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6-1783 Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc. 1982 Velma Avo. Oolumbus, Ohio 13211 Vol. 60-No. 12 North Canton,, Ohio, Wednesday, January 12, 1983 Completely Local News One Section 14 Pages Twenty Cents NC Board of Education Elects Officers For 1983 During its organizational meeting held Jan. 6 the Nwtih Canton CHy Board of Education elected dffieere for 1983. Dav-irl G. Clark was reelected president and Mrs. Jean M. Arndt was reelected vice president. • . - SWEATING IN CEREMONY. Torn Walsh (R-Jacks<m.Township) (pictured center) is sworn in as state senator for the 29th State Senate District as the 115th General Assembly ■ convened this week. Walsh, who represents most all of Stark County except Lexington, Butler (Alliance), Washington and (Paris townships, was re-elected to his second, term in the OMo Senate in November. Marcy Walsh (lefft) shares the moment with her husiband while Judge Thomas J. Moyer (fight), 10th District. Court of Appeals, presides. 3«iwa2s.r v: In other actions the Board: SET regular Meetings: First and third Thursdays at 7:30 p.rti. at Hoover High School North Campus. SET Board member's compensation at $40.00 per meeting up to 12 meetings per year. APPROVED temporary appropriations. (Final appropriations ipr 1983 are to be approved by April 1). ESTABLISHED theBoard of Education's service ftmd, $5,000.00. AUTHORIZED the Treasurer to pay salaries and other bills,ktoinvestinac- tive and interim funds, to request tax advances as necessary, to borrow funds • up to $900,000.00 to meet obligations as needed pending receipt of tax settlements. RENEWED Board Member's liability Insurance. RENEWED Board's Membership in National School Boards Association. RENEWED Board's' Membership in Ohio School; Boards Association. AUTHORIZED, renewal bf bonds: Treasurer,Superintendent, President of the Board. DESIGNATED Classified personnel negotiating team for Board: Mario Martach- ione, chairman; Mrs. Jean M. Arndt, Board member; Robert P. Braucher, Treasurer. ■■<■ AUTHORIZED ^Superintendent to attend a seminar dealing- with negotiations. HEARD a statement from Mrs. Donna Dannemiller on behalf of Tiny - Tots preschool, potential interest in 7 leasing /classrooms"jTKirt- ...,__e-Scl\o^.yx...z ■XyXyypX-tp SET the next Board of Education meeting for Jan. 20, at 7:30 p.m. at Hoover High School North Campus. Mitchel Lee Evans Es North Canton's First Baby Of 1983 ~r£? 1^,2Bar^Lly Nlorth C*1*0* area n¥3t*a_flti. aGtehei was bora to Sfr. NC Chamber Installation NC Playhouse To Banquet Jan. 25 Present 'Father's Day' The North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce's 24th Annual Installation Banquet will be held THies- day'evehing, Jan. 25 atSky- lapdyPines. Social Hourbe- gffis at 6:15 p.m. and dinner is at 7 p.m. The speaker will be a Development Specialist from the StaCe'of Ohio, Department of Economic andCqmmuntty Development. To make reservations, contact the North Canton Chamber of Commerce Office, 121 s. Main St., phone 499-5100, by Jan. 22. Film Series /ptFaith UM Church "The Care and Maintenance of a Good Marriage", a film series that runs through February 6, con- sis'ts of the following: Jan. 16, Scratching Where It Itches; January 23, Sex: Resetting the Thermostat; , '; January 30, Clearing Static ■' on the Line/ and February 6, Keys tq'Keepinga Good Thing Going. y i The Slips will be shown at 9:30 a.m. Sunday mornings and again at 7 p.m. Sunday.'evenings at Faith •United/Methodist Church, .#00 Ninth* St. NW. Additional information may be o%l^^*by~Xcalling thai ehurM office atH99-6040. Pot Bums The North Canton Playhouse announces the casting of its upcomingproduc- tion, "Father's Day", tbbe directed by Carla Deer of Canton. Miss Darr has cast the following: Pat Burns as -Louise, Pam Clark is Marion and Jodi Wilson is EsteUe. Tne men are cast in the following parts: Rick Clark is Richard, Jon Web is Harold and Jim Brothers is Tom. The story by Oliver Hal- ley is about 3 divorced couples and their feelings Pom Clark about divorce. The play is a comedy but by no means light weight. Some of the language in the show is strong and subject matter suitable only for mature audiences. Don't bring the kids! Opening night is Jan. 21, with performances weekends only through Feb. 5. The time is 8 p.m. Reservation may be made by calling 499-6511 after 12 Noon. Tne Playhouse is located at 342 Hower St. NE. Offers NC Rofarians Meet Jan. 13 RECEIVES HONORS. Hoover High School Media Communications, Deca n students (I to r) Rick Griggy, Eric Leo and Andy Ritchie, received individual honors at the First Annual Belden Village Mall Ama- , teur Photography Exhibit and Conltest. Rick received Honorable Mentions for Ms phofoo of a deer in a wooded settting and a photo of Ma- mouth Cavfr. Eric won (honorable mention for his photo of a baby in a swing at Pritete Park. Andy also received an honorable monition for his photo otf an owl. Throe Hoover Students Get total Church Awards For Their Photos Three Hoover High Sdhool Media OomnHjiflear tlons Deca H students received individual honors ait:the Fh*t IBe-fcu Village MaH Amateur Photo. gtigpby ExhiMt and Contest. the claissroom.students ob- Rick Griggy, son of Mr. and Mrs; Brian Griggy, who dives at 3674 Dotwood, received two awards. His captivating picture of a deer ■in a tranquil wooded setr ting, and ;his depicting the ; outstanding splendor of Ma- mouth Cave won honorable mentions in the "animal" and scenic categories respectively. ..■yy'y'X :■ i^EricTLeo, son of Mr. and Mrsi7B.alph Leo Jr.; who lives,* at 7632 Church $t., won anThohprable raentioh in thepeople"..' category for his picture of a baby in a swing at Price Park. Andy Ritchie, son of Mr.^ and Mrs. David Ritchie, who lives at 803 North Main . St., received an honorable mention for his sepiatoned picture of an owl's wide- eyed expression. the .'contest was open to all; amateur photographers in the Canton area. Pictures had to be enlarged to an^8 x; 10" size and mounted or matted. Categories included people, sports or action, scenic, animals, special effects and mlscel-, laiieous in black and white or color, Judging was con- ductiedby local professional photographers. .; The M edia Communications program for students interested in photography, advertising, and other com- '! mugications ^related::. be- . :cupations. By eriteian&con- tests and: completing business, related projects itt tain practical work experience in their area of interest. local Winter Carnival Set Fcr Jan. 15 The 1983 G 92 Radio- North. Canton Recreation Department Winter Carnival will take place this Saturday, Jan. 15^ at.Prtce Park in North Canton. The Carnival, complete with ice skating, hay rides; cross country skiing and softball in the snow will run from 7 to 10 p.m. Top 40 and Oldies Discs will be spun by Rockta Joe Q from the gasSeboover looking the ice skating pond. Hot dogs, potato chips and soft drinks willbe provided courtes y of Dick's S and- wich Shop in the Arcade Market, Snyder's Potato Chips and the Coca Cola Bottling Company of Canton. During the Carnival, the 092 Kangaroo will be passing out balloons, T-shirts, and albums to lucky Carni^ val goers*. The evening will conclude with a giant fireworks slbwcMftesy of loc^" al'nterchants including Zie- gler Tiro and SupplVv Offers Recreatioi For Unemployed Price Park Church of the Nazarene, 1320 W. Maple St., has started a pilot, program to provide free racquetball for unemploy- ed North Canton residents. The church's building, the ! former Racquetball Emporium, has several courts intact after remodeling* There also are facilities for wally - ball and basketball, in addition toshow- ers for men. The courts will be open from 9 a.m. to 12 noon Wednesday morning, Jan. 19. Racquets and balls are provided. Arnold Yost, assistant pastor of the church, states that -"the church in these times needs toshare, and one of the ways Price Park Church of the Nazar- ■ ehe can share is using our building for our community". Womens Action Committee To Meet Jan. 20 the North Canton Chamber of Commerce's Women's Action Committee; will meet Thursday, Jan. 20 at*7:3Q. a.m. at Country Minor Restaurant on Ever- hard Rd. NW, Canton, for aibreakfast meeting. Theme is "Sharing Experience". Make reservations with the North: eantGn^ehamberofy Commerce, 121S.M.«i„St., 499-5100; JomssW. Aldrich Jim Aldrich, vice presir dent of Harter Bank, will be guest speaker at the Thursday, Jan. 13 meeting of the North Canton Rotary Club. Members and guests will meet at Community Christian Church for the 6:30 p.m. dinner meeting. Mr. Aldrich is respon-' sible for the Bank's entire • commercial lending func- 7 tion including corporate new business development. . Aldrich has extensive experience in the banking field. Most recently he has served as Vice President and Central Region Manager pf Business Development and Corporate Banking of the National Division for National City Bank of Cleveland. Prior to that he had similar responsibilities for the Eastern Region after serving as abusi- ness development officer in the Fourth District Divis- 'lOri.;-'/"'-/.-' He is a graduate of Akron St. Vincent High School and earned a bachelor of science degree lnbusiness administration from Kent State University and a mas- ?tei.'s degree in business administration from Akron University. He has also completed the Executive Bank Management program at Columbia University and the Graduate School of Banking at the University •of Wisconsin,. _^7 7 _ .. Aldrich is married and has two children. Of Courses Satisfy your artistic interest by enrolling'in "Art in the Western World." Learn more about thewrit- ings of the Old Testament by choosing *X)ld Testament Literature." Learn more about health care by taking a course In "Health" or "First Aid & Safety". These are but asampling of the courses being offered Spring Semester atMal- oneCollege. Registration is from 2 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13. Prospective students are reminded that they must be admitted prior to registration. Classes willbegln Monday, Jan. 17. Additional information on classes and enrollment procedures is available at Malone, 489-0800. Building Permits Issued In December Total $50,350 _Only four building permits were issued in North Canton during ithe month oi December, totaHne $50,350.00. , , ,/-'/;; ... 7. ■ . ■ Permits were issued to . • • Community Square, $36,030 irempifel^^ilZg^ s.. Main.. St.; "Randy" Saiitahgeid, $5, 200 vinyl siding, 124 6th NE; B oard of Educati on, $9,000 wall repair atChar- lotte School, 200 Charlotte NW; and Lawsons, $150 sign, 120 Applegrove NE. During the year ot 1982, 403 building permits were issued totaling $3,389,915 compared to a total of $7, 757,625 inl981.Thebusiest month in 1982 was July with 66 permits issued totaling $363,957 and the lowest number of permits Issued in 1982 was in December when only four permits were issued. Mitchel weighed 7 pounds 6 1/4 ounces at birth* ahd measures 20 1/2 inches long. Dr. Schroeder was the attending physician. Mr. Evans is employed by Hummel's IGA and Mrs. Evans also was employed at Hummel's before Mit- ,chel's birth. Pround grandparents are Jane Evans of North Canton and Tom and Shirley Roy of North Canton. A picture of the area's first baby for 1983 and his pround parent", appears on an inside page along with the list of gifts from area merchants to the new arrival and his parents. Area merchants offering prizes to the winner include: It's A Small World Children's Clothier, Bible's Amoco Service, Joe Peters Inc., Geiseh Haus Restaur-, ant & Beer Garden and Hans Huber, North Canton Floral & Gift Shoppe, Carl Sponseller & 3ons,LoganSportS£ North Canton Radio &TV, Wideman Funeral Home, Belden Gtirves Brown Der- > by, The North Canton Sun, The Halrworks, Bob Werstler Hardware & Plumbing, H & H Auto Parts, Hum- mel's IGA, Bennet's, Davies Pharmacy, The Dona'. Factory, Finney's Drug Stores, Viking Glass & Mirror, Heritage Carpet Co., Greenhp's Sunoco Inc., North Canton Community Building YMCA, L & K Restaurant (Belden Village), McDonald's , Italo's Pizza, and Warner Amex Cable. ' New Directors Recently elected to the North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for 1983 are Mel Edgar of Ohio Power, Jane Coleman of the Dark Room, Harvey Morris of Morris Office Equipment, H. Roger Clark of the Hoover Co., and Jim Staley of Staley's Union 76. the?Nor|h Canton.Play-,. house 'Ybuth; Performing Arts Group had their monthly fimd raising event, a 24 hour rock - a - thon Dec. 27 and 28. Each participant brought a rocker and a food item-for the group. Sponsors Pledged an amount per hour of "rocking". Elisa Kimball, the group director was in charge. Participants were Carla and Mike Burkhardt, Rick and Ross Hi His, Eve- tte Kimball, Sherri Lepkow- ski, Adam Leonatti, Mary Ann Heath, Michelle and Mark Fashian. Thegroupis raising money for a planned theatre trip to New York City. The group also had their Christmas News Years a- wards banquet al the Pines Restaurant on Dec. 30. Everyone was awarded a Certificate/Those receiving special honors were Mark and Michelle.Fashian, Rick Hilles and Sherry Lepkowski. Carla Burk hardt received excellent honors and Mike Burkhardt and Irma Kimball received outstanding honors. The awards were given for attendance and performing excellance. Volunteer Helps Many The Stark County Welfare Department is now recruiting volunteers tobe- come Friendly Visitors. Many clients are aged and disabled, without families and supportive friends, as well as existing on poverty or low income level. These individuals need someone to share a give - and -take relationship to provide the enjoyment of being wanted and liked. Those interested in more information about this rewarding program should call Malsie Cox, Volunteer Coordinator, at 452-4661. FOSTER PLiAGEMESNT PROGRAM. Donna Baker, Advocate Coordinator otf Ihe Network Program, c&aits with KesHyann Eflackbiim, foster parent and foster child in the Network's newly renovated office made a reality by a donation from the Stark DounftyFwindaUon. Network is a faster pSmheifit; program for boys and ffirls who would otherw'ise be placed In group homes or be institutionalized. The concept is based on a small network of foster parents working closely with the Network staff. Anyone interested in intfarmation on becoming a foster parent may call 454-1267 weekdays 9-12. The Network Program is a "service <sf PtetSswajr;-House, a grt>yp hcsne _es» boys.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1983-01-12|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
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Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc.
1982 Velma Avo.
Oolumbus, Ohio 13211
Vol. 60-No. 12
North Canton,, Ohio, Wednesday, January 12, 1983
One Section 14 Pages Twenty Cents
NC Board of Education
Elects Officers For 1983
During its organizational meeting held Jan. 6
the Nwtih Canton CHy Board of Education elected
dffieere for 1983. Dav-irl G. Clark was reelected
president and Mrs. Jean M. Arndt was reelected
vice president. • . -
SWEATING IN CEREMONY. Torn Walsh (R-Jacks