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km. ~~ k . Lib- ohio Hit Soc- *6-1783 Vol. 59 — NO; 1982 Velma Ave. Oolumbus, Ohio 43211 North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, August 11,1982 Completely Local News One Section 10 Pages Twenty Cents %Mc^mut..on444jj /}nnuag Qreen Township bI Broadcast Fair To Run August 13-15 piotured are Irma Seldon, Country Cupboard; Rton Pettay, United National Bank !& Trust Oo.; Mary McManaway, North Canton _%y- house; Susanna Pugh, Oh Susanma! Creative Concepts; and Tony Fernandez, The (Neighborhood News. The Steak Fry menu wiH include steak, baked potato, tossed salad, rolls, pie, and beverages. The event also will feature JdSoor prizes, entertainment and grand prize draw? tags. Make your reservations with theNorth Canton Chamber of Commerce, 121 S. Matuv St., by August 20. PhtftoKrapih toy Mike Donato STEAK FRY PLANS. Getting ready for the North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce's Annual Steak Fry set for Wednesday, Aug. 25 from 6 to 10 pm ait the Hoover Park are (Ifront row 1 to r) Dick Wlhitmer, Hoover- Community IFederaa Credit Union; Gail Spata- fore; NSdd Ergon; Jim Rice, Rice-Rearidk Relaltois; (standing 1 ito r) Dave FaHinacci, _>.!D.S.; Gordon BeMon, Country Cupboard; OMff Vogel, Ray Pidoe Agency; Gairy Papes, Kausser & Taylor; and John Vogel, Ray Fi- doe Agency. Other committee members not HAIWAIlAiNS YtSDn? NORTH CANTON. Mayor Dennis Grady proclaimed August 5 as Pahate, Hawaii Daiy tin the City of North <&£ toa ta t«^^ Parish Choir:of Paliala, HawsaMi Pictured,»«» with City Aidriikiilstrator A. Michael Sumser ate d to r) Margaret Ann Cabudol, Larry C&- budol, Robert Gpmez, Phoebe Gomez, Gus Vfl- Qahlueva, iBarbaira Vfflanueva, Clyde B. Silva, Berhiee EJvangelista. Frieda Lee. Aftee Moses, Pttatosrx.sb by BSUee Donatt Enc-rnation to. EVangellsta, Bemaldo Evan gellsta, 'Elsie Moses, Lorraine Pestano alnd Dr. Norma Marcere,, The ^Kplrj^-visit was arreuJKrc ed'.ihroiirh 7tlfc7#EO^«**~ll%&e^<C&&KMe Church of North Cation. Mayor Grady and Mr. Sumser meit the lr*ioup alt the airport and presented them with a Prociairiation, (then proceeded to City Hall for presentation of keys to Itne CMy. A non -.'denominational World Communion Service .led, by internationally known leyangellst Kenneth Cope- i land will set communlca- i. tions history through a live vlgi satellite broadcast on - Aug. 28 to an estimated . 500,000 participants worldwide. 1 The Communion Service is scheduled for broadcast Tirom 7:30 to 9:30 p.m..Central Daylight Savings Time oh;Saturday, Aug. 28. It . will be received inover 250 titles in the VS. and \1 foreign countries. The service will be the largest live, closed circuit, split - screen video teleconference in the history of the. communications industry and will unite Christians' in the United States, Asia, Australia, New Zea- '. land, South Africa, theMid- dle East and Europe in a ce- 7lebration of the common bona, of unity through faith .and love. A ^>rief addres by Dr. Paul Cho of Seoul, South Korea, will also be simultaneously broadcast in a split - screen format during the service. The communion will be received In Emm " Chum, China, marking the . firit satellite broadcast of this nature into the People's Repiiblic of China. Copeland's Kenneth Cop- eland Mi nis tries, headquartered in.Fort Worth, is onie of the fastest growing ministries inChristlanevange- lism today^His daily "Believer's Voice of Victory" radio and television pro- gr'anui^are broadcast over 7,7 500 radio, stations .and 165 ftthe 449h Arawal Green (Txmstak^ Safe wfll be held SWday, Saturday and SuSaday, August 13. 14 and IS at Green High School on Steese Rd. Jerry Surbey, Commander Of Coast Guard Ohio Provides School Funds: North Canton Schools Benefit ■^At its regular meeting on August 5, the North Canton CSty Board of Education received the following summary of results of legislative action aif- fecrolng public schools: Summary of Ohio's chaotic financial conditions which have characterized 1982 prior to June 16, the date on which Senate Bill 530 was approved: 1. Amended substitute House Bill 694. latein 1981, was widely publicized as having solved the financial problems of Ohio's public schools. 2. In January of 1982 school officials began receiving official notices and warnings relative- to the state of Ohio's "shortfall" and its impact upon indivi- dial school districts. 3. Responsibility to pupils and citizens generally throughout the North Canton City School District required that budgetary priorities be set and that ""painful" cost reductions be effected in order to insure that the district re- contimied on page 2 RX President Ash Rotarians Hoover Mar To BisiSd Bridges Of Friendship Band Will Library At Greentdwnls Registration For "'"Dr. Hiroji Mtflcasa, Rotary intentional Resident tor 1S82-83 and a member ott the Rtotaiy Ohio Of Nakatsu, Otta, Jajtea, tadieves,^\^?SaZ doubtedJy Harms one big family, "AIL human jwangs MoitoglcaSly toeflotog *o one species - Homo sapiens, -K^i^oSuy some 30 generaWtons ajgo w_had ttSv^aM people on earth Wffl be our oontown de- wsendahtfis.''-' 7 President Mukasa, a psychiatrist, notes that "our minds, our highly develop- : ed brain r nmctions, make us men. as 'distinct from , animals." He believes that among the various races of mankindthere is absolutely no difference in human minds, and that all share similar thoughts. He points to a- global psychiatric survey "which revealed that the distribution ratios of temperaments or character - types of people are constant throughout the world. He also observes that the art and literature of any na- ■ tion is universally appreciated, and that people everywhere applaud admirable deeds and are moved by national tragedies. The President believes that this general absence of mental differences among the world's peoples should lead them to long for happiness and hope for lasting worm peace, tsur, distrust and suspicion createbarri- continued on.page 2. ; North Caaton Hoover High School Marching Band will begin their 1982'r-83 season by leaving on Aug. 15 for one week to attend the annual band camp at Camp Wakonda, Sherrodsville. This year the band consists of 155 members and Robert McCleaster, Band Director, feels this will be an outstanding year. Mr. McCleaster is being assisted this year by Richard Moore, as Assistant Band Director. Mr. Moore joins the band with very high qualifications and hopes to share his experiences with the Vikings. He is a native of Cuyahoga Falls. This year the three Field Commanders, Julie Rider, Teresa , Russell, and Don Deems attended a week long camp for Field Com.-nan- ' ders at Wheeling' College and returned to North Canton very enthusiastic about the coming season. The "Best Spirit. Award" was awarded this trio for their efforts shown at the camp. Fall Programs The North Canton Pre - School Center is nowtakitig , applications for their fall' pre - school andkindergar- ten programs. Children who 7 are 3-5 years old may enroll for the classes which L other • academic activities, social skills; including responsibility, manner, safety and health. Skills related^ number concepts, time, dis- ance, shapes, colors, space, science and music are also coveredinthepro- grdm. Alsoincludedare exciting field trips, school programs' and. a monthly visit to the North Canton Public Library for story hour. This program also solv- es the problem for the work' ing mother and forthechlld continued on page 2 Natalie Tuesday is Rifle; Captain while Diane Reed and Cindy, Charette are Co- captains for the Flag Team. The members of these groups havebeenreceiving instructions this summer from Ed Turner of theBlue : Coats Drum andBugleCorp A new additiontotheMf • Reading, RldlngRodeo" tlie most successful child- jreh's summer readingpro- '; gram ever, has recently ended at the Greentown Branch of the North Canton Public Library. More than 100 children participated, reports Branch Li- brarian Jean Shellv., The children dropped their names in a drawing barrell for; each library book read and a name was. •drawn each Friday. Weekly winners were Nichole Chulick, RobMilligan,Amy Warder, Averi Snyder and Heather Williams, j ■■ , Because of the tremen- dousj response to the program, five bonus winners were" drawn at the conclusion. Bonus winners were Tracy.Stevanbv, Kara Mc- baniei, Casey Crumley, Shayne Crumley and Becky Mears. All winners received a paperback book and a Friendly certificate for a free ice cream cone. The library7was decorated , with authentic western items. loaned by Gene arid Janet Holloway ofthe Horse & Hound Saddlery. A small leather western saddle mounted on a block was the most popular piece of western gear on display. Recently refurbished, the Greentown B ranch Library has been a very popular HOF Chairman Says 'Thanks Canton' James T. Harrington, General Chairman ofthe 1982 Greater Canton Chamber of Commerce Pro Football Hall of Fame Festival, issued this statement recently. ,'In the. past year I've hart ?|^^illon--chanhels-ifl-ih'e- -tlre-hbnorand satisfaction-• :U;§.; Canada; Australia^tfie* *df spear;hfiading the cooper- Philippiries, South Africa atiye efforts of atop flight "aiiiiuHaiti, and the Ministr-,;.;corps of volunteers all de- ie»ai monthly magazine is . .Y,<Se.d to the ideal of produc- reaeived by more than 500, 000 followers. The Kenneth Cppeland Ministries also. produce and dis tribute over 35iOOO tapes weekly foruse in; home Bible study sessions. \)Copeland's teachings.ba- sed'On Biblical principles,. eniphasiaZe personal victory thrtitigh faith and belief in Godfe Word and the" unity of faith and love. The World Communion Service is being coordinated by Michael R. Ellison, Inc., of Phoenix, anorgani- zalion dedicafed to the development of broadcast Christian ministries worldwide. ing the best possible celebration of 'Football's Greatest Weekend.' I am glad to say that I think we did it." "Matching the devotion of these volunteers is the spirit of cooperation and enthusiastic support of an .ideSl that animated the . -Whole community at Festival time. Tlie spirit of our theme of "Happy Times" yas : rampant thruout the period." : "On behalf of the Greater Canton Chamber of Commerce, The Hall of Fame Festival and our committee members, I am happy to say Thanks'to the entire community for their splendid support." Commander Jerry J. Surbey, a native of North Canton, became the Commanding Officer oftheUS.Coast Guard Air Station in San Francisco, Calif., on July 2. Jerry Surbey is the son. of Mr. and Mrs. James Surbey of 1509 Portage St. A 1959 graduate of Hoover HighSchool, heattendedthe Coast Guard Academy in New London, Conn., and graduated in 1964. Following graduation he served on the Coast Guard Cutter Cherokee in Norfolk, Virginia. After two years he was asisigned to the Na':>, ,. vaV £Hgbt£jTraining Cpro^. mand iii PensiicOla; Fla., where hereceivedbasicand rotary wing flight training and earned his wings in 1967. He served at Air Station Detroit where he •was ultimately assigned to Operations Officer. His next two tours were at Aviation Training Command in Mobile, Alabama. He was first assigned to the IceBreaker Support Section and made three arctic deployments. He became an instructor pilot in the HH-52 Hehcop- ter Training Branch. In 1976 he received a Master of Science degree in Industrial. Administration from Purdue University. He was next assigned to Coast Guard Headquarters as Chief, Personnel Management Information Branch in charge of the continued on page 2 The fair opens Friday, Aug. 13 at 1 p.m. Dianna Durkins Dancers will perform at 6 p.m. and a free puppet show, "Wizard of Oz," will be presented at 6:30 and7:30p.m. The tractor pull begins at 7 p.m. arid at 8 p.m. is the Queen of Green Beauty Contest, At 9 p.m. in Martin and Gemini. On Saturday, Aug. 14, the fair opens at 1 p.m. The Pet Parade sign -up time is at 1 p.m., and the parade begins at 1:45 p.m. The Green Youth Football Game starts at 3 p.m., and at 5:30, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. the free puppet show will be presented. At7 p.m, is the tractor pull and at 8 p.m. in the Greensburg Temple Baptist. Country Wheels perform at 9:30 p.m. The fair opens at 1 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 15. Planned for 1 p.m. is the Frog Jumping Contest and at 4 p.m. is the Tiny Tots Contest. Fair Awards are presented at 6:45 p.m. and the tractor pulls begins at 7 p.m. Dianna Durkins Dancers perform at 7:15 p.m. and Roy Lively is at 8:30 p.m. Additional features atthe fair include food, rides, games, flower show, livestock, baking contest, cake decorating contest, guessing game, fruits, vegetables and canned goods judging, art, photography, nee- dlecraft and crafts judging. Clay Haven, and the Green Township Junior Fair. Green Township Fair Board Officers this year are Bill Washnock, president; Bill Fairchild, vice presi- : v'djntr GiirrieMcGoy,second vice president; Lavene Fa- ,irchild, secretary; and Carol Brown; treasurer. Trustees are Jim May, George Hays, Mrs. Janie Bohannon, Mrs. Joyce Grant, Mrs. Shirley Wahl, Eddie Miller and Paul Graham. NC Rotarians Meet Aug. 12 Dr. Noel L. Leathers, Senior Vice President Provost Professor of History at the University of Akron, will speak on the Middle East at the Thursday, Aug. 12 dinner meeting of the North Canton Rotary Club which begins at 6:30 p.m. at Community Christian Church. rphlrig. Vikings, this yea rwlll,.- .^ . «£ ,„, be majorettes led by Ma- ^ ....... jorette Captairi, Michelle . Kuntz. The majorettes have been working with majorette adviser and instructor, Ca- terior has been repainted a soft vanilla and new draperies are in a matching color. rol Koontz., The first Hoover Instrumental Music Association meeting will be held on August 13 at Zion United Church of Christ with a "Covered dish supper". Many new hardbound and paperback books for children and adults havebeen added to the collection. The months of June and July have had the largest circulation in the 19 - year history of the library. WtBOYiaa oo. *LtVAi'. rime Hoover <jom- pany Float Sn the Hall of 'Fame Festival Parade S<urday, Aug. 7, cajrtured the Builders Award ior me most outstanding entry by a professional builder. Gepettp, the puppet mas- iter, a character from the story "PMocchio", $a3anced himself on /the float ahd handled four Mve puppets of other characters from the cCamous fairy tale. Barb Hettler was Pinoc- cWo, Karen Stasiulewicz was the Fainy Princess, Don. Hiner portrayed the Sly Fox and Sue Ray was Jlmlny Cricket Tlie float's title was "Happy Times Is A Puppet Show". The Canton Sign Company constructed the Hoover float and costumes used by the puppet crew were leased from Scott Costumes in Caniton. Other award winning floats included The Timken Co., Grand Prize for best overall entry; Canton Jaycees/WHBC, Ohio State Award for roost outstanding entry by a non-professional builder; BancOhio National iBank, Enshrinees Award for most effective use of color harmony; • Peny Band/KJtchen Komedy, Cover- t..™-'g Award far most fitiii,'T!y presenting this yeaPs~festivaf theme" "Hapwr*'Kmes"; 0E5hn_er King'/Sheltered Workshop, Mayor's Award for the most animation; Superior Dairy, HOF Board of Trustees Award for best display o!f or%inaKty; Warner CaWe-Amex, Queen's Award, most effective use oif flowers or other natural float covering; Mayflower, Greater Caniton Chamber of Commerce Award flor itlhue ntost outstanding design; Stark Technical College, Grand Marshal's Award for exceptional merit; McDonald's, Festival Chairman's Award for exceptional merit; Holy Trinity Church, Paiade Chairman's Award for exceptional merit; and McKinley 'Senior High School, Float Committee Award for exceptional Merit. Judges were Kenneth R. Walstad, Executive VUce President of the Minneapolis Aquatennial Association, Minneapolis, Minn.; Bruce Skinner, Executive Director of the Phoenix, Ariz., Festival Bowl; and Robert W. Chlsol, Dirddtor of (the Halifax Visitors and Convention Bureau to Halifax, Nova Scotia.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1982-08-11|
|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)|
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km. ~~ k . Lib- ohio Hit Soc- *6-1783
Vol. 59 — NO; 1982 Velma Ave.
Oolumbus, Ohio 43211
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, August 11,1982
One Section 10 Pages Twenty Cents
%Mc^mut..on444jj /}nnuag Qreen Township
bI Broadcast Fair To Run August 13-15
piotured are Irma Seldon, Country Cupboard;
Rton Pettay, United National Bank !& Trust
Oo.; Mary McManaway, North Canton _%y-
house; Susanna Pugh, Oh Susanma! Creative
Concepts; and Tony Fernandez, The (Neighborhood News. The Steak Fry menu wiH include
steak, baked potato, tossed salad, rolls, pie,
and beverages. The event also will feature JdSoor
prizes, entertainment and grand prize draw?
tags. Make your reservations with theNorth
Canton Chamber of Commerce, 121 S. Matuv
St., by August 20.
PhtftoKrapih toy Mike Donato
STEAK FRY PLANS. Getting ready for the
North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce's
Annual Steak Fry set for Wednesday, Aug.
25 from 6 to 10 pm ait the Hoover Park are
(Ifront row 1 to r) Dick Wlhitmer, Hoover-
Community IFederaa Credit Union; Gail Spata-
fore; NSdd Ergon; Jim Rice, Rice-Rearidk
Relaltois; (standing 1 ito r) Dave FaHinacci,
_>.!D.S.; Gordon BeMon, Country Cupboard;
OMff Vogel, Ray Pidoe Agency; Gairy Papes,
Kausser & Taylor; and John Vogel, Ray Fi-
doe Agency. Other committee members not
HAIWAIlAiNS YtSDn? NORTH CANTON.
Mayor Dennis Grady proclaimed August 5 as
Pahate, Hawaii Daiy tin the City of North <&£
toa ta t«^^
Parish Choir:of Paliala, HawsaMi Pictured,»«»
with City Aidriikiilstrator A. Michael Sumser
ate d to r) Margaret Ann Cabudol, Larry C&-
budol, Robert Gpmez, Phoebe Gomez, Gus Vfl-
Qahlueva, iBarbaira Vfflanueva, Clyde B. Silva,
Berhiee EJvangelista. Frieda Lee. Aftee Moses,
Pttatosrx.sb by BSUee Donatt
Enc-rnation to. EVangellsta, Bemaldo Evan
gellsta, 'Elsie Moses, Lorraine Pestano alnd Dr.
Norma Marcere,, The ^Kplrj^-visit was arreuJKrc