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Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc. 1082 V'.'lma Ave. Columbus, Ohio Vol. 60"- No. 3 *6-1783 1321 North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday. November 10, 1982 Completely Local News One Section 10 Pages Twenty Cents illiam Kaiser $2,839,894 Issued In 1982 Organ Recital Is Nov. 14 COmiLXrniTY CmUSTMAS SING. Getttfoifc ready for the North Canton Chamber of Com.- merce's CSd (Fashioned Community Christmas Sing, set Door December 5, are (front row 1 to r) Cfndy Froelich and her son Chad, Mayor Dennis Grady, Mrs. Don Doepker, chairman; (_ac!k row 1 to r) Rev. Jerry Sullivan and Don. KaMer. Activities WiH begin at North Photoapeph by Wtfce Dansto Canton City Hal at 6:30 pm lor trimming and fitting of (the CkwwmunSty Christmas Tree. The Community Sing wiH (follow on the square. The 'Acapella Choir, under the direction of Harry Mason, will perform. Santa will arrive and refreshments will <be served. At 8 pan, a band concert wffl be held in Community Christian Church. William Kaiser, organist ' at Faith United Methodist '. Church, will present an organ recital on Sunday, Nov. 14. Mr. Kaiser willbeplay- ing the Schantz organwhlch was installed at Faith Church in May of 1981. The program will include \ music from pre - Bach through contemporary periods, , Mr. Kaiser, who also serves as Director of Music at Faith Church, is a graduate of Mount Union College where he studied organ with Marshall Price Bailey. ; Tiie recital will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the church which is located at 300- Oth St. NW. There will be no charge for admission. 25 Building Permits Issued Here In Oct. Total $52,918 Twenty-five building permits were issued in North Canton during the month oi October, totaling $52,918. Latest permit „$sued went to Carl Howenjtfine, 1125 Clinton SE, for a $16,000 roof (fire job replacement). )_, Other permits issued Old Fashioned Community Christmas Sing Is Dec. 5 Kindergarten Classes Enjoy Pumpkin Patch The North Canton St. Paul's students of Mrs. Donna Shadie's morning and afternoon kindergarten classes are really getting involved in Autumn,activities. Qn Oct. 20, both clas- Community Christian To Observe Heritage Sunday On Sunday, Nov. 21, The Community Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) of North Canton are planning a special service. The day will toe called "Heritage (Sunday." ■ . . November 21 is the Sunday before Thanks giving and they will be thinking of their national heritage and the traditions of Thanksgiving. They will also be thinking . of their heritage in The Church and as members of Tlie Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Guest speaker fron. Lexington Theological seminary, Dr. Richard Harrison, will meet all youth and a- . diilts'.' during the 9 a_.n..: Church School Hour. "Dr. Harrison is Professor of XQ^n^bplistorypHptiapx ^published in various periodicals in.the field of religion, and contributed thirteen articles to the Abingdon Press /•■Dictionary oi Living Religions." He recently authored the pamphlet, '"Our History," published by the Christian Board of Publication. The Children's Department has already begun preparations for the day. They are doing a series on Dis- .ciple Heritage which is the Icourse developed by Mrs. Vicky Fuqua, Christian Education Coordinator, for the" recent Regional Assembly held there. The Worship Hour will also focus on our heritage, even with some people dressed in period dres^. Associate Pastor Bruce Barkhauer will speak on "Our Christian Heritage." Following the Worship Service, the congregation will gather in The Community Room for a Heritage tDinner. Parents Of LD Children Are Sought The Stark Association for Children with Learning Disabilities will meet Wednesday, Nov. 17,. at 7:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of First Christian Church, 2600 Cleveland Ave., NW, Canton. , This meeting willbe es- , pecially important for parents of LD children. The L.D. Discrepancy Formula and the parents role in developing IEP's will be discussed by Mrs. Eunice Shonk and Eric Ertley.Mrs. Shonk is the Director ofln- structional Resource Censes took a trip to Relkbw-. ter at the Iyincoln Way 3E- -sky.!s; :^ £,iinipUri"3?£^ She-Was There"" the chiwrea,,. saw;. ¥.a' professional .background where 'and how pumpkins- ,'in special education an ate-: grow. Each child chose a small pumpkin to takehome. Six large pumpkins for carving were selected, for each class. The carving took place Oct. 725. Each . : child helped clean out; the ' pumpkins and gave their ideas for making the scariest jack - ;p,!■:-, lanterns. Parents did the^ actual carving with the children's help. After the jackro - lanterns were finished, the pumpkin seeds were roasted for a snack.7- Oct. 27 was pumpkin pie day. The children tasted, measured, poured, stirred and mixed the ingredients for pumpkin pie. After the pies were baked, the child-, ren tasted their work.Samples were shared with the teachers and staff at St. Paul's School. Mother - helpers assisted Mrs i Shadle and the teacher 's - aid, Mrs. Valentine with all three activities. Dick Celeste Is Ohio's New Governor Ohio's new Governor is Democrat Richard Celeste who defeated Republican Congressman Clarence J; Brown by a 760 percent to 39 percent margin in the November 2 general election, the count was ,1,978. 256 for Celeste and 1,302, 368 for Brown. Libertarian Phyllis Goetz had 1 percent of the vote with 40,240. VS. Senator Howard Met zeribaum (D) won his second term by defeating Republican State Senator Paul Pfeifer i.934,904 to 1,392, 546. Libertarian Philip National Hospice Week By Congressional Resolution ahd Presidential Proclamation, the week of November 7 has been designated National Hospice Week. 7 In his proclamation, President Reagan stated, "Hospice provides a humanitarian way for a terminally 'inpatient to approach death with dignity, in relative comfort, in a supportive .atmosphere, andsurround- ; ed by family members. I urge all citizens, government agencies, the medical community, and private organizations to... support the hospice care concept." Locally, the Hospice of Stark County, Inc., main- taia*. offices in the Y.W.C. A. Building and provides ; hospice care to patients and families throughout acher, Speaker, and writer. Mr. Ertley is a psychologist in the Lake School District. He received his bachelors and Masters degrees from the University of Akron. ■"■■'-■■■ '■'--': Parents arid professionals are urged to attend this very important session, For House, further details, contact Johnson Mrs. Dorothy Arlt. ■ tt_\_\WntW;*"'J''»-' '■' .'-^actiyitles; scheduled to co- it* n, f *-i ^ ' TiT X: 2f5-Wfe: with 'National Has -7 . 16th .District RepubUcan ' ^ ?7Week ^m be t^ Congressman Ra.ph Regula %^_ffi» ofknweuS defeated.Jeffrey Orensteto graduation oianeWv.iai,s ■ of hospice care volunteers. The North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce Old Fashioned Community Christmas Sing wSH be held Sunday, Dec. 5. Activities will begin at 6:30 p.m. at North Canton City Hall with the decorating of the City's Christmas Tree. Residents are urged to bring an ornament to hang on the tree. TneNorth Canton Community Band, conducted by Ed Hos tetter, will present the prelude. Gene Buffo, Master of Ceremonies, will make acknowledgements. Mayor Dennis Grady will light the Christmas Tree and Rev. Jerry Sullivan, of Community Christian Church, will conduct the Candle- lighting Ceremony and give the Christmas Prayer. Tlie Community Sing, which will immediately follow the program at City Hail, will be held on the square. The Acapella Choir under the direction of director Harry Mason, will perform and song leader is Mr. Buffo. Santa will arrive and there will be free spng sheets and candles for everyone, plus old fashioned ginger cookies "and hot mulled cider. In case of inclement weather, the program will be moved into the lobby of City Hall. A Band Concert .will'begin at 8 p.m., following the Community Sing, at .ComffltinUvyf Church. X''':''.J Community thanksgiving Eve Service North Canton's Community Thanksgiving Eve Service will be held at North Canton St. Paul's Catholic Wednesday; evening, Nov. 24 at 7:30 p.m. ■ Pastor Ron Unger of Holy Cross Lutheran Church, willpresentthe evening's message. with a vote of 109,403 to 56,712. 29th District Ohio Senator Tom Wa'sh (R) received 61,278 votes over his opponent W. Scott Gwin who received;57,386. ■ In the 51st District Ohio incumbent Dave (R) of North Canton received 65 percent of the vote to keep his seat in the newly redrawn 51st District, defeating another. North Canton resident. continued on.page 2 Prescription Instructions Soprano From Akron To Present Rev. Zuecher installed Pastor ram Soprano Joanne Marcink-- .oski .of Akron will present j a program of operatic arias 7and other airs when she .appears, as a guest artist 7 in the Walsh. CbUege Cultural Events Series at <8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 7 it) the Science Center Auditorium. The program willbe open to the public without charge. A reception will follow the program. Accompanied by Gloria Mass a, Marcinkoski will present a three - part program. ion UCC ; Swiss Steak Blmwr Nov, 12 Zion United Church of Christ, 415 3. Main St., will hold a Nov. 12 Public Dinner, J s Tlie menu includes Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, green beans and your choice of salad and dessert. This dinner will be served in Fellowship Hall from 4:30 p.m, to 7 p.mk , R. THOMAS ZUERCHEB During the Sunday morning worship service Nov. 7, Rev. Thomas L. Zuerch- er was installed as the new pastor of Mt. Pleasant Church of the. Brethren, 4152 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Jackson Township. Rev. Gordon Bucher, District Secretary pf the denomination, conducted the service, Rev. Zuefcher is a 1976 graduate of Mt. VernonNa-; zareiie College anirecelyed his Master of Divinity degree from Ashland Theological Seminary in 1979. He was ordained that same year at Mt. Vernon, He has served as pastor for four years at*. Danville, and:a year at Richmond Heights j near Cleveland, before coming to Mt. Pleasant. He is married to the former Susan Mayfield of Perry Township, and they have two children; Heather and Jared,; A new service forthebe- neflt of blind individuate, printing of prescription instructions in Braille, has been introduced at five Stark County pharmacies by Peoples Drug Stores. 7This service, the first of its kind in this area; is a- vailable at Peoples Drug Stores at three Canton locations, 3600 West Tuscarawas, 1316 3. Main St., and 1916. Cleveland Ave., NW; one Massilion location, 2110 Wales: Ave., NE; arid one Louisville location^ 100 W. Main St. > Four pharmacists and two support personnel from Peoples Drug Store attended ah in - service training program w!th the Bureau of Services for the Visually Impaired in preparation for this neWiservice. Braille characters will be used fortheprescription number, name of the medication, and instructions for its usewhehablindcustom- er requests it according to Eugene Kwapich, Supervisor of Pharmaceutical Services for Peoples Drugstores.. As a safety/measure the customers willbeasked to read theBrailleinformation back to the pharmac- is t before leaving thestore. Melvin Wilczynski, Vice President of Professional Services for Lane Drug Company, a subsidiary of Peoples Drug Stores, reported that a similar program has alreadybeensuc- cessfully introduced in the Toledo area. 'For. information about the educational or patient care services of Hospice of Stark: County, Inc., call 453-7644 and ask for "Hospice." Greentown PTA Meets Nov. 15 Greentown P.T.A.invites all parents to attend a very .important meeting Nov. 15 ■at 7:30 p.m. Following a brief business meeting, speakers frorii North Canton's Community Intervention Committee will address the topic of chemical dependency and its effect on children. There will also be a discussion of how the schools and community are working together to combat this problem which could occur , within any family. All are welcome. Local K Of C Chapter Plans Four Events Knights of Columbus Bishop McFadden Council No. 3777, North Canton, has a number of events planned for November and December. A Memorial Mass for the deceased members of Council 3777 will be held at North Canton St. Paul's Church Sunday, Nov. 14 at 8:45 a.m. A section willbe reserved for member Knights and their families. A breakfast will be served following Mass attheCoun- cil Kail. Hie Annual Christmas Dance will be held Dec. 4 at 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at the Hall.Tickets are a- vailable from members. Public is invited. Ladies Night is Nov. 17. Bro. Leo Ultrup, Brunner- dale Seminary, will show slides of Rome and Greece. A Family Sunday Mass and Communion will be on Holy Family Sunday, Dec. 26 at 8:45 a.m. Mass at St. Paul's Church. Donuts and beverage will be served ai- feGfir^tian:'"£ter7ii^*iit ;ffie"-'Cmiric!l; . Hall. Contact Elmer Krum, -— 499-8284 or Anthony Hilin ski, 494-3848 if you plan to attend. went to First Concept, $475 sign, 1103- 1117 Applegrove NW; Bob Gross, $1,500 fireplace, 625 Circle Hill; Phil Wagler, $1,850 driveway at 1179 Sprucewood SE, $1, 820 driveway, at 1167 Sprucewood SE, $1,487 driveway at 1212 Eastwoods SE, $1,510 driveway at 1132 Sprucewood SE, $l,700dri- veway at 1690 Chatham; Russell Holdren, $6,000pa- tio/deck, 328 W. Maple St.; W.E. Tanner, $2,000 carport, 1333 Elmwood SW; FredBraden, $500 roof, 854 Oakridge; WJR.McFarland. $3,200 roof, 347 Reed NW; Jack Mobley, $1,100 wall and steps, 1403 Castlewood SW: Everett Beegle, $150 roof, 225 Bachtel SE;Ralph Harper, $50shed,227Charlotte NW; Dr. Mehta, $2, 500 driveway, 600 Deerfield 3W; Joseph Romeo, $400 driveway, 420 Pierce NW: S.M. Waddle, $1,200 roof, 937 Wise SE; H.L.Wnght, $400 roof, 205 Viking NW; Rob Perez, $1,600 roof, 215 Lindy Lane SW; Tara Hannon, $450 awning, 1178 S. Main St.; Lois Walker, $2,176 roof, 132 7th NE; Betty Beggs, $2,150 shed, 930 Schneider SE; Mrs. V. G. Glasser, $1,200 siding, 1450 Jonathan SW; andMrs. IJi. Green, $1,100 roof, 815 Lynbrook SE. Volunteers Are Needed Steve Bozeka Is Rotary Tax Seminar Ouest Speaker Jn North Canton Nov. 17 Steve Bozeka, an experienced football spotter who works with Howard Cosell, willspeakon "MondayNight Football" at the Thursday, Nov. 11 meetingof the North Canton Rotary Club. Members and guests will meet at Community Christian Church for the 6:30 p.m. dinner meeting. Looking ahead, topic for the November 18 meeting is "Rotary Foundation Week." New slides on the Rotary Foundation, provided by Rotary International, will be presented, and a report on Rotary Foundation activities. Because of Thanksgiving there will be no meeting November 25. The North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce wili hold an "End of The Year Tax Seminar " November 17 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at Community Christian Church. A Continental Breakfast will be held from 8:30 to 9 ajn.Question and answer period is 11:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Presenting.the seminar are Scott Whetstone, Ernst & Whitney, 'T.E.FJI.A. Tax Equality and Fiscal Responsibility"; Ron Byrd, C.P.A., ' Sub.S., Sub Chart S. and Pensions Under T.E. F.R.A."; and Jerry Brown, Business Concepts, "Year End Planning". . - Ateam of natiGnally&aowrj- ' researchers is tryingtdde- termine whether lowering cholesterol will affect heart, disease. TheNationallnsti- tutes of Health are supporting the program at four regional medical centers throughout the country. If you are under age 65 and have had your first and only heart attack within the past five years, you mightbeel- igible to participate. For more information, call (216) 376-4494 collect. Summit Co. Genealogical Society Meets The Summit County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society will meet Nov. 20, at 6:30 p.m. at Anthe's Restaurant, 2914 W.Market, Akron. Installation of Officers will be held. Speaker is Judge Spicer. way Kits. The remainStalg H/3rd of the proceeds oif $464.84 will toe used Ito purdhase Park equipment for the Nortih. Canton Recreation Depart- merit Pictured with She new EMS equipment are (1 tb r) Kathy Weida (EMS), Jaycee Wives Karen lantzy, Ways <& Means, Susie Hines, president Xinda Byrd, co-chairman Amy Ih- zetta, Jay (Dannemiller and Greg Seemann (EMS). Not pictured are Jo Ann Ward, chairman odf the Toll Road, and Lynn Young aSso otf (the Jaycee Wives. Photograph by HUn Donate SlfOOEBSFUL TOLL ROAD. Ihe North Canton Jaycee Wives 'warit to thank aH who doniMhuted to Hhe success <of their September 26th TVjdl Road Project in (the city of North Canton. The total of contiSbutions was $1359.- 44. As anuoiinced, the N. Canton,Emergency Medical (Service received 2/3rds of the profits amounting to $804.60. Wi!£h that money the Wives purchased for the EMS one Stokes SbretdiCT, three HaHoge_. !B%sWig_its, twelve GenHfeal Oollara of various sizes and two Air-
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1982-11-10|
|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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Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc.
1082 V'.'lma Ave.
Vol. 60"- No. 3
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday. November 10, 1982
One Section 10 Pages Twenty Cents
illiam Kaiser $2,839,894 Issued In 1982
Is Nov. 14
COmiLXrniTY CmUSTMAS SING. Getttfoifc
ready for the North Canton Chamber of Com.-
merce's CSd (Fashioned Community Christmas
Sing, set Door December 5, are (front row 1 to
r) Cfndy Froelich and her son Chad, Mayor
Dennis Grady, Mrs. Don Doepker, chairman;
(_ac!k row 1 to r) Rev. Jerry Sullivan and
Don. KaMer. Activities WiH begin at North
Photoapeph by Wtfce Dansto
Canton City Hal at 6:30 pm lor trimming and
fitting of (the CkwwmunSty Christmas Tree.
The Community Sing wiH (follow on the square.
The 'Acapella Choir, under the direction of
Harry Mason, will perform. Santa will arrive
and refreshments will |