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Vol. 58-^Qi*> 432ll North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, March 25, 1981 Completely Local News One Section 16 Pages Fifteen Cents SS» Board w Education M>ys each; Adopts School Calendar KJ0TA1RY ASSISTANCE. The North Caniton Rotary Club recently donated twenty season pass books to the. band directors df Hobver and OtenQiak High Schools, to be used by band students to see the Canton Siymphony Photograph by Mike Donato Orchestra perform. Pictured are (1. Ito _-.) Jim Jester, Jr., Rotary Youth Assistance Chairman; Tim Kuhne, Hoover Senior; Lynda-Bow- main, Hoover Junior; and Robert MeOleaster, Hoover Band Director. Hey Kids! Enter'The Sun' Easter Coloring Contest The North Cariton Sun Easter Coloring Contest is now underway for children ages 4 xihrou'gh 10 years. Entries are due no later than April 10, 1981. The pictures are on two inside pages of The Sun. Children can use any type of paint, watercolor or crayon. ALL 22 pictures must be colored to be eligible to win. Decision of the judges, is final and winners will, be announced April 15. Judging will be divided into two groups ,v ages 4-/7 and ages 8-10. Prizes in each group Will be $25.00 to 'each of the first place winners; $15.00 to each of the!second place:winners; ; $5.00 to each bf the third place winners and five $1.00 prizes iri each category. Local artist. Ellsworth .Smith Will::be-;.jua^hg;the contest.,.;: -.;> ,:.. . .., .... Mail entries ; to North Canton Sun, P.O. Box CC 2350, North Canton, Ohio 44720. Contest, sponsors are . Mohler Lumber, H & H Auto Parts, Logans Sports, Karlo. & Sons Funeral Home,' Community Building YMCA, Maxies, Viking GlassYNorth Canton Pet,. Davies, Baker's interiors.. North Canton Floral, Interiors by Frederic, Barb's Bath Boutique, GoldCoast, Peddl.r's Attic, A".L. Button Funeral Home, Wagoners Moving & storage, Modeler Haven, spritzees, Wideman Funeral Home, Frye Hardware, Hummel IGA. Community Lenten Service At St. Michael's Mar. 31 ITWe Community Lenten Services, an annu'aa series otf special' worship services, wiffl hold its fourth service on Tuetedlay ^venling, Mar. 31, at 7:30 p.<m. in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Ohurch, 3430 St. Michael St'. NW,,, Canton*... ' . Rev. Thomas Cebula, Assistant Pastor of St. Michael's Roman Catholic 'Church, Canton willbe the speaker, assisted by Deacon Rev.-William Hughes. Rev. Cebula's Theme, will be "Lent - From Desert Dry- - fl«s-#-Moyj_ng\>Watersi.'' : Special thusic: will; feature a fifteen - minute organ meditation beginning at 7:15 p.m. by Robert Waechter. Organist. St. Michael's Men's Choir will sing for the service under the direction of Richard Blaume- iser, Choir Director. These Community-Wide Lenten Services are sponsored by the Council of Churches of Central Stark County; and Church Women United. These services are a part of the program ofthe Special Events Division of the Council. Mrs. Earle Caldwell of Zion-Lutheran Church is the chairperson of the Community Lenten Services Committee. The City Recreation Board Will Meet Mar. 30 The Recreation Director of the City of North.Cariton announces that the regular monthly meeting of the North Canton City Recreation Board has been changed from Monday, Mar. 23, to Monday, Mar. 30, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting w.ill be held in North Canton City Hall. The public is welcome to attend. The North Canton Minis- terian Association has announced plans for a Planned Famine on March 27 and 28. Senior and junior high youth and their advisors from many ' local churches will be golnghun- gry to raise money to help feed hungry people around •the world. The Planned Famine Involves going without solid food for 30 hours beginning , at noon Friday, Mar. 27 ; At 7.p.m. the youth and advisors will meet at Community Christian Church to . speak the night and share ' together in games and discussions to learn more about world hunger. The Planned Famine will con- ' elude at 6 p.m. Saturday, Mar.-28,. with a light supper at Zion United church of Christ. The youth and advisors participating in this 30-- hour famine will be seeking community support by trying to acquire sponsors for the meals they will miss. The money raised will be used to buysupplies for poor communities that are hit hard by disaster. It will also be used to help the poor help themselves hy improving their health care and farming methods. They will learn the basic . skills needed to grow their t own food and providenutri- ; tious meals. V People around the world . are suffering and dying because they: do not have enough to eat. -Meeting in regular session on March 17, the North Canton City Board cf Education acted to employ Ed Glass as teacher ot social studies and head football coach, beginning witth the 19S1-82 school year. %VMV Lenten s Meditation The North CanSon MSmsterian Association, which represents all major Christian denominations with churdhes in our community, has again very graciously consented to supply weekly meditation .during these weeks of the Lenten period 'leading tio Easter Sunday, Apfrfi 19. or by the size of my contribution to the world? That's what we're tempted to think. But in Christ, God was setting the record straight. He finds me and all others worth the greatest possible sacrifice to himself. How he must love us! Sometimes we get it turned around. We try to establish our own worthiness before him as -though wecould Rev. Ronald Unger, pastor of Holy Cross Lutheran Church, has provided this week's Lenten Medit- . ation. "Is it worth it?" That's a question we ask ourselves dally. Even if it's on sale, "is that new coat worth the price?" A price- tag is attached to almost everything: cars, homes, vacations. It's not always ***♦**. *Sesquicentennial $ Almanac » **T»^*««**>***^***^*******fr».*«; . ,-Oh^ thini^^^ -for was. iSfem-foofery^-^ trivial In fact, Studying her Woric habits (and.«he way in which t&rie Was Rev. Thomas Cebula offerings taken at all services will be used for the program of the Council of Churches of Central Stark County. The'public is invited to attend these Tuesdav evening Lenten services. A fellowship hour will be held each Tuesday evening immediately following the service. LocalK ofC To Mark 27th Anniversary The Knights of Columbus Bishop McFadden Council No_ 3777 of North Canton will celebrate their 27th Anniversary with aBanquet on Sunday, Mar.'29, at their Council Hall, 340 Mississippi Ave., SE. ■pie Annual Blue Coat Award will be presented ,at this time to a member chosen from the ranks of the North /Canton Police, or iFire Departments. AU Pait Grand Knights; who have served this organization have been invited to attend; so that they may be recognized for their- services and for their leadership in promotingtheide'als of the knights of Columbus, Mt. St. Helens Is Topic At Rotary Mar. 26 Larry Miller will speak on and show pictures of his' experience at Mt. St. Helens during the errup-- tion, at the Thursday, Mar. 26 meeting of the North Canton Rotary Club. Members and guests will meet at 6;30 p.m. for the dinner meeting, at Community Christian Church. Forty Hoover Students Are Young Citizens Award Recipient Forty young people were honored Friday night, Mar. 20 as 1981 Young Citizens Award Winners 6t Hoover High School North Campus. Seventeen sophomores, ter, Kelly Sherlock, Leonard Terlizzi, and Doug Yoder. <■ Congressman RalphRee- ula was present to offer his personal congratualtions to the students. Doug Dieken, offensive tackle for theCle-: veland Browns, Illustrated his meaning of citizenship and ..community .service by relating both humorous events and touching moments from his own personal life. 'The YCA Board of Directors presented each student with acommemorati-r plate' displaying the North Canton Sesquicentennial . Emblem instead of the traditional YCA logo, Thepat- tes are of a limited edition since the YCA will return to the traditional plate next year. Editor's Note: Due to circumstances beyond our control, there are no pictures available of the 1981 YC/ twelve juniors and eleven seniors were chosen to receive the award. Four students from each class were chosen as Outstanding A- ward Winners. Sophomore YCA winners are Kate Barrett, I_isa Bauer, Stephanie Draper, Cris Fernandez, Melanie Ger- ren, Elizabeth Harvey, Julie Hendrix, Bret Jones, Karen Kirk (OutstandingAt ward Winner),. Michelle Kurtz, Becky Litka (Outstanding Award winner), Willie Plasket* (outstand- injg Award Winner), Julie •Rider, John Sogan, Ann Wechter, Todd Werstler (outstanding Award Winner) ar^d Laurie Yake. Junior YCA winners are Marienn Bishop, Chris Di-. Simone, Ed Ebinger, Mark Gill, Ann Marie Guilfoyle (Outstanding Award Winner) Beth Guonjian (Outstanding Award Winner), Beth Haidet; wiijners. (Outstanding Award Winner)' " ~" Mike Harrison(OutstandingT Award Winner), Mark Jordan, Annette Pittman, Me- linda Therren, and David Wechter. . Senior-YCA winners are Michele Blate (Outstanding Award Winner), Meredith Ellsworth (Outstanding A- ward Winner), Ed Fashbaugh, Tim Gill, David Jennings (Outstanding Award Winner), Cheryl Pinney, Tim' Ray (Outstanding A- ward Winner) Toin schroe- utiHzed is fascinating. We often run across-accounts which emphasize thoroughness as opposed to speed in getting a job done. "The Art of Slowness,-as it were. Our, first reaction is to say - they had all the time in the world. Not so! When you consider their lifetimes, werelsnly half as long as ours, the days were shorter because indoor light was poor. It took longer to get from place to place and often they had done .a day's chorse before going", to a job'in the morning. Perhaps we should be say- . ing - how did they do so much in such a short time? The discussion on the subject of time is leading up to what we call Sesquicentennial Trivia. This week we have fifteen his - toric questions for you. We hope/as families, you will be able to steal away from our time - oriented, clock- watching society, and quiz ' each othep from this list of questions. Who knows you might even enjoy it. SESQUICENTENNIAL < TRIVIA 1. Who said, "We must hang together, or assuredly we shall hang separate^ ly?". Y' 2. Who were the tallest and shortest Presidents? 3. Where is the original inscription - "Proclaim Li- Jayc< Local AARP To Meet Apr. 2 Chapter 1400 of AARP will have their monthly dinner meeting at 12 noon Thursday, Apr. 2 at Zion United Church of Christ. Reservations are required. The program will be an Easter program presented by sara Lee Donze, Director of theNorth Canton Public Library. Russo Named :ee0f The Month plain Township's Jaycee of the Month for February is Danny Russo. Cited for his contributions for community, and chapter projects, he has been active in the i Jaycees for the past'. two years. Mr. Russo has served on various committees to promote school levies, the Jaycee Jackpot Quiz Game and is presently helping with the upcoming Easter Visit to Shutins at sumser Nursing Home. He works as a cement mixer and truck driver for Cal Russo Cement.Inc, and re- . sidles at 706 37th St. NW, Canton. berty Throughout The Land Unto -All. The Inhabitants • Thereof"? , 4. Where was Ohio's first (settlement? First capital city? 5. Where was this statement made - "Stand your . ground, don't fire unless fired upon; but if they mean to have a war, let it begin. .here"? 6. Who used the White House law for a pasture? 7. What was North Canton's name before 1918? 8. Who said, "God bless my Mother; all that I am or ever Hope to be I owe to her"? 9. What war was General John Stark (for whom our county is named) a hero? 10. How many Presidents were born in Ohio? ^ 11. Who was Ohio's first Governor? 12. Which President was the victim of grave robbers? 1.3. What flower is Pre- fsident McKinley associated [With? , , . , . 14. Which President was married in the White House? 15. Ohio was the 17th state to join the Union (March 1, 1803), which was continued on page 2 Councilmen Pass Legislation North Canton City Council met Monday evening, Mar. 23 and adopted five pieces of legislation. Passed was a resolution authorizing the City to authorize the City of Upper Arlington to repres ent to the Ohio Supreme' Court that the City of North Canton Has /an interest in the results of the City ofUpper Arlington's .. Prevailing Wage Case. Council alsoa- dopted an ordinance which will furnish a street lighting system for theCity from May 1, 1981 to April 30, 1991. Council adopted legislation for the purchase of chemicals for the City municipal swimming pool. Two other ordinances will provide, transfer of funds and supplemental appropriations of funds. ' The "next regular Council meeting will be held Monday, Apr." 13 at 7 p.m. in Council Charhb ers. a monetary price we're ask- coax him into lovingus.How ed to pay. "Are all those insecure we are! The Good years of studying worth it?" 'Is the time and energy spent on the job worth it?" Tlie question may be even more personal:' _s thecare of children worth it?" 'Is my marriage wprth continuing?" When Jesus set his face News is that that issue was settled long ago. God proved that he would go to any extreme,,£ay any_ price. to_ show us how dear we are to him. After the crucifixion, how can we doubt that? No, what troubles many of us more is the question, towards Jerusalem, he knew "How much do I value hinty what it would cost him. He doesn't ask the question, but we sometimes do: was creation, all humanity, and we ourselves worth it? But of course!. We're worth it, aren't.we? We're not always sure. Just what is my worth or value to God? And how is my worth to him established? Is itdeterminedbywhat I make of myself, what I achieve for him or others, For Scholarship North Canton Playhouse is accepting scholarship applications from youngper- sons interested in pursuing careers in the arts. The applications, due by March 30, are available from John Boland of 7372 Ashburton Circle, NW. Students who will graduate from high school this year and plan to attend an accredited college or university during the 1981-82. versity during the 1981-82 school year may apply. Also eligible are currentcol- lege students. Applicants must intend to study music, speech, art, communications or theater. Included in the application should be a list of all theater studies and activities. Consideration will be given to applicants who have, participated in acting, technical, directorial and supportive efforts for North - Canton Playhouse. Candidates will be required to appear for an interview and audition April 5. The winner will bechos- en' within two weeks after that date. _ v And our natural guilt arises over the frequent answer, "not nearly enough". But we mistakenly assume that our relationship to Him is held out before us with a price - tag attached too great for us to pay. Can we make the sacrifices we think he wants from us? .NeverI But what sacrifices, what price - tag are we talking about? The«underlying joy of Lent is that God establishes our worth, not vice versa, QI_ course he id worth our all- - if we were only free enough and rich enough in love to give it. But the Good News is that he's deemed us worth his all and that he is rich enough in love towards us to show it. ED GLASS An Alliance native, currently employed by theHub- bard Board of Education, Glass coachedWarrenHar- ding, Class AAA, State football championship team in 1974. He has been head football coach in Hubbardsince 1975. The forty - three - year- old coach is a graduate of Mount Union College. He earned his Master's degree" at Youngstown State University. Mr. Glass comes to Hoover High School with impressive credentials as teacher and coach. His was among thirty - three appli- contlnued on page 2 Head Basketball Coach Needed At Hoover The North Canton"Bdard of Education is takings-applications., for. the pdstion "Of head baskeftiaH coach'at Hoover'High School. Deadline for accepting applications for this position is March 31. For more information contact the Superintendent's office at 499-7922. TOURNEY WINNERS. flinty-two pupils and staff members competed in the recent annuaa Portage Middle School Backgarataon Tournament. Sponsored hy Ithe Sifudenit Council, the ftiournanmen. was run over a ithree-day period. Kelly Sm-th (far right) defeated Doug McClincbck (second from right) Do become champion. Mike Meyer (second from left) and Steve Bureh (far left) finished third and fourth respectively. JeHf Kandel finished fifth. AH whined were provided wtteh trophies and prizes by the Student Council. Photograph by Mite Donato COMMITTEE iMEMBERS. Mike Sumser (left) and Ken Dansizen (right) aire Ibusy working on the Wayne Carpenter Award; wMdh will be presenSt- ea tJo thie SndivSdifial in _he North Cariton Chamber of Commerce who has shown conrtJinual interest and paiMcffipaitJOn In Coanmunl%> affairs and the Chamber. The presen'tiaititon will be made alt tihe North Cartton Areia Chamber of Commerce ReOognMori Bianquet' set for Wednesday, Apr. * at Skyland SPines. Mr. Sumser, the 1980 rec-pient of (the Wayne Carpenter Awar^,, ils this year's chairman and. Mr. Dansizen Bs a member oif the Commttltee.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1981-03-25|
|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. 58-^Qi*> 432ll
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, March 25, 1981
One Section 16 Pages Fifteen Cents
SS» Board w Education M>ys
each; Adopts School Calendar
KJ0TA1RY ASSISTANCE. The North Caniton
Rotary Club recently donated twenty season
pass books to the. band directors df Hobver
and OtenQiak High Schools, to be used by
band students to see the Canton Siymphony
Photograph by Mike Donato
Orchestra perform. Pictured are (1. Ito _-.) Jim
Jester, Jr., Rotary Youth Assistance Chairman; Tim Kuhne, Hoover Senior; Lynda-Bow-
main, Hoover Junior; and Robert MeOleaster,
Hoover Band Director.
Hey Kids! Enter'The Sun'
Easter Coloring Contest
The North Cariton Sun Easter Coloring Contest is now underway for children ages 4 xihrou'gh 10 years. Entries are due no later than April 10, 1981.
The pictures are on two
inside pages of The Sun.
Children can use any type
of paint, watercolor or crayon. ALL 22 pictures must
be colored to be eligible to
win. Decision of the judges,
is final and winners will,
be announced April 15.
Judging will be divided
into two groups ,v ages 4-/7
and ages 8-10. Prizes in
each group Will be $25.00
to 'each of the first place
winners; $15.00 to each of
the!second place:winners; ;
$5.00 to each bf the third
place winners and five $1.00
prizes iri each category.
Local artist. Ellsworth
contest.,.;: -.;> ,:.. . .., ....
Mail entries ; to North
Canton Sun, P.O. Box CC
2350, North Canton, Ohio
Contest, sponsors are .
Mohler Lumber, H & H
Auto Parts, Logans Sports,
Karlo. & Sons Funeral
Home,' Community Building YMCA, Maxies, Viking
GlassYNorth Canton Pet,.
Davies, Baker's interiors..
North Canton Floral, Interiors by Frederic, Barb's
Bath Boutique, GoldCoast,
Peddl.r's Attic, A".L. Button Funeral Home, Wagoners Moving & storage,
Modeler Haven, spritzees,
Wideman Funeral Home,
Frye Hardware, Hummel
Community Lenten Service
At St. Michael's Mar. 31
ITWe Community Lenten Services, an annu'aa series
otf special' worship services, wiffl hold its fourth service on Tuetedlay ^venling, Mar. 31, at 7:30 p.