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News ©I tha Week! RUMBUS. OHIO VOL. 32 NO. 1 NORTH CANTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1956 7c PER COPY eereue not n_.__n Community Bldg. Plans Cinerama Trips In October The Community Bjilding YMCA is planning three trips to Pittsburg to see Cinerama's "Se- jven Wonders of the World." These trips have .proved to be very successful in the past and are open to both youth and adults. I Two Sunday trips are planned, one on October 7th and one on Octob.er 14th. These trips leave at 8:00 a.m. from the building and return at about 9:00 p.m. A stop is usually made at the Greater Pittsburg Airport. _«» /? ~T_____ sfMaWKrWfpMK."■'TTS Wv-*. 0r>e trip is planned on Thurs- s£slJ$tS ~meWf*\t\WW*\ i^f§-\vr\j daY- October 18th and will in- ^^ am\WBSe\\W$lM^MV.M(7 tH.ll) * elude time for shopping in down town Pittsburg. This trip also leaves at 8:00 a.m. and returns at about 9:00 p.m. The cost of the trips is 5.00 fl _*_?«_ T*L_^ C7_*-_L !""!..__,__ which includes the transporta- VyniU I Re r leSn UieS tion and the theater. Reserva- m, ,, . , . , , _ , . , ,'tions can be made at the Com- lne world has known since Last January what happened munity Building- ymca, 20c to the five dedicated American missionaries who s.et up a south Main. (HY 9-2589). Phone camp (among the Auca Indians of Ecuador — a Stone Age reservations will be held for 24 tribe so bloodthirsty that even the head-hunting Jivaros hours, stand in mortal terror of them. But, until now, few besides their wives — with whom they kept in radio contact until a few hourg before their massacre — .have known the details of the most fantastic pursuit of Christian duty in modern' times ... a crusade in which the sacrifice of five has inspired hundreds more to carry on! Abe C. Van Der Puy, Ecuador field director of the club ,..., ,.~.,_ -.-.. ...~ World Radio Missionary Fellowship, Inc., which < operates meeting Thursday, Octobej 4 at the famous ""Voice of the Andes'' (radio station HCJB in the Pines Restaurant at 7:45. Quito), and who knew all the missionaries involved in "Operation Auca", relates this thrilling adventure in faith in his forthcoming book, "Through Gates of Splendor". From the day last September when this daring secret mission took form in the minds of missionary pilot '.Nkte Saint and ex-Wheaton football star Ed McCji'ly, in charge of the "pencil-thin slash in the jungle that was the <Arajurio station", Mr. Van Der Puy's metjcuously detailed account outdoes Daniel Defoe. These two, with three recruits, planne'd the adventure, shielded it from detection'by using code'co^fsti""m0^ursg names in their radio reports to their wives at Arajuno. son Mrf -j^ sinn and Mrs. Once a week for f.ye weeks .their .small plane circled the'Harry Pfieffer have toeen ap- ii, i. a .-if _i 1 .._..■__. i _• .., ^ ., pointed and will present their slate at the November meeting when election of officers will'"be on the agenda. Appreciation Banquet for "Midget Leaders" Women's Club Welcomes 17 Hew Members Newcomers Glub To Meet October 4 The North Canton Newcomers will hold their monthly Serving as hostesses are Mrs. John Tiffany, Mrs. Donald Aitken, Mrs. George Evens and Mrs. Robert "Hubbard. Mrs. Bernard Anderson is the social chairman and she will toe assisted by Mrs. Marion Derry, Mrs. Clyde Benedict, Mrs. Mac Haines, Mrs. Harry Ziroff and Mrs. William J. Cady. The nominating committee Samuel John- ■Roses and Jefiirgls are not tl.e usual bill of fare of the coaches and managers of the North Canton Midget I^aguft football teams. However, as a slight reward"fo> these men who dev.te hours of their time and energy without monetary compensation and Dften with little thanks to helping organize and direct the football efforts of the -younger force Jn this area, an Appreciation Banquet is held once a year. This year's Midget League lekders were honored at the banquet held Monday, September 24, at the Howard D. Miller Post" American Legion home. Coaches and managers in attendance included, from left to right, row 1: R. E. Lampman, Glenn Green, Bill Cropley and'Walt Maruna. 'Row 2: Gordon Swope, John Baxter, Roy Mason, Harry Brown and Joe Smith. largest Auc# yilfage they could find, dropping gifts. On the sixth aerial visit, the Auca sent up a gift of'their own (Mr. Van Der Puy explains how). For five mo_-e weeks this exchange continued. On January third, Saint set his plane down on a Curaray River beach, left McCully to start making camp and ferried the others in, one by one. .For three days there were no visitors. On January 6th, three Aucas, a man, a woman and a young girl appeared andw.ere welcome^ to J"h§, camp. They visited all. day, .but. Dy;nIgKt.-something went wrong. Next day,' Saturday, .there were no visitors. At 1.2:3.5 p.m. .on Sunday, JSf^te reported by radio to tf>e tyi.yes in1 Arajuno that" a' group-of-ten Aucas were on fhefy.* iyay. '^Will contact you next at 4 $5", were the last wordfe they heard." When the five spear-riddled bodies were found by searchers days later, the damaged watch on Saint's wrist had stopped at 3:12. But the crusade for the souls of the murderous Aucas had not stopped ... it had gathered momentum. And a cynical, materialistic world was reminded thiat there still are men prepared to work, to live and to die frir what the'y believe in. ..'•.:. President's Place Unique The American Presidency is invariably as strong as the occupant of the White House makes it. Since 1932, -there; has, unquestionably, developed a series of extremely powerful Presidents in our country. Whether you agree orvdis- agree with their policies, they have exerted more influence upon the current- .pf eyjents than the Congress. ' £erh,a'ps PEO Holds Poiluck Supper on Monday A favorite recipe potluck supper w}ll be held *by the local chapter of the PEO at the home of Mrs. R. E. Bowen pf 1303 - 35th Street *NW"on Monday evening, October 8. President, Mrs. Harold Sickafoose, will conduct a business meeting at eight, o'clock, which will be followed by a surprise program. ' Program committee members will be assistant hostesses: Mrs. Milo Bixler, Mrs. Adrian Diefenbach, Mrs. W. T. Krichbaum, Mrs. William E. Rice, Mrs. Vernon Sell and Mrs. Conrad Traut. Mothers Study Club Will Meet October 10 Air Defense Fitter Center Pains Open House October 10 The United States Air Force's new Canton Air Defense Filter Center located at 1916 Cleveland Ave. NW will be officially dedicated on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7:30 p.m., it was announced jointly by Major Robert B. Medley, filter center commander, and Mrs. Louise S'wearngin, civilian administrative'supervisor. The dedication will also launch an October recruiting drive for filter center voluntees. At: the open house which will ; ' begin at 10 a.m. there will be tipn iinking some 14,000 observa- armed forces displayps, drill tion posts with elements of the team precision marching, band, | Air Defense Command, with concert, awards presentation to i more than 200 posts reporting in- more than 50 Canton vounteers1^ Canton, and a" ribbon cutting ceremony with brief talks by prominent civic and military leaders will •round- out -the day^-4_*ig- aetivl-- ties. Dedicating the new Air Force installation with annual expenditures nearing the half million dollar -marlt will be Maj. Gen. Norris B. Harbold,' acting vice commander of the Air Defense Command, USAF. Gen. Benjamin W. Chidlaw (USAF Ret.), the first com man-' Ranger-Type Training der of the joint Continental Air Defense Command until his retirement heads the list'of military leaders attending the official ceremony. Lt. Gen. Bryant Boatner (USAF Ret.), will also be present. Representing the 30th Air Division (Air Defense), the parent division headquarters for the Canton Air Defense Filter Center, will be Brig. Gen. Ben- GOC members in the Canton center volunteer two to four .li.cs.irs per week on shifts of their < Columbus. Ohio, choice. Additional volunteers are ~ ' ~" " needed, however, due to increased recording and filtering positions created by the new system and an addition of new reporting territory to Canton earlier this year. Zion E&R Sponsors Prince of Peace Contest Locally The Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church of North Canton is sponsoring a Prince Of Peace Contest for high school age Christians in cooperation with churches and .schools throughout Ohio. Three top winners in the contest will receive college scholarships and runnersup will be awarded cash prizes. November 4: local church bronze medal contests. January 6: district gold medal contests. January 20: semi - finals in The North Canton Woman's Club met Monday evening, October ], in Fellowship Hall of the Community Christ i a n Church, at which time, seven - teen new members were introduced by Mrs. Yale Strausser. The Welcome Committee presented each new member with a Mum corsage. Two organ numbers were presented by Mrs. L. G. Schilling. Mrs. Stanley Borkcbih. reviewed the book "The Nylon Safari." Ho.stess Chairman, Mrs. Robert Weston, and her committee were in charge. Tables, presided over by Mrs. Tom Williams and Mrs. T. R. Thyng, were centered with Mums and Gladioli. Receptionists were Mrs. Jacob Peters and Mrs. George Harshman. Army Pvt. Cathey Gets Clair Studer flamed Synod Lay Mejnber the. times haVe .c^ti^JAted.mpre directly to this trend ;than anything else*. Executive /decisions in war eras,' dr "warr threatened eras, have been required almost daily. jSue'n'ai period, necessarily, enhances the Presidency at the expense of our other brMche^'of government. ' : ;- v-y, :.-„ ■ Nevertheless, even with due'allowance for the times, ~ _f-__-„i,_irmar. President "|lisenho|y;er> position in our own country and „"°ntess chairman' throughout the World has become unique. ' jlis illness lias ' dramatized the #>le he'plays. He is the syjribpi of tlhe Free World's determined resistance to GOimmumsm without sword-rattlirig. He is the symbol at .Jhctaie of stability without complacency. The entire world prays for his complete and speedy recovery. • The second half ipf the 20th Century needs him urgently. Disarmament. Made Doubtful Universal disarmament is a .cQiicLitiqn devoutly to be wished. Unfortunately, our experience in the hot too distant past indicates that America often discovers herself involved in.what historians call "unilateral disarmament". We disarm, but the potential aggressors don't. The Soviet experiments with the atomic weapon are a constant 'reminded. At this stage of history, with the ultimate direction of the entire world still undetermined, it would' be more th^n a "calculated" j._sk for Uncle. Sam to terminate the Selective Service Act. Mj^egyer, it would be running unwarranted risks, too, to consider reductions in the size of the armed forces currently under the direction of the Western European Union. * • • Such step^ at this jnqment would weaken the position of the Western World and would endanger American influence and. prestige as.well. Until .we -are- in &■ position- to develop effective cooperation, we must remember that the big stick is still the best deterrent to aggressors! Obstacle To Voting Efforts to get out the vote are revealing defects in our election laws. Mrs. Lou Ella Buker, a itepublicari county chairman heig.in Ohio, fhjd's thaj* some of her .fellow-Republicans cannot vote because they, are moving' between now and| election day. Their residence in their old homes cannot be counted toward qualification for voting in the new. This Mrs. Buker rightly feels: to be unjust. Article 4, Section 1 of the Constitution says, "Full faith and credit shall be given1 in each state to the public acts, records and judicial.proceedings of every state." Why does this not cover the matter?- The North Canton Mother's . . _,_... <-._ _ _-.il;- m v,o.,_. fT._,.T- fir... jamin J. Webster o ',*■ C., . Bow, Mayor Carl F. Wise and ^The topic "Wat is expected members of his official family, of the parent'"will be discussed Count^Commwsioner_Joseph T. by Mrs. Wayne Russell and Mr. Roger Bishop: Mrs. Jack .Chosen to serve as ■ f'rst full-: time president of the Southeast Ohio Synod ,of .the "Evangelical and Reformed Church was the. Reverend Arthur H, jfjarsh, pas-. tpr of the Grace Evangelical and Reformed Church in' Canton .the last 14 years." His election came at the synod meeting in Dover. His duties will include supervision of 92 parishes ahd he will serve a four-year term. Other officers elected include: Reverend Karl Koepke oi First Church in Canton, vice presi - dent; Reverend C. C. Uuprich of Hartville, secretary; Miss 'Fran- Nist, County Civil Defense Director A. R. .McConnell and Donald Schmidt, Chairman of the military affairs committee of the Chamber of Commerce, and member of the filter center dedication planning 'committee. In the parking lot adjacent to the filter center will be two Air [Force displays, A TM-61 Matador guided- imissle and a jet engine van, which the p u b 1 i .c may pass through and observe two of the Air Force's busiest aircraft engines - a disassem - bled jet J-47 and a cutaway version of the 18 cylinder 'Wright Cyclone reciprocating R-3350. The J-47 engine powers the F- 86 Sabrejet, the XFr91 .jtfgh-alti- i tyde interceptor and JS-ift Torna- o\o attack bomber. The R-3350 j conventional reciprocating piston engine powers the B.-29 ^uper- fo'rt. ' A ban$ ^yill pi-.esenj: a concert commencing at' 7 p.m. next to the filter center building. During the official ceremonies which start' a 7:30 p.ip-, a crack U.S. Navy drill team, ttte Silver Rifles, from Akron N.A.S., will go -through- its -precision .paces. A unified color guard -will flank the entrance as the ribbon is cut. Immediately following the out- dopr activities, more than 50 filter center civilian volunteers will receive their meritorious service badges and certificates jn a special ceremony to .beheld in the filter center assembly room. An average of 1100 "aircraft flash" calls are received by filter center volunteer record - ers each 24-hour period v}a priority long distance, telephone lines. The Canton Filter Center telephone bill runs approxi - mately $18,000.00 per month. The Canton Air Defense Filter Army Pvt. Robert W. Cathey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Cathey, Route 9, North Canton, recently took part in ranger-type training given in the 1st Infantry 'Division at Fort Riley, Kansas. Cathey received training in survival problems and long-distance patrolling. Cathey, a rifleman in Com - pany G of the division's 18th Regiment, entered the Army in August 1955 and completed basic training at 'Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 21 - year • old soldier was. graduated from Greensburg High School in 1952. January 30: final contest during the Ohio Pastor's Conven - tion with cash prizes amounting to $550 and college scholarships. First prizes will be: $200 and a four-year free - tuition college scholarship; second prize: $100 and two-year scholarship; third prize: $75 and one - year scholarship. A native of Kansas City, Missouri, Mr. Davis' twenty .years of experience behind the lens of his famous camera have brought forth many adventure packed travelogs. The knowledge gained as a laboratory technician in Ray Mobile Unit Visits Here October 26 On 28-Schaol Tour Benefits Of Village Income Tax Now Beginning To Show Effect The benefits accruing to the Village of North Canton from the new Village Income Tax are slowly but surely becoming evident. A distribution of funds report released by the Income Tax Department shows many needed repairs made and necessary equipment either purchased or in the process of consideration. The tct.al tax receipts to J'uly 31 Of this year amounted to $60,241.07 of which .$23,769.56 went towards the initial cost of setting up the income tax department! This amount included the ipuT-hapse of office machines, furniture and the -contract fee of the accounting firm handling the job. Further expenses of the department will include only salaries of employees and, nominal printing costs. Estimated tax receipts from the end of July to December 31 are set at $32,000.00 and the tax department estimates its expenditures at $6,000.00 fer that same period. This leaves total funds Pf $62,- 471.91 to be used for improving the Village. . Transfers of sums from the income tax fund include: $6,526.50 for the purchase of m'uniciipal property and $1,937.00 a matching fund to buy radio equipment for Civil Defense. The lan-d bought, the Frye home on West Maple, is now being used for Village parking and was purchased With the idea In mind of expanding or rebuilding the Village Hall at some future date. Seventy - five per cent of the cost of the radio equipment came from state and federal allocations. Proposed distribution items are as follows: The Villapge's portion of the Storm Sewer to ibe constructed. The total cost of these sewers is estimated at $70,000 which leave.s an amount of $57,000 to be .paid for toy Village residents. The hard surfacing oi the streets which has aready 'been accomplished took another $6.- 000. One - half the 'cost of the r. ai grader being purchased for the village came from Income Tax receipts, $6,416.00 and the rest from the general fund. • This grader will enable the Village to do its own road work and snow .plowing in the winter and will within tinje be a savings. Fifteen thousand has been set aside a>s part of the cost of purchasing an aerial truck for the fire department. This purchase is being considered by Council but has not yet been approved. The estimated total charge for such a .piece cf equipment would be. $35,000. •However, not only is an aerial truck needed from the safety angle but it is recommended by the State Bureau of Fire Inspection as a requirement to maintain North Canton's fire insurance rates at the present level. Another $900 has been expanded to match state and federal funds which helped buy mere Civil Defense sirens to alleviate the difficulty of hearing Civil Defense sirens to alleviate the difficulty of hearing Civil Defense warnings in the east end of town. Dogwood Park improvements which include sidewalks, ceiling insulation, heating system, lawn and maintenance is costing another $5,500. Adding these up we arrive at a total of $55,279.50 set aside for expenses leaving a balance of $7,192.01 in the Income Tax Department on the last day of this year. Prospector Stoica Speaks io Rotarians Speaker at the meeting of the North Canton Rotary Club this Thursday will be Dan Stoica, 5th grade teacher, who will tell the group of experiences while on a prospecting expedition in the northwest section of Quebec. Mr. Stoica and a native Canadian spent .five weeks hunting for minerals and in that time staked out a 1000 - acre mineral claim. The local teacher resides on Portage Str-eet here in North Canton. Grotto Rosary Devotions Rosary Devotions will be held in Our Lady of Peace Grotto, on the campus of Central Catholic School, Sunday October 7th, at 3 p.m. A brass choir from Central Catholic .band will furnish music. Family Travel Adventure Series To Begin At Community Building "The pworld is his oyster" has often been said of Robert Davis, prominently featured in the coming Travel and Adventure Lecture series being offered by the North Canton Community Building YMCA beginning October 18. The Stark County Tuberculosis and Health Association X-ray mobile will visit the North Canton High School on October 26 on its round of 28 schools in the county. The mobile unit opened its 1956-57 high school X-ray season on September with a stop at Middlebranch High School Between now and March 26 ces Kopitzky of Strasburg, treas-1 urer, and Clair Studer of North Center is one of 67 centers stra J Canton, lay member. tegicaUy located across the na vyh^n the school x-raying will be .brought to a .close at Canton McKinley High School, this unit wi'Jl service 28 Stark County High School?, bringing free chest x-rays to an estimated 20,000 stu. dents, teachers and employees. Here in North Canton jthe estimated enrollment is 650. fither area schools to be included in the program are Marl- besrb/ 320; Greentown High, 90; Jackson - Memorial High, 470; and Uniontown High, 135. The Association, in'coop'eration with school superintendents and principals, sponsors the school x-ray program every two years, Association officials would like to" provide the service to schools annually, but demands of the over - all x-ra,y program, which currently 'brings free x - ray service to nearly 80,000 persons each year, prevent such a plan. I A similar bi - annual x - ray program is offered to industries of Stark County by the Association. In conjunction with the x-ray survey, schools will present educational assembly programs .prior to the Mobile visit, stressing facts* about tuberculosis and health jn. general. The-Associa tion is also heavily backing student • planned programs to create a more, active interest on the part of the younger generation in the importance of health and the necessity of health edu1- cation. Students in grades from 9 through 12 iwill be x-r^yed and will receive a confidential report after the x-rays have b.e e n checked by. competent medical personnel. one of the country's largest commercial motion picture labora - tories has helped him to produce the exquisite color Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands movie which he will present in .person at the Community Building on October 18. His factual yet stimulating style of presentation spiced with humor will provide a fine evening of the best entertainment for the family. He will arrive in North Canton after finishing engagements at Coumtoia University and Town Hall of York City, Carnegie Institute at Pittsburgh and the Orchestra Hall in Chicago. With the aid of his World War II experience with the Army Signal Corps he now designs and creates his own photographic and high fidelity sound equip - ment. The current travel film and lecture will take the audience to San Juan Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Advanced season tickets are now available at the North Canton Community Building YMCA. Further information may be obtained by calling HY 9-2589. President of Oanton Sorosis To Mrs. Sidney W-. Poole, President of Canton Sqrpsis, will be guest speaker at the North Canton Junior Woman's Club meeting Octob.er 8 at 8:00 p.m. at the North Canton Community Building. Mrs. Poole will give a book report on the newly published "So Fell the Angels" by Thomas Graham Belden and Marva Robins Belden. Music will be furnished by Robert McCleaster and Robert Matz, cornetists. The Committee of Fine Arts, Mrs. Blair Woodside, Jr. chairman, will be in charge of the program. She will ibe assisted by Mrs. James Fortney _ind Mrs. David T. Reynolds. Connie Brogden Elected To Delta Zeta Sorority pffice Miss Connie Brogden, daughter of Mr. and Mr% Cameron A. Brogden, 111 Mississippi Ave., North Canton, Ohio, was recently elected social chairman of Delta Zeta Sorority at Bowling Green State University. Miss Brogden is a junior majoring in speech.
|Title||The Sun, 1956-10-03|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
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News ©I tha Week!
VOL. 32 NO. 1
NORTH CANTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1956
7c PER COPY
eereue not n_.__n
Trips In October
The Community Bjilding
YMCA is planning three trips to
Pittsburg to see Cinerama's "Se-
jven Wonders of the World."
These trips have .proved to be
very successful in the past and
are open to both youth and
I Two Sunday trips are planned,
one on October 7th and one on
Octob.er 14th. These trips leave
at 8:00 a.m. from the building
and return at about 9:00 p.m.
A stop is usually made at the
Greater Pittsburg Airport.
_«» /? ~T_____ sfMaWKrWfpMK."■'TTS Wv-*. 0r>e trip is planned on Thurs-
s£slJ$tS ~meWf*\t\WW*\ i^f§-\vr\j daY- October 18th and will in-
^^ am\WBSe\\W$lM^MV.M(7 tH.ll) * elude time for shopping in down
town Pittsburg. This trip also
leaves at 8:00 a.m. and returns
at about 9:00 p.m.
The cost of the trips is 5.00
fl _*_?«_ T*L_^ C7_*-_L !""!..__,__ which includes the transporta-
VyniU I Re r leSn UieS tion and the theater. Reserva-
m, ,, . , . , , _ , . , ,'tions can be made at the Com-
lne world has known since Last January what happened munity Building- ymca, 20c
to the five dedicated American missionaries who s.et up a south Main. (HY 9-2589). Phone
camp (among the Auca Indians of Ecuador — a Stone Age reservations will be held for 24
tribe so bloodthirsty that even the head-hunting Jivaros hours,
stand in mortal terror of them. But, until now, few besides
their wives — with whom they kept in radio contact until
a few hourg before their massacre — .have known the
details of the most fantastic pursuit of Christian duty in
modern' times ... a crusade in which the sacrifice of five
has inspired hundreds more to carry on!
Abe C. Van Der Puy, Ecuador field director of the club ,..., ,.~.,_ -.-.. ...~
World Radio Missionary Fellowship, Inc., which < operates meeting Thursday, Octobej 4 at
the famous ""Voice of the Andes'' (radio station HCJB in the Pines Restaurant at 7:45.
Quito), and who knew all the missionaries involved in "Operation Auca", relates this thrilling adventure in faith in his
forthcoming book, "Through Gates of Splendor".
From the day last September when this daring secret
mission took form in the minds of missionary pilot '.Nkte
Saint and ex-Wheaton football star Ed McCji'ly, in charge
of the "pencil-thin slash in the jungle that was the