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'Lfb. 0h. Vol. 58-No. 1 Completely TlIJ.7 North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, October 29, 1980 News One Section 16 Pages Fifteen Cents ' Photograph by The Dark Room CONTEJST WINNERS. The four first place winners in the 1980 Pumpkin Carving and Decorating Contest, sponsored by the North Oanton Area Chamber of Commerce, -held Sunday, Oct. 26 at the Ccmmunity Building YMCA are (1. tb r.) Heather Rittenour, winner In the B division (grades 5, 6, 7, 8) with her cat face;.Todd Moncrief, winner in the A division (grades 1?2, 3,.4) with ihJis Pumpkin People Watcher; Karen Mbrfcrief, winner in the D. division (adults) With her reversible scene pumpkin; and Eric Mulhern, winner in the C" division (grades 9, 10, 11, 12) with his owl. First' place winners receive $25, second place received $15 and third received $5. The winning pumpkins are on display in the Nortih Canton Chamber of Commerce window through Holloween. mt'& -.'■-"■'.- Fji<Jtu_.rai_i_ by ttUxv-Doiuuu PLANNING BENEFIT_ Mrs? V. T. Mehta. (right"),president Of the jStferk County Medical Society Auxiliary; and Mrs. . !S. T. Centrone '('left), chairanan of the Annual Dinner Dance Benefit are making plans for £_ie doming everit. The dinner dance benefit ntght will be held at Sh&dy Hollow Qnin try Olub November 1 ait 6:30 pjm. 7 Marilyn Giey Is Worthy Grand Matron New'Foreign MARILYN GIEY Marilyn J. Giey was installed as Worthy Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter of Ohio, Order of-The . Eastern Star in Dayton at its 91st Session, October 23. As the head of the State of Ohio, Mrs. Giey willbe in charge of 545 Subordinate Chapters throughout the State. Mrs. Gley, who lives with her husband, Daryl, at 154. Briar AVe., NE, is; a 25 year member of the.Order. She was Worthy Matron of her local Chapter, William H. Hooyer in 1973 serving as an Officer each year since it was instituted in 1968. She served as an appointed officer, GrandMar- tha, in 1975 for. the Grand Chapter of Ohio, thenstart- ed in the Line as Grand Warden in 1977. The Session held iri'Dayton, October 21 through October 23 draws about 8,000 members from all over the State?of Ohio as-well as- Grand Officers from other Grand Jurisdictions. A Vesper Service is held each year on the preceding Sunday with the mess age being given by an ESTARL Sta-, dent. The ESTARL program ts one. of The Order of the Eastern Star's way of helping students with their education in Religious Traih- ing.? 7 '■■-.' • ' ■-.' ■'• ' A Reception in honor of Mrs. Giey will be held in the Physical Education Building of the Stark County Campus of Kent State University Saturday, November 1. A dinner willbe served at 5.30 p.m. with the Reception at 7 p.m. This Reception Ls open to non> members as well as members from all over theState. i Remembering The Hostages On Nov. 4 Members of the North, Canton Jaycee Wives and Mayor Dennis, Grady will be tieing. yellow ribbons a- round the trees at City Hall ^on Election Day, November 4. This is a National Jay- '• , cee Wives project in honor of the fifty - two hostages in Iran. North Canton jaycee Wives ask that interested citizens" also tie yellow ribbons at their.homes or businesses on Election Day to show tljelr support' of the hostages. . , 7? e' Is Now Open Opening this week in Baker's Dozen Mall in North Canton is a new gift'shop called the Foreign .Exchange. Owners Chuck and Paul Baughman of North Canton, have studied and traveled extensively throughout Europe and Scandanavia. They bring with them a rich know ledge of customs, traditions and unique gift ideas. ' /mong the large variety of items in the?shop are German .nutcrackers, smoking men artd Christmas pyramids, Swedish handmade dolls and collectibles as well as the largestselec- tion of Orrefors crystal in the Canton area. Hoover fans will also be pleased with the collection of Viking figures and accent pieces from Scandanavia. The owners invite you to come and see their large selection of European gifts especially chosen to help you celebrate this-Christy mas Season in a special way. The shop is located In the lower level of tlieBak- 7 er's Dozen Mini - Mall just south of the North Can-: • ton Community. Building "'.; YMCA. . •• J. A. Maxwell To Be Rotary District Governor In 1982-83 Canton Rotary Club member John A. "Jack" Maxwell, Jr., retired editor, of the Canton Repository, will be District 665 -governor of Rotary International in 1982-83. Announcement of Max- Well's selection was made Friday, Oct. 24 at Canton Rotary Club's weekly meeting in Mergus restaurant by past District Gov. Stanley C. Ewing of the Canton club on behalf of past District Gov. C. William Hul- bert of Hubbard, chairman of the district's nominat-.-; ing committee. • '■..'.- The announcement coih7 elded with the visit Friday,1 Oct. 24 to the Canton club by present Distr.ict Gov. William H. Stull of North Canton. District 665 includes' 43 clubs in northeastern and eastern Ohio, 10. of them in Stark County. Maxwell was president of Marion Rotary Club in 1958; -59 and president of Canton Rotary Club in 1975-76. In recent years, he has been active at the district level as chairman of the Vocational Service Committee for three year**' and currently as Stull's. representative in. pivision Two of the dis- .trict. That division covets most of the Stark County clubs. Donald J. McTigue of the Giranl - Liberty Rotary Club willbe district governor in 1981-82. Maxwell will succeed him on July 1. 1982. Stull met with" Jon Stein, Canton club president, late Friday morning, addressed the club at noon and met With club committee chairmen early in the afternoon. At Friday's meeting,past District GoV. Stewart P. Witham was presented to the chib by Richard Anderson under the Canton club's cur- ; rent policy of "reiritroduc.- ing' veteran members. " Zion UCC And Community Christian Unite For Services _ ^ c^pf&"ions of 2ion United Church of Christ and Community Christ- _«n.£hurdh' tooth °* North Canton, will unite m services on Sunday, Nov. 2 at* 10:40 a jn. at Zion United Chunk of Chrtsft. That day Is Zlon's Annual 3W_s- sions Fair Sunday. Councilmen Hear Opposition To Proposed Amendment North Canton City Council met' Monday evening, Oct. 27 in Council Chambers. Prior to the regular meeting, a public hearing was hefld. Paul Bogardus Inducted Into Hiram Athletic Hall of feme Paul Bogardus of Balnebridge, Ohio, was inducted into the Hiram Qbllege. Athletic Hall of Flame during ceremonies ax Hiram College on October 18. He is tihe son of Mr. and- Mrs. Charles "Bogardus of North Canton. Paul Bogardus is.a 1958 graduate of Hoover Hi gh School and a 1962 graduate Mo!!y Stark Seeks A YES vote; on Tuesday, ^JnvV147::fojr ?lssH«;.;2 lj^bj. **•« Stark" "Hospital 1 ": "Molly ■■- stark; Mill Senewal Operating Levy, Will allow Molly Stark < to continue operation aiid > services. ? .'• '! •' Services that MollyStark offers are iri and Out-patient TB Service; Mental Retardation Special Unit, Ar dultt)ay .Care Center; Long Term Skilled NUrsing Division; Chronic Hospital/ Rehabilitation Division, and Alcohol Unit. ?. Molly Stark Hospital was dedicated August 29, 19,29 as -a, -\ County TB Hospital. Following the decline in in* cidents of TB, Molly Stark began to admit medical patients discharged from area hospitals in 1968. - Located at 7900. Columbus I^d. NE," Louisville, the Stark County Commissioners serve as the governing board and meet monthly . with the administrative staff Molly Stark Hospital ii approved by the Ohio Department of Health and the joint Commission on Accredition of Hospital. According to Mrs. Kathryn E. Shearer, Business Administrator at the hospital, the levy raises about $1.7 million a year and this provides a major portion of the costs of operating the 137 -bedfacility.Other money: comes1 from Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance policies. Dr. Joseph Freydinger is administrator and medical director of the hospital and Dr. Anne W. Robinson is associate medlcaldirector. Blanche W.Rubin is chair man of theMolly Stark Hospital Levy Committee and Ruth Westlakeis treasurer. 'of Hiram College. At Hiram he excelled onboth the .football field and wrestling •.'•mat:He was a thrfee- year grid perform er and captain • ed the teaSn for one season. Mr. Bogardus was captain of the? wrestling '.squad for threfe of his four 7ye(ars,: captured Mostyal- 7\iableWrest|er honors as a .«jUnio&ahd&ri Ohio ^Athletic ■'"-'-"-'leje«8e; .title at 177 ivj|^%eMoii3iflf*iBo- • '&(nv_s' a!so?aclfye■"■__« _ * dorm jsoupselor .arid was a member of KappaSigmaPi. ; Mr. Bogfirdus went on tb earn a Master of Science degree in biology from Kansas State College. He has taught in the Painesville and Bedford School Systems and is currently teaching at K«*hstoh High School:" His skill ' and knowledge of wrestling have been influential as a coach on the high school level, where he ted Bedford to a second place continued on page 2 The public hearing concerned the proposed a- mendment to paragraph 6. Home Occupations of Subsection 7. Accessory Uses . of Chapter B. of Section H. of Ordinance 2940 (Zoning Ordinance of the City of North Canton) by the deletion of the clause excluding beauty and barber shops from the raster of permitted home occupation uses and by the addition of a provision with regard to the number of permitted operators in these shops and parking provisions. One person spoke in favor of the proposed amendment and a number of people spoke against the a- mendment. . At the August 6 North Canton Planning Commission, members voted 2 to 1 to recommend acceptance of the proposed amendment to Ordinance No. 2940. Council also received two letters August 21, opposing the amendment, from Virginia E. Beck, treasurer of Continental Hair Fashions, Inc., who resides at 260 Bonnett SW and from Edith S. McCrea of 918 Clear- • mount Ave. , 7 , .jpiring the regularmeet- -ao&.CoM^0 dinances. One ordinance designates North Canton Com-, miinify improvement Corporation as the agency of the City for industrial, com- merical distribution and fe- . search development, authorizing the execution of an agreement and plan for such development and confirming the plan. The other ordinance authorizes the supplemental appropriation of ftinds of the City to be appropriated from the unappropriated balance of the No. 06 Recreation Fund to the No. 06-511-28 Miscellaneous Service and Incidentals in the amount of $1,000. Given second reading only was a ordinance authorizing the City to enter info an agreement with Stark County in undertakingcom- munity development activities and an ordinance accepting a record plat of East - woods No. 3 Allotment located withih the corporate limits of North Canton. The next'regular Council meeting will beMonday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. iri Coun- cilChambers. NCAARP Meets Nov. North Canton A.A.R.P. Chapter No. 1400 wi 11 have its monthly dinner meeting Thursday, Nov. 6 at 12 noon in Zion United Church of Christ, S. Main St. Election of officers for the hew year will be held. Speaker, Bob K rah ling of . Jiattti^jtitipn JWiHJJ JCr w 111 be" featured.'Tifi^iibjecf Ef' Bloopers in Radio. Community Blood Draw The Community Blood Program Bloodmobile Schedule is as follows: Nov. 3, McKinley Senior High School, 2323 17th St. NW, Canton, 2.30 to 5p.m.; Nov. 6j Civic Renter, 1001 N. Market, Canton, 1 to 4 p.m. Nov. 11, Bolivar Fire Station, Water Street, 12.30 to 6 p.m.; Nov. 19, St. Haralambos Church, 251 25th St. NW, Canton, 4 to 7 p.m.; Nov. 21, Stark Metropolitan Housing, 510 High SW, Canton, 10 a.m. to 12 noon; Nov/24, Canton South High School, 600 Faircrest SW» Canton, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. IsNovJQ John M. Boyajian, President of the North Canton City Council; has scheduled an informative public hearing to be held November 10 at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers of North Canton City Hall. The purpose of said hear t ing will be the discussion of proposed water and sewer rate increases in the amount of thirty (30) percent of the first year, eleven (11) percent the second year and ten (10) percent the third year. Minimum usage will remain at 3,000 gallons per month. Mr. Boyajian indicated: "The public is invited to participate in an informal discussion with City officials regarding the aforementioned proposed rate increases." Electrical Contractors Exam Nov. 11 An examination for Electrical Contractors and Journeymen will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 11, at 7 p.m. in the Office of the Engineer at North Canton City Hall, 145 North Main St. Dots Bishop Dr. Dale Bishop and Dr. Robert Bates will be the principal speakers that morning. Dr. Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bishop ofNorth Canton, is Regional Seretary for the Near East office . of the United Church of Christ Board for World Ministries. Dr. Bates is the director of the Division of Overseas Missionaries and Personnel of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). The denominations which these two men serve cooperate in Near East missionary work. Following the morning worship hour, both congregations will reconvene at Community Christian Church for a quiche lorra- ine brunch, seryedby Community Christian. Following the morning worship hour, both congregations will reconvene at Community Christian Church for a quiche lorra- ine brunch, served by community Christian. Dr. Bishop will speak at -^evening.p_t®»n_._at_4i_n United Church_of Christ. This program begins with a pot luck: and shrimp supper. Crafts items donated by members of Zion will be on sale throughout the evening, with proceeds from the sale going to support missionary work. Men's Fashions Featured At Rotary Oct. 30 Jon Snyder's Clothier will present a men's fashion show at the Thursday, Oct. 30 meeting of the North Canton Rotary Club. Members and guest will meet at Community Christian Church for the 6:30 p.m. dinner meeting. North Canton Rotarians are reminded that the Christmas Party will be December 18 at Congress Lake. The Hoover Hi Lo's will perform and there will be a Christmas program. Make your reservations now. Chamber Christmas Celebration The North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce te-. minds N«rth Canton residents that the Old Fashioned Christmas celebration will be Sunday, Dec. 7. Also, the North CantonCham- ber office Ls still selling Christmas candles for the windows. Sr. Citizens Program Is Discontinued Effective November 17, the Senior Program sponsored by the North Canton Recreation Departmentwill he discontinued until fiirther notice. 36th Annual WHBC's Football Awards Banquet Is Nov. 5 The 36th~Annual WHBC's Football Awards Banquet will be held Wednesday night, >Nov. S. It VrfU <he held in the Garden Room bf the Mergus Reisstau- rant in downtown Canton. Meeting Is Cancelled The November meeUugof the North Canton Planning Commission has been cancelled due to lack of business. To be honored, will be the WHBC - Coaches All Stark County offensive and defensive teams, the play1 er of the year, the coach of .the year; and the Jim Miizzy Scholastic Achieve-. ment, AwSrd, winner.;; Tlie head football coaches; of the 20 football. playing schools in Stark County serve as the coaches on the player selction panel. Tlie scholastic winner is selected by faculty representatives from the area colleges and universities. • ?. The Major award winners last vear included Jeff Fow- ler.of Fairless High School ; 'as .the county' is most, valuable player. MlkeCurrence of Massillon as the coach 'of the year, and Mark Myers of MarUngtonwas named the scholastic winner. The guest speaker for this year's banquet will bean- . nounced soon. The entire awards presentation along with the speaker's remarks will- be broadcast over WHBC on Wednesday night, Nov. 5, at 8 p.m. -•' NEW OFFICERS Recemlj e tctod office, s of the Women's C-tanwh-ttee of Walsh; Couege are (left io right) Mrs. Oary F&rey, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Thomas Burnstad, re cording sccretao, Mrs James Inzctta Treasurer; Mrs. Michael drone, President'; Mrs. Edward Steigerwald. Vice President.
|Title||The Sun, 1980-10-29|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton public Library|
Vol. 58-No. 1
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, October 29, 1980
One Section 16 Pages Fifteen Cents
' Photograph by The Dark Room
CONTEJST WINNERS. The four first place winners in the 1980 Pumpkin Carving and Decorating Contest, sponsored by the North Oanton Area
Chamber of Commerce, -held Sunday, Oct. 26 at the Ccmmunity Building
YMCA are (1. tb r.) Heather Rittenour, winner In the B division (grades
5, 6, 7, 8) with her cat face;.Todd Moncrief, winner in the A division
(grades 1?2, 3,.4) with ihJis Pumpkin People Watcher; Karen Mbrfcrief,
winner in the D. division (adults) With her reversible scene pumpkin; and
Eric Mulhern, winner in the C" division (grades 9, 10, 11, 12) with his
owl. First' place winners receive $25, second place received $15 and third
received $5. The winning pumpkins are on display in the Nortih Canton
Chamber of Commerce window through Holloween.