The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on July 27, 1974 · Page 11
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The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 11

Dover, Ohio
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Saturday, July 27, 1974
Page 11
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Serving Our Flag I Th« TIMES-REPORTER 1 Sat., July 27.1974 DOVER NEW PHILADELPHIA. OHIO WILLIAM HANDRICH William Handrich, a Tuscarawas County juvenile probation officer, has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the U. S. Air Force. Lt. Handrich will begin a four-year tour of duty Aug. 6, accompanied by his wife, the former Marsha McNutt, and their sons, Todd, Shawn and Erich. He will attend an aircraft maintenance officers school at Chanute AFB in Illinois for five months. There he will study management, scheduling and planning methods required to assure a high standard of maintenance for Air Force missions. A son of the Raymond Hand- richs of RD 1, Dover, he graduated from Tuscarawas Valley High in 1962 and served with the Air Force on active duty and in the Reserves until 1972 when he was discharged with the rank of technical sergeant. Lt. Handrich graduated last month from Kent State University under the Air Force ROTC program and received a bachelor of general studies degree, concentrating in political science, an associate in science of law enforcement administration and an associate in arts of general studies. While attending KSU, he was elected to the Tuscarawas County board of education and also served on the Buckeye Joint Vocational School board. PFC.GARYHAUGHT Pfc. Gary Haught has completed seven weeks of basic training at Ft. Knox,Ky. After spending a leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Haught of 212 W. Main st., Port Washington, he will report to Ft. Belvoir, Va. His new address will be: 282-546322, Co. B, Enlisted School Brigade, Ft. Belvoir, Va. PVT. RICHARD WRIGHT MICHAEL H. BOWMAN Michael H. Bowman, a former Uhrichsville resident who moved to Tiltonsville and graduated from Buckeye South High, is undergoing basic training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center after enlisting in the Navy. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown of Yorkville, 0. BARBARA BURGESS Marine Corps Pvt. Richard Wright has completed 11 weeks recruit training at Parris Island, S.C. After a 10-day leave, Pvt. Wright will report to the 2nd Marine Division at Camp Le- Juene, N. C., for training as a rifleman. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wright of 123 6th st. NW, New Philadelphia. Barbara Burgess, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Burgess of RD 2, Dover, will report to the Women's Marine Battalion at Parris Island, S.C., in October for eight weeks recruit training. Miss Burgess, a 1974 Dover High graduate, enlisted in the Marine Corps. First spacewoman to be one of first female priests By George Cornell AP Religion Writer NEW YORK (AP) The first woman in space, Jeannette Piccard, is taking another flyer to become one of the Episcopal Church's first women priests. "I'll make it if I live long enough," says Mrs. Piccard, now 79. A lively, pungent woman with a zest for pioneering ventures, she is among 11 women planning to be ordained at a regulation-challenging service in Philadelphia next Monday. Concerning the restrictions that have kept women out of the church's priesthood, she says. "They're medieval." "They're the result of a biological misunderstanding of the middle ages," she said in an interview last fall in Louisville, Ky., at the Episcopal Church's convention, which refused - by a technicality - to authorize women priests. She said the medieval world didn't understand that a woman's seed is just as essential as a man's in producing life. "If women can't represent men at the altar, then men can't represent women, "she said. Mrs. Piccard, widow of the late famed aerospace scientist Jean Piccard, became the first woman in space in 1934, when she piloted a spherical balloon to an altitude of 57,559 feet into the stratosphere. A holder of degrees in philosophy, psychology, education and organic chemistry, Mrs. Piccard was a .-consultant to NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston between 1964 and 1970, and is holder of numerous awards, including the Harmon trophy from the League of International Aviators. For a decade, she also has served with Episcopal schools in Houston and in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn., where since 1970 she has been a deacon, the first step toward the priesthood. Usually, a deacon advances to the priesthood in six months to a year. But Mrs. Piccard, as a woman, has waited five years. She's among 120 Episcopal women who have completed theological training, been ordained deacons, and now are waiting to enter the priesthood. About 200 other Episcopal women are studying in seminaries. Amid that gathering pressure, the 11 women deacons planned to jump the gun, defying the church's practice and policy, and be ordained at the hands of the inactive bishops. However, church standing committees of their 'home dioceses have not approved — as required by canon law — and most of their home diocesan bishops say the women would be barred, from functioning as priests. GREG FRESHWATER Greg Freshwater, a 1970 Dover High graduate, received a bachelor of science degree from the University of Akron and is doing medical research at the University of South Carolina at Columbia. He plans to continue post-graduate work there. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Thad Freshwater of 334 James st., Dover. Pvt. Charles Frame has completed a 17-week automotive repair course at the Army's Aberdeen proving ground in Maryland. A son of Mrs. Amey Abbuhl of 614 E. Front st., Dover, he was trained in the maintenance and repair of wheeled and tracked vehicle engines and accessories, powertrain units and chassis components. Pvt. Frame's father, Art Frame, resides in Wooster. 4-H Angel Valley Rosebuds will hold a bake sale Saturday at 10 a.m. in Spring Electric at New Philadelphia with proceeds going to a 4-H camp fund. The group met in the home of Diane, Denise and Debbie Grimm of RD 1, Stone Creek, when beautification plans for the community were discussed. Plans were made for some members to attend 4-H camp at Piedmont. Next meeting is Friday in the home ofKathyBarbee. Jolly Jills met in the Jack Widder home and planned a campout Aug. 23 and 24 at Forest Hills. Beverly Widder, Carole Sparren and Renee Stevanus gave demonstrations. Beverly and Beth Ann Widder served refreshments. Next meeting is Wednesday at 2. Projects are to be completed then. East End Homemakers went on a hike for a club project with Karen Carlisle as the guide. They also discussed the mother's tea. The next meeting will be July 30 at 7:30 at Mrs. Dan Harding's home. Indian Meadows to dedicate Indian Meadows Church of God will dedicate its building site on County Rd. 80 across from Dover's Indian Meadows subdivision Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Rev. Marvin Baker, pastor of the llth Street Church tti God in Canton, will speak. The congregation, which began as the East High Aye. Church of God in New Philadelphia, now meets in Dover Masonic Temple. Construction on a 40 by 100-foot building began this week with J. A. Raeder Inc. of Dover as general contractor. Designed by Marr, Knapp & Crawfis, Architects, of New Philadelphia, the structure will serve as a fellowship hall after a sanctuary is added. Rev. Daryl Williamson, pastor of Indian Meadows, said the church has invited Dover officials to Sunday's dedication because its tract has been released for annexation to the city. Young Apostles to sing CARROLLTON - The Young Apostles will sing Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the public square. Their appearance is part of the Buckeye Jamboree program. The group is part of the Stan Scott Evangelistic Assn. U is featured on its television program and has its own radio show. The Young Apostles record for Superior Records of Nashville, Tenn., a company owned and operated by Puane Allen of the Oak Ridge Boys. i ••Mill D I DOVER, OHIO'S BRAND NAME SELF-SERVE DEPARTMENT STORE MIRACLE LANE PLAZA SHOP DAILY: 10 A.M.-t P.M. SUNDAY: NOON-6 P.M. PRICES EFFECTIVE: While quantities last during Saturday July 27, thru Monday July 29,1974 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT ALL QUANTITIES. MOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS OR MISPRINTED ILLUSTRATIONS. SUMMER FURNITURE SALE CHAIRS-CHAISES-ROCKERS Vinyl-webbed-red wood-aluminum com binations. Cots-beds, etc. ENTIRE STOCK! BONANZA • ENTIRE STOCK! •FAMOUS BRANDS • ALL MODELS WITH AND WITHOUT STANDS

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