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\f^-roT(1|)pffi;fi^ '•"art-*..*! Vu 28 NO. 49 NORTH CANTON, C-HIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1953 7c PER COPY Mom Of Decision Most of us .who listen to the radio have heard the rival- fet who exhorts: "This is the hour of Decision." -He uses the phrase as a pleia for personal and spiritual renaissance. \This day and hour is truly "The Hour of Decision" but in a far., more vast, far mor6 vital way, than mere personal consideration. v'lt is the "Hour of Decision"' for thetee' United States, for the World, for all Humanity. It is the Hour in which there must be decision as to whether the forces which stand for liberty, our cherished system of free enterprise, retention; of the dignity of man, will stand or fall. 'It is the hour in Which to decide whether dictatorship, t6tal|tarianiisim, deslpotiism, in th'e form 'of Communism, Nazism, Facli-m or whatever label its proponents place upon their system, will dominate the future. .fit is the critical hour in which to dieter mine whether we,'*as free people under a free government, will play on the Freedom Team, the Despot's Team or the Team of Apathy. >It is NOT the hour to play into the hands of those who would abrogate OUR freedom by internal dissension, either within our unions, our government, or our belief in a union of-free .nations. .'''It is the hour ifi which we must all decide whether a welcome lessening of tax burdens, a tightening of belts as the .economic cycle swings downward a bit in ti# inevitable production slow-down that follows the end of any shooting war. is <worth its ultimate cost. ! It is the hour in which we must realize that a "truce" is not ft "peace" and that until there is truly lasting "peace" there can be no safety of freedom. - *\It is the ""Hour of 'decision".—yours' arid ___ine—-in this S" terval between now and January when our Senators and epr^entatives go back to Washington to translate into natiot|al decision, by legislation, the decisions we rn^ke NOW, for their gip-ikce before that return to the legislative halls. There ckn_. no evasion 'of the issue—no "passing the buck.'| Under our system of government, you and i, Mr. and. Mrs. America, rule. The Congressman who vote are merely the Charlie MedairtHy's of our niahipulatioB. Tfuly t^ is the "Hour pf Decision.'' . ... Hfive YOU made up your mind? Titpe For Negotiation h Now September arid late August are always critical months on thgi; historian's European calefodiar. Traditionally, this is the petiod when wars and'threats of war have burst upon the scSie. An August or a September'without ah' "incident",' atvleasjt, sejd_m pass into, history and 1953 has been no„.ex- eeptio|. lien's revolution, the Trieste! turmoil, East Germany'! corftihu-d resistance' to^dmAiunism -* couplfed-with the unrest in France, Italy and German internal affairs — have made news all over-the world. JRiissi^t's announcement of an.&tomic explosion of the H-Bomb type, copiirrned by pUr ovfei Atomic Eneirgy Commission, dapped the climax, _|iese diffic-dttes and the imjrticatiopg flowing from them _Are 'enough to make the gloorrpest Deans, among us cheerful.by co;_tra4*t :with th^. men_who run 'pur State ,Der partmlnt. Ye, there'are ba^es for an opposite reaction. Fear of diai^er makes; cowlards, but it also-makes heroes and1 wise men_i| well; JThe riskwe run in troubled times are shared by- ailjiatioMs. Tliey too are fearful for the future. Opt of 6ur miitual concerns, there develops a need, for mutuail council. When' opposing forces are able to anticipate conf_i|., they may /also be able to avoid it. Negotiation is b.etteil than destrjictkra. We have found out this truth in Ottf;dohiestic Ilf^yit is no less.true in world'affairs. We arte reaching the stalemate, position where; all of us know-that in WorldiWar IH, there will be no victors. There wilUbe only S;UrViv^rs. Out of tfiig knowledge, rn'ay come the will to reason, 'the time tohegptiate. Our power is at its peak. Ne- ioi from strength is: the only way to negotiate. The Ihce table is far mightier than thie sword. Garden Club Holds lep. Bow Presented Special Plates Practice Show , I Thursday, Sept. 17 A practice flower show will We the feature of the evening when members of the North Canton Garden Club meet Thursday evening,! September 17, in the Community Building. Mrs. William Krichbaum has released the schedule for the practice show, which will include two sections, arrangement classes and horticulture. Section I, "Arrangement Classes," will feature five classes: Harvest Arrangement, Coffee- Table Arrangement, Buffet Arrangement, Wildflower Arrangements, and Color Section. Color Section will include four subdivisions: Green as Grass, Deep Purple, Blue as the Sky, and Yellow as Gold. Section II, '^'Horticulture," will include Specimens and House- plants. Each member will be expected to enter an exhibit or exhibits as her "price of admission." The practice flower show will be judged toy Mrs. Charles Balough of Canton. The business meeting wil] be conducted by Mrs. Walter Reigle, president. 'Mrs. Foster Crawford will serve as program chairman in place of Mrs. Krichbaum, and hostesses for ihe evening will be Mrs. Roy Frye and Mrs. H. N. Helfen. NORTH CANTON VIKINGS OPEN SEASON WITH FOOTBALL PREVIEW SAT. AT STADIUM Optimists To Hear Dan Boon Speak WASHINGTON — Ohio's first annual Swiss Cheese Festival, to to_ held at Sugarcreek October 2 and 3, is stirring up attention even in the nation's capital these days. In the above photograph Congressman Frank T. Bow of Canton, in whose district most of Ohio's Swiss cheese plants are located, examines a special li cense plate presented him by the Ohio Swiss Cheese Association. Comparing license plates with Bow are two members of his The North Canton Optimist Club will hear a talk on air travel by Mr. G. D. (Dan) Boon, lpcal Akron - Canton United Airlines Manager; when the group meets at The Pines Wednesday evening, September 16, at 6:30 p.m. for the»r dinner meeting. Mr. Boon will illustrate his talk with a United Airlines feature film entitled "Skyways to Yosemite.* The colored sound movie is a vivid presentation of nature's wonderland, and in - eludes scenes of the mountains, trees and valleys of Yosemite Park in California. Clyde Boerngen, club president will preside Traffic Club Hold Kick-Off Dinner staff, Marjorie Johnson of 991 Ray Schaffer is rprogranT chair- Sunset Drive, Alliance, and Rob- man. ert D. Lengacher of Sugarcreek. • All three assert they never rqiss a chance to tell Washingtonians that Ohio Swiss cheese is the world's best. I "Community Day" For Area Women To Begin Oct. 1 Mrs. Joan Turnbull of the Community Building staff has announced that the "Your Community Day" fall sessions sponsored by the Community Building for women of- the North Canton area will begin Thursday, Oct. 1, and will run for eight -weeks through'Nov., J.9. _ A special new feature this year is the "Craft Varieties" course. This will be an hour - long lecture - demonstration session on different types of crafts such as gift - wrapping, loom weaving, textile painting, caning and basketry. Other classes being offered each Thursday will iriplude •beginning arid "brush - up" bridge, sewing,' leather tooling/ oil painting, bowling, millinery and slimnastics. Some of the classes will be morning sessions, others will be held in the afternoon, and one class will meet'in the evening. A nursery service for children of three to five will be offered for the convenierice, of mothers attending the morning classes. . A. registration tea will be held Thursday, September 24 at the ■Community • Building from 1 to 3 p.m. for all women interested in attending this popular faH course. The local club is proud to announce that they are launching their "child," the Optimist Club of Kent, Ohio, at a large chartering party at Twin Lakes Country Club on Saturday, September 12. Many North Canton Optimists and their wives will attend lhis important affair. The local club's efforts to introduce this new group into District 24 were spearheaded by Mr •' i j Ray Schaeffer, who spent many I -hours in Kent laying the founda- The annual camporal of the McKinley Area Council will j tion stones. Other members be held September 11, 12, an4 13 at Atwood Lake Park. The sperrt many evenings in Kent Boy Scouts To Hold Annual Camporal Sept. 11f13 at Atwood Park Camporal Chief is David Tlaggart of Wooster who' will be assisted by the Camping and Activities Committee of the Council. The committee consists of William Hershey of Canton, Robert Senhauser o'f New Philadelphia and E. E. Kidwell of AT-: liance. William Hershey of Canton will be in charge of physical arrangements, Richard Christian of Canton, camp maintenance, Francis Frecker of Canton, health and safety, Norman Miller of New Philadelphia, medical supervision, Howard King of Wooster, commissary, Scott Craig of Woos- _ ter, trading post and equipment, G. F. Duryee of North Canton With Local People At Stark Co. Fair Among the 57,998 persons who attended the opening day of Stark County's 104th Fair was white-haired, 82 year old, John Walter of Nor h Canton, an "old- timer" who has attended the jast 43 consecutive Stark County Fairs. Of the three injury cases ser director of "activities, James Mc-[[ous enouSh t0 be sent *o the Linden of Camon, campfires antr* *"■*!. tal for trea-ment, instead of ceremonies, Cecil Rhiel of Can ton, reiigious services, Paul White of Alliance, special events, Jay Hanna of Canton, scoutcraft events, Robert Senhauser of New Philadelphia and Hobert Rhodes of Canton, court of honor, and Thomas Schauer of Canton, aquatics director. The observers for the camporal include William Fleming of New' Philadelphia, A. A. Wolfer o'f Alliance, John Beck of Carro- ton, Alden Schaffter of Guerne, Ohio, Ted Ehrhart of New Philadelphia and C. L. Riley of Canton. The campsite directors for the camporal include F. L. Mc- Kinney of New Philadelphia, Edward Tunelius o'f Alliance, Dr. Ray George of Carroliton, C. L. Palmer of Wooster, Richard Snellgrove of North Canton, Calvin Cronebaugh of New Philadelphia and Donald Price of Canton. Explorer Posts from 'New Philadelphia and Canton (Continued on page 3) t o Tandem'.Nostr^ Patientia Abuteire? - Evg^higfa, gchooflschol^'who ever wrestled with Cicero will rejaemb^r; these dei-ii are ed Uiriorf flow Cntlie^ ous wpyds. '>$_ow tang will you try our pati, ed Gic<_ro:'©£-' his opponent, Cataluie. The same wordj ally.pertini-nt today in our relations -mth.th. Soviet ,hd was s^teUites.-Jror years, the altgrimting ebb _oic|f Comniuniit friendship and _m&gpn_sm .his-worked, iTestern Nations of the free world until the collective1 ixervesfof the entire.globe are frj&ed to'the bwre__dhg;p_jttt. ' "*' ate np ^oone_^ through with Qne minor crisis th -this C-tr^ully_e3_bl6ii;|4 'to l?eep tiie pot boiling. For best J_-0w_rtb -■thMsel-vks,; •the1' overlords of the nion Jpem to-k^ieve. that their .cause frill, be aided e .tensttms. Nothings- can be. more obviously wrong. Evetylxew irritation causes the West to joi_£more closely i$C8lpi._.s up ifee f^L^^i^t '.jtoax^inev^ ixi -oxij^ own country to ^f pro&cttojf WW- •■'". , '.r^'': "^ ; i. '. *-h iely, tWs odiiteei of'action oan uM <rtUy t, *_i_- ' * * -'4 " fib _ici, the _mp]N*is; Ub6ti pulitiry ;U&6^ovi^^&^ie ta-Bl_^9_6i_t-^Le: So long _ts these* a__&.©_«&§*^^ „._„ Kfr!^-fcjfei-w_U*^~__<*^^ anotb reaso! Sovie by,thj • - T1 isteip-lphe -ttomic jirddu&ion di__l<^ tvorl is Registrars From Board of Elections To Be In Sou-ity Towns Sept. 17 James Seccombe, clerk of the Stark County Board of Elections, has announced that registrars from the Board of Elections will be located in various villages throughout 'the county Thursday, Sept. 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 p.m. .until 8)p.m. (EDST) for the convenience of Voters, who Inay register or transfer their addresses at that time. The registrar's will be located at. the,Community Building in North .Canton; at the fire department in Canal Fulton, and at the N.A.. Royer Hardware Co. in Hartville. All >persohs in Stark County must.'be registered ibefore they may .'vote th the (November elec- .idn. Persons who have not previously registered may do so at this jtime. _-"Persons who have fnbved since they registered must transfer their addresses to 'be'-elig-bli-. to vote. Persons who wllf ibe 23"; years; o_ age on or b.eiore election . day Tuesday, November 3, may register, apd vote in the November election. Persons may ialsb register it the office of the- S&ar-l of _Sl_ec- itons, Court House ahn^k.'vg'an- ton;- and at the .cjty ihalls In Massill<-i_.artd AUJatt-e; tejferd- less of wher_ jhey'live in the county. The <.ffl__i in >Santon, •Massillon and AUianceiate open every _*ay.-fro__<6:30 a,m. to.•*:_-_» p.nii except Saturdays,.when the wide r_gistra8o^ ip _ S!_*.e_-_ber of __©.,;4nd persons who • registered ".tt that time or glnce .flien win. ^ peed to r## '-"-'Bcw.'—:'. ■ getting first aid at the Red Cross *"\rst Aid Station, one victim v.Ms Charles Swartz of R. D. 2, >.}rth Canton. He received six sif-rhe?, in an ear which was i_ __Tp!ed on by a steer, he war helpi-g to put an ear band on. Among the local area winners in the Junior Fair competition reported thus far was Dorothy Kahler of R.D. 1, Uniontown, whose entry in the Junior Year- 'ing Holstein class took Third place and her entry in the Holstein Calf class took F.rst place. Don Schalmo of R.D. 7, North Canton took First place with his Holstein entry in the Future Farmers of America competition. Siark, Summit Firemen To Meet Stark County 'Firemen's association will hold.a joint meeting with the Summit County Firemen's association Saturday, September 12, at the Akron - Canton airport. !Ma.or P. H. Hanie, head Of the Ohio Air National Guard will have charge of the' program, which wili "include a crash landing demonstration. . . . • The . event will be the" first showing' of the new National wi.h Mr. Schaeffer, and consider the time and effort well worthwhile. Judge Don McCarroll of Canton Municipal Court was the speaker, at the September 2nd meeting. He brought to the mem- hers many interesting experiences as an attorney and as a ■Tudge. Local football fans will be able to see the North Canton Vikings in action Saturday night, when they will open their grid season with a preview program at North Canton Memorial Stadium, at 8:30 p.m., assisted by three other teams, Malvern, Dover, St. Joseph and Dennison St. Mary. A halftime band show with North Canton and Malvern's bands participating has been planned. Malvern will meet the Dover St. Joseph team in the first quarter while the second period will see our own Nor.h Canton Vikings meet Dennison St. Mary's team. Following the halftime show, the teams will change opponents, with Dennision St. Mary's meeting the Malvern team and Dover St. Joseph team pitting their strength against the North Canton Vikings. The program has been arranged with North Canton Vikings and Malvern being the North against Dover St. Joseph and Dennison St. Mary as the South. American Legion Auxiliary To Entertain September 15 rvlnmberj; of the American Le- rrion Aux.liary will entertain the Stark County Council of the Vmerican Legion Auxiliary at a 1.2:30 p.m. luncheon in the Community Building Tuesday, Sep - ember 15. The program will be presented by the Stark Covnty C-uncil. Miss Bessie Miller, president of the local club, will be in charge of the meeting. The group's first meetng of the season, a business session, was held Wednesday, Sept. 9. The Canton Massillon Traffic Study Club will inaugurate their fall and winter program of monthly meetings by a Kick-Off Dinner at The Hoover Camp Tuesday, September 15. A feature of the affair will be the annual ball game between the shippers and the carriers. Raleigh Hamlin of the Union 'Metal Mfg. Co., is chairman assisted by H. D. Lawney, Service ' Transport Co., Glen Minney, Transamer.can Freight Lines and Fred Thomas, Berger Mfg.-The V.kings will" take over for Co. Malvern in the second and fourth Starting with the second Tues- periods and continue the game day in October the group will with the ball remaining in the hold study meetings in the Com- same position as it was when munity Building. the quarter ended. Dennison St. The present officers are: Pres- Mary will follow Dover St. ident, E. D. Close, Nickel Plate Joseph in the same manner. Road; Vice President, Harry Coach Mike Skuban _ias a new Ellis, Republic Steel Corp.; Cor- assistan Donald Hertler added responding Secretary, Paul to his coaching staff. Evans, The Hoover Co.; Record- Hertler comes to North Canton ing Secretary, John Profant, from Marion where he coached for two years. A graduate of Wittenberg College, he earned five letters there .n football and basi?h_.__., A native of Bridgeport the nev. assistant coach at North Canton is married _"nd has a daughter. He wiil assist vi football, base- b.i'i n.ri bn..".ntball. )-'■-■'.!■■- . .... .T--M-1-; Ridley ha"* '•"••■j . -''""in- v.r.v.'.h ***!. .ib-.:. in ■;.i.,'i.).- !*!■. ""."*''.•'_■_£_; .Lrnr.^h her- ,■-■;•(-- ._._.:■'_■ -.:..„ _<■--_•_>,: '';>;'* of Timken Roller Bear.ng Co. and Treasurer, L. E. Bishop, Republic Steel Corp. The Board of Governors consis: of Larry Kuhn, Berger Mfg. Co., Clayton Waltz, Timken Roller Bearing Co., Walter Van Orman, Baltimore & Pittsburgh Motor Express, Geo. \l;?er, Clarence Welds, Trucking .>.. and the former president '"•";.;::.: B.^. Jr. Cu^rnb.- Sfor- Sorosis Club To Hear Talk On Civil Defense Sept. 16 The Soros s Club wi'l devote their program to Cibil Defense when they meet in the Community Building Wednesday evening, September 16, at 8 p.m.. Mrs. Louise Sv/earngin of the Can on Filter Center will present a talk, and a movie entitled "One Plane —One Bomb" will be shown. Mrs. Joseph Guenther is chairman of the meeting. Stark County Football Preview Jit Massillon Stadium Sept. 12 Saturday evening, September 12, at 6:55 Massillon's Tiger Stadium will witness the opening of the 1953 football season. As the flag is raised with county bands furnishing the music, a season which will involve fifteen county schools will start and not end until a county champion is crowned late in November. The V_i_-.:ijs 'v. p!_,'".;. letter- men back f__r_i lr.Si season. They inc'ude seniors, Don I_hlers and< Bob Koons, both bnc':.-, and Rus-' _e*l Metzger, a t...■-.:•:-. Junior, 'etterme.- retjrr.h-s: are Jim' :.'';:•.!.■■- '. B-.id Wi..;: 'one! Dick **"'''_;<-::■•_.. f';> >->r:-; ., Cr.-i Tracy, _»__- ■•[-... :---:rl ci!""'*. CtC_.-.s.- Living* _.on. -.1-Urban and his sta.-_" are s?e/:d- ' z a great deal o.f ;ime with the ::.1erc*a_smen as they atter.pt ■ i bui"d for coming years. Ten jun ors, 11 sophomores and 7 freshmen constitute the varsi.y squad along with only 8 seniors. Skuban isn't going out on the limb in any predictions for this year's squad, but he is well p'eased with the showing being made as North Canton builds for the fu.ure. e Reformed Ghureh To the music, a season which will involve fifteen county schools Unnnr __ ^nhurordil »n4 Will start and nnt _nrl nnt.il a .nnntir A__mi_r,n ,_ „._.._.._. niMlU'l Mb UH.II _I"C_ III allM New Assistant Pastor This year will mark the seventh consecutive year that the county schools have combined to give the sports fans a little preview of what they can expect in the remaining weeks of the season. Fans will have the opportunity of seeing sixteen teams play in the time usually used by one regulation game. In ad- dition,;the schools of the county will mass their bands, sixteen in number, for a gigantic preview of football music. Stark County Schools has been relatively fortunate in not having a great turn over in coaches. Last fall only one new mentor Guard hangars, located off displayed his wares while this route 241. The meeting previous- year there will be only two. The ly was scheduled for Sept. 28. Louisville Leopards are under the tutelage of Ralph Staub, former Cincinnati great, who is being assisted by Henry Miller, Les Emerson, and Emil George and Andy Marks, who was added to the staff this year. James Morrison will replace Mr. Peace as head coach of the Brewster eleven. This year will in all probability see two newcomers to the class A ranks, namely Middle- branch and Jackson. This year will also be the last time Magnolia, Waynesburg, and East Sparta will have independent teams. Next year these three will combine to form the new Sandy Valley team. A dinner for all church workers of the Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church will be held Wednesday evening, September. 16, at 6 p.m. in the church in honor of Mr. Glenn Schwerdt, ' who is returning from the' Church Work Camp in Germany, and Mr. Carl Schroer, the new assistant pastor, and his wife, who are also returning from the European work camps. Mr. Schwerdt, who was student assistant pastor at the church before going to Germany, and Mr. and Mrs. Schroer will tell of their summer experiences. The work camps are under the auspices of the World Council of Churches. 4-H Clubs, Individual Entries and 60-Piece Band Combine, to Make This Year's Fair Biggest Ever ■' "- -_■- ■!■ ■_.- ■ I , | ■,-_,! ^.^ I , ■ ,„..■__■ ■■ |. ... . . . ,._ ,—____. ,, ,,,__.,— . .,,_■■..__.,■ I.. ■■, I ■ ^ ■ — -■_ -.. ■„■ .— -- —. Green Township Fair Saturday, Sept. 12, at High School Bldg, Here Are, Pictures of Some of Last Years* Prize Winners m so'-.. Sirs. ■"Jfc.iwt^Sftaipm, Mrs. Blanche forcher, - a Marion Kitfie an_ two of the e_ft_ln JS-^r&^toble^l sweepstakes winner and soiije of s"t^s|s^akefi<fvinnir,,hold-ng one largest eggplants fvjejr ihpwn.at tlk. won a 'ribbon for Mfs. _?uh* - _et----_-bit6.- oj her exhibits* the '<_}i-eehtdwttS-iip; Fair* '' Ralph E&s.ig displaying Jiis -»e bf-^Gfeensburg; -: ■"■ - - prizfe winningapples-aiid ttbbons.
|Title||The Sun, 1953-09-09|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton public Library|
Vu 28 NO. 49
NORTH CANTON, C-HIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1953
7c PER COPY
Mom Of Decision
Most of us .who listen to the radio have heard the rival-
fet who exhorts: "This is the hour of Decision."
-He uses the phrase as a pleia for personal and spiritual
\This day and hour is truly "The Hour of Decision" but
in a far., more vast, far mor6 vital way, than mere personal
v'lt is the "Hour of Decision"' for thetee' United States,
for the World, for all Humanity. It is the Hour in which
there must be decision as to whether the forces which stand
for liberty, our cherished system of free enterprise, retention; of the dignity of man, will stand or fall.
'It is the hour in Which to decide whether dictatorship,
t6tal|tarianiisim, deslpotiism, in th'e form 'of Communism,
Nazism, Facli-m or whatever label its proponents place upon
their system, will dominate the future.
.fit is the critical hour in which to dieter mine whether
we,'*as free people under a free government, will play on the
Freedom Team, the Despot's Team or the Team of Apathy.
>It is NOT the hour to play into the hands of those who
would abrogate OUR freedom by internal dissension, either
within our unions, our government, or our belief in a union
.'''It is the hour ifi which we must all decide whether a
welcome lessening of tax burdens, a tightening of belts as
the .economic cycle swings downward a bit in ti# inevitable
production slow-down that follows the end of any shooting
war. is |