the teenagers met again at St. . Basil's Church in Brecksville. Plans now call for a possible meeting in a coffee house in Cleveland, a days trip to Niagara Falls, and a discussion of the film, "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?" Sets Sites For First Sidewalk Projects This city's sidewalk con struction and repair program for 1968 got underway Mon- -pector, who died last Thursday. He had maintained the city's signal lights and electricity at at City Hall, and in his work as day night when^City Council "^^ lns hel d in passed first reading of ap or- writing a proposed new city dmance for sidewalk work on electrical code, portions of four streets. HEADtJ_»'T__AG_-___t ASSOCIATION, 'bale Kitzrhilleri outgoing president of the North Canton Education Association, congratulates his successor, Walter Walker (center) who takes office officially on M#y 1. Looking on (right) is his understudy this year, Roger Wiandt, the president-elect, Mr. Kitzmiller is a Social Studies teacher at the Junior High School, Mr. Walker js a Hoover English teacher and Mr. Wiandt, a science teacher at Hoover. The three met with the executive board of the association Monday night. Local Rotary Captures Six District Awards . JDuririg the past year, the. cost Of .labor in manllfact-trip.-, increased an .average of ,5 per cent, a direct reflection of sizable wage gains combined with a much'lower rate of of production per hianhour, according to a recent import m the United States Department of Commerce.. Higher unit labor costs ih manufacturing means one of two things, or' a combination of both: Kigif^r prices' arid lower profits. There is ahundant eV-deftce it^ have beep present in the manufacturing sector over the past.year.' ■'■'•■•i The .report indicates, although the figures-are not final, that jja'-dnct-vity growth in, -manufacturing during 1967 may;.Seas few«_,l per cent, the1 Smallest in many years, as cpHQpareld; to a 8i4 per cent in^ea#-'^n 19(35 And a .3.1 per cent increase in 1966. ■■.■.-?>*? -: ^?-.;, Elks Begin Work On Addition To Local lodge Hall North Canton Elks held ground breaking cerempnies for their new addition Sunday, April 21 at 1:30 p.hj. EMlted -Ruler Charles Smith conducted the ceremonies, with a prayer, by Chaplain Robert Geiger, ijnd the turning of ;the first shovel by Mayor • Charles Strausser. " Mayor Strausser wished the Lodge success in the project, and hoped with the additional facilities the Lodge would be able to be of greater service to the community in their charitable projects. The R. G. Smith Construction 'V __a!bor;and management Jiave a great re^pori_i]|;ii:ty to t_te';r-Aniericari-public when they* iriee^fci-_-e..:ttfl^acjts .his yeai'uln,. order to prevent ftfrl&er. ^ tbeyentire.. econdmy;,,;they-should:-jha1_e;':sure;-<ri__ft\-__yj' in-; creUse :inv finals labor cos.teiVf_tl]^ _ombara__e increase in d_i_--UC__v_TO' ''.. .-'.'i'v-.1'.;v..-;.'*-""*' ''.\..'".'• comparable ..increase in pjto_fac.iy_ty;.; firm is to start work immediate-1 Dnlaru __nae_ Tkiire Jly' on the 60 x 75 foot brick and] HUI-try Wl__5I I __Ul5i !steel ^djdition, which will double) -———; ithe present seating capacity of "What's Behind Your Electric j20Q, and is'toCost.^2,000. It will! Switch" will be d[ohn A. Paul's ■include 'a kit-lien, lptinge, stage] topic Thursday n^ght' when h_ jand'.- ,dance. ;-!floor ahd bo con- i speaks; .to North Canton Rotari- j_iruc-8d on''the northwest corner ans at -immunity Christian of the , present lodge, at Apple- Church. Igrove'.IjLd; and N. Main St... *. Mr. Paul is commercial'"divi* ' Hal'61d''A!liney heaid'S the build- sion assistant for Ohio'Power.CO: ing ;• committee. "' Construction,.' James . Grjesinger is chairmari WMch /begins immediately, is set for the program to follow the for completion in August. |6:30dlnher. e^tsM Canada When France's President pe Gaulle fanned the* passions of Fi-ej-cii-Cahaaian _epar^ti_ts duritiff'^hi_ J^hort-liV^ yisit to Quebec last summ---, h& was .Hotlf /-U^-tsect of l^fhi'io stir an tix>ub,le.."The charge 'i}.as rria-le with _<__ie jtistice.: Buti-^ent d-veiopments sliglre^t thatifee ffl|__he ato^a#;%-& ___■'________.__. ___________ _•___. __'«__?______" ~.t_.__ 'i____<___i___>_''_ brightly before he ?• -?.-t it. *'.\>. i' ■»•. ,v the time, Prime ^riiater -__t__t_on of Upanada brand: r O.aiille'? i«mar__5 5-ifui__-_eptab--;" :an4?it^^. Fi^h'ch ^--it'l-l- in a hiiff. _«Io^;-_^^;_,'--__Yi^_nr-i r_Vi_ea' ^-toB: granting 'specifj_^Utii-^ and leial "rig^' to <&£,-. French desc-©tf-^e ^remie^^l?r-nch-sp_a-fr iueFec," Daniel Johnson,' -KJ-3$t_.J--h__: ideft but. says':W^t _c demands much n_or«. lie ^w^uats-to split ___ux__^ Jritish and French sections, and would like to have the French -anjKuage-placed m »--_*Ms---'!_f--l^^''^tWWy: •^*h ESoglish, f-": -:./ ia;..■-..'■ '■ 'A1 '■••■;■ '• • The stand ;of'tne Que_flBC: prcrojer • indi_ates that the citizens- of his .province.feel some real bitterness about being regarded as secondrclass -Canadians. This was, in part, what i)e Giaulle had in rriind. In any case, the^e is little doubt that Ke would ^.welcome further widening of jthe Frejp.ch. and Bhtish'i-ftr-nt__had&- -• ■.■: •>-■■ - ■-,■-• ■' • North Canton Rotary Club was the winner of six awards at thei annual District 665 conference i held Friday through Sunday at Atwood Lodge. They received, for the second consecutive year, the District Governor's Cup. This designated them the top club in the district for clubs with from 41-100 members. They could obtain permanent possession of the cup with a third win for this year's program. The other top honor was tlie Past District Governor's Award, for which clubs, competed regard,- _es_ of siz-. Local Rotar^ received it for its unique annual Rotary TV Day in which they man station WJAN-17, providing commercial advertising for the day. They also received first place honors for attendance and for International Service Work, which includes sponsoring the exchange of local and foreign students. Second place awards were received for both general Club Service and for Vocational Service. The club also initiated a new district award this year for Creativity in club planning. It was won by Boardman Rotary. Dr. William T. Krichbaum ac- ■crpted the awards for local Rotary. Harold Royer, local program qo-ordinator, spoke to a program seminar and Paul Schwitzgebel related his experiences as an Interna tion al Rotary foundation Fellow, which gave him a year of study in New Zealand. Peter ■ Staveley,- English exchange student studying at Hoover, was master of ceremonies for a party of all district exchange students that was part of Saturday's conference program. Ohio Power Official Clearmount To Hold Open House - Dessert Soslal Wednesday In conjunction with the Spring Open House, Clearmount PTA will have its annual bake sale and dessert social Wednesday, May 1, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm in the multi-purpose room. Teachers will be in their class rooms to answer Vfsmtig- parents;— ■ An added attraction this year is' a "Something Else Again" booth featuring treasures for the entire family. Parents are being asked to donate baked goods, white elephants, needle work, books, records, and other mis_el- laneous it< ms. Mrs. John Zumkehr is the chairman, assisted by Mrs. Lyle Carr, co-chairman. Battle of Bands Contest Friday Some 50 local Jaycees will be on hand at Moonlight Ballroom Friday night to assist at the. regional "Battle of the Bands" contest being sponsored by North Canton Jaycees. 12 bands will be competing from 8 until 12 midnight for a chance to go to the state contest at Marion May 11 and the national contests set for June on the Steel Pier at Atlantic City. North Canton will be represented by "The Radical Change" group made up of Tris Lp- Work is slated for the north side of Schneider Rd. SE.; Ciinton Ave. SE.; both sides of Sheraton Dr. NW between Portage St. and Valley View St.; and N. Main St. from the existing sidewalks to Applegrove Rd. In other business, Council: PASSED final reading on an emergency basis of an ordinance to contract with Celarius and Hilmer & Associates, Cincinnati architects, to design the new City Hall. A clause was added stating that the firm will hire Kenneth H. Dansizen of North Canton as a consulting architect for a fee not to exceed one per j cent of the building's construction cost. Council also voted to transfer $5,000 from earnings on investments to ihe City Hall building fund. TABLED a resolution to construct sanitary sewer lines on Salway Ave. SW until proposed changes can be studied; and did not remove from the table an ordinance to establish a new electrical code and license procedure for electricians. Weldon C. Page, director of administration said that more time is needed to study and incorporate suggestions from Ohio Power Company and the electrical contractors association. APPROVED final reading of an ordinance to increase water service connection and meter installation rates. Minimum service goes from $90 to $150 for city residents. ADOPTED on an emergency basis assessments for grading, draining, curbing, paving, storm sewers and sidewalks on Summit St., Fair Oaks Ave. and Bachtel St. SW. :Vp___D. to construct sanitary sewer'arid water lines on Sunford Ave. SE. from Lynbrook St. SE Councilman also learned that last years sidewaik work is toeing completed; and grading in the East End improvement project is also being finished. REFERRED to committee a letter from George W. Swallow, realtor, requesting sewer and water service for a 71-acre industrial park in Jackson 'township. HEARD a letter from several neighborhood associations in the area proposed for a possible sewage disposal plant for North Canton. They objected to the site as a detriment to the area and safety hazard for children and offered to cooperate in considering community sewage facilities elsewhere. CONSIDERED a complaint about unsightly vacant lots on the W"st side of Hillcrest Ave. SW, across from Hoover High Scnool. Weidon C. Page, director of administration, said a letter has been sent to Frank Peters, the owner, asking him to remedy the situation. LISTENED to a request that the signal light on Schneider Rd. SE and Clearmount Ave. be changed to a flasher. Police Chief Robert Fulk said that would defeat the purpose of the light to permit schoolchildren to push a tripper switch to cross Schneider St. HEARD a question from Ward 2 Councilman David Johnson about the granting of nine variances by the Zoning Board of Appeals for a building on Portage St. NW. W. I. Mutchmore, Ward 4 councilman, and representative to the zoning board said all the variances were minor, and the surrounding residents are in favor of the construction. " zaw, Lyn Harwell, Glenn Adair, questions ot pgte.S-Va_js.on. Joel Owens and. . .H , .. ... •J-_W^_rT-fl_Ha; 'T_._Fwon''_ie to-S-lliteider St. SE.'Emergeffcy —*■— taken to speed up local contest last Nov. 25. The. teen-age musicians will compete from six bandstands being constructed by Jaycees to action was the work SET a public hearing to zone the newly annexed Woodrow Ave. ring the dance floor at the ball- ™ S£efn f°L^,° r.!_ JES?**' ____, Tw.ii __ _,_!.__ „_ _„ a May 27 in Council Chambers. Gun Safety Talk Set Sunday at Jr. High A gun safety program, open to all families in the area, is being sponsored by Jaycees at 1:30 pm Sunday at the Junior High School. The program,, recognized by the National Rifle Association, will be presented 'by William Camp. He will show the proper handling of weapons. Mothers and children are especially invited to become acquainted with safety techniques in dealing with weapons, and home-storage of weapons. Ron Crum is chairman of the project. room. They'll be backed up by a professional guest band, The Blue Soul, . from the ballroom stage. . Judges for the event include Canton Mayor' Stanley Cmich; Clay.E.'Hunter, Municipal Court judge; Robert Alguire of the Ohio Power .Co.' and a professional drummer; and C.W. Whitemyer, presid nt of the Canton Feder-. ation of Musicians. Dave Tolson is contest general chairman, and working with him are Dave Alvarez, Dennis Fleck- ner, Larry Breckenridge, Joe Vito, Tinri Shafer, Dr. Richard LEARNED that the b i d for water line construction was awarded to Hopple Brothers, Inc. of Canton, lowest of six bidders with $29,358.53. The engineers estimate was $32,695. The bid for insurance on city vehicles went to Nationwide In- and ensemble surance Company for $2,129.36, erva. lowetet of two bids. | The band is preparing for its Of four bids for a pick up public concert set for May Junior High Band to Oom^ie For Rating; Has Concert May 10 The 90-member Junior High School band, under the direction of Henry Leitner, for the first time will participate in District 8, Ohio Music Education Association, competitions. May 4 the 7th and 8th graders will take part in competition at East Canton and on May 11 they- will send a delegation to the solo contest in Min- truck for the water department, W & J Chevrolet was low with $1,596. HEARD from Mayor Charles B. Strausser of the "great loss to the city" of Paul Schneider, Longbrake and Richard Sutton, j city electrician and electrical in- 10 and for its part in the annual Spring Concert by the Hoover High School band on May 18, Musicians in the elementary pro- gram from the 5th and 6th grades will also join for the concert. Y's Men's Club to Ready Pool Etor June 1 Opening Y's Mens Club members have a busy weekend,- slated. A crew of members- will devote houirf on' Saturday and Sunday to preparing the .Nol-th Canton Y Pool "on;-Howe-*-St.. for opening on June 1-. ' . Saturday, af 8' pm, the club is sponsoring , a.pu. Ii fc ^--square dance .at" the Community Building; V - '";' " '= . ( A' ■'■ ". "': Board of Education Meets Friday at Orchard Hill- This month's postponed North Canton Board of Education meeting, which , will, consider teacher's contracts, is s_t for1 Friday, April 26, at 8;15,'p.m. at Orchard HU1 School. . - , ELKS BREAK GROUND. North Canton Elks, Lbdge 2029 broke ground Sunday for a new ,$82,Qpa addition to its lodge hall at Applegrove^and N. ,|fflajh" St:-Exalted Ruler Charles Smith and Mayor Charles B. St_-_us_-*r shared thg.. duty ot turning tbe first spadeftjl o_ -»»_. for IM:;60 j_y:,SS.>'•- Its?6-ick-_-»»-_-_ addition, las.lodge offic-xaJiftoked on. j •m Clocks Move Ahead Sunday " Six months of _>ayligttt Sav.- ing- Time--b-gihs-'for OHioan_ • Sunday; April 28,'at the of fie ' lal time of 2 am. This twice* apnuaT turfiihg- ctf- the clocks; this ■ time they dire moVed aHMad, -dates'- _aok to Wk>r_d War n. It 6ec_me more unij- form in 1966 when Congre_4 parsed-a law that _ad_ state must : establish a unifornj _t_t-JWide time. Clocks w 11 \ be gloved back On'GWt. 27. ; _____ :.JUNIOR WOMEN PRESENT GIFT. To mark Youth Conservation _>ay, May 20, the con_- seryatloh apartment of Nprth Canton Junior Wbmans Club has provided an Ocean Science- Study;:Kit for nse by Hoover High School Bcience students. Mrs. Richard Kolp, conserva." tio^i chairman, made the early presentation of the kit to Gordon Knisely, Hoover-Science tea-her,: lapt w£ek Bine* his Earth Science Students are doing ocean studies this w^ek. the kiti1wa_ published by the U.S: Naval 0_eanographic office and includes. books, mips _5ur -chukte U.at,w_Usuppier<|___t textbook BtHdy,
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1968-04-24|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Description||Beginning June 28, 1995, published as The sun journal.|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
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|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Description||Beginning June 28, 1995, published as The sun journal.|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton public Library|
OCK TOr JOB -3Rl_ATK)_f
Vol. 42 — No. 32
2 Sections — 14 -Pag**.-
NO-W_I<_A--TON( 0**IO t___D*]£SDAY, APRILS,1968
10c per copjr
take Your Time
There is a hint of Spring in the air in spite of the chill
winds, and 'maverick snow. There is a quickening of spirit
that makes us want to be up and doing. Plans for action are
burgeoning in our mind_. Our steps are quicker, our motion;-
fa_--i\ There is so much we want to get done!
That* s all very fine. But you don't have to do everything
-ill: at once. If you do so, you are sure to miss out on something. So — take your time! Check yidur plans — you will
find'that you. will discard some when you think them over.
iVjttdj if you take your time, you will dd-first things first and
thus have more time.
I'm finding this put. Such plans as I had! They would
have r_sqiiired fourteen-hour working days to even make a
den. in them. And then I took another tumble. Two weeks in
b6dAffectively messed up my schedule.
So I have had to take, my own advice and take my time.
An4 I'hi finding out it works. First, the plans had to be
sorted out and cut down. Next, things had tdbe done in the
order of their importance. The first thing I found out was
__.•#! I had cluttered up my time with unimportant things.
Then when I did the most important tasks first, there
wasn't anything hanging over me that had to be done. Arid
when I exercised my mind to plan how I tv_>uld do a .job, the
actual.physical doing took less time. ■ '
,'--There is another compensation in taking your time. It
is. the sense* -of "enjoyment in a_complishh.en t, rather than
of/depression on, that more has not been ^ote/lf fiiix nave
-a__Hi,/yqur time, you can.properly evaluate ._he Vfiorjc'you
■ Jjg^^ ^n.^-f-r-i 9^_jk__Ui-i .•:v-_kk?-.. 'to-;- ii-iiiria-^i^fc^' A' ;"i: - $A^ ^::A.
.-.., "..-iTherie is a sensei of peace that comes /with taking your
t__t->._ 0MMfer oj_-ie _aret-i-!d judgei told me that alter the
had a hear, attack arid had }_> slow up, he f6uhdtH_i. he was