Dover Daily Reporter July 5 1969 DONE
Dover square got a face lift, too, this spring when the Dover Garden Club planted flowers and bushes. Yellow and red celosia and pe t u n i a s were placed around the bird baths and near the bell. Butterfly bushes were also planted and geraniums and petunias were used in the hanging flower pots. The group pulled weeds and will keep the flowers watered. watered. Dover Service Director Arthur Hanni issues a big "thanks" to the group for its work. * Joel Gordon of the Velvet Crest has informed me the group will release its first album sometime this fall while touring the college circuit. The group was on tour in the West, but Joel was called home to complete complete arrangements for release release of its new single, "Lookin' Through the Eyes of Love," and to plan promotion promotion for the record. You can see and hear the Crest in action at Meyers Lake Park in Canton July 16-17 when they and other name groups including the Lemon Pipers and the 1910 Fruitgum Co. perform for Pop Music Festival sponsored sponsored by WHLO Radio. The judicial conference held at Atwood Lodge last weekend might have saved a Cleveland judge from getting getting gray hair. Judge Joseph Joseph Nahra arrived home Saturday just after the birth of his fourth child, and a little too late to be the nervous, nervous, expectant father.