9 Temmuz 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Gazetesi Sayfa 1

9 Temmuz 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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Mail Addresses Business: 814 E. 15?nd St Phnni* KLenville 14383 News: 14600 Euclid Ave. Apt 30? Bill Randle Back Again For Picnic Every tick of the clock draws us closer to that top-drawer fun frolic, that gala day of the year, East Cleveland’s own community picnic on July 22nd. Every tick of the clock draws Prizes are ready, the perform ers are ready, the picnic commit tee is ready. Are you? Come prepared for fun with one of Cleveland’s first-ranking disc jockeys, Bill Randle. He will hold forth, loaded with tunes and trivia, at the Log Cabin, fresh from his stint at radio station WERE, where he chalks up no less than six and hours broadcasting per one-half dav. No stubs will be accepted at the platform on picnic night! All must be deposited prior to drawing time in specially designated receptacles ?n the Log Cabin. It’s really just an old-fashioned backyard picnic, this East Cleve land day at Euclid Beach, one that has mushroomed into something so big and friendly it includes all your next-door neighbors. So get your picnic tickets, pack your baskets, and we’ll be seeing you at the beach a week from Wednesday! Kiwanis Steak Fry Monday At Forest Hills Steaks and fancy shirts will be the order of the day when East Cleveland Kiwanis holds its steak fry, an annual event, in Forest Hills Park on Monday, July 13th. To lend plenty of color to an already colorful affair, prizes will be meted out for the best looking, the loudest and according to the Kiwanis bulletin, the “nuttiest” shirt in the gathering. Chef Don Fisher is expected to assume personal culinary respon sibility for the steaks. Luncheon arrangements are in the bands of Erv Wendt, Wayne Blough, Lou DiVito, Earl Heising, Bob Pow, Jack Rowlands, Harman Warnke, Charles Valore, Al Yaeg er, and Walter Dotterweich. Fairytale Theatre The well-known classic, “Tale of Two Cities” will be presented in two parts on Fairytale Theatre, Sunday’s July 12 th and 19th, over WGAR at 12:30 p. m. Melvin Hart, 13904 Strathmore ave., son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Hart, will portray the part of Jarvis Lorry. Operation Safety 1953 118 Deathless Days Hr prepared for fun on the baseball, that is, as Come 0 diamond played by the Little League and those faithful stalwarts, the Ki wanis and Exchange stars. Come prepared for fun at “Doc” Edwards’ auto show, at Roy Wise cup’s relays and races, at Fred Henderson’s concession stands, at George Nelson’s grand finale, the platform program. Clamor for picnic tickets, as dis pensed by merchants with pur chases of 35 cents or more, has far exceeded even the dreams of two of the old guards of the picnic, Dave Whale and Harry Martin, ticket co-chairman. Advance notice concerning ticket stubs at the picnic is hereby posted by General Chairman Ralph Kep ner and his crew of indefatigable East Cleveland business men who yearly devote months of their time, free and otherwise, to executing the affair: Be sure your number isn't here Volume No. XI—No. 28 1952 Polio Attack Fatal A polio patient at City Hospital for 11 months, John B. Muntz who was released only a week ago died late Saturday in his home, 1312 East 134th st. His death was at tributed to the effects of the polio attack. John, who was 16, was stricken in July 1952 with bulbar polio. For more than eight months he was confined to an iron lung. His improved condition resulted in his being released from the hospital a little over a week ago. The son of Mrs. Catherine Muntz, John was in Kirk Junior High School when he became a polio victim. He was a member of the Sunday School of the First Evangelical and Reformed Church and was a graduate of Chambers Elementary School. Surviving him besides his moth er are a sister, Mrs. Caroline E. Macey and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Laudenbach. Resurfacing On Euclid East Of Lakeview Is Set Agreement to share in the cost of resurfacing a portion of Euclid ave. in East Cleveland was voted Monday afternoon at a meeting of the Cuyahoga County Commission ers. Strip to be resurfaced extends from the westerly limits of the city at Lakeview rd. east to Beers ford rd. Of the estimated cost of $96,000 twenty-five per cent is to be assumed by the county and twen ty-five per cent by the City of East Cleveland. City officials expressed the hope today that the remaining fifty per cent would be contributed by the state, although to date the state has made no official or final com mittment in the matter. City Manager Charles A. Carran, who attended the commission meet ing Monday, said that it is hoped that construction will begin on the city’s main artery some time summer. this Leaps To Death At Police Station A 41-year old Cleveland man leaped to his death from a detec tive bureau window of the East Cleveland .Police Station, Monday morning, while police were pre paring to take identiscope pictures of him. Apprehended the night before for tampering with a car on Bald win ave., Alex Gurbis, 639 East 128th st., Cleveland, was seated on a stool in the second-floor detective bureau while Detective Fred Schwendeman was preparing the camera. Suddenly, according to police, he dashed into the hallway and then into the detective office. Despite Schwendemen’s efforts to stop him, Gurbis took a running six-foot jump and dove headfirst through the open window into the street below. He died two hours later at 12:20 p. m. in Huron Road Hospital. Ac cording to reports, the victim had been in ill health for some time. Irish Sports And Field Day At Braeburn The Sons and Daughters of Eire will hold their 15th Annual Sports and Field Day this Sunday, July 12th at Braeburn Park, 25000 Euclid ave. with all members and friends invited to attend. Co-chairman for this year’s big event are Joseph Boland and Mike Archibald who report that a full day’s program will keep both young and old thoroughly satis fied. There’ll be games, races and contests for children, men and women in the early afternoon with the highlight of the day to be the Tug of War plus a Gaelic Football Game. The program is due to start at 3:30 p. m. Another feature of the Field Day will be the appearance of Msgr. Francis P. Johns, S.T.D., retreat master of St. Joseph’s Retreat House, East 185th and Lake Shore blvd. Msgr. Johns will speak at 7:30 p. m. and has prom ised to add a few Irish songs for good measure. Climaxing the all day event will be Irish and American dancing to the tunes of Tom McLaughlin’s Band. Born to Mr. and Mrs. William A. Gallagher, 16007 Nelacrest rd., a boy, William John, on June 80th. East Cleveland’s new street markings for traffic on Euclid ave. has helped considerably in controlling vehicular movements on the busy thoroughfare. In the picture above, the inter section of Euclid and Coit is shown with directional arrows serving as guides in three separate lanes. The truck is standing in a left turn lane clearly marked making it easy for motorist to pick their lanes. The other autos are in line for continuing eastward. Comments on the new traffic markings have been very favorable especially from envious out of towners who marvel at the way a few dabs of paint make the big difference in traffic control. Of course, there’s always the smart driver who completely ig nores the clear markings and in variably causes confusion. How ever, East Cleveland Police have been on alert for these miscues and one stop is enough to convince the wanderers that itj?ay^to jBtajrJn the right lane. Bob Dale At V' Canteen Friday Nite Junior High Canteen members have a big red ring around July 10th on their calendars. According to latest word from the East Cleveland YWCA, which sponsors these events, Bob Dale, one of Cleveland’s favorite disc jockeys, will be on hand to make this a very extra-special occasion for teen-agers gathering at the Y house on Lee rd. that night. Hours are 7 to 11 p. m. Master of ceremonies will be Danny Gyure. Scheduling the com. mittees is Geraldine Beyvl. Janet Stillinger, canteen committee chair man, is concentrating on refresh ments, and Mary Margaret Hull on publicity and posters. Refreshments will be “special”, too, so the admission fee, of neces sity, has to be “upped” to 20 cents for the evening’s fun. Two dimes plus your YM or YW membership card is all you need. A regular Canteen session is planned for the following Friday, July 17th, but a week later on July 24th another “special” date is being arranged, which will be announced soon. Wounded In Korea In Korea on his second assign ment, young Weathers is with the 17th Infantry Regiment, Company C. Lawn Fete July 15 Maintaining that “one day in the country is worth a month in town” Hilltop Garden Club members are forsaking their natural habits for a day of picnicing with Mrs. George E. Maxim at her summer home, Deer Hill, near Chesterland. Wednesday, July 15th is the day. Baked ham is on the menu for the 1 o’clock luncheon, with guests bringing their own place settings and a small salad. Informal cos tumes are a “must”, since a treas ure hunt will follow. Mrs. Maxim will be assisted by Mrs. Norman O. Keimerdinger, Mrs. Charles W. Marsh, and Mrs. Elmer F. Wolfs. j’s w... V Blanket Too Hot For Hot Car Driver jr-» Corp. Robert C. Weathers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Weathers of 1240 Bender ave., was wounded in action in Korea on the Fourth of July. His parents were notified of their son’s accident Tuesday even ing in a telegram from the Secre tary of the Army. The wire stated that Corp. Weathers had sustained flesh wounds on the right side of the head by artillery fire, while attacking the opposing forces. It was really a “hot” Fourth, in the truest sense of the word, for one 16-year old youth involved in a two-car accident here on the recent holiday night. Answering a call to proceed to Euclid ave. and Forest Hills blvd., Patrolmen William Baker and Robert E. Hall of the East Cleve land Police force found two cars involved in a traffic accident, but only one driver. Onlookers informed police that the second had fled the scene. Closer scrutiny of the 1941 Buick sedan on the scene disclosed, how ever, that contrary to public opin ion, the driver had not disap peared. He was huddled under a thick wool blanket in the back seat of the car. Taken to headquarters, Edward Worrells finally admitted under questioning that he had been driv ing the Buick, reported stolen that afternoon on Payne ave. in Cleve land. Worrells, whose Cleveland ad dress is 11445 Carolina ave., will be charged in Juvenile Court. Ac cording to police reports, he crash ed the light at the intersection and hit another car driven by Elaine I. Friedman of Avon Lake. Gets Scholarship Alan M. Singerman, of 1267 East I25th st., East Cleveland, has been awarded a freshman compe titive scholarship by the University of Pennsylvania, it is announced by the University at Philadelphia. Singerman, a graduate of Shaw High School, East Cleveland, will enter the University’s Wharton School of Finance and Commerce. The scholarship award was based on the results of College Entrance Board examinations. ast Cleveland Leader Published In Conjunction with The SCOOP in Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid Thursday, July 9, 1953 East Cleveland, Ohio New Lanes Keep Traffic Moving City Gets Safety Award An impressive gold-lettered ma hogany placque, testifying that East Cleveland placed second in the entire state in the 1952 Ohio Safety Contest for cities between 25,000 and 50,000 population, now hangs on the wall of Police Chief H. S. Weaver’s office in City Hall. First award ever received by the city (there have been several pre vious citation for safety), it was presented informally to Mr. Weav er on June 30th by William J. Knight of Columbus, traffic safety adviser for the division of traffic and safety, Department of High ways. Mr. Knight is pictured above, at left, presenting the placque to

Mr. Weaver. This recognition is awarded by the Ohio Traffic Safety Council of the Ohio Highway Department. Fire Chief Issues A Warning!! A word of warning and advice to East Clevelanders who are in stalling air conditioning units in their homes during these torrid days is issued this week by Chief of the East Cleveland Fire Depart ment, Fred W. Lange. “Be certain that the wiring into the base plug is heavy enough to carry that extra load of current,” cautions Mr. Lange. “We recently have had several small fires caused by installation of wire that is much too flimsy. In some cases the only precaution taken is installation of a larger fuse. Neither of these methods is safe. Fire inevitably results, caused by wires within the walls burning.” Opens Office Dr. William Linnert and his wife Betty have returned from Detroit, Mich, where Dr. Linnert has been engaged in the practice of den tistry. He has opened his office at 2624 Noble rd. ■’"F 13,750 Circulation Guaranteed Shaw Class 46 Reunion July 18th Plans were announced today for a Reunion by the June, 1946 Class of Shaw High School with the event to take place at Lake Shore Country Club on Saturday, July 18th. All members of the class are invited to attend the gala event which will include dinner and dancing in the main ballroom. Reservations and information can be had by calling Donna Price Giles at GL. 1-3733 or Betty Morgan McNall at 1-7322. LI. Post 163 Blues Top Standings In CBF Leagues rep Post The East Cleveland Blues, resenting American Legion 163 in the Cleveland Class E League posted their fourth vic tory of the season to maintain the best record of five local teams par ticipating in CBF Leagues. Pacing the Blues to their fourth win this year was Bob Fish who banged out three four-baggers and batted in seven runs as his team mates chalked up a 11-2 verdict over the Musials. On the mound for the Post 163 baseballers was Jerry Green who held the losers. On Saturday, Fish hurled a one hitter, struck out 14 while Jack Hanson posted four hits in four attempts to spearhead a 14-1 tri umph over St. Wendelins. The East Cleveland Merchants Class entry split even in games last week-end, toppling the Rookies 4-3 as Carl Hurd tossed a four hitter and fanned 11. Going into the eighth inning, the Rookies held a 3-2 lead until John Abazio singled home the tying run for the Merchants and later scored clincher. the into End Sunday the Merchants ran stiff competition as the East Nash nine took an 8-3 victory starting off the first inning with five big runs. The Merchants have a record of three wins and two de feats in games played to date in Class C. Class competition found the Braves in fine form as they evened their season record at 2-2 by down ing the Eagles 5-4. The victory margin came in the last inning when Phil Race slapped a single to center sending home a tie breaking run after two men had been retired. Still seeking their first victories of the year are the Viking Temp lars and Musials, both playing in Class E. Shaw Playground Gets New Look Playground notes from Shaw field: New asphalt volley ball, bad minton, and aerial tennis courts will open at Shaw Field next week, just as soon as the neces sary poles can be installed, ac cording to City Recreation Di rector Roy Wisecup. Of special interest to boys and girls ten years old and under is the story hour, a daily afternoon feature at the field at 3:30, with Tom Meinhardt, playground supervisor, in charge. Word, is out, too, that tourna ments are in the offing for all zelball, aerial tennis and check ers enthusiasts, and that in quiries about them may be di rected to Mr. Meinhardt. The play-offs, which consume about three weeks’ time, will be organ ized on a round-robin basis and are tentatively slated to begin the last week in July. Pass State Exams Four East Clevelanders received notifications last week that they were among forty-two applicants from the Greater Cleveland area to successfully pass the Ohio State Dental Board examinations given in June for potential dentists and dental hygienists. Three local men whose names appear on the board’s list of dent ist^ are Robert M. Phelps, 2233 Mount Vernon blvd. Harvey C. Behner, 1781 Lockwood ave. and Walter Yankovich, 1759 Eddy rd. Miss Joann Greenwood, 13512 Graham rd., qualified in the dental hygiene examination. Rotary At Work Rotary Club of East Cleveland, normally meeting on Wednesdays in the Tudor Arms Hotel, is gath ering on Saturday, July 11th, Brecksville Girl Scout Camp continue improvements on one their pet service projects. at to of Recent birth at Huron Road Hospital: Born to Mr. and Mrs. William A. Haag, 1850 East 134th st, a girl, Barbara Jean, on June 28th. Garden Type Hearings were continued on two re-zoning appeals, one for a motel on Euclid ave., and the other for garden-type apartments on Nela crest rd., at a meeting of the Zon ing Board of Appeals on Monday morning in City Hall. Continued until the board’s meeting next Tuesday, July 14th, at 9 a. m. was the request for a zoning change of the Nelacrest apartment site, where it is plan ned to erect two two-story build ings housing 65 suites of four and five rooms each, all with living rooms overlooking the lake. Each suite will have outside ventilation. Plans for the project also include an extensive playground and park ing facilities. 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 Tues day, but it is wise not to wait too late to get your item in. W’ritten notices should be ad dressed to 14600 Euclid ave. Mother s Guild Plans August Garden Party Summer heat and vacations fail to halt the plans for a second an nual garden party by members of St. Joseph Mothers’ Guild. This affair will be held on Thurs day afternoon, August 20th, on the spacious lawns of the Marianist Faculty House at East 185th st. and the lake. Its purpose is an informal wel come to the guild extended to mothers of new students of the boys’ school. Rev. Father Louis J. Wiesner, S.M., principal of St. Joseph and Moderator of the mothers* guild, will be host on this occasion. Members of the Marianist Com munity, which staffs St. Joseph School, will also attend to get acquainted with the future guild members. Mrs. Henry Bollam and Mrs. Bernard L. Sternberg are co chairmen of the party. Hostesses from various parishes will assist. New chairmen of various stand ing committees of the guild are now beginning their duties. Chair men of the Ways and Means Committee are Mrs. 'William Jo seph Hildebrand and Mrs. Henry Bollam Mrs. George Baka and Mrs. Michael Fadden are co-chair men of the Hospitality Committee Mrs. William Ruic of Wickliffe will be co-chairman of publicity in the Lake County area, assisting Eugene Kelly, chairman of licity. Mrs. pub­ Second Union Service Sunday Sermon topic for the second service in the summer Union Wor ship schedule, planned annually by the Windermere Presbyterian, The East Cleveland Baptist Church, and the East Cleveland Congregational Church, will be “A Prisoner of God” and will be given by the minister of the Con gregational Church, the Rev. Earle C. Hochwald. This service takes place in the Winderemere Presbyterian Church, corner of Windermere st. and Eu clid ave., at 11 a. m. on Sunday, July 12th. Music will be furnished by the Presbyterian choir. Mr. Hochwald, who serves as guest preacher for the first three Sundays on the union schedule, has grouped his sermons and fol lows a similar pattern with the July 19th service, when he speaks in the same church on “The Com passion of God”. His topic last Sunday was “The Book of Jonah”. The services continue in the other two churches through tember 6th. Contest Extended Sep- Originally it was announced that the winner of the Leader Baseball Caption Contest would be announced this week. Due to unforseen circum stances, the announcement is be ing held over a week. A winner was selected but it was learned that the entry was submitted by a non-East Cleve lander. We might add that the caption was good and it read “Good eye umpl—now take it out and polish it!” Born to Mr. and Mrs. Haymond H. Kubach, 14715 Terrace rd., a boy, Jeffrey Raymond, on June 30th. CALL NEWS to MU. 1-1409 Zoning Board Continues Hearings On New Motel Apartments Additional details as to drain age and surfacing the parking lot and minor construction details will be compiled by the architect, George Burrows, and co-owners of the land, Herman Shore and Joseph Vymtalil and presented next Tues day. Zoning changes for the apart ment site are actually necessary only in the case of one portion of a strip of land facing Terrace rd. The buildings are to be erected on the west side of Nelacrest. Hearing on the zoning appeal to permit erection of the Euclid ave. motel was continued until some future date. If approved, this structure, oc cupying a site 100 feet on the north side of Euclid opposite Hast ings ave., would be the second motel in East Cleveland. The other is located at 15740 Euclid ave. H. Maxwell White is the architect for both buildings. Several property owners and business men, whose establish ments are adjacent to the pro posed motel, voiced objections on the ground threat it would be in jurious to their interests. The board explained the building was to be an apartment-type nature with the parking lot confined to the easterly section of the land. VFW Post 1500 Picnic Sunday VFW Post 1500, in keeping with its custom, invites all members and friends to its picnic to be held Sunday, July 12th at Mosher’s Grove on Miner rd. off Highland rd. Follow the 1500 signs. For those who have no car a shuttle servico can be arranged from the Post at 18403-Euclid to the picnic grounds. •The picnic will be an old fash ioned family basket type affair, however there will be hot dogs and ice cream, coffee and pop. The ball game and races will start promptly at 2 p. m. Installed Grand Treasurer Of Rainbow Girls Miss Carol Jane Sinclair, 858 Nela View rd., was installed Grand Treasurer of the State of Ohio at the 22nd Grand Assembly of Rain bow for Girls held in Cincinnati, June 25, 26 and 27. Carol Jane is Past Worthy Ad visor of Windermere Assembly No. 7 Order of the Rainbow Girls. Miss Joanne Vyse, 16_ 5 Nela View rd., Past Grand Worthy Ad visor of the State of Ohio, also Past Worthy Advisor of Winder mere Assembly, was the installing officer. The Mother Advisor, Mrs. Charles Vyse, 16305 Nela View rd., accon id about forty girls to the cc..._ .ion, assisted by Mrs. H. Staples, 4004 Delmore rd., and Mrs. R. Witter, 14626 Ardenall ave. Miss Jean Witter, 146°* Arde-‘ nail ave., lead the Wi ermere Drill Team to second place in the State competition. The Drill Mast er, Mr. Fred Baleam, 14207 Coit rd., was presented with a gift in apprecia n of his efforts with the team. This is the second eup Winder mere Assembly has won in Stats competition. n k E you will get tickets for Bring the family and as you register you will get tickets for free ice cream and pop for the children suckers. Joe Eckels and Post Commander Ralph Heidinger have arranged a' full day of entertainment. There will be a ball game, races and sports of all kinds. The Junior Band will be there to furnish music and there will be dancing later on. es well as balloons and Senior Vice Commander

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