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The Legacy Right Or Left? In the months preceding* the last election, the frequently-expressed thought that ''only a heart-beat" separated Vice President Nixojx from the Chief Executive's po-st was in the forefront of most American's: minds. No legs true today than it ever was, this concern over Mr. Nijcon's policies and attitudes vanished in the fanfare over a newer excitement, the liberal Republican candidate who unseated New York's Governor Harriman. This evaporation of public concern suggests that by, some quirk of psychology, the average American voter has decided that Nelson Rockefeller will be the next Republican candidate for the Presidency. What may betide the meanwhile is suddenly of no great moment. The Vice President is much too shrewd to be unaware of this, and, we think, too much of a fighter to let it alter his plans. But what are his plans? Now, more than ever before, it is important for his countrymen to know what they are. It is not surprising therefore, that Senator Barry Gold- water, the outstanding consei-vative of the day, has called upon him to "plant the Republican flag somewhere to the right of the political center and run for the Presidency in 1960 as the candidate of America's conservative' majority:'' > Writing in Human Events, Senator Goldwater .strongly suggests that the fate tof the GOP is in Nixon's hands when he §ays: ".. .1 have this thought to 'Offer about Rockefeller. If he should be nominated by the GOP in 1960... he would be running on the same platform as the Democrat nominee, who, is certain to be a New Dealer. And if we Republicans continue this trend toward "me-tooism," we're through as a party." , -The Senator discounts the reports of Nixon's veering to the left and says: "I think that the Vice President; is "fundamentally a conservative and I hope he makes that clear to the people of the country." ,. i Millions of -otfteT.^:^M'T&^ --and Dem ocrats alike-—will join,* we believe, in the Goldwater hope. As she indicated, we can not look to the Democrat party.-for a conservative candidate—and a conservative* victory ne*eds only a leader. • Hqw Dp You Work? One day not so long -ago; one of the boys I know cam<i to me for advice on two jobs that were offered to him. Now I'.am one of those who thinks' the worst sin is intruding on another's privacy, of decision, so all.I could do was tell him a* story. He said it worked—so I pass the story on to you. .One of the^ great preachers, when* asked; what had inspired him most, said that when he was a small boy, his father was a day laborer'in Scotland. One dawn he woke just as his father was leaving -the cottage for his day's labor. He., saiw-his father pause at the doorway and say aloud, firmly and proudly, "This day I go out in the name of the Lord!" ;Cduld any man have given a greater heritage to his son? That is the spirit in which work must be done. Otherwise the bread it brings is bitter bread, salt with unshed tears. Happiness is .not a thing from without, but a reflection of an inner strength. As a philosopher once said—we have no: more-right to consume happiness without producing. it than to consume* wealth without producing it. !■ We ..can give happiness, but we cannot take it. We can work with a desire to do our best, to. make the things we build the service we render, such that another will find joy:; in., our-work. And its very doing will bring happiness to us. s "But'.do..you-know what I'm facing? What have I to •be,happy about?" My.brother, let me give you the answer a very old and very wise man gave me when I asked just that. "I've noticed thatin'-all important crises in my life, God always showed-, lip-at the right moment if I waited for him." When disappointment,disill usionment, despair, seem to devastate your life—what do you plant on the graves in your ..heart?'-'Do you set up tombstones to mark your defeat? Orido:ypu plant;growing things to cover, the place and makt it a thing of beauty? ;;'.lt'-is up to you. You can tune in God. You can go out hvthelname of the Lord. You can fulfill your duty of bringing! happiness to others. Whatever your work—do it with iove for your fellow men in your heart, and your reward will be peace and happiness for yourself. Ike Favors Repeal President Eisenhower told his press conference recently that he favors repeal of the 22nd amendment to the Constitution, limiting the president to two terms. lie believes that people should not have their field of choice limited by this restriction. ; This type of limitation is often found in state constitutions. Ohio for a long time forbade county treasurers and sheriffs to serve more than two terms. The aim was frankly to pass the -offices around, and prevents some popular incumbent from' retaining his place term after term. This restriction was finally repealed, but many others like it are to be found in various states, ■■ '. .■President Eisenhower's position is.soundly "cased. With the world in tumult and danger constantly threatening, the United States.should be free to elect the best man in sight, whether he has had one term, two or five. A good question foncongressmen and.others who want"to limit presidential tenure'is this: ,, , ,.,,„„■, t Why did ,not the Congress, which proposed the 22nd am?hdment, likewise limit senators and representatives to ■Ohi ssysft/sff" « VOL. 33—No. 28 NORTH CANTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1959 7c PER COPY New Telephone Numbers To Be Assigned In Area Approximately 1,000 Ohio Bell subscribers in "the Canton and North Canton area will have new telephone numbers assigned to them effective Sunday, April 19. The .changes will appear in the new Canton-Massillon telephone directory which will be delivered during the pre. ceding week. About 500 subscribers who will find they numbers changed to GYro 2 in the new directory. Similarly, another 500 subscribers with HYacinth 9 numbers will be assigned HYacinth 4 listings. Dial equipment' serving their telephones will be lo cated in the new North Canton exchange building. Ohio Bell District Commercia1 Manager R. G. King said that door-to-door delivery of approximately 92,000 copies of tlie new telephone book will begi;"1 on Monday, April 13, and should be completed by Thursday, April 16. Distribution of another 22,000 books in the Massillon exchange will take place simultaneously. King .cautioned subscribers that due to the many number changes, the new books should not be used until Sundav, April 19. That is tho day the new telephone numbers become effective. The white parses containing the alphabetical listings are tlie same in number as last year. The yellow page section, however, has four more pages than last year's hook. There are 248 white pages and 380 yellow pages. - The cover design is similar to the one used for the past several years. The color scheme however, will feature a yellow telephone handset against a green simulated leather back- match the colors of Ohio Bell's green and yellow telephone instruments. 400 Persons Expected To Attend The Young Citizens Awards Banquet Final arrangements are being made for the Young Citizens Awards Banquet to be held Friday evening, April 10 at 6:30 p.m. at Hcover High School. Pictured here are' members and advisors of the newly-organized Junior Philatelic Club of North Canton. Tlie young stamp collectors are sponsored by the North Canton Stamp Club and meet at the Community Building Y.M.C.A. on Saturdays at '1 p.m. In ■ the photo are, left to right: Jeff Mylett, Randy Luckner, Greg Brown, E'. T. Wettach, advisor; Bob Shisler, Randy Ingold, David Witsaman, Stanley Trier, bill Morris, Peter Cain, John Cromb, advisor; Katherine Cromb, Bob Luckner, and Stephan Smith. Seated are tlie officars: left, Allen Feller, vice president; center, Tom Hoover, president; and right, Ronnileigh Reed, secretary-treasurer. Persons interested in joining the club may contact Mr. Wettach or Mr. Cromb. FREE FOR ALL DAY Wednesday, April 15, 1959 is hereby • announced as FRE^ FOR ALL DAY by the staff of the North Canton Public Library. No fines en overdue books will be levied or collected on that day. Patrons having Ion;r overdue books are especially invited to return their books on that, day so that the files can be cleared of accumulated overdue records. North Canton Library To Observe National Library Week April 12-13 vThe~'NdrtK' Canton Public Library-joins the other libraries of the country in the observance of National Library Week, April 12-18, sponsored by' the National ■Book Committee, Inc., in cooperation with the American Library Association. Mfcy f* -_- . _iaM__l__b_a. It is devoted to the importance of reading in American lif-a and to the importance of libraries of all kinds . public, school and university libraries, and the libraries maintained by individuals in their own homes. Leaders in the magazine, newspaper, book, radio, television, business and educational world will join in participating in the celebration and in providing special attention to reading, and libraries in national journals and broadcasts. The Staff of the North Canton Library invites all residents of the area to visit their library and to become acquainted with its services. To residents who are not regular users- of tlie library a cordial invitation is issued to obtain a library card and to make practical use of the library's facilities. It can be useful to all who wish to take advantage of it. • Special displays ol books and book jackets will • be exhibited both in the library and iri outside display areas. The .Little Art Gallery has on exhibit a strictly' local show: the - Art Work of The Elemen tary School Children of North Canton. Library Hours - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 11 a.m - 9 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. -5 p.m. Mary Evans Receives Supervisor Post; J. Smith Named Orchard Hill Principal Announcement is made by,the Board of Education of the appointment of Miss Mary- L. . Evans to the newly- created position of Elementary Supervisor and Mr. Joseph E. Smith to the post of principal'at Orchard Hills Scho61. Miss Evans presently is teaching First Grade at the Portage Building. In her years of service to the North Canton Schools, she has had a close contact and concern lor the school "program at the elementary level. A graduate of Ohio University with a Master's Degree in Education, Miss Evans has attended workshops, conferences, and in- service programs concerned with educational problems. 'The'work assigned.to this position, as outlined by E.R. Malone. Superintendent of Schools, would concern the co-ordination of the instruction program at the elementary level, working with teachers in improving classroom techniques, and developing curriculum guides and courses of study. The opening of the expanded Orchard Hill Elementary Build- North Canton Garden Club To Hold Spring Flower Show At Dogwood Park "Welcome Spring" will be the theme of the North Canton Garden Club's annual Spring Flower Show at Dogwood Park on April 16. To begin at 8 p.m., the-show will feature many floral displays as well as a talk on "Evergreen Shrubs" by Mrs. Paul Thompson, and "Deciduous Shrubs" by Harry Ziroff. Two Local Residents To Attend dedication Of R. A. Taft Memorial North Canton residents. Mrs. Gerald F. Duryee and Harold T. Duryee will attend the dedication of the Robert A. Taft Memorial on the Capitol grounds in Washington, D.C., on April 14. Slated lo take part in the program are President Eisenhower, Vice President Nixon, former President Herbert Hoover, Ohio Congressman Clarence J. Brown. Congressman B. Carroll Recce (R-Tenn.i, president of the Taft Foundation, William H. Taft, eldest son of the late Senator who will s'oeak on behalf of the Taft family. Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.i and Speaker Sam Rayburn (D-Tex.). Friends of tho Senators and contributors to the Robert A. Taft Memorial Foundation have been invited to attend. While in Washington. Mrs. Duryee will attend meetings of the national resolutions committee of the Daughters of the American Revolution, prior to the opening of the 68th Continental Congress on April 20. She was recently appointed io the committee by Mrs. Frederick A. Groves, President General of tlie D.A.R. Mrs. ' Duryee will attend the Congress as one of the dole- gates of • the Canton Chapter, D.A.R. She has served as state chairman of the National De- ense Committee for three years, and on the state resolutions committee for the past five years. P. E. 0. Chapter Here To Hold puest Night Chapter B.B. of the P.E.O. Sisterhood will meet Monday, evening, April 13 at 8 p.m. in the home "of Mrs.' W. T. Krichbaum, 319 Glenwood Street •West. - Highlighting the evening will be an exchange program' with Mrs. R. T. Baker of P.E.O. Chapter C.X in Canton giving a demonstration on how to make shell jewelry ■ Assisting the hostess will be Mrs. H. J. Sickafoose. The program will be opened by an Armed Forces icoloi* guard. Nick Monastra, Hoover High School Student Council Prasident. will preside at the ciening. Vocal selectons will be offered by Mr. James Powell, choir director al Faith Methodis' Church, and Mrs. Verda Shilling will present organ music. The Rav. Donald Walton, pastor of Greentown Methodist Church, will give the invocation. Serving in the capacity of Dr. R. T. Warburton. Mr. E. R. Malone. Suparintcndent of North Canton Schools, will give tho history of the program, and Mr. Walter Johnson, Genera! Manager of the Ford Motor Company in Canton, and general chairman for the eveni. will give the significance of the program to the community. Mr. Dean Osborne^ ' chairma of the judges committee, will give the report of the judges, and Roar Admiral Carl Pfingstag. maintenance and. materia! officer on the Atlantic fleet'.- air force commander's staff, who is also the main speaker fcr the evening, will present the coveted awards to the- deserving youths. Approximately 400 persons are expeciad to attend the banquet, including the participants, their parents, and interested citizens. Also present will be Mayo: George Swindell and the Village Council. Students participatine in the program will be the guests of business, professional and individuals of the community who have bought .pai- ron ticket. The public is welcome to attend. Tickets mas be purchased at the Schafer- Messerly Drug- Co., Shane's Pharmacy in Greentown, or th'* Community Building. Table decoratons will be furnished by the Greentown Garden Club. It is to be noted tha* Greentown residents have boor most co - operative and activ, in this project. The North Canton Junior Woman's Club will serve as host esses. .. Following the..presentation ot the main addres, the Hoover High Vikettes will close the pro. gram singing "Let There B<* Peace On Earth." Rev. Paul V. Helm Jr. of Zio'i Evangelical and Reformed Church will pronounce the benediction. Guests of the North Canton Garden Clubbers will be tlie members of 'the McDowell Acres and Welcome Wagon Clubs. Mrs. John Savage and Mrs. Arthur J. Shahan will serve as co-chairmen oi the; event. They will'*-be assisted by Mrs. Merritt Miller, Mrs; Raul Ferrell, Mrs. Mrs. Thomas Williams and Mrs James Ashbaugh will head the staging committee, and Mrs. W. D. Bonneil and Mrs. Ed Albright will have charge of the Horticultural displays. Chairman of the Junior Garden Club event will be Mrs. C. ing in September will find-Joseph'vE'. Smith serving as E'le- mentaryPrincipal. The Board of Education ■ approved this action which promotes Mr. Smith, from Fifth Grade teacher to the'principarship. •- • A;graduate of Kent State UniT versity with a. Master's Degree in Education, Mr. Smith has been in the* North -Canton School System for seven years. Since Orchard Hill School was opened, he has served as Head Teacher. Staik Dental Auxiliary Held Meeting Recently Flower Show Planned April l6 'Mrs. John Savage,, left, -and. Mrs, Arthur Shkhan, cq- chairman of the coming North Ganton Sr*-ri»g Flower Show slated' April . 16, are shown making plans for itjie club's -annual event,' Many'inFeresting exhibits: are being planned, Hajjry Mohler, and Mrs. .Paul Q Boettlel, ghe win .be assisted Thompson, who will he in charge by Mrs R j 0yler and Mrs. ol entries- : William J Cady, Mrs • Russell Kelly, and Mrs E. G. Rosenberg. •In- the horticulture class, the show. will", include displays of lie. Lily-Flowering Tulip, ■ Dutch Breeder Tulip, -Cottage Tulip, Darwp'n Tulip, Parrot - Tulip Ooubie or Broken. Tulip, Specie- 'Wild) .Tuli'O, : Trumpet* Narcis ••us,.'- Large Cup Narcissus ""Small Cup Narcissus, Doubh Narcissus, Poetaz Narcissus. Al io to..be included in the Horti culture • Division will "be other "spring flowering bulbs, and thf Tunior Garden Club entries ir *:he tulip, narcissus, and flowering shrub classes. The Design Division of the Spring Show will feature arran •jements fcr lhe contemporary home, the colonial home, arrangements suitable 'for .the tea ^able; compositions using birds; arrangements-reflecting a religious mood. The Junior Garden Club wil) display arrangements suitable for the teacher's desk: in the Design Division. Mrs. Gordon Carle will serve as -program leader, and "Mrs. Burton ;Carle . and .Mrs..Q..C." Boettler will be hostesses at the coffee klatsch. Entries will be received for the show from .6 to "7:30 pirn. Judging wijl ,'bc* by the. Merit System. The public is 'invited to view " (Continued* on Page Four) * The Woman's Dental Auxiliary of the Stark County Dental Society held a luncheon at the Alliance Woman's Club on Friday, April 3 at .12:30.•p.m. Mrs. ..J. C. Greiner, president, presided at the meeting. Astounding Growth Of North Canton a Pointed Out By Speakers Several Nortli Canton residents held the members of the North Canton Business Men's Association and theii guests spell-bound at-Monday nights meeting, held in the Community Christian Churcii, as they each pointed out th" growth in their own various fields of work and endeavor as it pertains to North Canton. Vernon Sell, publisher of The North Canlon Sun, acting as chairman of the meeting introduced the speakers. First to be present ad was the Mayor of North Canton, George Swindell, who traced the growth of the village for the past eight years, and used only figuras taken from within the corporation limits. He pointed out that in 1954 there were 53 permits for new building taken out while in '194S thare were 141 building permits for additions, 13 for new garages and 8 permits for new commercial properties, la the past eight years the amount of dollar value within the corporation itself amounted to $12. 380, 286. A drive around the outskirts of the corporation limits will show many,times that amount in the past few alone Next to be introduced was 'Ai Davis' postmaster at North Ca i ton's posteffice. Hc traced the growth of the area in regard- to the amount of area serve.-: by the local postoffice. Tha de- (Continued on Page Three) North Ganton Woman's Club Elects Officers Recently elected to serve as officers in thcNorth Canton Woman's Club were: seated, leit tc yight: Mrs.. Ralph Perdue,, first vice president; Mrs. Martin Surbey, president; Mrs! James Ashbaugh, second vice president. Standing, Mrs. Royal Kayes, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Allen Stipes, recording secretary; Mrs. George W." Starr Jr., press reporter; .and Mrs' Harold-Gline.-treasurer. Mrs, M- H. Clymer, historian, 'was absent for the nhoto.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1959-04-08|
|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|
|Full Text||The Legacy Right Or Left? In the months preceding* the last election, the frequently-expressed thought that ''only a heart-beat" separated Vice President Nixojx from the Chief Executive's po-st was in the forefront of most American's: minds. No legs true today than it ever was, this concern over Mr. Nijcon's policies and attitudes vanished in the fanfare over a newer excitement, the liberal Republican candidate who unseated New York's Governor Harriman. This evaporation of public concern suggests that by, some quirk of psychology, the average American voter has decided that Nelson Rockefeller will be the next Republican candidate for the Presidency. What may betide the meanwhile is suddenly of no great moment. The Vice President is much too shrewd to be unaware of this, and, we think, too much of a fighter to let it alter his plans. But what are his plans? Now, more than ever before, it is important for his countrymen to know what they are. It is not surprising therefore, that Senator Barry Gold- water, the outstanding consei-vative of the day, has called upon him to "plant the Republican flag somewhere to the right of the political center and run for the Presidency in 1960 as the candidate of America's conservative' majority:'' > Writing in Human Events, Senator Goldwater .strongly suggests that the fate tof the GOP is in Nixon's hands when he §ays: ".. .1 have this thought to 'Offer about Rockefeller. If he should be nominated by the GOP in 1960... he would be running on the same platform as the Democrat nominee, who, is certain to be a New Dealer. And if we Republicans continue this trend toward "me-tooism," we're through as a party." , -The Senator discounts the reports of Nixon's veering to the left and says: "I think that the Vice President; is "fundamentally a conservative and I hope he makes that clear to the people of the country." ,. i Millions of -otfteT.^:^M'T&^ --and Dem ocrats alike-—will join,* we believe, in the Goldwater hope. As she indicated, we can not look to the Democrat party.-for a conservative candidate—and a conservative* victory ne*eds only a leader. • Hqw Dp You Work? One day not so long -ago; one of the boys I know cam|