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COLUMBUS, OHIO .Ohio Stale Museum 1-957, i Columbus 10, Ohio "Imf j» '- VOL. 311 NO. 37 NORTH:CANTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1956 7c PE<R COPY North Mareia, Marylou Are Delegates To Girls' State •'Mareia Sommerschield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Sommerschield of 910 Orchard will be the North Canton American Legion Auxiliary sponsored delegate to Buckeye Girls State to be held at Capital University in .Columbus, June 16 to 24. Marylou Nelius, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelius of '125 East 9th, will accompany Mareia, as the North Canton' Woman's Club representative to the training session on practical self- government. Both girls are juniors at North Canton High School and members of the' National Honor Society. Mareia also Is a member of Annual Jaycee Fair, June 13 -16 1956 - 51 North Canton PTA Officers Red China Talks About Us! _ Some of the people who urge Uncle Sam to Withdraw his' objections to the admission of Red China to the United Nations should check up on the latest news out of Peiping. Red China's big newspaper, "People's Daily'', has been talking day in and day out about America's "aggressive"' the Booster Club, the Girls policies. We are accused of intervention in the internal Glee Club and Sigma Tri Hi-Y. affairs of Asian nations. Our economic aid program is de- J" addition she serves as a Red scribed as being intended for the sole purpose of protecting' cross Voiunteer staff Aid at American military interests abroad. Our H-Bomb tests ih,AU"man "^P1 _"■ the Pacific are cited as proof of our being "a dangerous' pJf"yl°JJ ™8 iSS^w-i «"S«e°i enemy to peace in Asia and tbe World " The paper declares ga$'h°nJ£ol ™fi*£^. that we are certain to be "defeated" in our "policy of her of the home economics .club, .strength.'-' - Sigma Tri-Hi-Y and the color This type of propaganda, fed in large doses to, a popU-! guard of the marching band. lation which is not permitted to receive news from any I Sponsored by the American source other than the officially approved Government-sponsored press and radio, is hardly likely to make friends for America in China'. Our historic effort to win and retain Chinese friendship has been ground to dust by Red China. Plan For Tomorrow Legion Auxiliary, the eight-d a y Girls State program will set up miniature city, county, and state government organizations with general elections June 19. The girls will be divided into two political parties, the Federalists ■ and the1 Nationalists, to nominate two slate's for the'offices, ranging from governor to the* inauguration Jurie 20 Will include Ohio 'Putting up a new school.these days.is something like dog catcher. buyirtg aii'aUtotnbbile — the style's apt to change before the | speakers at paintvis dry. . j banquet June <-' -Trying to build schools that can keep up with today's' S^™^*; &WiS quick^ changes in educational thinking and planning is a real y weysahdt Capittl Untvereitv problem for school boards — perhaps even ours. . | president Dr. Harold L. Yoch- **■■;■' ."The challenge is serious enough that when Representa- urn, Boys' State Dean W. L. De- tive «J. Arthur Younger heard about a hew Jiigh school ih Weese, state Legion Command- San ttfateo, California, which seems,,to solve the problem, he _r Phil Lu^g and state Legion rushed back- to*Washington to'teil -Congress aboulritr.- *~ *'j j^Sif^^^^ ' *I?his new Hillsdale High School, he reported, seems not 'TheS program also Includes a only ideal for today's heeds but fleicible enough to meet any'tour June 21 of state'offices in- future change. Already honored by the American Institute eluding a visit to the legislative of Architects and top school authorities, it's known as the!chambers. "school designed to stay young". I "Mayor's Night-' at G ir 1 s' «,, , i» j ■ i • i.u . .„ , State June 18 will feature brief The school's designers,, working on the premise that taiks by three women mayors of walls/ are all obstruction to progress in secondary education, Qhlo —- Mayor Mary Estelle Used''movable walls to set up flexible interrior rooms in. the Armstrong of LaRue, Mayor Hillsdale school. (Catherine R. Dobbs o'f Barher- The feature that makes it possible for the interior *on_and Mayor Margaret 'Miller rooms to be expanded or rearranged to meet changing eon-.or DePh0S- ditions is an ingenious overhead toplighting system which' distributes glare-free daylight over the entire ihter'ibr of the school. School officials say that the prisniatic. torj- lightihg system also Will save $1,300 a year in artificial lighting costs. Ih addition to classroom accommodation for l.tSO" students, the Hillsdale school has an auditorium, theatre, swM- min_f facilities and cafeteria — and cost only $14.84 per square foot against the $16 national average for schools of its tj^pe Officers of the PTA installefi for the year 1956-57 are, from left to right, row 1: Mrs. Valerie Tucker, recording secretary; Mrs. Walter Maruna, representative to Stark County PTA Council; Mrs. Gordon Carle, 1st pj'ee president;_ and Miss Maxine Thompson, corresponding secretary. Row 2: Franklin T. Hoerneijiann, president; Frank Berrodin, treasurer; and E. R. Malone, 2nd Vice president. Scout Leaders And Wives Invited To Recognition Dinner Over 1,100 Scout Leaders and their wives have been invited to attend the annual "Unit Lead - er's Recognition Dinner" set for Camp Tuscazoar, Zoarville, at 7:00 p.m. E.D.S.T. on Saturday, June 30th. Loreh'E: Soueiis, Jr., of Canton, Council President, and Dr. L. A. Pappenhagen of Alliance, Scout Commissioner, have invited the Cubmasters, Scoutmas - ters, Explorer Advisors, Assistant Leaders, Deri Mothers, Commissioners, and their wives or husbands to come as guests of the McKinley Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, for this evening of fellowship, inspiration and recognition. Timken Promotes Six To Positions Ih New Sales Department The creation of a Sales Planning Department and the promo tion of two, local men to iposts dn 'the Hillsdale school, "designed to stay young" by Architect John Lyon Reid, may well prove to be ft shining example <— for emulation by school boards an over America. Conflict Of Interest ffchere is a lot of talk these days about "conflict of interest" -"- but it seems* to me that there are certain points that are ignored in the.discussions. ■the general use of the phrase is to denote those who have gone into government service but who are still tied tip with their previous interests. Whichever side slings the phrase around, they use it as a term of opprobrium. What I would like to know, however, is where you can find a man worth hiring, who has no ties in his past, whose views are not colored by his previous work, who hasn't some" outside interest? After all, a political post is a chancey thing — liny election may upset it. And there are few who are Well enough fixed to completely divorce themselves from their way of earning a living. Any man who is intelligent has convictions*. His opinions ahd actions Will naturally be colored by those convictions, whether he comes from industry or labor, from the farm or a' veterans group, or from any minority or majority segment of the population. He is bound td work for what he believes right. Where "conflict Of interest" is bad is when he puts the interest of his group BEFORE his job. Anyone hired for government should have as his primary interest the welf litre of this Country. And any interest in conflict with that basic requirement should go-by the boaird. I could have used the word "elected" just a's well as "hired" — for a: man elected to office must represent all the people in his district — regardless of his personal in- ^ j terest. Of course, the politicians and the lobbyists won't now supervisor "of Scheduie-Allo" fith me — but you and I know this must be so, or cations. He resides at RD 9, Churches Announce Closing Exercises fat Daily Vacation Bible School Goers The ctosihjr exercises and open house of the cooperative Daily Vacation Church Bible School will be held Friday evening, June 15, aV7:3Q in the Zion Evangelical and Reformed -Church. Parents and children^ will assemble first in the church sanctuary for a' brief worship service, led by Mr. Lawrence Holmer; Then the Mothers and Dads will accompany Johnny to his rodm where he will receive his promotion certificate. Then everyone will converge to Fellowship Hall where exhibits of all classes will 'be on display. At the end of ithe first week of pthe two-week school, a total of 465 youngsters were enrolled Past Presidents Sponsor X-ray Unit, June 2840 The Past Presidents will meet at the home of Mrs. W. C. Hushour of 427 Witwer, on Tuesday eVening, June 19, at 7:30. The organization will make cancer dressings. Miss Bessie Miller, president, will be In charge of the meeting. Mrs. Trott is secretary. Announcement has been made that the organization will sponsor the TB x-ray punit here in North Canton for a three - day Skywatchers Receive Service Awards, emotions; Plan For GOC Day "Fair9' Weather It Is, In Time For The North Canton Jaycee's Annual Event Pair weather is with us again. And with it comes fair time; time for the 6th Annual Fair sponsored by the North Canton Junior Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday through Saturday, June 13-16, on the North Canton High School grounds. A big 300-foot long tent will center the four-day festivities and house most of industrial exhibits. The food- concession tent being operated by the Co-Wed Class of the Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church to bring in money-for the church building fund, has grown this year to a 14 by 40 foot size; more than double last ye.ar's. Others will have individual stands and will share space with the big new fascinating rides. One is so huge it takes up a 60- foot circle. Prizes will be given away each night; an outdoor motorized grill on Wednesday; Thursday, a power mower; Friday, a Hi-Fi record player with a Stromberg session, June 28, 29, and 30. Carlson amplifier; and the big The unit will be stationed in night, Saturday night, a 21" Mo- front of the Community Build- j torola Color television set. ihg YMCA and will be open from | In addition, the Jayceettes 10 to 5 each of the days. The'will give away the "Littlest An- organization is seeking the as- gel" doll and doll clothes. Soro- sistance of persons in the area sis prizes to go to some lucky with ordinary typing ability to fairgoers include: a Brownie Mo- help service the unit. Hours vie Camera, Portable radio and would not need to be long. Any an electric fan. interested in volunteering are | Entertaining Thursday night asked to contact Miss Bessie will be the North Canton High Miller, HY 9-4217. iSchool Band. On Friday, the During the nine-year period ftom 1946 to 1955 the X-ray Mobile of the Stark County Tuberculosis and Health Associat i'o n hpad taken over 500,000 X-rays. Of these, approximately 16*321 were suspected tuberculosis; 4,- 922 cardiac conditions, and 9.W73 Humdingers, a barbershop quartette, will receive feature billing. And back again on Saturday, because of popjlar demand will be the genuine Skottish Kilty Band from Grove City, Pennsylvania. The hours each evening will eludes pneumonia, scoliosis, sili- also be a Saturday aftern o o n cosis, hiatus hernia, extended matinee. I The North Canton Ground Observer Corps held a meeting June 6 at the Community Building with John Burke, post supervisor, in charge, assisted by Bonnie Ziegier. Rep- ..„ . ,.., ,. ,,. - „ resenting the Canton Filter Center were Sergeants James'°^**Jc^f,£*^ and James Yerkey. Sgt. McCoy and' Karl Kidder, chief pob- " " °" """" mn c"n = ° >- ° ■>- - -♦•"" — - <•— server, presented the awards to, 100 hours: Mrs. Dorothy ,MfiCo.y ..and James;.Yerkey. Sgt.. McCoy and Karl JQddej;,. ehjef observer,'presented the awards to, 100 Hours: Mrs. Dorothy Dobson, J. R. Dwiggins, Mrs. Ruth Newbauer, Mrs. Reed; 36 hours, W. Daniel McNutt, Ernest and Lula Norris, and Cecil Stimpert. Among those eligible for this award but unable to attend were Guy Morrow and Orrville Knight. goiters, etc. -...The -penetrating eye; of the X- ray revealed 618 lung tumors, al- 'so. Promotions were' ftiade to Squadron Lieutenant Robert Francisco for the Monday squadron, Ben Tschantz and Dorothy Rebillot for Tuesday, George R'oss for Wednesday, Ruth Newbauer and Ray Nist for Thursday, Dorothy Williams .and Lawrence Moore for Saturday, and Ernest Norris for Sunday. Mr. Burke appointed Dorothy Rebillot as Chairman of Social Activities, Martha Meister in charge of Records, Cecil Stimpert in .charge of Publicity, and Marion F. Burt as Training Officer. Following his appointment, Mr. Burt eonducted a short training session and discussion of reporting aircraft properly on Form 6-3 and to the Canton Filter Center. New members introduced at the meeting included two Hus - band - and - wife teams, Mr. and Mrs. W. Daniel McNutt and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Norris; also Emma Scheu, Richard Saylor, Joseph Yellin, and Cecil Stimpert. Four new members received the Loyalty Oath and were sworn in by City Solicitor William Morris. Plans for the North Canton J. C. Fair and G. O. C. Day on - and. are being Instructed by 94 june 14 were proposed, and dis- -. adult leaders. This is one hund- !.cussed. The primary purpose of new red niore than were registered that last year. t 6 P£/ trtent Reverend Beck addressed the Mas been pan-1 prpimary( junior and junior high mounced to y assemblies the opening day of H. Knisley nue, formerly Paul J Reeves, Director of Sales, for ithe Timken Roller Bearing Company. Harold P. Dickerhoff of 3757 North Cleveland Ave- manager of In dustrial Orders, has been named schedule •* allocations manager. He has 'been with the Timken "firm slhce 1927. With the company almost ten years, Howard B. Knlsely, formerly-"assistant scheduler, is With- agree with there is no value ih a' republican form of government, out this it isn't a true democracy. But we can't just blame others. We have to face a conflict ot interests, tod. When we try to get something for ourselves or for our group alone, wheh we put pressure on fo\t OtJrl special interests, we are just as guilty. - tAs citizens, the good of our country should'be-our; first interest. Stand by;., convictions by all means — but-xloriit make those convictions si plea for special privilege. That is "conflict of interest" gets* , , , , i North Cariton. Other promotioni. 'tyere made to J.YL. 'BioWn- to Sttlen Planning. Department' mtfijer; Don M. Brown to -order - billing man- »ge>; Walter G. Fankheustfr to supervisor ot Order - Billing; T „._,„,,.. Thomas J. Wayne to customer a^ Mrs. S. L. Berkebile these activities is to increase community interest hr the Ground Observer Corps, and thereby add enough volunteers to operate ' 'Skywatch' 'on a'' round- school, June 4, and Reverend the-clock schedule. Approjtimate- Reed spoke to all three groups the second day. On Wednesday, June .6, Mary Evans was the speaker at the primary and junior assemblies and Mrs. John Adams addressed the junior high session. The Philomatheon Society handled the assembly of the Primary Department on Thursday, while the junior and junior high groups combined to hear Maxine Thompson. A progr-am of movies was shown to all three groups last Friday. Monday, of this week, Mrs. L. A. Holder spoke to 'the ^primary group; Mrs. Ronald Reed, juniors; and Mr. Charles Williams, junior high. Tuesday, Mrs. Brooks Powell, headed all three groups, meeting separately. The Wednesday speaker was Mrs. William Kolp " will ly 100 new members are still needed to achieve the goal. Mrs. Kay MacFadyeh and Mrs Geraldine Tschantz were hostesses for the coffee break, after which a new film was shown. The film, entitled "Let's Face It," depicted the almost uniiriag- JNewcomer's Club Plans July 1 Family Picnic in-able destruction to life, pro perty, and all civilization by nu clear fission. G. O. C. is one of our main lines of defense agalhst such destruction by an enemy l Again this year, hostesses from the high school, will greet the crowds who throng to each exhibit. From these girls a queen will be chosen and entertained at dinner at the Pines. In addition, Thursday is official GOC day at the Fair. Businesses and organizations year with ten persons has grown force because a'Constant alert is I now to a membership of 42 maintained to spot unidenti- *' fied aircraft which possibly may be carrying these nuclear weapons to a nearby target. After the film presentation Mr. Burke announced that the next meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 31. A family picnic will be Sun day, July 1, at Dogwood Park who have reserved space for ex- by the' Newcomers' Club of hibits are: Jeffry's Marine and North Canton'' IAuto Supply, Smith Hardware, The club which began last Montgomery Real Estate, Navy Recruiting, Airlite Window, Soft Water Service, Bill Drayer, Theirconstitution'was^draWri up North Canton Budck, Myers and approved in December Officers of the organization are: Mrs. A. F. Crisp, presi - dent; Mrs. William Hearn, vice president; Mrs. James McAnan- ey, treasurer; and Mrs. Bruce* Schott, secretary. Council Buys Walk In Truck For Auxiliary Police, Vote to Spray Parks relations; meti&'ger) and W. N, Baer to office supervisor of the --j j* -a n-i.u - i_- ,, heW BuicyrUfffiaiipplng Center, -=— r —* — „_.--«,—~i uKvui-viJiUPp-s-"^."^ ana deserves ml the opprobiuia it '.which is closely connected with by Reverend Reed and Reverend Iof Ste church will-not meet in Ithe new Sales Department,\ "Becte. J<aim. Zion Church Glasses Meet, Don't Meet Now called the Welcome Two Class, the young married 'Couples class of the Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church will hold their meetings the third Thursday of each month. The June 21 meeting will be in the form of a picnic pt the home of IVIr'. and Mrs. Ralph Marquardt, secretary; and Neva Shacksni'der, treasurer. .Sponsoring the class are Mr. an<$ IStrs. William Ashbaugh and Mr*. Ashbaugh is ithe class teach- The three groups Will combine er. again on Friday for a program j •jhe Churchmen's Brotherhood, address the Thursday groups. Council has authorized the: purchase of a new walk"-in truck to be used by theaux- iliary police. Also at the Monday night' meeting the members voted tt> spray the local ,parks and playgrounds to drive out mosquitos and other annoying insects. It was decided to put in 300 feet to 18-inch cast-iron pipe on the main truckllne sewer at' «•■ cost of five or six thousand dollars. This will help the: acute drainage problem' Which Was been accelerated by ah extremes ly rainy May. Four-way stop signs Will be put up at the corners of Church and Domer and Church a-nd Lindy Lane and council members authorized the purchase' of some new street name sighs; Two men, hired toy council; are already checking. down spouts to see df the roof watfer goes into pthe sanitary seweK Ah ordinance prohibits this, stating: that roof water must' go- into the storm sewer or into the" gutter. Arrangements haVe- heen made to have'all fire calte tliken at the Village Hall; whereas" -pre* viously night-time calls Were made to several .places throughout the Village. Therea're now policemen operating: thfc? police radio at Village-Hall* tWent^fou*. hours a day>anSithej? canhandlfe; all incoming; call's lhte- at night and in the', well* how* of' the: morning. In addition, plans Were? «_fi proved for 75 feet ol' sewefr- on: Pierce Avehue: north, ol Woodrow. The Mayor's report ^.vetitor; the month, of May totaled' $?0& 09,------i ■ New Legion Auxiliary Officers Newly - elected officers of the Chevrolet, Ground Observer (Continued on Page 5) Three Beys Fined On Larceny Charge Fined" fifty dollars and fifty cents apiece on a charge of petty larceny in the North Canton village Court Wednesday morning, June 13, were: Chuck Tho- man, 21, of 1205 21st NE, Canton; Ted Carrier, 21, of 1721 Broad NW, Canton; and Presley Campbell, 22, of East Drive, Congress Lake. Campbell was apprehended at North Canton American Legion ,1:30 Wednesday morning just Pdst 419 Auxiliary are; Mrs. C, Workman, president; Mrs. W. C. Hushour, first vice president; Miss Bessie Miller, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Jacob Shroyer, (treasurer; Mrs. Ray Trott, secretary; Mrs. Ford Foshlght, sergeant of arms. i The organization Will install jthe officers at the' Gold Star "Mothers' Tea scheduled for June 27 at Dogwood Park. leaving the North Canton Buick establishment where he and the other two had stolen a Buick motor. The two accomplices were taken about an hour later in Carrier's car after they had dumped the motor in a field west of the intersection o'f SUns e t Boulevard and West Glenwood. 'Jim Bardin was the arresting officer. Teenage Dance Club Officers Dance club officers at tite. Community Building YMCA Arthur Murray dance elfcase* lleldr in thK Spring are. from left to right; Gretehen lehman, social chairman; Roy Minko, ipresident; Dottie. Young, treasurer and Lorene Boerngen, cc-chairman.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1956-06-13|
|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|
.Ohio Stale Museum 1-957,
i Columbus 10, Ohio
VOL. 311 NO. 37
NORTH:CANTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1956