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Forbidden FruiS? COLUMBUS, OHIO Ohio State Museum Columbus 10, Ohio 1-957 'P?y-ymnr*mtrir,g-tr >ir«iotwn^irr»i>tiinrTiin^iiffiiiiffBrTnnt^mi<irriffii'iiiirrmi>,'iiii n ni »im 'hlii Another "Day Of Infamy" Those outrages against national honor, tradition and duty known as the Status of Forces agreements and treaties, now in effect -with some 50 countries, have been brought into sharp focus for Americans by recent events. One is the charge that the Formosan riot which sacked the U.S. Embassy and the USIA office in Taipeh would not have happened if we had had such a treaty with Formosa and had turned over to local justice the fate of the Army sergeant who shot and killed a "peeping torn" spying >on his home. Acquittal of the sergeant by an Army oourt- martial is regarded by irate Formosans, we1 are told, as a "whitewash". '■ More"significant is the decision by the Commander in Chief, himself, President (and former General) Eisenhower that Sergeant W. S. Girard, ,of Ottowa, III., will be turned over to Japanese courts for "inflicting bodily injury causing the death" of Mrs. Naka Sakai on a firing range last- Jan. 30. Sergeant Girard was on duty, guarding U.S. property. Mrs. Sakai, in defiance of posted warnings, was salvaging empty shells fired on the range. Since the incident, the sergeant's case has provided a tug-of-oold-war between the State Department which wanted to turn him over to the importunate Japs, and the Defense Department which originally did not. But the President, who signed the agreement, lias decreed Japanese justice for Girard. - All of which should recall the consistent stand of The American Legioni against the Status of Forces agreements and its repeated demands for the repeal of these and similar agreements. And the Girard decision returns the spotlight to the telegram of protest sent to the President only a few days ago by the National Commander Dan Daniel, of Danville, Va. t ' "If our Government allows Japanese courts," wired Commander Daniel, "to try and punish Girard for an unfortunate accident that occurred while he was on duty, then the Status of Forces Treaty and similar agreements are an even more inexcusable betrayal of the trust and rights of American servicemen stationed overseas to defend the freedoms which we so proudly proclaim in the Bill of Rights, including the right of trial by jury and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty. "It is not William Girard. who is on trial." the Commander continued. "Rather, it is our government. If our Government abandons Girard to Japanese justice (which it has now done), it will have notified the world that we will defend freedom for everyone except our own military personnel serving abroad." The President has, by his action, answered Commander Daniel. He has answered the American people. He has answered the armed forces that he once led in the greatest struggle for human justice the world has yet seem He has answered American youth that must soon be sworn to defend a Constitution that will not defend them. VOL. 31 NO. 37 NORTH CANTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1957 7c PER COPY North Canton Jaycee Fair, June 14, 15, 16 New Day Camp 1957 Community Playground Supervisors Begins June 24 l The North Canton Community Building YMCA has it's new Day Camp program ready to begin. j This is a new program for the North Canton Community and it promises to be a real opportunity for the youth to enjoy a full camp program and still spend their evenings at home. The campers are picked up by the YMCA bus in the morning near their home and taken to •camp. Here they enjoy all camp activities; archery, swimming instructions, crafts, nature study, games, etc. Bob Miller, the Day Camp Director, reports that horseback riding may be available at a small additional cost. The Campers are then returned to their homes in the late afternoon to spend the night at home. The camp site is in the game preserve adjacent to the Canton- Akron Airport; a rugged setting for camp experience. There will be three camp periods of five days each this summer. They are: 1st Period, June 24 to June 28; 2nd Period, July 1 to July 6; 3rd Period, July 8 to July 12. Capacity for each period is 40 campers. .Registrations may he made at the Community Building YMCA. Saturday Night Spotlights Music of Scottish Band: Hostess Winners Adams Announces Practice Schedule The North Canton Jaycee's 7th. annual fair has opened with four big nights of fun. Running from Wednesday through Saturday evening, the Fair features tent exhibits, rides, amusements, and refreshemnts. In the musical line there will John Adams, instrumental be the North Canton High School instructor at North Canton band Paying Thursday evening, High School, has announced f™1 ^.t}l[si^_g}} 2L*?-™!fkJ the summer instrumental music program schedule. The program has been in effect the first two weeks of June and will continue during the second, third and fourth weeks of July and the last three weeks of August. the Scottish Hand, returns for a Saturday evening performance. The Scottish Highland Band from Grove City, Pennsylvania, has made s.ch a hit each fair year, that they have been asked back again and again. High School girls will again serve as hostesses at the various display booths set up by local merchants in the big tent. Among the prizes which will be given away will be a gift certificate to the Arthur Murray COUNCIL NEWS Engineer Cooper presented es- i timates to Council Monday night 1 on various work projects under consideration by the Village. The estimated cost of a storm water sewer from a manhole on Pierce.avenue to a point on 7th street is $59,592.41. For paving streets adjacent to the new Hoover High School, including Fair Oaks, Park Circle and -totaled $33,663.91. Church street the cost estimate For laying sanitary sewer and water line on West 9th and Pierce avenue the cost was estimated at 522,135.30. In further action Council authorized the purchase of a First Aid Kit for the police department. Also, a new water tank has been purchased for one of the fire trucks at an approximate cost of $300. Fair Oaks drive and part of West Baehtel street was dedicated in a plat presented to Co ncil Monday night. The Mayor's report for the month of May jumped to $1,384.70. This includes licenses, fees, fines, etc. Be Warned Too often when we have criticized the Communists and their ideologies, we have taken the stand that their attack is a negative one. We have concentrated on the evil they have done, even more than we have on what was, and is, back of it. Because spreading out to overwhelm free peoples, having first softened their resistance by stirring up divisive- ness among them, is so monstrous an evil in itself, we have overlooked the greater danger, the greater menace. The acts of aggression, the destruction of freedom, the cruelties they continue to perpetrate, even while they turn a smiling benign face to the world, are in themselves but a means to an end. Because we have been so intent upon the visible expression and our sympathies so roused over the savageries, such as we have witnessed so recently in Hungary, we have glossed over the end toward which they were striving. We have correctly called their propaganda attacks, attacks upon the mind, but do we realize how deep is this truth? Do we realize that they are an attack upon our mental balance, even upon our sanity itself? Our greatest safeguard • against their inlsidious campaign against our'way of life, is the unity — the de- selectivity — of our people. True, the Communists — as did the other totalitarian would-be-masters —: fight us by trying to stir up trouble among our people, setting class against class, color against color, creed against creed. But ■— they do this not just to cause trouble — but to destroy our personal integrity. As lo^g as we hold to our ideals, we are strong. As long as we stand by the principles embodied in .the Constitution and in the Bill of Rights, we are safe. As long as we have the orderliness of brotherhood firmly entrenched in our hearts, the spirit of men working together for the commo.ni good, we are invincible. If they could destnoy our virtue, we would collapse. And it is at our virtue that the attack is made — not in a frontal assault, but with the same sniping tactics they used so effectively overseas. If we are unfair to our own minprities — and the minoi-ities unfair to the majority, if we permit ourselves to be spurred into demanding special rights and privileges for our own group, no matter what the group is — we are playing right into their hands. Let us face clearly the fact that they are skilled strategists not only on the battlefield, but on that other battlefield which is our mind. If we cannot win there, if we" cannot put aside prejudice, self-interest, selfishness — we .are indeed betrayed. Let us be yarned — and ever, alert. Louisville Garden Club Plans 17th Flower Show Plans for its 17th annual Flower show have been completed by Louisville Garden Club. The show, open to the public will be held Friday from 1:30 to 10 p.m. at the Louisville Public School. It will be composed entirely of table settings, and members are endeavoring to use functional items. Tables lor all types of entertainment, outdoor casual living, traditional and a section devoted to tray settings will be exhibited. - Co-chairmen for the show are Mrs. Harry Schmuch and Mrs. Glenn DeHoff. Mrs. Arnold Par- iso.is club .president. Supervising the North Canton community Playground activity this summer will be the above girls. In row 1, from left to right, are Hallie Boerngen, Carol Dorn, Joan Dornhecker and Judy Swope. Row 2: Betty Adams, Women's and Girl's Director at the Comm.nity Building YMCA; Kathy Wise, Susan Clatterbuck and Judy Willaman. SorosSs Take Part Two Protestant Churches Combine To Form United Church of Christ A Penny Pitch will he operated at the Jaycee Fair this week by the North Canton Sorosis Club. In charge are the co-chairmen of the Ways and Means Committee of the. Club, Mrs. James Rivers and Mrs. Ronald Humbert. The club will give away . a 14-inch portable Philco and a Hoover hand mixer set. ., £ Tickets may be purchased at' the Fair or from any of the club members. The winner need not be present at the drawing Sat- rday, June 15, to win. North Canton To Annex 41-Acre Land Tract Annexation to North Canton of a 41-acre tract of land was approved recently hy the county commissioners following a public hearing. The tract is south and east of the present corporation line, between E. Maple street and Schneider road. Robert E. and Hazel M. Zirhut are the petitioners and principal land owners. Attorney William Morris acted as petitioning agent. Clair Studer Voting Delegate Mr. Clair Studer of North Canton will be an official voting delegate of the Uniting Sessions of the United Church of Christ in the Music Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, June 25-27. At this time the Evangelical and Reformed Church and the Congregational Christian Churches will unite to form the United Church of Christ with a total membership of over two millon members in the United States and Canada. Rev. and Mrs. Beck and. Rev,.Buchhold. .\yjJlBvvggu£&. Visitors. " •-..= ■. Tlie feat red speaker for the sessions will be the Rt. Rev. Dr. Leslie Newbigin, Bishop of the United Church of South India, There have been mergers of similar Lutheran, Methodist and d—<-bvtp*-ian bodies, b t never Dsrothy Young And Ronald Gerber To Join National Youth Caravan Two teen-age members of Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church of North Canton will leave Tuesday, June 18, to join approximately thirty-five other young people in a National Youth Caravan. They are Dorothy Young and Ronald Gerber. who has been a leader in church before denominations of differ- <j.u uacr^iuUnus and forms of government. The C-C church. originated in England and the E & R church in Germany. C-C church is organized as independent local church 'bodies, the E & R as churches delegating authority to synods. These days in June have 'been described as "A date when to the greater glory of God, two parts of His Church shall become one — one in witness to the power of His Word, one in obedience to His Will, one in allegiance to His Son, one in Love and Fellowship with His People — A United Church Of Christ". unity throughout the world He is the author of "The Reunion Of The Church", "That All May Be One" and "The Household Of God". He originally was a minister in the Church of Scotland before going to the Indian mission field to serve there and become one of the leaders in the uniting of Congregational, Methodist, Anglican and E&R churches there. This union is a unique one in Protestantism. Never before have two groups of different origins and polity attempted union. The caravan is 'sponsored by the Youth Fellowship of the Evangelical and Reformed Church in cooperation with the Join National Youth Caravan Mem'bers of the National Youth Caravan are two North Canton youngsters. They are Ronnie Gerber and Dottie Young. The two leave next Tuesday to join 35 other young people from across the country who have volunteered their summer vacation for missionary and social work. Ronnie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gerber of 205 East 7th street and Dottie is the daughter oi Mr. and Mrs, Homer. Young of 700 Portage street. United Christian Youth Movement under the direction of Henry Tani. The young people are volunteering six to eight weeks of their summer vacations to do social work in various settlement houses, national mission centers or children's homes across the country. Members of the group must be between the ages of 17 anc1 24. They will receive a few dayr of specialized instruction at thr training center in Pottstown Pennsylvania, and from there they will leave for their assign ments. Ronald, 18, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gerber, 205 E. 7th street, is a recent graduate of North Canton High School. Active in various school and church musical activities while in school, he is past president o' the Youth Fellowship of Zion Ch.rch and president of the Canton Area Youth Council of the Evangelical and Reformed Churches. In the Fall he plans to enter Heidelberg College and later Eden Theological Seminary. Dorothy, 17, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Young, 700 Portage street. A senior at North Canton High School, she is a member of several musical groups and is vice president of Youth Fellowship of Zion Church. Both are mem'bers of the Senior High Youth Choir. Burglars Get $200 in Items From Getz's Gulf Station Burglars entered Getz's Gulf Service on Portage street, North Canton last week and made off with nearly $200 worth of merchandise, sheriff's deputies reported. Robert L. Getz, operater of the station, said these items were stolen: 30 cartons of cigarettes, 3 boxes of cigars, 18 boxes of shotg. n shells, 20 boxes of .22 caliber shells and two cards of cigarette lighters. Beginning Monday from 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. practice time is being devoted to the Junior High School Orchestra. This includes studio of Dance rilaannd/th g^de fri?gSV ?1USI The display by the local ^h S T^ SCh001 !tnngS: Ground Observer Corps this FrZ 1o-ooy a?fg!ment- ♦», ^ear will be suitcase type fea- Tn^Tm 2°*i":?°na-™|- thn; turing photographs telling the n«> h, £ * ,°\ Ba,nd Wllj story of the Civil Defense work, practice. Tins includes 7th and 0*serXvers will be on two-hour 8th plus advanced 6th. | dut at th Fair booth ln addi. On Tuesday the hours are the I same beginning with the High' tho n„,f School Orchestra, including ad v tion to their regular watches at vanced 7th and 8th, and then the J. nior High School Band, including advanced 6th. Thursday has scheduled the Dance band and Beginning band, including 5th and 6th. The High School Band only wil practice from 8:30 - 0.0:00 a.m on Friday. Group lessons by assignment will be given every day from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon, and the hours from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. every day will be devoted to groups (ensembles) and lessons by assignment. All classes will meet in the present band room in the Charlotte street building. Cost Accountants Set Spring Outing Date For June 13 The annval spring outing for members of the Akron-Canton Chapter of the National Association of Cost Accountants will be Roy Mohler, layout; Bob Mathie, held at the Barberton Brookside treasurer; Lee Lyon, electrical Volunteers who will serve at the booth include John Cathon, Hetrick Beistel, Vergie Reed, Jack Booth, Phyllis Ferrell, Dorothy Goldsmith Kay MacFad- yen. Joseph Yellin, H. H. Harmon luf!*'rtha Meister, Hazel Saylor, Dorthoy Rebillot, Gene Garner, Cletus Ecrement, Bonne ■-....-tiiei'. rv new cuncession to the Fan* this year will be the one operated by the Girl Scout Troop 152. The Scouts will sell ice cream, homemade cake and candy- Merchants who will have displays at the Fair are Jeffrey's Marine, Ray Willis Decorating, Willis Motor, Aerolite, Surbey Realty, Surbey Electric, Sheal- ton's, -Hobbies, F.ohl Tractors, Canton Concrete, Sponseller Plumbing, DeVille L.mer, Bob Yost Tires, Valley View Supply, Glen McClintock Heating, Zum- bauh, The Hoover Co., DeMarsh Ford, May . tag Rice, Fred F. Karam Inc., Hercules Fence, Soft Water Center and Downard Boat and Supply. Arranging the Fair are committeemen, Wayne Baker, chairman, Paul'Weber, construction; Country Club on the afternoon and evening of Thursday June 13. There will be golf, cards, conversation, and relaxation. Members will have the opportunity of meeting the new officers and directors. Mr. Robert Feola of General Tire is the new President, Mr. J. L. Crandall of North Canton, first vice-president, and Mrs. G B. Owens of the Hoover Company, second vice-president. A prime rib dinner will be served at 7 p.m. Golf and door prizes will be awarded. Several hundred members are expected to attend. wiring; Bill Willis, tent space; Jack Sponseller, entertainment and Roger Phillips, publicity. CAIRO WOMEN MET Cairo Agenda Woman's Club met recently a't "Today's Model Electric Home" for an inspection tour and lecture for the final club meeting of the season. Presiding at the business meeting was Mrs. Terry Ewing. Former Brown's Sftsr Rotary Club Speaker Former Ohio State University and Cleveland Brown's football star, Lin Houston, will be guest speaker at the North Canton Rotary Club meeting Thursday evening at the Community Christian Church. Mr. Houston is now living and working in this area; having retired from the pro "pigskin" tussle. His address is 5253 Hilltop Path NW. ^.in is actually somewhat of a local boy, having been born in Massillon. Mr. Houston is a member ..of tlie Community Dhristian Church here in North Canton. Rev. Reed, pastor of the Church, is the program chairman for the month of June. .-.. North Canton Post Office Staff To end our series of pictures introducing the North Canton post office, is this picture of the office staff, They are: J. Gallatin, K, Akins, Al Davis, postmaster; M, Ebel and D. Thomas.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1957-06-12|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Description||Beginning June 28, 1995, published as The sun journal.|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
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|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Description||Beginning June 28, 1995, published as The sun journal.|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton public Library|
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