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mfmtmfummmmmsss—__—. _j ., *~mmmmmm VOTING ON, THE VOLG^ ANP— -""- ".. t %? IN HOM^TOWt*,, '° /-a-. 1 i O,*, A Priceless Gift If you had it in your power to make one gift to-the millions of enslaved people'within the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics'. . . what would it be? , Food'? Good Housing? Clothing? A ■'63.-m.6del.-cai'? Oi* would, you give to those behind the Iron-and Bamboo Cm-tains, the. gift, beyond, 'price;...the fulfillment; of a dream -~-- the- right to. elect, FREELY, a government of their own choice? ■■■■-. ., Freedom is self-government. And, obviously, self-government is .in danger when the people do not use the precious privilege of the secret ballot. Use YOUR VOTE! carefully. Make sure, your vote counts for - continuation. >of sound government,: national: and local, based on individual; freedom, opportunity,. and responsibility —- on truly American principles. Don't let YOUR rights slip away. •Exercise your-American citizenship1! Remember the path to the Vioting* booths is- paved with the blood of bygone patriots, who thought enough of freedom to fight and die for it. Are you worthy of the trust v they put in y,ou^ hands;?. iRetaember if you do not use your hands and feet they, could become useless.to you when you needed, to use them . ... it, is. the same with your freedom to vote ... if you don't use it . . . you will lose it . . is that what you want? ,,.; What you do on Election Day will speak for itself, whether or not you are- ah honest to goodness Patriot, who cherishes <the[ right: tq. exercise his or her. right to vote .''.' . It is.no longer a matter- _>f just, putting marks on a ballot try £lect this^ond or that one to office '•'. . .It now boils down to do ybu believe-in.-the American Way of Life? Your actions will tell, your neighbors, and friends and the people in the polling places' \Vhat you are .•;'.' Do.you need to see and experience death and destruc-r tion before you appreciate your right to vote? I'm going to the polls. . . . are you? Jfo Ybu, Wmt 4 S#wn Day Weei One step"vai & time/1'Sunday1' is ^acorning more and more like any other day «. the week. What will the results be? Do-the-Reeplie-really want, thfe ta happen? I doubt if'anyone realty wants: a seven-day week. The day of rest,, tlje, day of- business: ee.ai._ion, the day of relaxation, the day when no one works unless an emergency requires.-it, -*-,. that's what. we. have always thought, of Sunday. ... A step at/a time this began a long time ago with Sunday baseball;/the Sunday movie, the Sunday golf game; the Sunday retireation. A certain amount of this was good, iri our opinion; There was a time when Sunday was entirely too solemn a day. But, now, we seem to be. going the other way. If the trend- continues, stores, compelled by necessity, will be operating seven days a week, and you won't be able- to distinguish Sunday from any other day. The time is here for you to make up your mind what do you want? Do you really want Sunday to be like every other day? -.-■'.- .-; ., The short work week has changed many things. The factory hand is'working five days. lie has an ejxtra day; and combining it with Sunday, he is able to take frequent holidays. away fr^om- home. Sunday has lost it§ exclnsive- ness as a day of resi. Does that mean that Sunday has, lost its meaning? ..-,.... The trend is; making- a social problem and posing social questions. People had better be thinkng about it for- they must soon make decisions. There are many sides to the question and all had better be considjererj. carefully before it is voted upon at the polls this coming election day-. We are sure that people don't want tework seven days a week.-We are sure that a majority prefers not to work •on Sunday; But the trend is bringing on a seven-day week and making Sunday work a necessity in retailing. We don't like to see this.: We believe the majority of people don't really want it either. It; is hard to believe that any retailer really wants it. We believe the people ought to think this one out.1 and take note, of the consequences before voting this coming election day. Operating Funds Needed Renewal of the- School Operating Levy is needed if North Canton schools > are, to- continue operating. - The.,citiaen$; ef North Canton will be asked to vote November 6 on a renewal of the school district's 10.8 mil! operating Jevy. fhs "wiH, NOT increase your tax bill one cent . ... it is just giving approval to ai continuance to the present taix bill. Taxpayers- have- been paying this amount, since renewing earlier levies in 1956. It ift WW time to• renew the- levy, so, the schools can continue to pay for pprating expenses such as: teacher salaries, lMiilaing maintenance, repairs! said upkeep, heat, light, water and suifh other items that go into the daily running of the North Canton schools-. Total operating income is currently composed of a 5.8 mill mandated- lewy* ». 1Q,& hlU. voted. 1&m, a,&& oull.Vftted levy, and.receipts for School .Foundation! The total opeyat* ing levy is 2Q.8 mills which provides 68.4 per-cent of the income. The 10.8 mill operating levy will expire this yea,i and it is the one which will be presented for renewal at the November election. next Tuesday. The renewal, when approved, will be for a seven-year period. Since, it repre? sents more than half- of the total operating tax levy, the. importance of this levy should be clear to everyone. It is a debt we owe our children, to give them the best possible schooling we can. So= <mjc schools. Qan continue ta ope^at* Vote YES-' m Tuesday for RENEWAL of the Tax Levy. • ' . Vol; 37 —No. 6 2 Sections — 16 Pages NORTH ' CANTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1962 10c Per.Copy, X.-J, .,*__,. MMdtion Is 'Real BW' The single local issue. North Canton voters will be deciding Tuesday, Nov. 6, will be renewal of a 10.8 mill operating levy for the North Canton School District. Tho levy, renewed last in 1993, provides '$440,932.-10, or more 'than one-third of tho .schools' operating money. . Included in operating expenses are teachers' salaries, building; maintenance, heat, light, water, and other sbeh items that keep the. schools in the business of educating pur young, people. The issue, as it appears on the- ballot, .asks renewal'of ithe levy for spven.years. It previously was approved for a five-year period. Voters Set Standards Throughout the years; North Canton- voters have made wise investments of- their tax money by approving funds for educating their youth. ■For each dollar invested, they are- receiving 78 dollars back in dollars and cents and, far more important, red-'blooded and well- grounded, intelligent and. informed American citizens, who will insure the freedom of this nation- and help win peace for the world. If' No^th Canton voters, are- willing to lower the quality of education offered by their schools; they should firiat of all ask themselves,- how. where, for whom and '"what will be ithe consequences." The Board of Education will want to 'know the answers to these 'questions if the. .school operating- fund loses one third of its income. . LatV provides a very minimum fund-for school, ogeratipn through a- 5.S mill mandated' l?,vy. At the present tax1 valuation,, (this amounts. to: 9236,820.25-' Another S3S5i7-72.97 .comes from the.'Sta'te School Foundation. . Elv.cn .with these an-fl the- lp'B mail levy,:- North Canton found ■its ed«*oa*ional' s«S. em ia.lling short oi. public, desires*, sq tho citizens .voted an additi'or-alv3>8 mill levy to provide, necessary upgrading qf-,.education; :This levy will be tip.-for renewal in 3 years. •After years of shelling oWt- *o meet the demands* of :.a rapid- (Continued on page .) BQtaridns Host Hoover Seniors Paul iRarrett of Wooster will! ,be speaker for the Rotary Senior Night banquet this Thursday. His talk will follow a 6; 30 dinger at Nimishillen Grange. .Rotarians will provide trans-: portation and the meal for their 'student guests. William stull'Jr;, chairman of the event, is 'being assisted by Richard Armstrong, :GXty Morrow and Donald Davis. Mayor Appoints 20 Citizens To Advise On City/improvements ., ,. A Citizens Advisory Committee has been appointed by Mayor George W. Swindell to help formulate a workable program for community improvement. ■Mayor Swindell named the 20- member committee Wednesday. Members are as follows: William W. Baines, research .technician; IPaul .G. CBasner, vice president of Citizens Savings; Ron Chorian, insuranceman; Donald. A. Davis, executive director of the North Canton Community Building YMCA.. ■ Robert J. Davis, supervisor for Ford Motor Co.; John W\ DeMarsh, Ford automobile dealer; Ray W. Gillman, public relations manager for The -Hoover Co.; George S. Gross, securities. Robert 'P. Harper, certified public accountant; Ei 'R. Malone, superintendent of North Canton schools; the ARev. 'Francis W. Park HI, pastor q. Northminster United Presbyterian Church; El ton W. Ports, district plant superintendent for Ohio Bell Telephone. Vernon. Spll, president of the Stark County Sun, Ihe.; J. L. Shafer, insurance service; (Allen- H: Stipes, Stipes Footwear, Mrs. Marie Surbey, realtor. David Ii Van Dyke, teller for |Harte'r 'Bank & Trust 'Co.; IPaul A. Wayne, purchasing assistant at Ohio Power; Mrs. Russell M. Willaman, women's civic leader^ and Gus W. Zielasko, ; attorney. Advisory .Committee's J** The primary functions of the 'Committee are (1) to learn about ithe nature and extent of de- (Continued on Page Four) BE PKJBJf AKJWD; First Aid training saves, lives and limbs around the clock in times of emergency. Getting1 North- Canton prepared to give aid is the job of the Civil Defense organization, of which John Burke (right) is assistant director. Phil Stahler, who is using John to demonstrate- bandaging., will be one of several instructors for an intensive 10-hour, first aid course to be offered on two consecutive Saturdays. REGISTER NOW A Life May Depend On Applied First Aid Saturday, Nov. 3, is the deadline for registration for a First Aid course to be offered North Canton Precinct 4-D residents, Nov. 10 and 17. Ballot to Fill State, Campaign promises are flying thick and fast/ ballots are printed and sorted, election workers are ti'aioiro—aHfc' ready for the "bi? day," Tuesday, Nov. 6, JEfLBCTION DAY, 1962. / A total of 5,684 citizens are registered to' vbte at North Canton, polls. Non-presidential election years usually, finds about 75 percent of- the registered vot- er,s casting ballots. This could mean that 1,000 North Canton citizens would lose their'"'r'.'ght to criticize" -sbyt failing to' exercise • their vote. . - A total, of 2,984 of tbe 4,331 voters registered for- the '1961 Fall Election went to the- polls. This represented approximately 69 percent, which was a large drop from the 94 percent casting ballots during the I960 Presidential Election, but indicated an upsurge from the 56 1-2 percent turnout in the 1959 voting. This, year, voters, are selecting state, district and county officials, as well. as. voting on one local and one state issue. State candidates are as follows: governor, Michael V. DiSaile (D) and,. James A. Rhodes ,R); lieutenant governor, John W. Brown OR) and John J. Gallagher (D); attorney general, William iB. Saxbe (R) and Robert E. Sweeney CD); auditor of state, John W. Donahey KD) and Rcger W. Tracy (R); secretory of state, Charles L. Bab- cook (D) and Ted W. Brown (•Ri); treasurer of state, Thorn- Tuesday, Nov. 6 as E. Ferguson (D) and John D. Herbert (Ti). Candidates for federal posts include: United States senator* John Marshall Briley (R) and 'Frank J. Lausche CD); representative to Congress (ai-large), Richard D. Kennedy (D) and Robert Taft Jr. (R); respreseat- tive to Congress (lGth Congressional District), Frank T. Bow (R) and Ed Witmer (D). Three state representatives will be elected from among the following: John Lehmann (R), Robert E, Levitt (R), Bernice (Continued on Page Four) Announcing the training session sponsored by the North Canton Civil Defense organization, was John L. Burke, assistant CD director. The 10-hour course will be offered in two 5-hour sessions at 'Orchard- Hill School. Successful completion of the course will qualify participants for giving; basic first aid. ; North Can'ton residents who are qualified instructors from the Canton chapter, American- 'Red Cross, will teach the noon to 5 p.m. .sessions. " The pilot project is designed for those residing in (Precinct 4-D, bounded by S. Main, Jonathan, Orchard IHiU and Maplecrest, although any city resident over 16 years of age may register. The training js recommended for all who have not had first aid training in the last three years. The latest methods approved by Civil Defense and the Red Cross will be taught. In .a letter to residents of the precinct, Mr. Burke said, "North Canton Civil Defense feels that first-aid trainirg is a necessary requirement for at least one member of;each family for max;- imum protection, in the event of a disaster or .serious emergency. It is also important to you in taking care of everyday accideiits in your home. ""To make this necessary training convenient for you, .North Canton Civil Defense is planning; for. first-aid training in a first aid center in! your neighborhood.; This is a pilot, project and, if, successfu, will be extended to; other neighborhoods in North Canton." Mt. Burke asks that those who. register be certain that they can attend both .sessions. IA small fee of 75 cents for a First Aid manual and 25 cents for a demonstration bandage will cover the cost of the course. Rummage ai Park An- all-day RUmmage Sale to be held Saturday, Nov. '10, will benefit the Greentown Community park. Sponsored by the Park Board, the sale will be held at the park shelter. Bosses Are Named For 'Y' Membership Drive A goal of 500 members has been set for the 1962 faH membership drive of the North Canton Young Men's Chris- tion Assn., announces Donald Davis, executive secretary. • The drive- for new members and member renewals will get underway with a "Kickoff" at the Downtown- "Y" in Canton, Nov, 7. The drive runs through Nov. 20, When a Victory Report is to be given at 7:30 p.m. Carrying out a western theme, the drive will be directed by Carl Johnson of 530 EI. Maple St., range boss. His assistant will be 'Bill Willis of 606 W. •Maple St. Independents include: Ray Fidoe, business; Mrs. William Willis, schools; and E'd Lowry, sustaining. Each boss is recruiting his own workers. These workers will attend training sessions Nov. 1. and 5 and also will be present at the kickoff, for Which Bill Glass of the Cleveland Browns, will be guest speaker. Choice of Memberships Those' contacted during the drive will be able to chose from. several types of membership in, the Community Building YMCA program: full privilege membership, for either an individual or a family; four front club groups (Indian- guides, Junior Hi-Y, Junior Tri-H-Y, H-Y and Tri- Hi-Y); adult social memberships; senior citizens; sponsoring membership (to make program available to those who cannot afford it); and sustaining membership (to help maintain the building and its facilities for use by the entire community). The latter two are tax deductible because they support the agency with return services. (Continued on Page Four) Ground Is Broken For Greentown Branch Library 10,000 VOLUME HOME TO OPEN EARLY IN '63 • Six, years ago a-group of Greentown citizens> approached the North Canton Library Board about renting space in Greentown for a branch library. No suitable space was found, but the desire for library facilities'' in 'Greentown spreads Through the leadership of a few devoted citizens and the enthusiastic response of the townspeople; a branch library will open in Greentpvvn early next .yea?. With financial aid and direction of" the North '"Canton Library Board, (tvound was- broken Monday for a npw o^P-floor cqlo;. nial style structure which' will :house boolcs and' periodicals for 't&e-.. entire. Greentpwi. cojnniu- initjy. The branch library will be governed,, by the North Canton library. Board, anil- ainums'tered t>y>the staff qf the North Canton, 'Public -!Libr-any.*;MBs. Elteabethi Bjft-cjker, head; librarian, expects .'th's, b»anch' faciltty-.ta "be .qpflj. from 20 to 24 hours a week, including some evening hours. Omtiin F}*m<S0ts <3. ntijact ■ Bids for the building; were let by the board Wednesday, Oct. IQ. Warwick and Pachan of Canton, with a;lo\v bifl of $19,246, is ithe general eontr^tqr. "' Other sub-cpntf actara' include,:! Jibe: ■- iPetersi Aot Nbrtji> Canton plumbings $a.'.430; Triangle^ -Me .- trie of 'Caftton,: -$i;200f and R. B. Fox of Canton, 'heating $1,012. The 27 x 41 foot light. red MwK stEuqtus§- wUJ iaiytide * main room, woitooom, furnace rr-rr-r room, .storage room and two washrooms. Preliminary building plans prepared by Richards and Robert Elaver have been revised and certified by the architect firm of Firestone andi Motter. . The. post of construction includes wall shelving, which with floor shelving, Will provide space for ltf.QOOi volumes. . 1 The _>30,00& structure will face, north on a 165 x 183 foot tract, Which lies 'to the 'southeast of the elementary school property, a<t the corner of. Milan Ave., and Myers St. CltijtflasUuy lap. : Thg land, was, purchased ear- ■Heii tliis year wth. $2,4flO-raised through a. civic drive. Green- ■ tawn :btfganfeaiionsT and citizens, also have pledged help toward purchasing furnishings, while portions"o* $P,fl00 pledge* frpm the North Canton library budget for; the IGreentown branch already are being spent on- books. Participating in. Monday morn- i^g;s g.poundbreaHjng c^eEemony were T. MV $iahp, Resident di th a T_prth Cantpn- lihrary Board; W\ J. Hiagenlocher, touild- ii^ committee chairman;. :MrS. Elizabeth 'Bricker, JieatJ librarian; M?3- Sara liee Donze, child- ,«ea ljbjjasian:; W-. St L«e4 and " (Continued on Page Four) ON 'GKOUND' FLOOR. Breaking ground for the Greentown Branch Li'brary Monday morning was T. M. Hahn, president of th,e.North Canton Library Board. With him on the "ground" flpor of the library site were (left to right)1 TVEpa. ^ra l&e Donze, North Canton children's-librarian; Mf.. 'Jack Boston, secretacy! of, the^Gr,eeatow» -Civic Assn. j Wilhani J. Hagenlocher, chairman of the building committee; Lowell Stoner, president of the 'Greentown Civic Assn.; Mrs. Robert Rainey, president of the Greentown PTA; Ka.rij Sanford, Greentown Civic trustee; Dr. L. H. Hupp; W„ H. Leed of the library board; Charles Firestpne, architeati and Mrs. Elizabeth Bricker, Nortfe Cantos librarian.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1962-10-31|
|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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VOTING ON, THE VOLG^ ANP— -""-
IN HOM^TOWt*,, '° /-a-.
1 i O,*,
A Priceless Gift
If you had it in your power to make one gift to-the
millions of enslaved people'within the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics'. . . what would it be? ,
Food'? Good Housing? Clothing? A ■'63.-m.6del.-cai'?
Oi* would, you give to those behind the Iron-and Bamboo Cm-tains, the. gift, beyond, 'price;...the fulfillment; of a
dream -~-- the- right to. elect, FREELY, a government of
their own choice? ■■■■-. .,
Freedom is self-government. And, obviously, self-government is .in danger when the people do not use the precious privilege of the secret ballot.
Use YOUR VOTE! carefully. Make sure, your vote
counts for - continuation. >of sound government,: national: and
local, based on individual; freedom, opportunity,. and responsibility —- on truly American principles. Don't let YOUR
rights slip away.
•Exercise your-American citizenship1!
Remember the path to the Vioting* booths is- paved with
the blood of bygone patriots, who thought enough of freedom to fight and die for it. Are you worthy of the trust
v they put in y,ou^ hands;?. iRetaember if you do not use your
hands and feet they, could become useless.to you when you
needed, to use them . ... it, is. the same with your freedom
to vote ... if you don't use it . . . you will lose it . . is
that what you want? ,,.;
What you do on Election Day will speak for itself,
whether or not you are- ah honest to goodness Patriot, who