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txiis Amkttkw way 2.Sections — 14 Pages NORTH OAINTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17,1965 10c per copy Set to ;___* Honors on HH Matmen, Anti-Poverty Tools I know a retired judge with a keen sense of humor, from whom words, of wisdom just seem to roll. He is one of those individuals with a talent of getting the most out of everything he reads, and he knows .just when to pass it on. One day I was bemoaning the fact that somehow or other life just wouldn't fit into plans, and he gave me this sentence: "A man seldom finds what he is looking for, tut he never find's anything unless he is looking for something." Too many of us just sit back and wish, and then say that prayers are not answered. But the man who can pray humbly.to be-given.the power to do a job, generally 'gets things done. The impossible happens sometimes, my mother used to say. And when the impossible happens, we usually find it has been a mixture of prayer and hard work that brought it about. It is intent plus action that counts. We can't wish other people into doing things for us. We have to be right there on the job when events happen. We have to be ready for the unexpected. We have to be able to make the most of every opportunity. What we want may not come in tlie form in the way we had planned, but unless we go after something, we won't get anything. . We. say we want to get ahead. If we prepare ourselves to b© ready to: recognize and to seize, an opportunity when it presents iteelf, w^e will be able to make use of all changes arfdlwe willget somewhere.. VV '. W_.say we.want.goM will around us. If we are fair to •thosei -with; Vhom- We come in contact, just and friendly in on>>wii. dealings, weiwill create.good will by our own ac-; tibn_f We mky hot be able to make .§¥&:y<mei}ik& us -- wjio would want.that? — but by the way*wei-cofiduct 6u_- Selves, we can' make people respect us. "■' "We'say we' want leisure time. If we work hard when w£ <i6 wttrk, we will find it possible to save enough t*me tous© it as we wish; And we will have the habit of doing first tilings:'first, so we will have learned how to enjoy that le^irrei •'.,. .'."...- ";• , -Justi as it Ib in our personal affairs, so it is in our national'arid international relations. We won't find the way of life for which we are looking, unless we go out and look for something that will assure that way of life for all men. V The seeking rhihd, plus the abiding faith; the doer plus that dreamer — that is what makes the world move. That is what makes progress. We can't get ahead standing still. We have tos&ek something, in order to find anything! Letters To Congress '.. Most senators and representatives agree on one thing; they like to hear from their constituents. It is a safe bet that this desire is being met by the usual augmented flow of letters, now that Congress is in session again. After awhile, when the legislature wheels have begun to turn more.briskly, the trickle of grass roots opinion will build up to become a river. . This is a,go6d time to. suggest that citizens concerned about government should contribute their part to the river of communication. This, more than anything else except tiie act of casting a ballot, is the way to make one's voice heard. It is the best way to make opinions known, and potentially to influence legislation. No able member of Congress simply tots up the letters for, and against a bill and then votes accordingly: There is fa^t* 'more ^/sound decision-making than that. But it ."is true th_t legislators are influenced, often decisively, by what th<6y hear from those they represent. This is an essential part'of the democratic process. If one feels strongly about a proposal, it is a sin of oinission not to make one's views known. It is doubly so ibie<jause, where controversy is involved, others with different ideas will be sure to speak up. ..';_..^^ iMuch of the mail, on controversial issues is likely to bie,rha^produced, the result of a concerted lobbying campaign. Such mail is often discounted, heavily, but it may tip^the balance in a legislator's mind unless enough individuals express their opinions in their own words. Doing that is the best way to let your law makers know what kind of law you favor. What Are We Looking For? ..:■.- IPederal attacks have been launched on various fronts of the war against poverty in America. The Neighborhood Ttouth, Corps is reported to be almost half way to its short- term goal of helping 150,000 young men and women by Tjrrovidin_" what'Labor Secretary Wirtz describes as "work experience and* opportunity." The Appalachia measure has ,b^h;enacted. Other programs, are under way. Vv^t'>uchcavtime.it is pertinent to think again about that will;Orthe-Wisp,' the elimination of poverty in the United Statesv.Are/vfre now ^getting to the stage of being able to M&, hioweyer: dinily, the end of this long road? ;V.V: : There j»e some favorable indications. We-live in an era When,.for the first time in man's history, it is possible un- • d(6^ optimuiii conditions to produce enough of the basic j^^s" £]_r'whpte' populations rather than for the privileged ilejtik% was this that Vice President Humphrey had in mind -life dti)^ day when, he commented on the anti-poverty mo* **ai^;l.^ haye ^■ijie^^,to provide i$ucatioVS$ that the bisic tools th&jb ?duii#a;$#est_oy-i»v&rty t^ Vikings Surprise Everyone But Coach MscBonald l_*K-<J_i CJrtjiiti'Kji. noiaers oi uie luv>o state wies^uiig uke ana an Loins, .fat Willaman, Tom Allan, John Kuebel, C'nic Cropiey ana r-aul outstanding season record is the Viking Wrestling Squad (above). In Hines. Row 3: Assistant Coach Roger Discounte, Claude Cowan, Paul the.first row, (left to right) are Tom Riley, Dave Roeser, Gary Gaumer Smith, Lance Hefke, Francis Paquin and Coach Paul MacDonald. •Mark Evans, Stan Owens, Bill Dimit and James Allen. Row 2: Dick 8-Year-Old Boy Victim Of Accidental Shooting Youthful curiosity in weapons lead to tragedy Tuesday night at the Robert Jenkins home, 6599 Wocdell Ave. NE. Dead, shot through the heart by his brother, is 8-year- old George Jenkins. Richard, 13, accidentally fired wis father's 22-caiitoer pistol while tihe iboys were examining their father's weapons, he told IX James Otto, wlnp investigated from the sheriff s office. The youth, then evidently in a state of shock, drug his loroth- er's ibodiy from the huuse into the yard and wandered around the neighborhood for nearly four hours, idcared toy cruisens, he did not return home until 2:30 a.m. Wednesday. The tr.'Cic events began to unfold hours later when the parents, after returning home, 'began to wonder where the two faoys were. Mr. Jenkins, who operates his own realty agency and has developed much of the allotment Which lies ' north of the 3800 'block of Elaston NE, had spot-c ted Richard walking as he' drove home from a basketball gaime with his two older sons: Danny, 15V2; and Robert, 17. He found George's body in a hedge a short time later. Coro- j ner G. S.SWaheen was expected to (rule death Iby accidental sihooting late Wednesday 'afternoon. The accident occurred while Mrs. Jenkins was away from the house a few 'minutes and while lO-yeaT-old JoiAnna was visiting in a neighbor's home. The victim was a second grader at Warstler School and a memiber of the Church of God. A maternal .grandmoither, Mrs. Mina Rich Veneskiy of Oanton; and (maternal great- grandrndther, Mrs. A. J. Thom- ason of Canton also survive in addition to the immediate family. 'Friends and relatives may call at tire 'Elarl B. Jack and Son ■'Funeral Home in Canton from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.im. The Rev. Raymond Crowley of the Church of God will .conduct services Friday at 1 p.im. The body Will then toe taken to Magnolia Cemetery for 'burial. Mrs. Duryee Accepts Slate MR Post Mrs. Gerald Duryee of 127 10th St. El, was named corre- sp nding secretary for the Ohio Society, of the Daughters oi the ■American Revolution at the state conference in Columbus last weekend. Retiring in June as regent for Canton Chapter, iMrs. Duryee Was been a DAR member since 19(23. She has served as national defense 'comimittee chairman, program chainman and vice regent for the local .chapter. She also has served as district and Ohio chainman of national defense and presently is chairman of the resolutions committee. She is national vice •chairman of national defense in the lEiast Central Division. ASQC Plans Meeting On Scientific Management Ventriloqmst; Wtil Entertain-for Teenarama, ©oto 'Palmer of Detroit, 'a yen-. truoq_ist, will; give the program for Teenaraima Saturday, March 20, at..7 p.m. at Wells School, Canton. " . The Teen-Tpries ensemble will sing and the. IBIIble,. qui2 wi"l toe "between Xteairns ' isoirn McKinley;,. •Perry, Tiin\„enr W^ker., talks aiid i_ncoto,JU(^i The Akron-Canton Section of the American Society for Quality Control will meet Thursday, Manch 18, at Iacpim'ini's Restaurant in Akron. W. I. Martin of Oln-Math- ieson Chemical Corp. will speak on the subject of "Improved Quality Through Scientific Management". He will discuss the need for ibetter and more scientific managers 'in the field of Quality Control. Dinner .will be served -t 7 p.m. with Mr. Martin's presentation ibeginning at 8. There will toe a pre 'meeting seminar at 6:15 p.m.featurinig G. K. Oberlin of E.Summit St., who will present "(New Developments in iMr Gauging". Voters! Register! Secretary of State Ted W. Brown reminded voters . that March 24 is the deadline for all .those, wishing to register to vote in the May. 4 .balloting. Brown stressed the fact that off-year elections are Jugt as important as any others, espeq tally since there are four Con- stitutiional .-amendments to toe approved toy Ohio voters this year. Ohio , has 35 counties where registration, is; . required in .all precin'Cts and 12 .others where it Is /required 1xu'£a.ts "of thfc county.' Draftsman Is Now Qualified Surveyor ' North Canton City draftsman Edward G. Fried! is now a qualified surveyor. Passing his state exam, Mr. Fried! received his certificate at a Feb. 24 dinner held at the Onesto Hotel iin Canton. Making the presentation was Iiv>.r S. Campbell, executive secretary of the State Board of Registration for professional engineers and surveyors. Attending the dinner with Mr. Friedl were his wife, Mary Margaret, and City Engineer J. Rclbert Hammontree and his wife. Mr. Friedl is a memiber of 16, is a native of Akron and a ■'!932 graduate of the University of Akron. He completes his first year on the City post this Thursday. Mr. Friedel is a member of the Knights of Columbus, the •Canton Section of the Ohio Society of 'Professional Engineers and St. Paul's Catholic Church. With the Ohio National Guard seven years, he is a first lieutenant in C Company, 3rd Bat- tallion, C_5th Infantry, with headquarters dn Akron. Waiting to greet him when he goes home to 503 Fifth St. NW, in addition to Mary Maigaret, are daughter, Corrme, lVz, and Eidward, 5 .months. Vikings Victors On Sports, Musical Fronts Wrestling and music may not mix, but when students are outstanding in one or the other they share the spotlight at a school assembly. Stars of the Monday morning assembly at Hoover High were members of the 1965 wrestling team who brought home the first state wrestling championship ever won by a Stark County school and vocal and instrumental musicians awarded "superior" ratings in district music contests last weekend. CB-Y Seniors Take Hi-Y Title The area Hi-Y 'basketball league title rests withr North Can ton Y's senior hoys team. They won the top spot IMonday, March 15, in a game at Trump Rd. school with the tourney runner-up, North Canton junior iboys. Dale Marande captains the seniors who were en the top end of a 73-58 score. Tom Ach- berger was Captain for the juniors. Sentiments rah high as the Hoover High classmates vied for honors. 'League play involves teams from Louisville, Minerva, Lake, Sandy Valley, Canton South and the two local' teams. North Canton seniors and Canton South tied as league ■co- champions With identical &_ marks. In tourney play over the last few weeks the seniors toest- ed Sandy Valley and the juniors beat the Louisville wiimner of the Louisville-South game. The seniors went on to (beat 'Bast Canton and Lake and the juniors took Minerva to endup in contention for the tourney- title. The four wrestlers who carried home the victory trophy from Coluimtous Sunday were Chl'c Cropley Stan Owens, Francis Paquin and Pat Willaman. Tlhey and their Coach Paul MacDonald received standing ovations from the crowd of enthusiastic classmates. Awarded music honors toy Principal H. Wayne Russell were vocal sjloists; Holly Cady and Jennifer Mylett, sophomores; Lynne Bell, junior; and Marjorie Grayibill and Mary Eis- selburn, seniors. A vocal ensemble of allsen- iors: Banb Russell, Pam Hiss- -er, Linda H o u s ton, 'Nancy Stirauch, Tom Sluss, Gary Giv- ler arid. Gaiy Dolan; and a mixed enseinilole of juniors and seniors: Mary Elsseiburn, Mir'.am Stamtoaugh, Bonnie Maurer, Barb Hilscher Bill Leed, Don Haren and Jctei Hoover, also were "superior." Vocalists competed Saturday at Edison Junior High. Judging at Perry High School turned up the following top instrumentalists : Jim Romeo, Oboe solo and clarinet solo; Susan Shafer, clarinet solo; Gary Kyle, trom toone solo; iBoto Christiansen, snare drum. solo. 'Flute • clarinet - bassoon en- semlble of Vivienne Martin, Carl Waltenlbaugh and Ken Sto ner. Mixed clarinet quartet of Carl Waltenbaugh, Marilyn Weeks, Susan -Shafer and Jim Schwab. Coronet trumpet quartet of ■Charles Tifft. Dean Musgrave. Riok OamplbeU and Mark Homes. Flute quartet of Vivienne Martin, Sondra Preda, Sharon MAA Meeting Set James A. Frost, controller for Diebold,. ,Inc, and president of the Stark County chapter of the National • Association of Accountants has set April 6 for the next meeting of officers, di- re'ctofs arid past presidents of tht chapter. . The meeting will follow a 6:30 pjm. supper at the Penguin •GrilK to -Canton^ " Schwartz and Sue Davis. Percussion e".semole of Steven Sloan, Robert Christiansen, Penny Martelet, Richard Button and Susan Wolf. i'yae from Levy Backers Following the publication in the March 15 issue of tlie Canton Repository cf an article lisLing supporters of a one-mill ■county levy, Harold T. Duryee of E.Tenth St., chairman of the North Canton Republican Comimittee, has forwarded the fallowing letter to the Stark County commissioners. Dear Mr. Nist: The article in the March -15th issue of the Canton Repository atoout tlie Committee for promotion of your one mill levy, which mentioned my name as a committee member, came as a great surprise. You did not have consent to use my name, ner did you give me an opportunity to reply to your letter of March 10th requesting me to serve. Your letter arrived at my home on 'Friday, March U2th, and was not available to me until that evening. With your offices closed most of the weekend, and knowing that your committee ■annoimcement must have ibeen gwen to the newspaper early Monday morning, you permitted me approximately six hours when your office could toe Called to give you my decision. Your use of my name in support of your levy without consent is resented. Since it appears that you did not want to give me time to reply to your letter 'before usirrj my name, I can only assume that you wished it to appear that I was supporting the levy without really knowing whether I Was or not. Had you given me time to ply to your letter, you would have been informed that my time outside of .business hours is committed to other projects, and that I have not yet learned enough about.your -.levy to know whether I will vote for it. Yours truly, Haroad -T.Duryee Ole St. Pat himself wouldn't mind moying. over today as we take this March 17 tc salute North Canton's own heroes, the 1965 Ohio Scholastic wrestling champions from Hoover High School. Perhaps some of that "luck of the Irish" traveled to Columbus last weekend with our Viicngs as they captured Stark County's very first wrestling title in historv. Luck though, especially in the sports field, is often better spelled P-L-U-C-K, for in the word's of winn.ng coach Paul MacDonald, "We went to Columbus with the idea we could do as well as anyone ii the state and we did it." And win it they did, scoring 32 points before 4,000 dis- believeing fans at St. John's Arena on the Ohio State campus. : One day the names of Butch Paquin, Chick Cropley, Stan Owens and. Pat Willaman ■will roll off the tongues of then oldsters as they recall . 1965, just as the names of Joe Peters, bill Ashtoaugh, Dale Ginther, Sterling Pollock and Roy Mohler do wden old-timers recali Ray Swope's 1933 team of basketeers who ibrought North Canton its first state title. 'News media throivjhout the state have recounted their feats, gro'an for groan, tout new it's Lime for the »jlory, and it 'began ■Mondaiy morning with an "honors assembly" at the high school with all the student 'body givi-i,2 them a rousing "thank ■ou." WHBC had the coach and state qualifiers for a radio interview Tuesday. Sideline's Plan Dinner Tuesday evening, March 23, at 6:30 they'll share the limelight with the Viking basketball team as Hocver High Sideliners Club hosts its annual basketball- wrestling banquet. According to German? S-"an- son, Sideliners president, plans are underway to show movies of many of the state meet wrestling matches to the b'-nrv-et audience at American Legion Post 44 home in Canton. E. R. Malone, superintendent of North.Canton Schools, will toe master cf ceremonies and the Rev. Kenneth Rudkin, assistant at St. Paul's Catholic Church, will r/ive the invocation and benediction. •Awards will be presented by Coach Joe McKay in basketball, Coach MacDonald in wrestling and special awards by North Canton El'ks, North Oanton Jaycees and the WHBC most valuable player toasketball award. The Sideliners, too, make individual awards in both sports and special awards are planned for the state championship team. Chamber of C^mmprce S»ts Special Wre^ling Banquet The North Canton Chamber of Commerce plans a special banquet for the wrestlers Tuesday, M'arch 30, at Ruslee's. Noted speaker will be Mike Koval, wrestling coach at Hiram College. Reservations for the steak dinner and program win be limited to 60 and chamber memibers have first Chance. tA tentative date ofTuesdav, Ma.rch 30, is not yet confirmed. Charles T. Boeardus, Who is making arrangements, says that a 'caravan will bp formed K escort the champions to the ''honor dinner.". The "parade of champions" will move funm Hoover Hisrh east on Bachtel north on Main St. to the Square and west on Portage to the restaurant. Just fop our record books, here follows the "story" of h~w the crown has come to. rest (Continued on Page 5); -
|Title||The Sun, 1965-03-17|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton public Library|
txiis Amkttkw way
2.Sections — 14 Pages
NORTH OAINTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17,1965
10c per copy
Honors on HH Matmen,
I know a retired judge with a keen sense of humor,
from whom words, of wisdom just seem to roll. He is one
of those individuals with a talent of getting the most out
of everything he reads, and he knows .just when to pass it
One day I was bemoaning the fact that somehow or
other life just wouldn't fit into plans, and he gave me this
sentence: "A man seldom finds what he is looking for, tut
he never find's anything unless he is looking for something."
Too many of us just sit back and wish, and then say
that prayers are not answered. But the man who can pray
humbly.to be-given.the power to do a job, generally 'gets
things done. The impossible happens sometimes, my mother
used to say. And when the impossible happens, we usually
find it has been a mixture of prayer and hard work that
brought it about.
It is intent plus action that counts. We can't wish
other people into doing things for us. We have to be right
there on the job when events happen. We have to be ready
for the unexpected. We have to be able to make the most
of every opportunity. What we want may not come in tlie
form in the way we had planned, but unless we go after
something, we won't get anything. .
We. say we want to get ahead. If we prepare ourselves
to b© ready to: recognize and to seize, an opportunity when
it presents iteelf, w^e will be able to make use of all changes arfdlwe willget somewhere..
VV '. W_.say we.want.goM will around us. If we are fair to
•thosei -with; Vhom- We come in contact, just and friendly in
on>>wii. dealings, weiwill create.good will by our own ac-;
tibn_f We mky hot be able to make .§¥&:y