2 Temmuz 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Gazetesi Sayfa 1

2 Temmuz 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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Mail Addresses Business: 814 E. 152nd St. Phone lil.enville 1-4383 Mews: 14688 Euclid Ave. Apt. 30? Awards City For Traffic Enforcement Another honor has come to East Cleveland Police Department, the secon14 for 1952 achievements. The city has received Honorable Men tion in the annual competition for awards presented by the Interna tional Assbciation of Chiefs of Po lice for outstanding work in the traffic law enforcement field. The first honor was first place in cities of its class for traffic safety in 1952. The traffic enforcement awards are based on the evaluation of en forcement reports in the associa tion’s inventory of traffic safety activities. Among the top winners are such large cities as Los Angeles, Cal. Washington, D. C. Dallas, Tex., and Toronto, Canada. honorable mention Chief of Police H. S. Weaver and Lieut. Charles Vyse and Lieut. Pat O’Malley of the Traffic Divi sion, are following a strict en forcement program in all traffic violations booked. In this effort to maintain a high traffic safety record, the department has the backing of Municipal Judge Stan ton Addams. Special attention is being given to those violations which tend to be the cause of most accidents. The program is already showing results. There is a decrease in the number of ‘repeat** violators being booked, and a steady increase in the number of violators being brought in. Enforcement always follows. The city’s new 7-lane traffic map for Euclid ave. traffic is meeting with favorable response from motorists. The new system, calls for a “left turn” lane at crucial traffic intersections from Lakeview rd. to Ivanhoe rd. Added arrows on traffic light signals and large arrows painted on the streets approaching the intersection, direct the position for a safe left turn. In the meanwhile through traffic flows are now held up by the left-turning vehicle. The new traffic safety islands at Forest Hills blvd. and Noble rd. are also proving a wise proce dure. Motorists holding traffic tickets Issued by the Department, and failing to come voluntarily and settle with Clerk James Blair of the Municipal Court, are finding themselves being nudged to do so. Patrolman William DeForde is con ducting a one-man campaign against the delinquents. He has brought in about 30 of them with in the past two months. One fel low had collected nine traffic tickets for one violation or an other. He is, however, the big ex ception. Three is the usual “high”. New Type Ballot Ups Election Costs Adoption of the Massachusetts type ballot in Ohio is adding to the cost of elections in Cuyahoga County, according to Ray C. Mil ler, Clerk of the Board of Elec tions. The increased cost will up the 1954 budget to the highest in history, $1,700,965. This is $200, 675 above the last year’s peak ex penditure. The new type ballot calls for more voting places which means more help, Miller points out. The two elections coming up this year, the May Primary and the fall gen eral election, will need an ad ditional 1,429 workers for each election. There will be an estimated 2,100 voting places with 25,210 workers each time. The checks to be paid will amount to $543,900 for each one. Rents for the board’s offices and voting places not owned by the board will be $141,049 compared to this year’s rent bill of $98,808. Calling Pigtailers To Softball Play With plenty of baseball action now underway in town for the boys the Recreation Department of East Cleveland is calling for all girls to get in the swing. Next Tuesday, July 7th, regis trations will be taken for the Fisher Foods-News Pigtail softball league for girls between 12 and 14 years of age (you can’t be 15 prior to September 1, 1953). Roy Wisecup, Recreation Direc tor, announced today that Tom Minehart will handle the Pigtailers here. The East Cleveland Women’s GOP Club for many summers have held a picnic at the home of Mrs. Roy Rcr.ke on the Lake Shore. This year’s outing will be held Friday, July 10th. Members will please meet at the East Cleveland Woman’i« C1”b House at 10:30 for transportation. Volume No. XI—No. 27 Remember. No Fireworks “No fireworks.” This is the reminder repeated this week by Chief of Police H. S. Weaver. He urges parents to re frain from securing fireworks for their children and reminds them that the use of fireworks in Ohio is a state regulation. East Cleve land has an ordinance prohibiting the use of fireworks, as well. Naturally, regulations cover sales to individuals. The heavy toll to children in ac cidents and fatal casualties, brought about the regulation. “For safety’s sake, observe it,” pleads Chief Weaver. Local Man Is Given First Church Post Ordained a deacon in the Meth odist Church at the June, 1952 ses sion of the Northeast Ohio Confer ence at Lakeside last week, Charles L. McCoy will begin his ministry as pastor of Bolton- Lexington Church in Alliance, Ohio. Announcement of appointments were made Saturday evening. Mr. McCoy was graduated with the degree of Theology from The Iliff School of Theology, Denver, Colo., June 11th. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McCoy, 1007 East 131st st., went to Denver for the commencemeht exercises. Following his graduation from Shew High School in June, 1945, McCoy spent two years with the U. S. Air Force, serving overseas. Returning, home he enrolled at Western Reserve University where he received his A.B. Degree. Golden Wedding Day For The Fred Cramers Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cramer ob served their golden wedding day Tuesday, June 30th in a quiet man ner at their home, 14600 Euclid ave. Many close friends called, and cards that came from far and near, as did gifts occupied their attention. Mr. Kramer and the former Jennie S. Sherman were married June 30th, 1903 in the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Henry Sher man of Darwin st., then Fulton st., Collinwood. They resided in a new home at 874 East 150th st. and later moved to 21784 East Taylor rd., which Mr. Cramer also built. They have one son, Sterling, an official for the Yosemite Park board. Their other son, Frederick, was killed in Africa during World War I. The Cramers have long been ac tive in Collinwood Church of Christ. Mrs. Cramer was superin tendent of the Church School for years, and is a past president of Ohio State Missionary Society of the Churches of Christ. She also was secretary at the Collinwood YWCA. Mr. Cramer owned and operated the East Cleveland Lumber Co., until recently when he disposed of the business. He is a charter mem ber of East Cleveland Kiwanis and became its president when the club was but a few weeks old. Caption Contest Closes Monday Just a reminder to Little League baseball fans that the Caption Contest announced last week closes on Monday, July 6th. We got several hearty chuck les out of entries submitted al ready and wouldn’t mind laugh ing our worries away a little more. Send your entry to Baseball Contest, East Cleveland Leader, 814 East 152nd st., Cleveland 10, Ohio. Winner of the contest and picture if possible, will be in next week’s paper. Tornado Victim Is Improving Slowly “Condition satisfactory,” is the report for Frank Krestel, East Cleveland’s lone tornado victim, who is still a patient in St. Vincent Charity Hospital. Mr. Krestel sustained multiple injuries when a corner of the build ing in which he was employed, was demolished by the tornado which swept a path through West Side Cleveland the evening of June 8th. His homo is at 14324 Potomac ave. Distributing the last of the precious loads of picnic tickets are Dave Hale, ticket co-chairman Bob Barkley, driver of the Mercury just like the brand new one to be Plans Promise Record Picnic Program, Prizes TOP STORY in today’s East Cleveland Community Picnic news is TICKETS ARE HERE. Neigh borhood merchants all over town are all stocked up with the precious duckets and East Clevelanders are already launched on a grand ticket collection that mean ONE STRIP of tickets with every 35c purchase and that big grand prize ticket, one with every purchase of a dollar or more. It’s for the brand new Mercury, and what a gift. Second Movie For Children At Library Shows Five Films The second of the Library’s childrens’ movie programs will be shown on Thursday afternoon, July 9th, at 2:30 p. m. “English Chil dren” features an urban locale and the family of a railway engine driver, with actual English sound effects and typical English music. “Exploring A Harbor” is the story of a real boy’s adventure which gives an over-all view of a seaport and presents activities that may be found in any harbor. “The Fox And The Rooster” il lustrates, with fine animal photog raphy, the fable of Reynard, the sly but unsuccessful fox, who tried to make a meal of Chanty, the boastful roosten “Tommy The Lion” pictures a typical day in the life of a pet lion cub, during which it plays with children, visits school and makes a trip to his veterinarian. “Alice In Wonderland” is a short version of Lewis Carroll’s great classic, featuring Lou Bunin’s puppets. Y Boys Off To Centerville Mills East Cleveland Y boys 200 strong were off for Centerville Mills YMCA camp bright and early Tuesday morning. They will spend ten happy days in swim ming, games, crafts, fireside circles and meditatidn periods. There will be wholesome meals and sleep at regular hours. Bill Cumler, executive secre tary, and Jim North, physical di rector, and a willing band of helpers, went but to camp Mon day, to set up equipment, fill up the larder, and otherwise get everything in readiness. Camp Staff includes also Mrs. Ken Whiteman and Mrs. Donna Bayle, crafts instructors. Miss Marie Dever, the Y secretary will be the camp banker. Rev. William Towner of East Cleveland Baptist Church and Rev. John W. Grohne of Calvary Lutheran Church, Paul Brugmann, Bob By th way, John Cowles, Al Johnson, Tom King, James Milli can, Harry Steele, Kenneth White, Bill Bayles, the adult volunteer counsellors. Student counsellors include Mark Griffith, Tom Allen, John Wilbert, Tom Walworth, Bill Stockstill, Glenn Taylor, Tom Per kins, Jim Rogers, Dave Peters, Ralph Gange Bill Haney, Dave Glynn, Wayne DeVore, Darry Clay and Bill Batton. Finish First Round Ticket Delivery AWW LMTC 1 -non riir Vi given away come Picnic night Harry Martin, ticket co-chairman Nelson Kubitz, ticket committee man receiving this “load” is Bob Stratton, jr., Euclid ave., chairman. EVERY EAST CLEVELAND ER, old and young, is welcome to come to Euclid Peach Park on Wednesday, July 22nd for the 27th annual outing. General Chairman Ralp Kepner lets it be known that this is a community outing foi residents and relatives and former East Clevelanders. BILL RANDLE, popular disc jockey will be back again this year. Randle will broadcast his regular afternoon WERE program from the Log Cabin. PRIZES are piling up, reports Prize Chairman Don Fisher, and the list of gifts merchants are planning to give away will be the best yet. MERCHANDISE EXHIBITS in the Log Cabin are in charge of Fred Henderson who says there are still a few spaces left for firms desiring to have a display in the cabin for thousands of picnicers to view. PARK MANAGEMENT is. get ting ready for a big crowd. East Cleveland always turns out and ques are the rule as park conces sions offer thrills, chills, skills. BASEBALL always is an excit ing few hours as Kiwanians and Exchangeites vie for honors on the diamond. Neither team will give out any pre-game information. Lienups are a deep dark secret, but at game time excitement runs

high. The award of $25 goes to the winning club’s children’s fund. It’s an 8-lb. 15-oz. baby for Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Baumgarten (Baumgarten Shoe Store). Her name is Susan Lynn and she was born Monday, June 22nd at Poly clinic Hospital. The Baumgartens live at 14209 Darley ave. and have a daughter, Elaine, 11, and son Fred, 9. Mr. and Mrs. Burt E. Skeel, 1815 Chapman ave., announce the birth of a son, Daniel Lee, on June 16th. Mr. Skeel is a member of the East Cleveland Fire Department. Young folks follow craft hobbies in the back yard at the home of Mrs. Robert Beukman. Enjoying her volunteer instruction are Mike, Tim and Kevan Coleman Carolyn, Janie and Barbara Nausner, Bon nie and John Beukman, Billy Walker, Rocki Bode, Tommy Schei decker and Karen Poirot. ast Cleveland Leader Published In Conjunction with The SCOOP In Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid Thursday* July 2* 1953 East Cleveland* Ohio i#lii $ i "1 w EV' Ralph Kepner General Chairman Family Dinner Marks Golden Wedding Day For The McKearneys A family dinner was enjoyed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. McKearney 13903 Elm ave., in honor of their golden wedding an niversary, June 28th. Present were their son, Miles C., with Mrs. Mc Kearney and son, Miles, jr. Both are native Clevelanders, Mrs. McKearney being a descend ant of Card and Driver families who were among the first mem bers of the Methodist Church in the Western Reserve. Her husband served on the Board of Elections under Mayor Tom L. Johnson and served in the Spanish American War. He retired in 1939 and for the next nine years the couple, traveled most of the time. Are You Interested In Music of Birds? If you would like to sharpen your ears to the Orchestras of the woods and fields listen to the records in the East Cleveland Public Library. Here you may hear many of the wild bird songs of our land and there is one record entitled “Voices of the Night” which gives us the calls of frogs and toads found in our Eastern states. You are invited to listen to these any time. Follow Hobbies In Outdoor Studio hr* '■'I'*. 4- 4.4.”A Ml JO & Ac Children who live in the neigh borhood of 1358 Elwood ave. are having a grand time mornings. They are following their hobby of painting under the volunteer tutelage of Mrs. Robert Bukeman, herself a hobbyist along these lines. Mrs. Bukeman has taught art at Harkness and other camps and at 13,750 Circulation Guaranteed Note This Phone Number While Elsa C. Berg is on vaca tion, please call your news to Elizabeth McMillen, MU. 1-1409. Deadline for all news is Tuesday, but it is wise not to wait too late to get your item in. Written notices should be ad dressed to 14600 Euclid ave. Plan Second Motel, New Apartments Two zoning changes, one for a motel, and the other for apart ments, are scheduled to come be fore the Zoning Board of Appeals meeting in City Hall Tuesday, July 7th at 9:00 a. m. H. Maxwell White, architect, seeks the zoning to build a two story, masonry motel containing 48 rooms at 15661 Euclid ave. The site has a 100 feet frontage on Eucli^ ave. and is 250 deep. It is on the north side of the street, just opposite Hastings ave. Mr. White was the architect for the city’s only other motel, the Noble Motel at 15740 Euclid ave. The apartments will occupy a site on the west side of Nelacrest rd., and include a portion of ground owned by the Fransiscan Sisters whose building faces 15850 Terrace rd. It is this section that requires a re-zoning. Bible School At "Old First" to Open On Monday Daily Vacation Bible School at the First Presbyterian Church, 16200 Euclid ave., will get under way on Monday, July 6th. There will be classes Mondays through Fridays from 9:00 to 11:30 a m. for children aged from four to 12 years of age. Miss Elizabeth Larich, Director of Religious Education at the church will be in charge of the school and will be assisted by a staff of volunteers in the severa. departments. The session runs through July 17. Auto Mechanic Is Electrocuted A finding of death by electrocu tion was returned by County Cor oner Samuel Gerber in the death on Wednesday, June 24th of Harry A. Crowell, 50, an auto mechanic, employed by Stewart Buick Co., 12500 St. Clair ave. Mr. Stewart reports that Mr. Crowell was doing electrical work on a car when he blacked out, fall ing against the car. He had been employed at Buick for the past seven years. Mr. Crowell is survived by his wife, Mrs. Sarah Ryder Crowell, and a sister, Mrs. Bertha Camp bell of Hudson, N. H. The family home is at 14308 Strathmore ave. They have resided here since 1938. Services were held Saturday, June 27th. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F. Peterca. 16001 Neladale, a boy, Kevan Patrick, June 15th. y. w I i KUH i iM I Vacation Hible School. She claims to be but an amateur, but her skills are proving helpful as well as bringing happiness to the youth ful sketchers and painters. “My real vocation,” says the art teacher, “is homemaker for my family.” There are three children in the family circle. More than 700 children, Third Graders and up, swarmed Shaw Pool Monday morning for the opening of another Learn-to-Swim instruction course. Pool Director Wayne C. Blough expresses the belief that this year’s registration may well set a new record for East Cleveland, already a leader in water safety instruction in Greater Cleveland. The six week’s course is spon sored by the Water Safety Division of the Greater Cleveland Chapter American Red Cross, the East Cleveland Branch Red Cross through its Water Safety Chair- 27th Union Service Opens Next Sunday The 27th annual Union Services of the East Cleveland Congrega tional Church, the East Cleveland Baptist Church and the Winder mere Presbyterian Church will be gin its summer schedule Sunday, July 5th in Windermere Presby- Kev. Earle C. Hochwald terian Church, Euclid at Winder mere st. The first three services will be held at Windermere. The preacher will be Rev. Earl C. Hochwald of the Congregational church. Music will be by the host choir. The hour is 11:00 a. m. Beginning July 26th, the August 2nd and 9th services will be in the Congregational Church with Rev. W. E. Towner of the Baptist Church in the pulpit. The August 23rd, 30th and September 6th services will be in the Baptist Church. Legion Auxiliary Committee Heads Are Announced Mrs. Fred Frey, newly installed as the president of the Auxi liary East Cleveland Post No. 163 American Legion has selected her slate o charimen to head the various committees which make up the organization. Serving for the coming year will be: Americanism, Mrs. Elmer Schmitz. Audt, Mrs. George Owen, chair man, Mrs. Patrick Villilo, Mrs. J. F. Johnson. Budget, Mrs. Clyde Davidson, chairman, Mrs. Jane Willing, Mrs. H. F. Schultz. Child Welfare, James Ralston. Civil Defense, Mrs. J. N. Fuller ton. Construction, Mrs. Fred Jackson, chairman, Mrs. Karl Kitchen, Mrs. Arland Robinson. Community Service, Mrs. W. R. Thomas Hospitality, Mrs. Paul Gebhart Legislation and National Security, Mrs. Grover C. Snyder Music, Mrs. Rollin Smith Pan-Am ericanism, Mrs. Richard Horan Parliamentarian, Mrs. R. K. Jones. Poppy, Mrs. John Rutland, chair man, Mrs. Warren Brown co-chair man. Publicity, Mrs. Ted Matthews Rehabilitation, Mrs. Edward Carey, chairman, Mrs. William Stewart, co-chairman Secret Pal, Mrs. Rol lin Smith Sushine, Mrs. William Stewart. Ways and Means, Mrs. Einar J. Olsen, chairman, Mrs. James Rals ton, co-chairman Telephone, Mrs. Grover C. Snyder Membership, Mrs Margaret Sords. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arlie E. Campbell, 1893 Wymore ave., a girl, Sandra Marie, June 17th. CALL NEWS to MU. 1-1409 700 Children Enroll In Learn-to-Swim Class at Shaw Pool man, Alice Juringus, and the City Recreation Director, headed by Roy Wisecup as director. Two classes will be held each morning ,one at 8:30 and one at 9:30 o’clock, Monday through Sat urdays. One division will attend classes on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The other division will attend classes on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. No Classes on the Fourth Because of the Fourth of July falling on this coming Saturday, Pool Director Blough announces that children scheduled for a Saturday class will not report this week on that day. There is no extra fee for the swimming instruction. The regular 15s pool fee is all that is required, states Mr. Blough. Heading up the 1953 Learn-to Swim course is Miss Mary Ellen Brophy. Working with her is Miss Marlene Knopf. They have just re turned from the Red Cross Aquatie School at Lutherlyn, Pa., where they have been instructed in the newest methods in conducing a water safety program. Mr. Blough reports pool attend ance this year as “very good.”. “It is up and over last year’s record for the same time, probably due to warmer temperatures in June of this year.” In addition Miss Brophy and Miss Knopf serve as lifeguards at the pool, together with Dolores Owen, Arline Rice, Beverly Wood, George Haberstro, Robert Aiken and Lee Roy Miku. The checkers are Nancy Blough, Myrna Behnke, Rosemary Inzano, Robert Weis, Don Camlin and Al Forsberg. New Program Committee For Jr. High Canteen New officers for the summer East Cleveland Junior High Can teen were elected at a meeting of the Planning Committee, at the YWCA, Thursday, June 25th. Those who will be in charge of future program plannings are: Janet Stillinger, Betsy Baldau, Sandy Andrews, Geraldine Beyol and Carol Beck. They will be assisted by Carol Atchison, Juanita Bechtel, Irene Brooks, David Carr, Ellen Fischer, Elaine Hooper, Mary Margaret Hull, Joyce Fairweather, Dan Gyure, Susan Price, Joyce Sa brack, Sue Sturgess, Dennis Sur rell, Lynn Taylor, Barbara Wid litz, Janet Woolson, Linda Yanetta. Canteen will not meet on July 3rd, because of the holiday week end, but on July 10th, Bob Dale of Station WEWS, will be the fea ture for the evening. Open to all junior high boys and girls of the East Cleveland school district, the Canteen meets on Fri days, from 7:30 to 11 o’clock, at the “Y” house on Lee rd. As far as possible, during the summer, dancing and games will be held outdoors. A YW-YM membership fee is charged and an admission fee of 15c. Mother Can't Take Son For Permanent England Residence The request of Mrs. Ethel Ham ilton, 42, of 1744 Wymore ave., that she be permitted to rear her son, Kenneth, 7, in England, was denied by Common Pleas Judge Samuel H. Silbert. A British subject, Mrs. Hamilton was awarded custody of the boy when she obtained a divorce from Victor Hamilton, 50, of 1484 Char don rd., Euclid in 1947. Under the decree as then handed down by the court the father was granted the right to visit his son once a week. Judge Silbert held that the fath er, who contributes to the supp-rt of the son, would be denied ...s right if the boy were taken to Eng land. Operation Safety 1953 109 Deathless Days Be sure your number isn't Aero

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