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Lib. Ohio Hist. Soc. *6-1786 1982 Velma Ave. Vol. 61 • Columbus, Ohio 43211 North Canton. Ohio, Wednesday, November 2, 1983 Completely Local News One Section 14 Pages Twenty Cents North Canton Many Candidates Unopposed K^Very Little Competition In POSTER CONTEST WINNERS. StftKrifititinfe winning entries in the recent poster contest for children dn ithe North Canton School System, grades one ithrough sfac, held in conjunction wiitib. Fire Prevention. Week by tihe Noitth Canton Fire Department Include: (Front row, left to right) Tara 'Gonzalez, Deurcy Valot, 'Craig Scaitot, Baiibee Sdhiick; (Back row, least to right) Tami PehteHo, Kaithy Gill, Soott Ap- plegate, Christopher Horn, Karl Llinet, Michael Lefolto, Russell Tate. Inspector Bill Knqpp (tor right) of the Nortih Canton Fire Prevention Bureau was the contest coordinator. Thanksgiving SPEKXA_L PROGRAM. The Pilot Club of Canton, a servtice brganimtlWJ for:, execulfiive business and professipna- wwnen. jn c^°Pe^^Ii ^"^ m program tor HitemcU<aroped children, entitled "Pilot latere."- a musksfl. ttieatre group comprisea^f phj^Urand te^ dren, agis 5 through 15. TKe group is designed to offer these jchgtan the ooportJunilty to partUdpiate In jnuStaal .theaitre p«)dulctions throughout the year. The fiirst production «<AHce Through Hhe I««nR ■ Glass - » £Xd tor November 11, 12 and 13 at WaM,iDoBgp Science Cfertter Auditorium. Every child who audfotoned for the theatre grtxup was given a roie. ' NC Planners MeetNoV;2 A. meeting of the Planning Commission will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at North Canton City Hall. ; The followlrigitem willbe on the agenda: A request for review of proposed ordinance amending Subsections (a) and (bT of Paragraph 2. Procedure of Chapter A. AmendingPro- cedure. Section IV.; Chapter C.'Similar-Usps, Section III; and Par-graph 3. Application and Procedure of Chapter B. Conditional Use Permits, Section III. of Ordinance No. 2940 of .the Zoning Ordinance ofthe City of North Canton by the establishment of aproced-* ure for notification to abutting property owners and property owners across the street from the subject property by. the Planning Commission of the City of North Canton for a public hearing held with regard to tfte application and procedure in respect to a zone change amendment, similar use and application for a conditional use permit as submitted by the Ordinance and Rules Committee of Council. Bridge Work Closes Road Stark County Engineer, Joseph A. Sturrett, announced today that a sec-: tion of Elmhurst.Ave. NW, in Plain Township, will be closed for, three weeks beginning Tuesday Nov. 1. Sturrett noted that Elm- huhst Ave. NW, will be closed between Ivy St.; NW, and Mt. Pleasant St. NW, toper mlt county bridge crews to widen a bridge and align the approach roadways. Detour routes • will be posted during the closure. The Witness;' To Be Presented AtZsonNov. 13 Zion United Church of Christ, 415. S. Main St.,, has announced the playing of 'The Witness'' presents ed by Holy Trinity Lutheran, Church. ■"The Witness" is a contemporary Christian Muy sical which features the, a-, postle Peter as he witnesses to the dynamic impact made on his life through- Ms personal relationship with;Jesus Christ, Theplay enables you to experience the joy of Jesus' birth, the excitement of His death, the sorrow of His death; the life - giving power of His Resurrection and the wonderful privilege pfhelngHis witness to the world by the power of His Holy Spirit. We pray that this production will produce more witness<• es. tothe ljfechangingpbwer Of Jesus Christ and stir ■ those who love Him already to serve Him more fervently.."' . This play will be presented at Zion United Church of Christ in the Fellowship Hall, on Sunday, Nov, 13 at 7:30 p.m. Free will offering will be taken to cover production costs. NC Playhouse Plans Auditions Audition for "TheLittlest Angel" will be held at the North Canton Playhouse, 342 Hower NE, Nov, 8 at 6:30 - 8 p.m. Seven children, ages 6-12 years old are needed and cannot be taller than 4'10". Must be able to sing as a chorus. Production will be presented in December. Further information maybe obtained by calling Mary McManaway at 499-6511 after 12 noon. Auditions for "A Holiday Extravaganza" a talent showcase to be performed in conjunction with "The Littlest Angel", willbeheld at the Noirth Canton Playhouse, Nov. 10, 5-7 p.m. Boys and girls, ages ,5 through 18 years old; dancers, singers, are needed for specialty numbers. Please bring prepared numbers. Production wiU be presented in December. Further information maybe obtained by calling Mary McManaway at 499-65ir after 12 noon. Is Underway During the week of October .30 to November;.5, alLparishioners in the Diocese of Youngstown have been asked to take suitable clothing to their parish hall or facility to be included , in the. . annual Thanksgiving Clothing Drive sponsored by the Catholic Charities Office. John Herrlich, who coordinates the drive every, year, explained that the: drive is conducted over a three-week period. . This ; past week parishioners were asked to check their/. ;ihpii^fo0iQWin_iah^hjejy?;.; nb longer need and to set it aside for the drive. This coming second week they are to take it to the parishes where it will besort- ed and tagged. The third week of the drive will be set aside for the packages to be taken from the parishes to the receiving centers assigned to, each county. Mr. Herrlich emphasized that . this makes it important that donors tothe drive be sure to bring clothing to their parish hall no later than Nov. 5. While all clothing is acceptable, there is a great need for lightweight clothing since many of those who need the clothes live in the tropics. Mr. Herrlich asked that impractical items such, as fancy hats, men's neckwear,evening gowns and unrepaired items not be contributed. At the end of the drive last year, more than 60 tons of clothing were collected and shipped to needy people around the world in some 38 countries. The clothes are packed and shipped to the Catholic ReliefServices in New Y.irk where they will be shipped to those who need them most at the time. This drive has been an annual event for 21 years. "The North: Canton Education Association Representative Council has adopted a resolution soundly rejecting State Tax Issues 2 and 3 as immediate and long range dangers to the well - being of the school program in the district. "The Representative Council opposes State Issue 3, which would eliminate critically neededstate tax dollars, and State Is-_ sue 2^ which would require • a 60% vote in each house of the legislature to enact any future tax changes. ''Tin. loss of approximately $1 million in state money to our district if Issue 3 is passed amounts to about 1/8 of our present school budget. The board of education would behard- pressed to find waystobal- ance our education budget. We are particularly concerned about the impact of Issue 3 on students who suddenly may find the opportunities provided by special - and basic programs deified to them. Parents, should be concerned that they may find themselves paying for student books and materials ■ now being provided at no charge. Furthermore, a tax levy of 4.58 mills would be required to compensate for the loss in state funds. "We are, of course, also concerned about the demoralizing effect Issue 3 would have on the teaching staff who would have to deal with less than adequate teaching conditions and supplies and face larger classes to make up for the los^ of special programs Vftped out because of insufficient money. "T.^e Representative J: Council in North i Ca^tjbn hopfes that thevot- §eii_ .bf ithls odmmuhity:;wJlll. vtakp""'the time; tb'editcaTg'^ tbems elves about the serious* implications of these two ballot issues to the younsters in our schools." North Canton Education Association Suzanne Burnett, . . President North Canton For This Election 'Election Day is Tues., Nov. 8, with election polls open from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm. North Oanrtion residents will be voting for Mayor, City Council, School Board, Tire Tax Levy, Cleric of Courts, Municipal Court Judge and (three Ofefo Constitutional AimendmenftB. Akron Pastor To Appear On 700 Club' Charles M. Irish, pastor of St. Luke's Episcopal Churcii in Akron, will be a featured guest on "The 700 Club" television show Tuesday, Nov. 8, at 10 a.m. and 11:30 p.m. on WAKR, Channel 23. Also the rector of a major Episcopal parish in O- hio, Irish will tell the remarkable story of his parish. "The 700 Club" a magazine-style show hosted by Pat Robertson, is seen Monday-Friday in most of the nation. The show Is syndicated to about 150 broadcast stations and is carried on cable four times a day oil the CBN Cable Network which is available in more than;22 million TV households. Dove Saffens The race for North Canton's Mayor is relatively uncomplicated. William R. Hines, 37, of 1451 Rogwin Cir. NW, is unopposed. An attorney with the law firm ^merman, Bert and Jones, Mr. Hines served as a North Canton Councilman - at - , Lat-g&'for three consecutivetermsTaWhab: .'Bete'ti a tpember of Council's Finance and Personnel Com-: mittees and Chairman ofthe Ordinance and Rules and Moral Claim Committee of Council. He and his wife Susie have one son and three daughters. Seven candidates are running for the three Council- at-Large seats. Incumbent candidates are Glenn "Jim" A. Maag of 507 7th St. NW, and Daun I. Willaman of 307 Wise NE. Also running for the three Council -at- Large seats are Gerald L. Baker of 3B3 Rose Lane SW} Donald E. Moore, 265 Orchard Hill Dr. SW; Tom Rice, 1123 Linwood Ave.SW; DaveSeffens, 800Everhard Rd. SW; and Richard G. Waltenbaugh, 1702 Beechwood Dr. NE. Maag, a carpenter and building contractor, is a graduate of Greensburg High School and attended Ohio State University. He has served on North Canton City Council for 14consecutive years, 7 years as Ward I Councilman and 7 years as Councilman-at- Large. He is Council's representative to the North Canton Planning Commission. Mr. Maag is a member of the North Can- Richard G. Waltenbaugh ton Chamber ofCommerce, North Canton Elks, and Zion United Church of Christ where he has been a member of the choir for 27 yrs. He has lived in North Canton for 35 years and has been involved in numerous civic activities. He and his. :wife.:baKe *2~children.* PMrs;. ;LWlIlamanT-"577 is~ a higfi/school graduate and attended Malone College A- dult Educationclasses. In addition to her Council-At-. Large duties, Mrs. Willaman is a homemaker. She was a Ward n Councilman for two years and has been a Councilman-at- Large for 4 years. She has served on most Council Committees and says she is "especially proud to have been Chairman of theSafety Committee for the past six years." Mr. Baker, 40, a partner in the law firm of Baker & Kyhos Co., L.P.A., attended Heidelberg College, received hisB.A.degreefrom Bowling Green State University and his J.D. degree from Ohio State University College of Law. He is a member ofthe American, State andStark County Bar Associations, is a member of St. Pauls's Episcopal Church where he has been a ves-. tryman for the last five years, held the office of Clerk and Is currently the Chancellor. Mr. Baker is a member of the North Canton Ciiaaiiiber ofCommerce, is a Precinct Committeeman and is a member of numerous clubs and organi- Gary Weehter zations in the area. He and his wife have three children. " Mr. Moore, 34, is a vice president with Independent Insurance Service Corporation and holds the professional insurance designation of Chartered Property and;Casualtv,J)nrterwrlt- -er.-;"A- graduate of Den* ispn University, he IS'^S past president of the In-, dependent Insurance Agents of Canton. He is a member of many civic organizations and is a member of Christ United Presbyterian Church. He and his wife, Debbie have one son. Mr. Rice, Vice President and Co-owner of Arthur Treacher, Fish & Chips of Stark.County, is a graduate of Ohio University where he majored in Goverrment and History. He was a school teacher and coach before entering the restaurant business. He is a member of numerous civic organizations. He and his wife Jennifer are expecting their first child in November. Mr. Steffens, 36, is: a graduate of Lehman High School and has attended Q- hio State Hi^iway Patrol Academy, Kent State University of Michigan, IT. S.C. and U.S. Army Intelligence. His occupation is Senior Instructor Law Enforcement - Criminal Justice. A life-long resident of the North Canton/Canlon area, Mr. Seffens is a six-year member of the North Canton continued on page 7 Sr. Citizens Nov. 8, allSeidors arein* vited to the Jolly Pilgrims covered dish luncheon at ; 11:45 in the fellowship hai} at the' Chapel in Marlboro; on Route 619, 1 ml* east of Route 44. ; Mary Jane Kinsley will furnish a half hour of varied music, vocal and instrumental. Dr. Pressler Is Rotary Guest Speaker Dr. C,L. Pressler, local Canton Oral Surgeon, will speak on the Republic of China at the Thursday, Nov. 3 meeting of the North Can- top Rotary Club. Members and guests will meet at Community Christian Church at the 6:30 p.m. dinner meeting. NCAARP Chapter 2894 Meets Nov. School Board Meeting A regular meeting of the North Canton City Board.of' Education is set for Nov. 3 at 7:30 p;m. at the Hoover HighSchool North Campus for the purpose of considering regular business necessary to transact. The Rev. Richard Findlay will present a Thanksgiving message to members of North Canton Chapter No. 2894 of AARP when they .meet Nov. 8. A program of musicbyMrs.Karl(Dor- oft y) K*. dde r and Mrs. Laird (Naomi) Isenqgle will follow the regular noon luncheon in Community Chrtsitan Church. The West-side Market, Old Stone Church, Crawford Museum and the revitalized are among points of Interest to be visited when nem- bers journey to Cleveland Friday, Nov. 18. A representative pjf the Convention Bureau will conduct the tour which includes lunch fn the Hoibrow. The bus will depart from Zion Lutheran Church parking lot at 7:30 a,m. Volunteers Are Needed Do you have a hard time getting the holiday spirit? Maybe you haven't looked In the right place. This year consider volunteering at the Sheltered Workshops Gift Garden at 3041 Cleveland Ave. S. in the South- gate Shopping Center. The cheerful, colorful ceramics will help you help others to achieve ihe true feelings of the season.: Call..484-4814 for further information. Chicken Supper At Greentown UM Church Tlie Greentown United Methodist Church Women will serve a Chicken Supper Nov. 5 from 5-7 p.m. The church is located 1/4 block east of the square at 3088 State St.,, Greentown. Phiatogr_p_, by MUee Donate OPENS NOV. 4. The North Canton Playhouse- will present the adult pnoduotlon "The Boys In The Band" Nov. 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18 and 19 alt 8 pm. ait 342 Hower NE. Three members of the cast are (1 to r) Steve Duke, Judd Weber and Bob SammaDino. This play te for maiture audiences. To make reservations call 499-6511 after 12 noon.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1983-11-02|
|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.|
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Lib. Ohio Hist. Soc. *6-1786
1982 Velma Ave.
Vol. 61 • Columbus, Ohio 43211
North Canton. Ohio, Wednesday, November 2, 1983
One Section 14 Pages Twenty Cents
North Canton Many Candidates Unopposed
K^Very Little Competition In
POSTER CONTEST WINNERS. StftKrifititinfe
winning entries in the recent poster contest
for children dn ithe North Canton School System, grades one ithrough sfac, held in conjunction wiitib. Fire Prevention. Week by tihe Noitth
Canton Fire Department Include: (Front row,
left to right) Tara 'Gonzalez, Deurcy Valot,
'Craig Scaitot, Baiibee Sdhiick; (Back row, least
to right) Tami PehteHo, Kaithy Gill, Soott Ap-
plegate, Christopher Horn, Karl Llinet, Michael Lefolto, Russell Tate. Inspector Bill Knqpp
(tor right) of the Nortih Canton Fire Prevention Bureau was the contest coordinator.
SPEKXA_L PROGRAM. The Pilot Club of Canton, a servtice brganimtlWJ
for:, execulfiive business and professipna- wwnen. jn c^°Pe^^Ii ^"^
m program tor HitemcU|