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I Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc. *6-1783 1982 Velma Aye. j Oolumbus, Ohio 43-.11 Vbl. 59-No. 41 , North Canton. Ohio, Wednesday, August 4, 1982 Completely Local News One Section jo Pages Twenty Cents ffifc^o NEW BERON BAND.. Mlemibers olf the New Berlin Band '(Worth Cartton Communitty. Biaiid) are Tom Atwiood, Carl Baughman, KSaitiiy Beach; Bolb Blyer, Cathy Brand, Gary Bresson, Biidk BruWaiker, Kaithy Cebulko, Lucy Davis Oarl Dazev, Ethel ©unliap, Paul Ferrell, Joe Fusco, Jftii Gilbert, Stephanie Henderson, •Barb HosfiBns, Ed Hostetter, Wendy Humbert, Phqrtjogiiapfa by Mtlta Donate Harry'-VM.de, Uorl. Lawrence, Al Lindahl, Jim lahkte, tBflil Meaney, D&n Miller. Kathy New- kirk, RlaaGrih. Norman. Jerry Norton, Bill Ban- dens, Debbie Sekeres, Mary Ellen Shields, Milt Bkbdis, JuJdy Takacs, Stephanie Talcacs, Al Wakeman, Sue Walent, Tom Wiese and Pat Zuercher. ; Pfcotograpi). by MUse Dooato fftRST PLACE. The combined Htoover Varsity and ^^^P^f' JSsSd Sptured firsft place alt Hie. United Staite^Cheerieadtofe SStKSsS Camp Session at Ohio Stale University. July OB-21. tSS^BmbaBMe (final) Tammy/E&kle; '(second row Iter) Amy S^ndSd *»er; (&ird rdw 1 Ito r) ILaurie Yake. Bartb^Itendall S'^aScSi-^d (tourth i#!tttr Jennie Smith, Tri* Swans, ^bWobdTS Sooni Knapp. The camp consisted, of learning n^w 52? mSSs ddS^nd spirf Ideas. During evening peitformanc^ ISSSk Showed to show tiheir abdWy in different cheers^and Wte., KSS oif the camp session, all squads were judged. Hoover Hl^LStSKA^ Place ratobte along <ftitH thefto place overall m& OT^TuSiS^ 'for the Grand Na^o^l C^mpetitlo^nyjdch Si£» 3 AvSt 18-21 In East Lansing, Mich. The> Squads pom-pon 23___'3»o fSifSi&io Nationals. Individual awards w«£*gv» *> ■ffi ®^^ and peeKnapp, _!Mi'place.- ;■.'..• -■■/■ 7 ;. V .- ■'..':.''' 7 —- jisfration For NC Pre-Sthoof Fall Programs The North Canton.Pre- School Center is noyr tak- Ing applications for their fall pre - school and ktn- . dergarten programs. Chll- ,y^tfen,-wh.o--a-ret-lV.5-;yiearav<Wxrf';y may^eniroli for the classes' j. which offer academic ac--' tivlties, social skills, including responsibility, manners, safety andhealth. Skills related to number concepts, time, distance,, ° shapes, colors, space, science and music are. also covered in the program. Also included are exciting field trips, school programs and a monthly visit .to the North Canton Public Library for story hpwy ' This program .also solves the problem for the working mother arid for the whild who needs to spend time with children his own age. The pre - school is open from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and, has a college degreed staff. Tlie North Canton Pre- School Center admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin." The Pre -schoolls located in the ZlonUnltedChurch of. Christ, 415 S. Main St. For more infortnatlon concerning registration, call 4&9-3241. Disf. Governor To Visit NC Rotary Club "Our goal: Greater Rotary Involvement" will be the subject of a talk to the Rotary club of North Canton, Thursday, Aug. 5 at 6:30 p.m. by Jack Maxwell of Canton, governor of District 665, Rotary International. The dinner meeting is at Community Christian Church. He will confer with a club assembly of the North Canton club, and hear reports from the following avenue committee chairman: Club service, Ron Kindy; community service, Harold Royer; vocational service, Bill Plasket; and international service, Larry Bishop. Retired editor of the Canton Repository and a newspaperman nearly 44 years, Maxwell ls a pastpresident of both the Marlon (Ohio) and Canton Rotary clubs and has been active oft district committees. He is a graduate of theCollegeof Wooster. He is one of. 403 Rotary governors throughout the world who are representatives of Rotary International in districts composed of member clubs. There are 43 clubs in' District 665. uff. Olsen. Musso F Enshrinees NC Zoning To P:p&$*'*rp The North Canton Zoning and Building Standards Board of Appeals will hold a meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 10 at 6:30p.m.,intheCoun- cll Chambers atNorthCan- ton City Hall, 145 North MainSt. . The following items will be on the agenda: request for variance from side yard restrictions for Lot Number 2560, located at 915 Valley Dr. NW, by. Leon and Vickie. Salamon, Application No. 17439, Sled July 22 ; and a request for variance from sign restrictions for Out Lot No. 182, located at 1350 S. Main St., by Jan Thoma, Whatever, Inc., Application No. 17495, filed July 29. School Board Meets A regular meeting of the North Canton City Board of Education, will beheld Aug. . 5 at 7:30 p.m., ln the Hoover . HlghSchool North Campus to consider regular business necessary to transact. World Communion Service To Bo Broadcast Aug; 28 A non -.denominational World Communion Service p led byinternatibnallyknown ! evangelist Kenneth Cope- . land willbe broadcast live- 'via satellite on Saturday, Aug.' 28, to the Canton Me-'- rtioriai Civic Center, according to local coordinator Abner Yoder. fhe Service Is scheduled for broadcast fsom 8:30 to 10:30 p.m., and will be the largest live, split - screen video teleconference in the history of the communications industry,. A brief address by Dr. Paul Chd of Seoul, South Korea, will be transmitted simultaneously during Copland's service andbeam- ed around the world insplit- screen format. 250 cities In the U^. and 11 foreign countries will receive the broadcast. An estimated 5,000 in Canton will join inthesac- rament, which is free of charge to all participants. The Community Blood Program will have a blood ;draw Monday,: Aug, 9 from;, 3:30 to 6:30 ;p.frt, at the ■ North Canton Emergency Service Building, corner of Dogwood and 7th St. NE; and on Wednesday,, Aug. 25 from 3:30 to 6:45 p.m, the North Canton Elk's »e Aug NC Athletic 4 /It lias been necessary to change the date for the Hoover High athletic physicals for grades 9 through 12 at*' the Medical Clinic Center , from Tuesday; Aug. 3 to . Wednesday, Aug. 4 at 7 p.m. Physicals for' grades? through' 8 remains the 10 Zimnpinan To Stark Board Of Health it IHC INOi'lH V»aaUWUa» •>"■» ~ I- J A Lodge No. 2029, corner of - same - Tuesday, Aug. Applegrove and N. Main St. v at 7 P'm^ Medina Cousity, fesf Tolluii y: : Seven Big Days; August 2-8 ; Tha 137th Annual Uiedina Cojraty Fatl^ vrikj* held 'August 2-8 a* the Medtaa SWrgrounds, State TKt 42l^est). BLAIR ZIMMERMAN ' Featured events Include rhe Marshall Tucker Band Saturday, Aug. 7 at 6:30 and 9:39 p.m.; Q.S.XP. Tractor Pull Sunday, Aug. 8 at 6:30 p.m.; 4-H and FFA Livestock Sale Thursday, Aug. 5 at 5 p.m.; Harness Racing Wednesday, Aug. 4 at 12:01 p.m.; Demolition Derby at 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 2; plus 21 free shows throughout the -fair in the pavilion. Tick els to all shows are now on sale at the Fair Board Office, 714 W. Smith Rd., Medina. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tic-. kets for Saturday and Sunday are available at all Tlc- ketron locations. Mayor Dennis Grady announces the appointment df Blair 'Zimmerman as a mmSaer of the StfesK Coprty Board df Health. Mr. Zimmerman is Executive Vice President of .Metropolitan Contracting . Company and. the United Realty and Investment Company. ' Mayor . Grady stated, "Blair Zimmerman's 16 years of experience and accomplishments in the construction industry more than qualifies him to serve ,on t5e7Boa"rd. He is past president of theStark County Home Builders Associa- . tion and is currently a member bf the Board of Directors of the Ohio HomeBuil- der's Association." Mr. Zimmerman has been ,a life- long resident ofthe City of North Canton and resides with his wife, Ila at 1200 Brushmore, N.W. DOUG ATKINS SAM HUFF. GEORGE MUSSO MERLIN OLSON Doug AitMn?, Sam Huff, Merlin CMsen and George Musso, four long-tenured super-stars, who spent theSr NatSonal FoottbaH League days on or very near !Uhe twnjgh and itsmSxte world df the sscrimlmaige toe, wffl be ftwmaiiy inducted into Ithe Pro Foottoall Hat. of [Fame wbe_. the pro «rM paniaieon ata_es.gs 201fli annual enshrinement ceremonies Saturday, Axig. 7 at 1)1:30 aJn. on We _ro^ setps of the Pro iYtati>^ North Cantonian And Husband Are Missfonaries In Mexico Jane and Geoi_ie Sullivan-tDavte have a«*v«* *» IMiexloo C2i&. SHteJdco, to begin a term as mB^on- "aries under the sponsorship of The IWvistonof Ove^ seas MatoKWIes, Christian, Church (Ksd^es of ChriBlt). They are IhJeadquaiiteced alt Senananopau- itfsta de MexSco where .they serve as part /«. the sendnaiy stiaff. A maajor part tit <tfceir work is to to refugees Jn Mextox. Jons SulHvon-D&wis The Sullivan"- Dfivises graduated on May 24 from Yale Divinity School, New Haven,. Conn., with M. Div. degrees. George is from . Rocky Mount, N.C., and did his undergraduate work at Atlantic Christian College, Wilson, N.C. Jane is from North Canton (the daughter of The Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan), graduated from Earlham College, Richmond, Ind., and served two years as amission worker in Argentina before entering seminary at Yale. On Sunday, May 23, they were ordained into The Ministry of The Church in a service held in Marquand Chapel on Yale Divinity School's campus. The Rev. Howard Ratcllff, Regional Pastor of The Christian Church in Ohio* presented Jane for ordination and The Rev. Charles Lamb, Regional Pastor for theNorth-- eastern Region of The Christian Church presented George. The Ordination Sermon was given by The Revs. David and Darlene Geo?_e Sulllvan-Davte Kalke, staff members of The NeW York Circus, a ministry to Latin Americans in New York City. Jane's father also participated and Wayne GraybiU, Elder of Community Christian Church of North Canton, presented Jane's cred- conttnued on page 2 Sen. Walsh To • Senator Thomas Walsh will be in North Canton Friday, Aug. 6 for his annual Walk: - and - Talk. Sen. Walsh will start his day's ■ activities at the Inn - B- Tween Restaurant onS. Main 3t. at 8 a.m. and will follow. with a walk through the city talking to merchants and people on the street. If you have any questions about state government,' Sen. Walsh would be happy to answer them. The impressiveinduction rites will increase to 114 the number of pro grid greats permanently honored at the Hall. Three members of the 1982 class, Atkins, Huff, and Olsen, played as defensive specialists during the modern era.whileMus- so excelled for 12 years as a two - way tackle and guard for the Chicago Bears in the 1933 - 1944 period. Atkins is a long time Chicago Bear who finished his 17 - year career with the New Orleans Saints in 1969. Huff played with the New York Giants and Washington Redskins from 1956 through 1969. Olsen spent ' all 15 of his star - studded seasons from 1962 through 1976 with the Los Angeiesr Rams. - Musso and Atkins are the 19th and 20th long - time members of the Chicago Bears to earn Pro Football Hall of Fame election. Durr ing the 12 seasons Musso played, the Bears Were the dominant team in pro foot- ;' ball and the 6-2,270-pound Millikin graduate epitomized the powerful Une play that was synonymous with continued on page 5 NC Chamber jSteak Fry .;.'■ Is August 25 The North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce's Annual Steak Fry will be held Wednesday, Aug.: 25 from 6 to 10 p.m. at Hoover Park. The mealwillinclude steak, baked potato, tossed salad, rolls, pie, coffee, beer and soft drinks. The event also will feature door prizes, entertain- ^ment and grand prize drawings. Make your reservations with, the North Canton Chamber of Commerce, 121 S. Main St., by Aug. 20.
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I Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc. *6-1783
1982 Velma Aye.
j Oolumbus, Ohio 43-.11
Vbl. 59-No. 41 ,
North Canton. Ohio, Wednesday, August 4, 1982
One Section jo Pages Twenty Cents
NEW BERON BAND.. Mlemibers olf the New
Berlin Band '(Worth Cartton Communitty. Biaiid)
are Tom Atwiood, Carl Baughman, KSaitiiy
Beach; Bolb Blyer, Cathy Brand, Gary Bresson, Biidk BruWaiker, Kaithy Cebulko, Lucy Davis Oarl Dazev, Ethel ©unliap, Paul Ferrell,
Joe Fusco, Jftii Gilbert, Stephanie Henderson,
•Barb HosfiBns, Ed Hostetter, Wendy Humbert,
Phqrtjogiiapfa by Mtlta Donate
Harry'-VM.de, Uorl. Lawrence, Al Lindahl, Jim
lahkte, tBflil Meaney, D&n Miller. Kathy New-
kirk, RlaaGrih. Norman. Jerry Norton, Bill Ban-
dens, Debbie Sekeres, Mary Ellen Shields,
Milt Bkbdis, JuJdy Takacs, Stephanie Talcacs,
Al Wakeman, Sue Walent, Tom Wiese and Pat
; Pfcotograpi). by MUse Dooato
fftRST PLACE. The combined Htoover Varsity and ^^^P^f'
JSsSd Sptured firsft place alt Hie. United Staite^Cheerieadtofe
SStKSsS Camp Session at Ohio Stale University. July OB-21.
tSS^BmbaBMe (final) Tammy/E&kle; '(second row Iter) Amy
S^ndSd *»er; (&ird rdw 1 Ito r) ILaurie Yake. Bartb^Itendall
S'^aScSi-^d (tourth i#!tttr Jennie Smith, Tri* Swans,
^bWobdTS Sooni Knapp. The camp consisted, of learning n^w
52? mSSs ddS^nd spirf Ideas. During evening peitformanc^
ISSSk Showed to show tiheir abdWy in different cheers^and Wte.,
KSS oif the camp session, all squads were judged. Hoover
Hl^LStSKA^ Place ratobte along |