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ivft'-" ' ^ ALL THE REAL NEW_ AND SPECIAL' FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED *?_ READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE v, <r."A* _**_vVi!-t 'S^^t'vj IK V* < - ' - ' % j rt" __l*3_3_ > . ™ - _L- IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN NORTHERN STARK COUNTY READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE VOL 2—NO. 39.,: —" ; ? * An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and \\ ith One Price To AH NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, 6)110, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1930. .$2.00 PER YEAR. . LIGHT YQTEr 42^, IS CAST IN THIS TOWN Harter For Judge Receives 240 and His Opponent, Robertson, 85—Aungst, 187; Gorsuch, | 143; Van Dorsten, 115; Kauff-' man, 113; McFarren, 87; ! »aily, 179"; Oberlin, 157; Clar-1 ence J. Brown, 258; Hummel, I 39; Finefrock, 187, His Two I Opponents, 129, 60 and 69. '• McSWEENEY, 64; OTHERS, 15 Election Returns Complete election returns fiom,the precincts in North Canton ancl the township hall wilf be fou.ic! on page four. Not much interest was displayed in the primary election in Noith Canton on Tuesday, although the friends of iMARKLEY COMMENDS ! LOCAL ROTARY CLUB HAROLD WARSTLER The North Canton man whose woik at shortstop on the Indianapolis team, American association, attracted attention for two years, is now a regular member of the Boston club, at short. Several weeks ago when he made his first appeararre in a Boston unifoim 25,000 fans turned out to s,ee him play. On Monday, against Detioit, Haiold In The Rotogram, Official Bulletin of the Canton Organization, the Former District Governor Thanks North Canton For Interest In Children. I. Told Without Varnish By BEN" ' ON (J MEETING WAS A SUCCESS Foimer Distiict Goveinoi Joseph M. Maikley, secielaiy of the Rotaiy club of Canton, and editor of The Rotogram, official bulletin of the club1, pays the following tiibute to the mem- beis of the Rotary club of North Canton in The Rotogiam of Aug. 11 North Canton Rotary "Our hats aie off to this fine gioup of fellows, who have one of the best clubs in Ohio. They aie alive and seveial candidates worked hard to get was ^our times at bat. He made one out the vote. |ll<n» 1 single, 1 two-baj John McSweeney, candidate for U. S. Senate on the Democratic ticket, received 64 votes heie and his four opponents divided 15 voice. ' Votes By Precincts , Precinct A, Republican, 91; Democrat, 18; total, 109. Precinct B, Republican, 103; Democrat, 1G; total 119. Piecinct C, Republican, 54; Democrat, 24, total 78. Precinct D, Republican, 72; Democrat, 17; total, 89. Precinct E, Republican, 27; Demo- ciat, 5; total 32. Total votes cast, 427. ,—o GIFT FROM ESCHBACHS . „ . bagger, 3 putouts, 5 assists and no errors. EVAN SCHILTZ Receive-. Medal For His Orchard Hills. Golf At A North Canton lad, Evan Schiltz, son of Mr. and Mis. E. B. Schiltz, won the medal as a champion golfer *of Stark county in the junior class. Evan is 15 years of age, but his work at Orchard Hill? on Monday was of the scintillating kind and attracted wide attention. Evan was entered with many of the i stais of the golf links, and his scoie, '("(i, made him an outstanding player. -1 o Carl and Wife Present Book To the North Can ton Library. This week the Noith Canton Library was pleasantly surprised lo re- ceive a gift hook from Mr. and £_'?.- Carl B. Eschbach, from Baguio, Mr. Province, Philippine Islands. | J he book it "Seven Thousand Em- [ ds'.'-'Wrltteii'by'Frank C J_rubnch-t » has been a riiissfonary to, the' Phflijr_-. Moock, widely'known Can, lippine's "since 1915. It is very in- ton business man, who died on Friday terestingly written, dealing with ac- moiningin that city and was buried tual experiences and vivid descriptions on Monday afternoon; had several MOOCK'S RELATIVES f Business Man of Canton Had Several ; ' L In This Territory. JOSEPH M. MARKLEY of places in the Philippines. It is written from the standpoint of the connection between we Americans and the Filipinos. The book will be placed on the shelves of the library for the public. The Nortn Canton Library association is certainly grateful-to Mivand Mrs. Eschbach for this-donation and the thought that proifiptelr- it. ROOM MAKER#CLUB Members Will Hold Outing At-Nelson' Ledges—Meeting, On Monday. — Members of the Ideal Room Makers' club have decided to hold their outing at Nelson Ledges and their next meeting on Monday, August 18, with Edith-Grubb. On Monday evening the meeting was held with Arline Fohl and beside the five members there were three visitors present who heard the leader, Mrs* E. E. .Markley, give instructions on how to re-cane chairs. A discussion was held regarding" the demonstration to be given before the Farm Bureau members on Friday night, August 15. , o Going East Mr. and Mrs. Ward Mathie ami her mother, Mrs. Bertha Rupright, will leave tomorrow (Thursday) by motor for Philadelphia where they will visit Mrs. Rupright's brother. Before le- turning they will visit New York and Atlantic City. . " lelatives in North Canton and its vi cinity. He was an uncle of C. P. Miesmer, Mrs. W. H. Miller of West Bachtel street; Mrs. R. E. Hartong. of South Main street, and Jack Miesmer of Greentown. He .was one of the charter members of the* Canton Rotary club and "was at one time president. He was active in community work until about a year ago when his health failed him.' He counted his friends in Stark county by .the thousands. F. 9- HOOYER, PRESIDENT aleit, and Rotarians everywheie aie- proud of the Noith Canton group. "Last Thuisday evening membeis of the North Canton club, logethei with their wives, went to the ciippled children's camp at Lake Cable wheie "they served a fine" dinner to the clul- dien and them6alv.es. • ■ -1 "The meeting was s.uch a complete success that it will ever be lemem- bered by the childien especially and all otheis who weie in attendance "In behalf of the Rotaiy club of Canton, we wish to extend our smceie appreciation of the friendly interest and co-operation of our neighbors to the north, and as we join hands together, in fellowship and service, one with the other, we can truthfully say, "Blest be the tie that binds." "Rotarian Roy ;M. Nicholson, a member of the Sunshine committee of Canton Rotary, who-visited the camp within the week, writes as follows: 'I did my duty and. found it a pleasure. Am proud to belong to the organization "doing this worth" while work.'" Being Unable To Pioilucv a Copy of Birth CertiiicateX mscs Annoyance To Reader >ii The Sun A READER of The Vm, who is go- . ing lo Europe ihii month, informs me that ]n had "some annoyance" convincing ilip State Department that he was bun in the United States because he h.ul no lmth certificate. "My giandpalent- weie boin in New Voik state," hr said, *'and in those days birth certificates were unknown. I doubt if my [j.upnts evei had then births .recorded I know that in New Yoik city main men and women in their sixties can't pioduce a paper showing that they weieboin in that town. Thej didn't legistei new-boin infants whin I enteied the woild in <i small villain in Pennsylvania." J t i- Oui cm respondents conect. Along about the middle of the nineteenth centuiy it-was, in the aveiage coun- tiy town, nobody's business, except the patents, when a child was born. Deaths weie sometimes lecoided and sometimes they weife not. A peison might live and die without even getting his name on the public books, "if he did not happen to possess taxable propei ty t t t NE leads that "certified copies of birth aie being asked foi in ln- cieasing numbei1; fiom yeai to yeai," and that "the birth certificate has become an important record to the citizen." All tiue, no doubt; it is veiy nice to have one's buth lecord, but what if the citizen happens to have originated in one of the gieat numbei Of respectable places in this country wheie no lecoid of births was kept at the time of hLs birth"' Theie aie seveial millions of Auneiicans m that situation. Possibly they must be le- garded officially as nevei hu-ung been bom at all—possibly ■»*• non-existent t t t J 0 RUSSIAN COSSACKS '•' ! WILL SING TONIGHT Redpath Chautauqua Oilers An Extraordinary Program With ! Sergi Sokoloff, Formerly of i Moscow, As Leader—Plaintive, Powerful Music. 1 BIG NUMBERS ARE COMING Sunday-school-.'Will'Honor W. H. (Boss) Hoover Will By Lead Boy Scouts Assisted Well Known Men. ' At a meeting of the Canton Area council of Boy Scouts oh Friday night Frank G. Hoaxer, of North Canton Was elected piesidont of the oiganization and A. L. Fabens of Wooster, F. P. Geiger of New Philadelphia and Dr. L. E. Leavenworth of Canton, vice presidents; L. A Baer, treasurer; W. P. English, scout commissioner, and Geoige M. Deaver, Scout executive. - The area take, in Stark, Wayne, Tuscarawas and Carroll counties. Headquarters will be in Canton. Boy Scouts belonging to the above counties will be permitted to use Camp Tuscazoar. o Montreal Star: The man who is always waiting for "something to turn up" might start on his own sleeves. BASEBALL GAMES Cashner Motors Will Play In Ken more On "Sunday Afternoon. The Cashner Motors will go to Ken- more on Sunday for a game with the Pastime Billiards, members of Akron City league. Play starts at 3:00 o'clock. " , Saturday, Aug; 28, Cashners play the Canton Travelers, colored champions of Canton, in Witwer park. The Travelers are said to be fast ball players. Game called at 3:00 o'clock. On Aug. 24 Cashners go, to Mogadore.: Game called at 3:00 orclock: On Sunday, Aug. 10, Cashners beat Barberton at Barberton, G to 5, in. 11 innings. Howenstine started and Ray Sharver finished on the mound. W. H. Hoover, affectionately known as "The Boss," will quietly celebrate his bilthday anniversary on Monday, Aug. 18. On Sunday, Aug. 17, The Community Christian. Sunday-school, of which he has been superintendent foi many years, will honor his birthday by attending 100 per cent, or so close to the mark that it will, be practically the same thing. Knowing that the greatest gift they can-.give'him is a large attendance report, the men, women and, children will show their loyalty and appreciation of his splendid woik by greeting him in person. To see the broad smile on-'this genial man's face when he meets his friends in the Sunday-school.or church is a picture that lingers long in the memory. ' - ' . The Sun takes this opportunity to extend to Stark, county's First Citizen "happj returns of the day." Boss Hoover's life is typical ;6f those rare men who have built the best in America's social, religious arid economic life. People everywheie love and respect him because of-that indefinable quality that ladiates from an unselfish man of great character. Among the builders j and administrators of great and successful industrial enterprises, lie is one WHAT aie they going to do about|0f Hie world's'leaders,-yet his greatest pleasure is the knowledge that he it now9 Well, ot least the fact that the citizen waisJievar legally l boin does not pievch'/mm fi ly dung. Even if he never is fiee to go. In the mattei of pass poits, bomething like a lecoid of bnth seems to be necessaiy, and it must be said that the State Department is lathei indulgent along this line, notwithstanding that our correspondent had "some annoyance',' at Washington. If a man can prove-his continuous existence from an early age, the Government is good enough to assume, at least in certain cases, that somehow he was born. Otherwise some millions of good; patriotic, native Americans would be men and women without a~ country. — o— . The Redpath chautauqua opened on Saturday afternoon in North Canton, and since that time this writer for The Sun has not heard one single growl on the program. On the, contrary, people are delighted with the plays, music nnd lectures, and the young boys ami girls are enjoying the junior chautauqua to the limit. This Wednesday at 2:30 and at 8:00 o'clock tonight the Russian Cossack Chorus will be heard.- It has been said oh good authority ..that; this singing" organization is one of the four strongest in the world. Sergei Sokololf. their director, was formerly u famed Moscow leader. "The Perfect Alibi" Tomorrow (Thursday) at 2:30 Te.ss ! Sheehan will offer a popular enter- I tainment. At 2:50, Judge George D. I Alden will lecture on "Altitudes nnd Visibility," and at S:00 o'clock the great mystery play, "The Perfect Alibi," will be presented by a capable cast. Program On Friduy ' On Friday at 3:00 the junior chautauqua will give a program; at 3:30 Vierra's Hawaiians will be heard and seen in "A Night In Hawaii," tho most ambitious. spectacle ever produced in chautauqua. Don't miss any of the above numbers is the advice of The Sun., PETTY THIEYES BUSY NABBING MILK MONEY can fieely mingle among his employes on even terms. Column _-v__.__t4z_1xAlu1_3c_oiiu_L.he.. writ fe.n-in~pii.ttio_„nf;..i_Jas;c;^_H.oQver.- Police Ask Householders Not To Place Cash In Bottles, But To Buy-'iHck-ts-oi" gee the Driver When ^He-;Ga_i£ih Mprm_gr. , fall oi falter on the way- He would scorn the \vinhing"of his own salvation unless he had brought others with him to the happiness he had sought for himstlf He is, indeed, of that noble company THREE BOYS ARE WARNED "Fervent, heroic and good Helpers and friends of mankind!" you take him. A wonderful man any way FIRliiEFJIAfGO TO COLUMBUS MEET Long" life to him! W. _. BROWN ADMIRES lj°« Sra"h ■"*M™'° «he D« OLD SAN DIEGO, CAL. JIVJ Telling of the Activities of North Canton American Legion Post No. 419 and of the Legion Auxiliary CONVENTION TO STATE CONVENTION ■ Here is a program for all those who attend, the convention: Friday night at 7:30 in Witwer park the North Canton community is invited to attend the finaL dress rehearsal of tlie Drum" Corps before their participation in the state convention. Everyone is.invited, and we hope_ a - good number will come -out to give them a send-off that they can remem- 'ber with the thought" that the home town is' behind theiri, Sunday morning at 6:45 wp meet at the "Square. The Hoover cpqipany has kindly volunteered to have a truck haul all grips and Drum Corps equipment to .__the station if they are brought to the Square no later than B:50. There will be a baggage car and iiwo coaches for our delegation which will be the larg- \ est, with the one exception of the Elyria. , '"■■ . The train ;will leave'at 7:15, arriv- , .ing"m Cincinnatt-tft 8:00, Theie .will be a, diner(.thfttf^H-fierve'.B^spffcial, American* Le^iSn^Hritfer;_<$-.$fch$fe - -'— :Jnd„wjMv^1^,M*.ei^ Legion Auxiliary Sends Three Delegates To Cincinnati. The delegates elected to represent the American Legion Auxiliary in the state convention in Cincinnati are Mrs. Kay Baker, Mrs. Albert Clouser, Mrs. Lester Swearengen. be our headquaiters for the convention. The preliminaries of the Drum Corps contest will be Monday morning beginning at 9:00 and the.finals will be Monday evening" with the parade Monday afternoon. Monday morning the colors of the Legion will ahso be decoiated for a twenty-five per cent increase in membership for the year 1930. Returning, our tiain will leave Cincinnati at 12:00 noon on Tuesday, ai- riving in North Canton at 8:00 p.m. The fare both ways is $8.86 and hotel accommodations for men can be secured at $1.50 a night. " Any one desiring-to 'join in this trip 'get in touch with Commander Cuny urk«_ . * *- i\- _ ijas^eijlon^-omcl? qnjvyedm ruinc-'CorM .TOtf " [S_&thta£_v__i S5e-_.ru],trljj!'^^^.dqulpfnui«/ i'ij has been spent, leaving no stone unturned to bring State honors to North Canton. We know that every man realizes this responsibility and will do his best and regardless of whether the Corps finished first or last, we • will know it was not because of a lack of their best efforts put forth. ■'_'•.' We wish to publicly thank Mr. Jones of the B. and O. railroad for his wonderful co-operation in: taking care of-our needs in transportation to and from the Convention. Special Meeting ' On Thursday night, September 18, a special meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary will be held in the Legion room to listen "to the National broadcast by the National Commander and othei Legion and Auxiliary officials fiom Faneuil hall in Boston, Massachusetts. Eveiy Ltgion Post in the country will have a meeting at this time and we believe this will be one of the biggest Legion movements eve? attempted. Put the date down for future reference. Owing to our plans -for a Legion meeting' on -,Septembeiv 2, "which" is Tuesday and .Drum Coips rehearsal night,, i,t'ha&'jDein (le^icledVte/holji^it -'•-■■ *\e 3i_,^SeptenjbeK be' all^e^ie'i^ffnli Says It Is One Reason He Stays Out On the Pacific Coast- Way To Enjoy Life In a Rational Manner Is To Live In the Ancient City of Flowers. HAS MANY ATTRACTIONS • Editors The Sun: -When I left my home town, old friends, and beloved family, and faced West, it was my intention to see California and return within a month. I have been away 13 months—my excuse, San Diego, California, or, more commonly termed "Southern California," of which the half has never to 'my knowledge, at least, been told. It is San Diego I;mean, the most fascinating of all places, not Los Angeles. And I believe a few of my experiences here will meet with interest. In passing, Los Angeles is all- right, of course, as a,great throbbing, bustling, lonesome town, but for a real city, of beauty and romance, San Diego heads the list. It is the actual heart of California,—4>oth father and mother, for here was California discovered. '.'>.'■■" In San Diego bay, nOw shadowed with numbers of aeroplanes and seaplanes which greet the" visitor from every corner of his gaze, anil skirted by its vast government'marine base, "and other government bases, Hying fields, coaliiiK stations and the like, into these waters; fust sailed Gabrillo in 1542. A City of Peace San Diego has a double claim to fame. It" was the first point of discovery on the Pacific of what is now the United States and the hist place of settlement, like Plj mouth on the Atlantic coa."-t "Peaceful, wateis" has designated the great Pacific thiough ages of his- toiy that ha-\e conseciated its blue waters for all time, and it is San Diego that lefiects this peace, moie than any cit> of the coast. With a matchless climate, balmy as a thistle zephyi, wUhVJhe gentle nod [Continuedj^Sjpage three] Look Arou: _, "It is a signj partment Interested In First Annual Ohio School To Be Held At University With Five Agencies In September. HOTEL ONESTO WILL OPEN DOORS. AUG. 21 It Is SituatedOn Cleveland Avenue NW, Canton, and Is Without Doubt One of the Finest and Most Modern In the Nation—200 Outside Rooms. DRILLS, DEMONSTRATIONS £<>en reading T] Fire Chief Joe Smith and members of the North Canton department received word this week that the first annual Ohio fire school will be held Sept. 15-19 at Ohio State university campus with five agencies co-operating. Purpose of the school will be to serve as a clearing house for the latest developments in fire fighting. Invitations are being mailed to cities throughout the state to send fire captains and firemen to the school. The use of long ladders in small towns will be emphasized, say those fire chiefs having the welfare of the community at heart. Fire Chiefs As'gociation Joe Smith is a member of the Ohio Fire Chief's association, and that body is co-operating in the, program, as aie the Ohio Inspection Bureau, the Ohio Municipal League, Ray It. Gill, state fire marshal/.and the science department, Ohio State university. Morning sessions of the school will be devoted to lectures and discussions of various phases of fire fighting with special drill evolutions and exhibits of the latest fire fighting apparatus in the afternoons. Drills and Demoslrnlions The morning meetings will be held in the new chemistry laboratory on the campus. The drill evolutions and demonstrations of apparatus will be held at the Ohio Stadium, at lea>t one of whose. 109-foot lowers will be used in a special file fighting drill. Details of the progiam are being worked out by Fire Maishall Gill, Howard J. Manning, representing the Ohio Inspection Bureau and the Fire Chiefs' Association, and Prof. Harvey Walkei foi the political science department and Ohio Municipal League. Fne chiefs, fire captains, firemen and otheis who attend the school will be gi\en certificates to that effect upon the conclusion of the sessions. Those m chaige- hope for an attendance of 300 Cr-i— V. of Calif. Scholarships About 190 scholarships, totaling" moie than $52,00Qfcyare awarded to' HAS EVERY CONVENIENCE The Sun acknowledges an invitation from Francis A. Onesto, president and managing director, to attend the opening of the Hotel Onesto in Canton on Thursday, Aug. 21. This is undoubtedly one of America's most modem t'.nd best equipped hotels. No effort has been spared" to meet the requirements of the most discriminating patronage without excess charges. It is situated on Cleveland ave NW., in the heart of Canton. AJReal Palace Of modern fireproof construction the Hotel Onesto embodies the latest and most advanced ideas in hotel design. The exterior is handled for tha must part in a restrained Georgian naimer, although there are occ-isional new touches of "art moderne." In | Once again the cry is heard tha. j petty thieves are robbing milk bot- ities.of. the money placed therein by ' househodders. A number of cases have been reported to the police of North Canton during the last few days and Officers Ray Huff and Russell Smith have been energetic in patrolling streets in search of the offenders, but they are not easy to catch, as people know, if they stop to think for a few seconds. Cannot Be In Three Places While Officer Huff is watching the Square he cannot be on one of the side streets or on North or South Main, and the thieves know this. Early invthe morning is the time when they get busy, and when the milk wagon arrives the money is gone. So the advice of the police department is to buy tickets or pay the driver. Robberies Last Year Last year several fellows from Akron or Canton made a flying visit to North Canton and collected a number of dimes, nickles and pennies but they dropped out of sight after two of them had been chased in the early morning. It is the opinion of the police that two or three boys in this town, or living near town, may know something" about the milk bottle stealings, and these lads may be asked to do a little explaining. Caught With Cash At a service station in North Canton three boys were caught with cash they had taken from the top of a show case. The proprietor had placed the money there when a customer entered and the boys grabbed it. They were ; taken to the police station and locked in a cell. They,promised to be honest in future. For three general, the: design contams characle^ | ft th mugt be , h . home istics of style which have dure.I for nlght not later than 6:00 o'clock, combined with little touc.s | -^ »ff.c;aIs m _ot want tQ dig. i grace the boys publicly, but if they 1 persist in doing things they ought centuries, calculated to please those of more ;i<i- i-anced taste. It has 200 outside rooms, each equipped, with beautiful tiled bath with choice of tub or shower. Other features are: Prompt valet service department. Oscillating fan in every room. Circulating ice water in every room from complete ice plant installation. Convenient garage. Complete ventilating equipment. Soft water, telephones, banquet room, dining room. High_specd elevators. The Sum extend - its greetings to Francis A.. Onesto. He has given Canton a building equal to the best! vjce. station, in Cleveland, and for that reason he j __ deserves to succeed. not to do they will be dealt with sternly. Don't Tempt. Them The citizens are asked by the police to remember that it is wrong to put temptation in the way of those who are weak. Money in milk bottles is a temptation to those who have not honesty as a prominent trait, and a like temptation is offered when money is left on the show case as was the circumstance in the petty theft in the sei- McCUE IN CHARGE Spoke To Canton Rotarians J. D. Cathon, credit manager of The Hoover company, addressed the Rotary club-of Canton on Friday. He received close attention. . Mr. Cathon outlined the credit policy of the Hoover Co. and sketched the place-of credit in tlie business world. He praised/the work of credita'ating agencies, .which make it possible for business houses to cany on operations riv^r- wide^areus with assurance; rf-_wO NijpilGanton Rotanansp®igh Of Country Store at Grocers' Picnic "At Meyers Lake. Howard McCue of Hower street, sales manager for Sweaney's Bakeiy, will have charge of the country stoie that is a feature of the Grocers picnic tonight held at Meyers Lake. ,; -;;.".;'.''—o —--... '. ..-.'yWl_it.'a Memory! " "What is'.i^ancis Scott Key's greatest distinction:?",; ,i-r»_' .,_-_„■-'■-±"ii - ...
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1930-08-13|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Description||Beginning June 28, 1995, published as The sun journal.|
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