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Vol. 57-No._:d ; mm North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, April 16, 1980 Completely Local News One Section j4 Pages fflfteen Cents. Tentative Agreement is Reached $200,000 Grant Approved •■•.I *;■#•■•.>_! #11 Pttotograph toy Mike Donato ____e_AiI>E!RlS H10NOREID. Culb Scout De&ders of Pack #5 were honored with a Recognition Dinner alt ithe Pines on Tuesday, lAlpr: 8 for --pelr unselfish WOife wilith these fcids, by tlie iNoDth Cariton Opitroislt. Club. Pit- :twed above are 1(1. to r. front tow) Ned iSeliHsky, Optimist President; •Mary Ann Fisher, Seeretatry; Jan Motor, 'Ass'it. Den (Leader; (toaidkrow) Rfldk 3?lislher, Cub Master; Mark Mohr, Den Leader and?'Frankte O'Tooie, . Records. Cub Master, Rick iFisher, "told the club,^atjbult some of the IFather and Bon projects, mentioning ithe "Plnewood !t>erlby" an_ ithe ulpcomtag "Kjilfe 'Flying Contest" "ait Dbgwaod. Park on Saturday, Alpr. .26 ait 1 pJm. Three c'f ithe culb scou'ts recently received ithe "£od and Country award and nearly 100% of the WeeMos received the "Arr^ow of JJight award. . Currently the Pack has 31 members. The program concluded witti a Slide show on Kenya, presented by Dr. Roger Wood, Professor of Bduca!-on and Psychology alt Mlalone College " "/*h'x_. The Hoover Coi ^flSS-N IBEW Local 198E ^$&?**-?# ched a tentative tf'''*$■•%*;'$! pending member bmtM Negotiators representing- The Hoover Company and 1985 haverea- agreement pending membership ratification on April 20, 1980. Agreement has been reached on financial matters with a few non - monetary issues to be written and signed next week. v The contract expires at midnight April 18, 1980. _———-_—————- ,* Date Gerber i Dies In Florida North Canton To Get New Senior Citizen Center Facility : ^ DeVere Kauftnlam. -09 W.. Melbourne Ave.; Silver Spring, Maryland,, was honored alt Ithe Twellfith . ariiuual lAiluiirj^. D&y, of ilhe Co|^^of-:Agri^i. ' of ffihfi <M6- State Uniyens%.: A _962 PtoJD. igira-uBitJe of «he College, he wlas 6rte of eight reciipieinlts of the 1980 Distinguished 'Alumni ' Award. Karulfman is at soil mtcr^iologisit 4n the Pesticide Degradation L&fooiraitioiry of the TJpi- ,*ed States Departoiienit of Agriculture., -He fe shown receiving his award from Im Deejp, chairman df Jthe Dapartaienit of. Planf JPatfii-- ology ait.Ithe College. Mr, Karttfman; is lt_ie son of Mr. and Mirs: DeVere Kaufman of $42 Buim-, miitSE. :"-.: ■.■' •.''"-■ '• Joe Dunn Guest Speaker At NC Rotary Northwood PI* Meets Next Monday On April 21 at 7:30 p.m. the NOrthwood school PTA Will meet. Mrs. Judy Zimmerman, public school art teacher, will present the" program entitled "How To Preserve Your Child's School Art Work". Tom smith, a.Northwood parent, will present a musical devotion. President, Mrs. SueBen- ham, will install the new 1980-81 P.T.A. officers. They are as follows! Mrs. Bottle McGrew, president; Mrs. GlndyLazor, vice pre sident; Mrs. Carol S_nd- ;'<•• _rihk%^s^J&t_ita'-: 'Mrs. Dale C. Gerber, fornierj North Canton City Council; president, died. Monday,:.: morning, Apr. 14 at Lake. Wales, Fla. He and his wife Agnes had lived" at 205 7th St. NE before moving to. Florida about three years5 ago. .'■-■:•■'.' '".'.A'. Mr_ Gerber was a retired chief engineer ancl' patent attorney-for': the Hob'" Company. tfe/Was ver Company. He'was a $orth Cariton Gdunfellraan^ :"<•• fetiti-k ^^^J&fc^'^'Mrs. ^Council: P«resideht, Jservi"' '" 'Sawn" "ttplecK, treasurer, "as president and was vei Missionary Night April 21 At Faith United Methodist Church PViiith Ualted MethdaiSt Church is ho-dlng a Mission Night on Monday, Apr* 21 at 7:30 pjm. in Robinson Hafl df tflhe church, 300 W. 9th St. Four speakers will speak on Oklahoman Indian work, secondary educattma in Sotrth Carolina, training nurses for devebaping countries and the overall work of ihe tBoainl of M3ss_ons, National Division Rev. Reuben7 Abhaitty, presently pastor of a United Methodist Church In Ok- iahoiaia City and a member of the PklahomalndianMis- sion Conference, will speak on Indian affairs. Barbara Boultirighouse will talk a- bout the Boylan - Haveh- Mather Academy in Camden, south Carolina, where she ls currently serving as principal and superintendent. The school is related to . the United Methodist Church. Rev. James M: B rinks, former, missionary to Sarawak,currentlyserv- es ias Administrative Dlr- lector of the International Nursing services Association and will discuss how this organization provides advanced speciallzedintea- slve training for nurses from developing countries. Rev. James Lyles of the Board of Global Miiflstrite . in New yTbrk will be on hand to talk about the over all work o( the National Division. There will be displays and V refreshements. The public is cordially Invited. This is. : a^cooperative venture of the North Canton City Council met Monday evening, Apr. 14 and adoprted legislation permitting the Mayor to enter into a professional service agreement to provide architectural plans and speeiflca-ions for a barrier-free senior citizen and handicapped center at Dogwood Park on 7th Stf. NE. •:.>•' ;-.i-->Jde;Dunn'-. '■'•'* ■ joe Dunn; Director of ! fo^mferly worked at Chan Special Events/Athletics at the University of Akron, willbe representingGordon Larson, Athletic Director at Akron U., at the Thurs- <. day, Apr. 17 meeting of the North Canton Rotary Club. Mr. Dunn will speak on 'fA, Step Away From the Big- time". Members of the Rotary Club and guests will meet at Community Christian Church on April 17 at 6:30 p.m. for their dinner meeting. Mr. Dunn, has been employed for the past four nel^3 In Sharpn„,Pa_.,,be>. fore Joining the Zip staff. Mr. Dunn is a member of fhe First Evangelical Church and the Akron Optimist Club. The 34-year- old' Dunn remains active in athletics and competes In one of Akron's riumer-; ous softball leagues.Hewas recently married and re-' sides iri,Kent. "Julie Myers of 7550 Car-, men Dr., has been cast as Claudine in the Miami University production of the p.ujrc- »y- ~;r„,rj^»;«*„ ~ni play ""Luahn Hampton La-, years by the University of P^ oberlander» which Akron as Ettrector of Spec- ^iU be presented on the ial Events/Athletics. He is unIversity campus in Ox- a 1974 graduate of Kent State and .received his Bachelor of Science degree in tele .-.communications: He ford for six performances over two weekends, April 10-12 and 17-19. Mrs. Jfean Rennecker, and Mrs. Marge Hazelton, delegates and Mrs. '.. Leana Earles, alternate delegate. Senior High Youth Plan ram , "God's: Helping Hands," a: puppet ministry. of the Senior High Youth fromBe- thany munited Methodist Church, will be pres enting a special program of skits and songs,, comedy and variety for adults as well as children at 7 p.m. Sunday, Apt;. 27,' at Faith United Methodist Church, 300-9th St., NW. This evangelical program Is under the direction of Mrs. Gerald Fouts and is sponsored by the Evangelism, Committee of Faith UM church; . Child care for infants will: be provided. The public is invited to attend. , ••. -' Plans Complete R>r Hoover 'Aft^r-Prom' ' The pl?ns for the 11th ^Annual ^'After "- Prom", Party for Hoover High , School are now complete. The Ned/Lehmans, Chairmen of the Refreshments Committee, have annpunc- ed that free refreshments will be served throughout the evening consisting of . pizza, sloppy joes,pretzels , potato chips, other _snacfes and a flill lineofsoftdrinks. This "After - Prom" Party will be held at,the Jewish Community Center at 2641/Harvard Ave., NW, Canton,' from midnight to 4:30 a.m. This party is limited to Juniors and seniors at Hoove* High-School^ and tickets, are available at the southv Campus between now and .May 2nd. .No tickets will be avail-: able at the door. : The Bob Spratts, Chairmen of the Entertalnmerifc Committee, have now finalized all the plans and suggest that you purchase your tickets now for a fun night. Band Plans ... Rehearsal DatesFwQuee'1 . „-—,-_, ,-,, -. Janton DistHct;bf toe^t- ^ as president and was very-X ed Methodist Church. ' active in the North Cantort Rotary Club and.was.a member of the 'Norths Canton Masonic Lodge. He was a jnember of numerous other civic organizations. He leaves his wife, Agnes of Lake: Wales; Fla.; three sons, Ronald of Albany, N.Y., VThonias of San Jose , Calf., and Douglas of North Canton; a daughter, "Mrs. Peggy Segre of Dover, Mass.; 8 grandchildren; and one sister, Grace Stter of.Loulsvllle. Funeral services will be Thursday, Apr.-17, at Johnson Funeral Home, Lake Wales, Fla. Memorial contributions may be-made to GoodShep- hard Hospice, Box 1183, Wlnterhaven, Fla. 33880. ■ Rev. .James Lyles The North Canton Community Band is preparing for their- summer concert season, with rehearsals.on Wednesday evenings at7:30 p.m. at Hoover High School South Campus Band Room. ' People are needed in every section, with no auditions necessary. Evenlf youhaven'tplayed in years, come out and enjoy the fun. For further information, contact Ralph Norman, 494- 1279 or Lucy Davis, 499- 6389. Dean Kendall, Exhalted Ruler Of NC Lodge DEAN KENDALL The newly installed E_- alted Ruler of North Canton Lodge No. 2029, BenevolentaridProtective Order of Elks, Is Dean Kendall of 805 foster Ave. SE. He was installed during a meeting of the lodge Apr. 2 and. will serve for the year 1980-81. He succeeds jack Mobley who has been appointed manager' bf the club. . •' ..-.'■ Other officers installed include Zeph Gillman, Leading Kni^it; Thomas Riley, Loyal Knight; Robert Busey, Lecturing Knight;, Paul Rowlee, Secretary; Robert Prentz, Treasurer; Ray taFontalne, Tiler; Robert Melster , Sr., Chaplain; Ron Ronske, Organist; Orrln Bose, Trustee. Harry Christman andStu- art Marlette are the-hold over Trustees. The installation ceremony was conductedby Past District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Robert Krauth assisted by other past exalted i_iers of the lodge^ . The new officers and their wives will be Introduced to be members during' the annual Exhalted Rulers Bail to be held Saturday evening Apr. 12 at the lodge. Contest Deadline h April 21 -The Norfa Canton jaycee 1 Wives\ announce April 21 as their NEW DEADLINE for accepting applications for the 1980 North Canton jaycee FairQueen Contestants. The queen will be 'chosen during the fair. The contest lis open to girls between the ages of 16 and 21 who live In the North Canton, Jackson or Plain Local SchoqJ District. All entrants will be Interviewed tb determine 10 finalists. These finalists will he required to appear at the North Canton Jaycee Fair, which will beJune- through the 14/ the Memorial Day Parade, and the Fourth of July Parade. ■ Applications are available at the high schools, the North Canton YMCA, and the North CantonChani- 1 ber of Commerce. Additional forms may be obtained by contacting Mrs,. Michael Bardare or any Jaycee Wife.. Canton Camera Club Will Meet Apr. 18 The Canton Camera Club win meet April 18 at 8 in the Community Room of the First Federal savings and Loan Assn. 1000 N. Main St. North Canton. Atwenty- minute slide presentation will be given by Chester and Ellen Muckley and the PS A slide program Tops in Travel #4 will be shown. All interested in photograr phy are -invited. A sociaj hour will follow. : i City Council tfill receive $200,000 from the Community Development Block Grant Program to construct the center on the Dogwood Park shelter site, According to Mayor Dennis Grady, the grant is expected to cover demolition .'-of the present shelter, as well as design, construction and furnishing of the new building. in addition to housing the senior citizen's recreation- • al program, currently located at the Civic Center, the new facility will be available for the same rentals as the current shelter. The one - story structure i. is expected to cover a minimum of 3,500 square feet. The building will be energy -efficient, have kitchen facilities, be carrier-free on the inside and have a driveway close to the entrance for easy access. The Mayor has noted that the current shelter has little salvageable material. Receipt of block grant fiinds is contingent on bidding and preliminary work being completed by the end of August. The mayor already has spoken to an architectural firm about drawingup plans for the project, vln other action, Council: AGREED to annex Coventry Station in Plain Town- ;. ..ship, containing 19.46 acres 'I to North Canton. *- '■"' GAVE second reading to an ordinance establishing the rates of compensation for elected officials, effective December 1,1981. AUTHORIZED the Mayor to enter into an agreement with the Board of Stark County Commissioners for financing and administration of the Metro Narcotics Project at a cost not to exceed $12,«25.00. AGREED to advertise and receive bids andfortheMa- yor.to enter into a contract for Whipple Ave. NW water line cross overs between Everhard Rd. SW and Glenwood St. SW. AUTHORIZED extension of a 12-lnch water line on Whipple Ave. NWfrom Belden Village St. NW tolnter- jstate 77 and an 8 - inch water line on Convenience Cir. NW, to the east end with the water line to pro- ■vlde service to Belden Square No. 1. _* OKAYED payment toBel- den Gravel Products, Inc., $5,226.00 for theoversizing .of a water line for Belden Square No. 1. PASSED an ordinance a- mending section 4 of Ordinance 27089 by the estab- • lishment of a lifeguardAn- .structor B classification - and compensation and the establishment of Lifeguard B classification and compensation. GAVE first reading to an ordinance authorizing the Mayor to enter into an a- ■ greement by and between 'the City ofNorth Canton and the City of Canton for the purpose of providing legal representation by the City of Canton throu^l its Law Department and Prosecutor's Office with regard to the prosecution of criminal cases and other related matters provided in the Canton MiuhicipanCourt." AUTHORIZED the Board 'of Control to advertise and receive bids according to 'specifications now on file in the Office of_the Efirec- tor of' Administration and the Mayor to enter into a .contract for the purchase ' of one 1980 compact automobile and one 1980 one- half ton pickup truck. SET the next North Cannon City Council meeting for Monday, Apr. 28 at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers. Outstanding Young Woman Award Presentation Apr. 23 ;\ Wilma Smith The North Canton Jaycee Wives will announce itthfe year's' recipiertt of the Outstanding Young Woman Award alt a banquet Wednes_ay, Apr. 23 be- ginn-ng at 6:30 p_n. at Shady Hollow Country Club. Wilma SmSlth, Cleveland television personally, wi\> speak following dinner. Plumbers Exam Set For Tonight An examination for Master Plumbers and Journey- . rteh will be held on Wednesday/Apr. 16, at 7 p.m. at North Canton City Hall. Questions should be directed to William Jeffries, Sr., chief Plumbinglnspec- tor. Wilma smith, Afternoon Exchange hostess and Eyewitness News weekend an- chorperson, came toWEWS in July, 1977* from WEW- TV in Richmond, Va. Born in Cleveland and raised ln Garfield Hts., Wilma graduated from Garfield Hts .High School as a member of the "National HonorSociety.Her parents still reside in the area. She graduatedsumma cum laude from Bowling Green State University where she obtained a doub le major inSpeech and English. She received aMaster, of Arts degree in broadcasting and journalism from Bowling Green and briefly attended Toledo University Law School. She accepted her first broadcasting at WXEX-TV, an ABC affiliate In 1971. Tickets for the banquet can be purchased from any club member or by contacting Mrs. William Krejci. Deadline for all reservations is April 16.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1980-04-16|
|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|
Vol. 57-No._:d ;
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, April 16, 1980
One Section j4 Pages fflfteen Cents.
$200,000 Grant Approved
Pttotograph toy Mike Donato
____e_AiI>E!RlS H10NOREID. Culb Scout De&ders of Pack #5 were honored
with a Recognition Dinner alt ithe Pines on Tuesday, lAlpr: 8 for --pelr unselfish WOife wilith these fcids, by tlie iNoDth Cariton Opitroislt. Club. Pit-
:twed above are 1(1. to r. front tow) Ned iSeliHsky, Optimist President;
•Mary Ann Fisher, Seeretatry; Jan Motor, 'Ass'it. Den (Leader; (toaidkrow)
Rfldk 3?lislher, Cub Master; Mark Mohr, Den Leader and?'Frankte O'Tooie, .
Records. Cub Master, Rick iFisher, "told the club,^atjbult some of the IFather
and Bon projects, mentioning ithe "Plnewood !t>erlby" an_ ithe ulpcomtag
"Kjilfe 'Flying Contest" "ait Dbgwaod. Park on Saturday, Alpr. .26 ait 1 pJm.
Three c'f ithe culb scou'ts recently received ithe "£od and Country award
and nearly 100% of the WeeMos received the "Arr^ow of JJight award.
. Currently the Pack has 31 members. The program concluded witti a Slide
show on Kenya, presented by Dr. Roger Wood, Professor of Bduca!-on
and Psychology alt Mlalone College "
"/*h'x_. The Hoover Coi
^flSS-N IBEW Local 198E
^$&?**-?# ched a tentative
tf'''*$■•%*;'$! pending member
The Hoover Company and
pending membership ratification on April 20, 1980.
Agreement has been reached on financial matters
with a few non - monetary
issues to be written and
signed next week. v
The contract expires at
midnight April 18, 1980.
Date Gerber i
North Canton To Get New
Senior Citizen Center Facility
: ^ DeVere
Kauftnlam. -09 W.. Melbourne Ave.; Silver
Spring, Maryland,, was honored alt Ithe Twellfith
. ariiuual lAiluiirj^. D&y, of ilhe Co|^^of-:Agri^i.
' of ffihfi