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*min Your Hoods,Possibly.tourQwn. VOL..29, NO. 130; NORTH CANTON, CIHTO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28,1954 7c PER COPY 49 Entries In tittle Art Gallery May Show There were 49 entries from 17 different artistej»f aiLufei groups atj^e l|t|fe ArtJGrP» 1954 Officers For Sorosis Glub show, held ml 2i4r Robert of the gal- tdday. icr-aifit wopk as /eahiyas. ,■:>, ibelsiawnit- The Worst Bomb of All Fear is thie most dangerous bomb ever invented, a weapon far more deadly than any created iby the cunning scientist in his laboratory. JSIo man knows when or how it will «xplode, nor how great will be the devastation wrought. Because its field of operation ^tjhe unpredictable mind of man. Fear is a lack of kncHyJedge. It is the desperate rebellion of the mind against the unknown. The. danger of fear is tjhat the frightlened person reacts against things too quickly. He .is too easily startled. He is not held by conviction; He moves before he thinks. Frightened people arte fraid of what: may happen, and, too often j Qiey bring on what they fear by sudden and un- cpnsidei'ed action. .Frightened people do not! act constructively, but dlestnictively. We learned in the last war the bitter lesson what*' frightened people can cost through panic. That fear was a deliberate weapon during the war is proven in the stampedes of people which helped ito pave the way for invasion. We,saw the attempts of subversive elements to incite trouble htfreat home. If, we are attacked, one object will be to create panic. There; .are ttiQse among us who say that would be the case. I d/o noVthjnk so. I have infinite faith in the ability of our people to face a crises or a crushing tragfedy with calm'fortitude., We have'^always,risen to the need of the occasion in the,, past. .-»"•■' .-,•';•'■-''. '.)'*■(:I^i;,our early.daysi,.every frontier settlement knew the meaning/of fear;. .'. 'and-prepared;for it. When the alarm v^asjsoun'ded^ahd'the <settlers troopdd. into the blockhouse, eafch^plf, thSrii ■•;ht&Lya>. task ...to - do - from; the .men-with their mQsk^tsfati^the .loopholes, to the women,/reloading' the rifles '&d'molding-thie >bullets, to the smaUboys carrying water and gutting out fires, .and to the girls looking after the, younger children; Thafr-is why It is so important to take heed to civilian defense, in 'time.of peace,, It is then we can learn what we sh|)Ula^,dQ,>;-a|)d^^bia't'-we^inay do.to* help..- Single«<baffided SefSisin'is1 fine,- but a ilitfcle ireful cooperation.: if- fairmore lery's an$| Saturday,* Rainey, dip|$p lery, annojil^ lEnltries itsm well as woMle] The eniaj^gi. ted. to Judges iMr. Joseph Hu<t- .cWison, director of Canton's 'Art Insifciltulbe, and Mrs. George Pet- ras, an instructor at ithe Oanton SnstSiltute, and Ithe names ol ithe winners wm be (released! 'shortly. This 13th annttaa show was opened to aU artists o'f North Caniton proper or ol Ithe Norith Oanton school district. Any employee oif ithe Hoover Co. as well as anyone who . borrows ifrom Ithe North Canton library were permitlted ito enter the show The show will open Wednesday evening, May 5, ait 8 p.im. with a. reception ifor the artists and Mends of Ithe gallery. Local Rotarians To Atlend Bally North Canton's Rotary club and. nine ojthex. area dubs will take part in ain intercity general (forum iin the IOOF Hall on Norith Main St. Wednesday, April 28 alt Orville.' ( The program is scheduled to get under way' 'alt 2:30 p.im. Members will then meet at Homestead Grill for .a dinner at 6 p..m. Following the dinner they will return Ifor the 'Concluding 'comferein'ce alt the Odd Fellows Hall ait 7 p.im. Presiding at Ithe meeting Will toe William F'.' Pell of Shelby - viile, Ind., aldtorney and former ■governor ' o'f 'District 25. iM embers ifrom Rotaries in Oanlton,' Wadsworith, Ribtmart, Medina, Woo'ster, Dalton, Canal Fulton', ' Massillon, arid ' Orville will attend the 'meeting. Pell, ' a ' former ' FBI agenlt, served a's governor of District j 225 during 1952.-53 ' Bruce MeDougal is president of the Orville 'Rotary club. Zion Evangelical And Reformed Church To Consecrate Cornerstone Consecration of the cornerstone for Zion' Evangelical and Reformed Church's new sanctuary will take place Sun-v day morning, May 2nd, following the regular 10:10' A.M. worship service. > ^Approximately. 7 -months have elapsed since ground was broki en for. .Ithe new addition. Th.e last four months .the. 'Congregia-< tion has been 'fortunate in being aJble to hold both the aidult Sun* day School and worship services in the Comimunity Buildarag. ' Following Ithe 10:10 aim. ser* vice the 'Congregation will proceed ifrom ithe Community Builds ing Itlo the site of the-new Church building. The brief service will be led by Rev, Melviih E. (BecK pastor ot Zion church. A irust- proof 'metal box will Ibe placed, in the cornerstone. In the box- Will be placed a Standard Revised Version of the B'ilble, a Wis. tory of Zion church, a 'copy of Ithe brochure used in the fund raising 'campaign some old records oif Ithe first church a copy of the 'constitution and by4awB> Ithe 1953 djinaineial 'report buflle- Itins ifrom the Sundaiys of the ground -breaking and comerstone laying and various 'other slgnlfi. 'cant 'documents. Pictured above are'fie 'df.ficers- for the North Canton Sorosis Olub for- 'the year 1954 First row, leilt ito right: Mrs. Wade Hawkins, President; Mirs. 'Richard Thomas, 1st. Vice-president; Mrs. Myron 'Mohler, 2nd Vice-president. ' Second row, left to, right: Mrs. Wendell Rice, Secretary; -Mrs. William Kerr, Treasurer; Mrs. Fred Reikowsky, Press Reporter. 'Of course wte will be afraid ... so were the.early settlers.:•; But fear:; can be conquered, and conquered within ourselves.;, £Wfe can't run away from danger, but we can obey orderis and then hang on. It may call for all pur staying qualities but'-wecan do ity- And there is one abiding thing that will help us lilold firm and to master our fears. We can obey the command of Him; who said, "Let not your heart be troubled, neither let.it}; be ufraid'." For in the words of the Psalmist: "He that dwelleth in the secret place most High, shall abide in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress. My Glod, in Him will I trust." DeSoio-Plymoulh Agency Changes Hands Tr£de-Not Aid .'.' TJncle Sam produces and consumes some'50 percent of .tjhe world's, goods. Nevertheless, in the field of foreign trade* we have been content to leave the laurels to others. Perhaps this has been a wise policy in times gone by, but today, trade has implications beyond the market place. In f act, we are constantly concerned by the increased exchange of goods between Western Nations and countries in the Coni- muniiit zone.' Russia has' recently swapped substantial amounts of gold for materials provided by Great Britain, France and our other Western European allies; Trade agreement's with Italy and Argentina have been exeeutedby- MaJenkov in addition to his contacts With England and France. The Russians, have cbme' up with an offer-to-buy- more than a billion dollars worth of ships, eJectricar machines and machine makingUools from the British. AH- of which- is mighty, tempting to our friends.arid equally disturbing to us. :,. It is, a matter of statistics that Uncle Sam's private enterprises did an 'overseas business of' dhly seventeen billions in ,1959 against nineteen billions in 195T. We have plenty of industries that could use some new markets right now, and tfiis is .-the time? to. move ahead if. Uncle-Sam is to remember that a good washing- machine may be just as important as a stirring address ;by a Member of Congress in moulding foreign public opinion . . , and maybe more. Biggest Show In Washington '.', Never, before .in the history of the American Government have so many cameras, still* movie and television, been f ocussed on so., iittjje -r as the much-arranged and re-arranged public hearing on the efforts of Senator McCarthy, Rcty Colin,, et alt? obtain a commission for Private G. David SchiheV ■■ _'■■/. ■: , ■v Thp cause' ^t issue hias been loosely termed McCarthy vs.. the U:S. 'Army. But. the Wisconsin Senator told the as- sfeniblage. .that he objected to Army Secretary Robert T. Stevens,, Army Chief Counsel John G. Adams and Assistant IJefense Secretary H. Struve- Hensel (whom he termed "Plen- ^ffagonj politicians") listing themselves als "the Department lof^th^Army"; "Pd like to make.it cj[.ear," said SenatorMc-r C&rthy^ "there^ is:.na contest, between mist and, the Army." Sehatpr.John L. McClellan (Dem.)! of^^ Arkansas, then said, ^;w4ulfl :like it. equally clear- there is no conflict between the committee and ithe Armyt" . •..•,, ( .-'■";. We iihders^^tand.. the-, show..may-.'run for. two weeks, so it is^a ^ttle feariy-tb.predict ife place (if .any)'in;the history _ .. ,iawu,a. Cl V1_ ,,lK. bpoks>;; Bnt whatever el^e it may accomplish, the hassle' y^^^^1^'^^^^ has caused weeks, of .delay and diversibn from tiie subcom- '©r <3o..ifar six years Ibeifore icoim- lrittte^Siihviestigaioh of ^alleged laxity: in Army, security and jng to' North Gadton. He also is t^d.it'y;,proceduljes'i' -■, '■'■.-'. ■:.,_,; ,,^^.i\,.;;...l<T.,|J,.,.;i>JiLi..;i:au-aiMaiave-oit 'Akrons- Women's Fellowship. Club Meets Wednesday Circle One of : the Christian Women's 'Fietoowship oif the Com-- munilty Christian Church will meelt Wednesday, May 5; at 2:00 p.mi. at Ithe churidh.'. ■ . - 'Devotions will be given by Mrs Foslter Craiwtford. The subject theme is 'May Musicale," with Mrs. D. P. Hoover serving'as-leader. -Mrs. A.-IL.' DeMusey, Mrs. H. Warburton, Mrs. -H. O. ■ Priice; •Mrs. Jessie- Shi'ltz, Mrs. Dougilas Mill'er and Mrs. 'Ralph' Young will- serve-as hostesses. Cameron D. Dung-an Giiether Motors,. Inc., Norith Caniton ©esoito-Plyimouth dealer, hias been a'cqiuired by Cameron D. Durogam of Harltviille and 'Kenneth; Stuver oif Banberton, Roto- ent P. Guenther, .president, announced. The 'two men Wave taken possession of the automobile torn, and. will operate it under the Maine of Dungan'Mioltors, Inc. Dungan', who w^il'l'be president, and treasurer of the new company, has been assodiiaited with Faushnlight Pontiiac. of Hartville as a salesman ifor 2 1-2 years. ■ Born in Akron, he has been in the. automobUe busiiness Sfor 1Q years as a mechanic, salesman, service manager and part s' manaiger. SJtuver will be Mice presiident laiMj.s'eoreieary <ot 'Dunigan Motors. ' Guenther,-who haid operated ,GuenJherr IMolHbtfis .sirace; July; 1, 1$50, said1 his' plains ^e Iwidefi- ruite. . ..""..., He was sales manager of the "How To Do It" Show Presented By Forest E. Wise & Sons, Wise Lumber The fantastically surging interest of the householder in doing his chores today will be demonstrated in the "How To Do It" Show that opens Friday night, April 30 at 7:30 o'clock in the Forest E. Wise& Sons display rooms at Aultman. The show is designed to aid the men and women who devote more or less of their otherwise leisure time to handy work abouti. the house and yard. Many of: the exhibitors will 'literally "go to work" at the. ."How Tio.-Dp.It" .show which oif-. ifers Ithe public assistance in .the many .lines in which individuals have ■ rediscovered the satisiac:, tion of working creatively With' .their own hands. This is the first. all-out display of feMnd in t'l^teii area.' This type -"of" show ~pvkrsv* proven s'tA'ccess'ful in many pi the larger foities.. . . . ' 1 ' .Exhibits will include 'power and-hand tools, floor 'and wall icioverings of all types, p1 a i n t awd -lumber, products.. In. it hle wood group there will be ply- wos'di -items foe the .home .builders, craftsmen and weekend car. periteps, : Por the ladies there will Ibe <lemonisitpaJti'ons in Ithe use ol labor-saving devices tor 'the home. Books- land- maagaziine samples, with plans and specifications to aid the home craiftsm'en will be on display. • 'Among ■ the- assorted avoca-. itions that those attending .t h e "How To Oo It" show might pursue are laying a tfloor, tiling a wall or even removing paint and paper from it. On a grander scale one might also learn to construct an entire house ifrom •an inexpensive plan using tools exhibited at the show. The 'How To Do It" show being sponsored by Forest E. Wise & Sons and the Wise !Uim- ber Companies 'located in Aultman, will open on Friday ini'ghS;, April 30...at 7:30 p.m. and continue through all day Saturday, May 1, from 10 a.m. tb 10 p.m. in the display rooms of Forest E. Wise & Sons located on Ithe Greentown - Greensiburg Road. Many valuable prizes Will ibe given away to those attending the show. There is no admis* soon charge for this show, Which will point up the (fact that-has been ifaslt becoming apparent and *ha't is thalt more leisure timie - Ithe result of shorter working hours - enables more persons .to accomplish burnishing and maintenance of their homes. Activities that Iformeriy were pursued as hobbies are attacked with a roiore serious and pocket- book 'conscious attitude and are expected to produce ifun'otional objects as well as to provide fun. Zion Lutheran Loyal Daughters Class Meets Jr. Woman's Club Plans May Ball - The North...Canton J.unio.r .'""p^otfflBitfs'vCiiih ."has". engaged Freddy Arthur's orchestra to play for their May 'Day B a111 which will be held in the 'American Legion Hail Saturday, May 1. Mrs.' William Ashbaugh is chairman 'of the committee in charge of arrangemenlts. Proceeds of the annual affair, which is open to the public, will 'go to the Caniton Hospital BU'iMing Fund. Tickets 'for ithe dance, which Will be held from 9 tb 12:30, are available t r o ni club members or can be purchased at the door. Those assisibing Mrs. Ashbaugh are Mrs. 'Blair Woodside, Mrs. Lester Dahler, Mrs. Ned Kamp 'and Mrs. Wi'Miaim Simon. Zion-Rebecca Class To Hear Rev. Leggell The 'Rebecca Clas's tyf the Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church will meet for a "Mother, Daughter Affair,' in the assembly room of the church Thursday, May 6, at 8 p:m. Speaker ifor the evening will be'Rev, Marshall Leggitlt, assistant pastor of the First phrislbiarr Church oif Caniton. Devotions will be given, by Mrs. Ralph. Nidy- and- imusiie will be (furnished by the SEdigeiffleCid Ladles Club, under the direction of Mrs. Jack Young. Mrs. O. (B. Sibent-will serve as.hostess and Mrs. G. Harrison Cline, coichaiirman-Oj£ the icucea'- 'Ston» ' . - ' -: -In-, The Zion Lutheran L to y a 1 Daugihtier's Class will meet Wednesday, May 5th, at 7:30 p.m. in the church ibasemenlt. Devotions will be given by Mrs Virginia Boerngen and a demonstration by Mrs. Catherine El- sass. Mrs. Emma Belle and Mrs. Elizabeth Newbauer will be hostesses for the evert. Safety Patrol Sends Three To Washington, D.C. Three members of the North Cantfon school safety patrol will make the four-day trip to Washington May 5 under the sponsorship of the Canton Automobile Ciub. They are Gary Mizner, son of Mrs. Ruth C. Mizner of 124 Parkview Dr:; Larry Pei-- kins, son of Mr. and' Mrs. Kenneth H. Perkins of RD 6, and Thomas Dorosky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geox'ge Dorosky oi' 408 Woodrow St. The bqys are all sixth gradere. Making up ithe party ifrom this area will be 136 boys and girls and 10 supervisors. The super visors represent the automobile club,, area schools, and area police departments. The group will leave Oanton the night of Wednesday,, May 5. In Akron they will board a B & O .train for the Capital. While in Washington, they Will visit government and hisboricai buildings of interest and will tour the Naval Academy at Annapolis, 'Maryland. Friday, May 7, the Iboys and girls Will meet Representative Frank T. Bow, and Saturday they will participate jn Ithe 18th National School Safety Patrol Parade With 30,000 other youngsters.' The party will board a. train ifor Akron after dinner on Saturday, May 8, and will arrive in Oanlton Sunday morning, May 9. The unlit should be here by May 7 and in- operation no later than May 14th, according to two representatives of ithe Ohio Bell Telephone System. The cost of the unit will amount 'to $61 a month and will also 'take care of maintenance as a result of wear and tear ion the unit. A representative for Ithe Motorola concern, Mr. Montgom. ery, also was in on the bidding Carol Kitzmiller Wins Overseas Trip The regular meeting of the Parent Teachers Association will be he'd Tuesday, May 4, at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Devotions will be in 'charge of Mr. < 'Allen H. Alenhs'tripes and music- Will be under the direc- 'tlion-olf. Mr. John Wheeler, chairman of the high school music ideparitmenlt. The program, furnished by the high school speech depantmenlt, under-Mr. Jesse McDowell, will consist of a modified version of the debate in Which.Norlth Oan- tojvHigh,Schooi, debate Iteaim Won second place in the recent state trials. . Talkinig..parjfin debating the itopic,. '"Resolved That the Pres- !ide>it:Oif' the United' States Shou^foe-Eleclted By Dire id t City Council Approves Bid For Mobile Unit In a meeting of city council at the Village Hall last night city council approved a bid by the Ohio Bell Telephone Company to install a station complete with 2 mobile units for use by the police and fire departments as a protective measure for the community. tta .lease or sell a unit to the city. 'Hls offer was a payment of $48.80 per month over a ten year period, the unit becoming the sole property of Norith Canton at the end of that period by simply paying one dollar. In other words, the 'property actually belonged to the city as long as the payments were kept up, but sole ownership would not come before the climax of ten years, plus the one dollar fee. - . Outright purchase of the station and ithree mobile units would have cost - $2,086. The cost of maintenance amounted to $31, if the station were purchased on the monthly basis. City council would have accepted Mr. Montgomery's offer, but his bid came after the approval of tihe Ohio Bell Telephone System proposition. A proposal by Mr. Shaheen ifor assistance in eonnectig an eight inch or twelve inch sewer line to the city was turned down Iby council. He thought the city would benefit in the future if the line, which would start 'from Lindy Lane west to connect his vacant property at Valley Boulevard, were laid ' and the allotment were later incorporated into the city proper itself. Mr. Shaheen offered Ito pay- for the amount of sewer line running through his property if the city paid 'for that extending through the municipality. Council rejected the proposal on-, Ithe idea the city .would be paying money out, but receiving no- profit in return, The last item on the agendo; wai$ renewal, of a.ltwo year contract to Jackson Township ifor 4ire protection. L to R: John Norris, Ray Newell, Carol Kitzmiller, Paul Dolan P.T.A. To Hear H. S. Debate Team Vote of the People,' 'will be the debate team "consisting of John Norris," Paul DoDan,; Roy Newell and Carol Kitzmiller. And added interest on Ithe pro gram Will be the introduction of 'E...R. Majione. newly appointed superintendent of the North Oanlton 'Exempted V i 1:1 ai g e Th vr^i, pariton Wom«n'<? Schools, Iby Ithe Board of Educa- „. ^ J?.?rt!1 ^a™011 Women s tj0,n ' Club will view a motion pic- Installation ol officers will ture which is, "mechanically take place. The newly elected i superb and the art of the fu officers are the "following: Mrs. S. L. Berkebile, pres! - dent; Mrs. 'George Dorosky, vice president; Mrs. Berned Barter, Cadet 2nd Lt Carol Kitzmiller of 624 Portage St., North Oanlton, has been selected as a Civil A5r Patrol exchange student. 'She will spend August 1-15 'in Hawaii, Alaska or Puerto Rico studying Air 'Force opera - Itions. Exact plaice of her tour has net been annouced. The North Canton 'girl is 1 of 24 female members of the CAP to be chosen throughout the nation. Notification of the selection of Miss.K'itzimiller was received by Oapt. Paul Beatzel, 'commandinig officer of CAP's Oanton-Massillon sqifadron. He was informed by Oapt. Ronald 'C. Green, Aftr 'Force CAP iias'ion officer In Olev eland. In making the selection of exchange students, the United States is divided into eighlt districts-. Ohio is im the Great Lakes district which consists 0* six states. Thus, Miss Kitzmii- ler will be one of three girls from this area to go overseas. Before Ithe North Canton High School senior won the expense- paid honor, it was necessary for her to compete againsft other candidates at. Cleveland and Cincinnati. Ano'ther area 'girl who was in the running for the tour was S- Sgt. Beverly M. Carrison ol 924 1-2 S- Linden Ave. Alliance. Miss Kitzmiller lives with her mo'ther, Mrs. !Elva Kitzmiller; •and 'two sisters, Mary, 16, also a CAP member, and Phyllis, 1,4. She is a member of the Junior Achievement program and.Is' associated with Wood Speciality Products Co. Which is sponsored by The Hoover Co. She is also a member Of thie debate team, National Forensic League, National Honor Society arid the 'annual staff. The North Canton Women's Club To Meet Monday May 3 At 8 P.M. recording. B e c ii e It a r y; Miss Gladys Richard, Corresponding secretary and Mrs. Rtobert Cas- itle, itreasureri Refreshments, will be served by Ithe sixth 'grade-, room 'mothers* , . Harpold. Mrs. DeVere Kauifman, mus5^ chairman,. Will introduce -Mrai. Robert Castle, xylophone sohj- tureV" Monday, May 3, at 8 isTt'^.ccom^nied toy Mrs' ^^ p.m. in the Community Matoe ,at *e ^amy- Building annex". The proigraim will be under the auspices of-Mrs. H o ir a: o e Giey, program chairman, ■ass'ist- ed by Mrs. Nell Berry, Mrs. Howard Burden, Mrs. R. E. Remer, Mrs. E. 'B. Combs, Mrs. 'Maynard Hummel and !Mrs Roy 'Mrs. Castle will render ifollowing numbers: "Polly,* Iby Zamesnik; "Yankee Shufffle," l^f 'and "A Negro Spam- Mor eland Itual M'iss Elaine Kalffel, a ItJeach^ at Belle Stone School, WH1 suiibw sides and igive an, illustrate^ talk v® Irer tariiip-to. Hawaii, £j'
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1954-04-28|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Description||Beginning June 28, 1995, published as The sun journal.|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Description||Beginning June 28, 1995, published as The sun journal.|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton public Library|
*min Your Hoods,Possibly.tourQwn.
VOL..29, NO. 130;
NORTH CANTON, CIHTO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28,1954
7c PER COPY
49 Entries In
tittle Art Gallery
There were 49 entries from
17 different artistej»f aiLufei
groups atj^e l|t|fe ArtJGrP»
1954 Officers For Sorosis Glub
ml 2i4r Robert
of the gal-
icr-aifit wopk as
The Worst Bomb of All
Fear is thie most dangerous bomb ever invented, a weapon far more deadly than any created iby the cunning scientist in his laboratory. JSIo man knows when or how it will
«xplode, nor how great will be the devastation wrought. Because its field of operation ^tjhe unpredictable mind of man.
Fear is a lack of kncHyJedge. It is the desperate rebellion of the mind against the unknown. The. danger of
fear is tjhat the frightlened person reacts against things too
quickly. He .is too easily startled. He is not held by conviction; He moves before he thinks.
Frightened people arte fraid of what: may happen, and,
too often j Qiey bring on what they fear by sudden and un-
cpnsidei'ed action. .Frightened people do not! act constructively, but dlestnictively.
We learned in the last war the bitter lesson what*'
frightened people can cost through panic. That fear was a
deliberate weapon during the war is proven in the stampedes of people which helped ito pave the way for invasion.
We,saw the attempts of subversive elements to incite trouble
If, we are attacked, one object will be to create panic.
There; .are ttiQse among us who say that would be the case.
I d/o noVthjnk so. I have infinite faith in the ability of our
people to face a crises or a crushing tragfedy with calm'fortitude., We have'^always,risen to the need of the occasion in
the,, past. .-»"•■' .-,•';•'■-''.
'.)'*■(:I^i;,our early.daysi,.every frontier settlement knew the
meaning/of fear;. .'. 'and-prepared;for it. When the alarm