The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio on October 14, 1976 · Page 20
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TWENTY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14,1976 THE MASSILLON EVENINGITOEPENPENT Bishop Kearns wants to be remembered as gentle, pastoral Contract; DELAWARE (AP) Bishop Francis E. Kearns, who stepped down as spiritual leader of the East Ohio United Methodist Conference this summer, wants to be remembered as a nonauthoritarian, gentle, and pastoral bishop. The bishop reached the mandatory retirement age of 70 after 12 years as the conference leader. MOST of the 270,000 United Methodists in northeastern Ohio probably agree that he has not ruled in an authoritarian way, but they also know he has been a leader who believed the church should serve the world's needs. "I see more conservative trends in the church," he said, emphasizing that the church is not about to withdraw its concerns for the world's problems. Bishop Kearns said that in the Jast dozen years, blacks have greatly increased their participation in the church. "It used to be," he said, "that blacks never took part in the conference meeting. Now blacks, Hispanics and Asian-Americans all play a large role." He also said that the status o! women in the church has improved and predicted that a woman would be named a district superintendent in the conference within eight f PHOTO COPIES"1 i THREE DAY SERVICE * The Evening Independent can supply you I with copies of published Staff Photographs. i i 5x7 Copy $ 1.75 8x10 Copy '2.25 Place Orders at the Business Office of The Evening Independent years as more females gain pastoral experience. HE IS TEACHING church administration this fall at Methodist Theological School of Ohio. "I have felt I should help ministers and laymen to do the church's works. I have not judged them, but have tried to help them overcome their weaknesses," Bishop Kearns said. "I have been criticized because I did not kkk some pastors out of the ministry when they made mistakes. But Christ forgave our weaknesses. Why shouldn't a bishop." The clergyman said he hopes his successor is better prepared than he was to become bishop. "J had to borrow a robe in which to be consecrated,"he recalled. "I had left mine at home because I never dreamed I would be elected Bishop." West dealer. NoruvSouth vulnerable. NORTH *A K4 Nightmare A7 65 4 WEST Business and commerce is the major field of study among college-level students training under the GI Bill. EAST *— *J 97 5 3 2 » K Q J 10 9 8 «42 «K Q J 1098 *2 *J 4K932 SOUTH *Q 10 8 6 V783 • 3 *A 10 87 5 Dear Mr. Be«fc«r: I suffer from nightmares — bridge nightmares, that Ls. I've been having the same dream for many years now, and IVe seen quite a few psychiatrists about it, but they don't seem to be able to do a thing for me — and some of them are pretty bad bridge players besides. Pm not a good player either, but I play even worse when I'm asteep. What happens is that I'm always dealt the East hand — I recognize it each time by the four deuces — and my partner, the idiot, always opens the bidding with two hearts. I don't think he has a genuine two bid — even though he has ten sure tricks in his hand — but that's beside the point The Wddinf thereafter dotu't always follow the »am* court*, but somehow or other South invariably winds up playing the hand In seven spade*! 1 always doable him - call it a compulsive double If you will — and he always redoubles and makes the grand slam. Thii comes to a tidy 3,090 pointi and, frankly, I can't afford to lost that many points on one deal, even when I'm asleep. I really iWt think my double Is atrocious, especially after my partner, the idiot, opens with a two bid. But South makes the contract Just the same. We*t kads the Uag of hearts. Declarer takes it with the ace and returns the queen of dubs, I cover with the king and South wins it with the ace (catching the }ack), enters dummy with a diamond, leads the six ef dubs and lets it ride. He tbeo repeats the finesse against my nine, cashes a high dub, discarding a heart from dummy, and ruffs a heart with the four of spades. After that, with six tricks to go, he croosruffs the hand as I sit by helplessly undertrumping everything he plays. I hut thought that i/ I wrote and told you about this extraordinary hand, maybe this bad dream would go away. Cordially yours, John Q. Dough. Evening Independent Claitif i«d Advertising Rale* Cash Charge One Time ....$ 1.40 | 1.55 Three Times .$ 2.70 $ 3.00 One Week....$ 4.S5 $ 4.75 One Month ...$13.00 $14.00 S Lines — Consecutive Insertions. Cash rate applies when payment received with order. Deadline for insertion under classification 5 o'clock previous day to first insertion, 8:30 a.m., same day under "Too late to classify" Business Office hours 8 - 5 P.M. The Evening Independent will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion: Cancellation deadline for straight classified advertising 8:30 A.M. same day. LAW SDK* $1.30 Ukift DAILY FROM 8AM to 11PM SPECIALS GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY! fHiiwv.*- "• r \v' orange juice Ipiange '(I JUICC7! ^r —\r^ _^ •*—. •*-** ™ -« LAWSON'S SAVE 50* BOLOGNA REG.SV29 POUND 79 P LB. LIMIT ONE PER COUPON TH.S COUPON GOOD THTO SJIUO/W7S "V& \if- LAWSON'S SAVE 20' ORANGE JUICE _ ^ REG. 69P 49* 1/2 GAL LIMIT ONE PER COUPON THIS COUPON GOOD THRU SUN. 10/17/76, LAWSON'S SAVE 40' OFF ANY HALF GAL. ICE CREAM LIMIT ONE PER COUPON THIS COUPON GOOD THRU SUN. 10/17/76 LAWSON'S SAVE 20 P SANDWICH BUNS REG. 53P OOp PACKAGE «JO OF 8 LIMIT ONE PER COUPON THIS COUPON GOOD THRU SUN. TO/17/76 A CONSOLIDATED fOOD!, COMPANY 'RESPONSIVE TO CONSUMER NEEDS AND DON'T FORGET TO PICK UP A HALF GALLON OF LAWSON'S DELICIOUS FRESH APPLE CIDER THE NEXT TIME YOU SHOP- ONLY 79? I" Isabel Peron wants to enter convent BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP)—Former President Isabel Peron wants to leave her luxurious detention center to enter a Roman Catholic convent in Spain, according to a newspaper report. The afternoon newspaper LaRazon said the 45-year-old widow of Juan D. Peron, ousted by the armed forces in a bloodless coup last March 24, met with the vicar general of Argentina's armed forces Tuesday in the Swiss-style chalet where sh« has been confined since shortly after the coup. Mrs. Peron has been charged with the misappropriation of $1 million in public funds. The money was to have gone to flood victims, but was deposited in her private bank account, government sources said. Ebright dies PICKERINGTON (AP) — The burial of Don H. Ebright, a state treasurer for 12 years and a candidate for governor in i960, is scheduled for today. He was 74. Ebright, who died Monday night in a Cleveland hospital, was treasurer from 1938 to 1950 when he ran for governor, but was defeated by Democrat Frank Lausche. PERSONALS FOR THE finest hi wedding , photography cell Mario's _ Photography at 833-5372. -? YOUR WEDDING ^tory photographed by Wolf Weber. Call us first. Dial 854-2890. 11.3 Too late to classify BIG BASEMENT sate: Frl. thru Sun., 10-6, clothes, dishes, baby items, dinetle set, much misc. 919 1st st NE. 10-16 NEWLY decorated SW Massillon apartment. No pets. DiaM77-8293. 11-12 196S FORD, GOOD frarT sportation, best offer. Dial 837-3280. 1Q-20 SHERIFF'S SALE Order of Sale Case No. 76-733 The State of Ohio, Stark County, ss. The Ohio Savings Association vs. Jerry Franklin McGlothln, aka et al. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued by the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Stark County, Ohio, and to me directed I will offer for sate at, public aoctfon at ftve south door of the Court House in the City of Canton, County of Stark and State of Ohio, on Monday, October 25, 1976, the following described real estate to wit: TRACT I: Situated in the City of Masslllon, County of Stark and State of Ohio. Known as and being Lot No. 5557 according to the present numbering of the lots in said City. TRACT II: Situated in the City of Massillon, County of Stark and State of Ohio. Known as and being Lot No. 5558 according to the present numbering of the lots in said City. Located: 726 Bebb Ave. S.W., Massillon, Ohio. Appraised at Ten Thousand Dollars (110,000.00). TERMS:—Cash. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a.m. GEORGE PAPAOOPULO5, Sheriff. GERALD GOLDBERG, Attorney. Published in The Evening Independent September 23, 30; October 7, 14, 21, 1976. LAFF - A - DAY IO-{"The dishwasher just conked out... anyone remember how to do dishes?" ! — /4ff,/ if^n.//^ uvtl f ngatt | W HHPTl!!iiigjjiJ13TWIWgfgWiTff?^yy| UrwemnMe thete four Jumbles, one letter to e»eh square, to form four ordinary wordf. IMMAX | UQUA MOUPID Q RAHBOR j Now amnfc tk* circled letters t* form UM •urprW MMWCT, u •ngg««t«i by the abort cartoon. man tot I A .A. r ^ J^_ Jk^ A Itmtrtwft WAKCN FUf*Y EXHALE OCCULT CNtU W ••MM* iii tin aUm^*—"PAUWCK- 7 SPECIAL . NOTICES TOTALLY organic-grown | beef, Vj or wtwte. Dial 1-875- 2479oM.875-am. MADAME ODESSA, reader I aod advisor. Gifted. Only one of her kind who looks I into future, born under 7th i star, can foretell certain events In person's life. 2800 Lincoln Wa V E. 833-8334. 11-8 ALTERATIONS for women's and men's clothing. Zippers replaced - pants • coats • skirts - dresses. Cloth and leather coats rellrted. Shoe repairing at its best. City Shoe Hospital, 37 1st st SW. _ 10-29 PREGNANT AND upset? Fo7 free help call Birthright Dial 455-7063. _ jj.j WEDDING Invitatlonv Discounts Jo 25 per cent. All wedding accessories. Complete picture framing Weslin Studio, 111 Erie N _ LITTLE JEWEL NURSERY*" 517 9th SW. Phone 832-0953. We are not closing or selling. We are in the business of babysitting. Home away from home attitude. Hoi meals, qualified help. Open 4-6 daily. We care about your baby sitting problem- ll-io LISA'S BACK. Reader and advisor. She will help you with all yoor problems. One visit wilt convince you of her knowledge. No appointment needed. Special readings, half-price for 1 week. 716 Cherry NE, Massitlon. Open 9 to 9 daily. Ring doorbell. _ 10-25 TAKE CARE of elderly woman. One woman full time or 2 women part time to ' split? day live in. Good daily wage. If interested write to Box 23 c-o The Evening Independent. 10-14 SUMMIT County Gun Show Sat. & Sun. Oct. 16-17. Tables available, Barberton Armory, Barberton, Ohio, l- 628.2863. 10- 15 8 WANTEB TO Bl/Y TOP CASH paid for oW toys, banks, dry sinks, cupboards, oak furniture,, and baskets. Call O-239-1S25 collect or write Box 274, Sharon Center, Oh. 44274. 10-27 WANT TO buy old bottles, jars, )ugs & crocks. Dial 8327931. 10-29 WANTED: want to buy used furniture, appliances, tools, antiques and- household items. We also buy complete estates. For free appraisal and instant cash call 767-3941 orB37-4482. 11.3 WANTED: Junked or wrecked cars. J50 and up for most cars. Also buying used cars Olal'767-3671. , . 10.30 WANTED: Junked or wrecked cars. Top dotlar paid. 832• 1 503- j 10-30 ANTIQUES wanted: 832. 2040- 10-30 CASH FOR. clean used furniture, appliances, antiques, misc., offering complete auction serv'ce. . Sonny HuK.il! and fisjoc., auc fionwrs 833 ;;63 or 832-298«, Massillon, C"\ 10-30 WANTED, OLD cupboards, brass beds, oak furniture, clocks, quilts, coverlets, anything old. Write: Mellinger's, Box 144, Wilmot, Ohio 44489. 10-30 22 MALE OK K KM ALE IIKLP CROSBY'S now taking applications for full time help. Experience preferred. Apply Mgr. 14 Lincoln Way E, Massrllon. . 10-14 RN'S NEEDED lull time and part time. Second and third shifts. Doctors Hospital, 8371711. An equal opportunity employer. io-l6 WANTED: part time or full time cook, also cleaning person. Apply in person Lincoln Lounge Steak House. iQ-16 ATTENTION! Persons interested in becoming an emergency medical tKhntcan. Classes will be starting in Emergency Victim Care, for those possibly career-oriented in ambulance work. For in- ferview apply at C & C Ambulance Service, Inc. 3747 Navarre rd, SW, Canton. In person only, no phone calls. lO-is RESPIRATORY TECHNI CIAN position, full time, swing shift, experienced in all phases of respiratory therapy. Blood gas analysis, pulmonary function testing, electrocardiograms. Need not be experienced in all areas. Apply at Doctors Hospital. An Equal Opportunity Employer. 10-14 WILL DO baby sitting in Canal FuUon area. 8S4-3745 or 832_<»»-. 11.5 AVON — School's in and you can get out! Earn money on your own time selling beautfful, guaranteed Avon products. Dial 454-2122 for information. IQ.I& FREE! FREE! FREE! simply by having a -Xanadu Silver jewelry party in me comfort of; your home. You can earn quality handcrafted silver jewelry for yourself or for holiday gifts. Special rates for fund raising . groups 4 organization's. For more info call 632-2720 or 87^-5031. 10-16 WORLD BOOK childcraft sales representatives wanted. For local interview call 833-4476. 10-15 LICENSED personnel needed, maximum pay scale, fringe benefits, Mil time, 3-11. LPN preferable with pharmacology. Also, ne«d pan time RN for 11-7 shift, aWe to work some weekends;. Apply dally, Hanpver House, 435 Avis av«., Massillon. An •qua) opportunity ern- ployef. 10-27

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