16 Temmuz 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Dergisi Sayfa 1

16 Temmuz 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Dergisi Sayfa 1
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I 6 -AST CLEVELAND LIDRAW' 14101 tUCUD AVEnUfc EABT a Mail Addresses Rnslnntn HI4 E. 15?nd St Phuim lil.fiuville 1-4383 News: 14600 Euclid Ave. Apt. 30? Police Nab Four Truckers For Overweight Drivers for four out-of-town trucking companies were cited last week for overloading their ve hicles in a two-day drive by East Cleveland Police. Patrolmen Allan Pearse and John McDonald were assigned to the spot-checking. Found to be overweight 2,070 pounds on July 9th at Euclid ave. and Coit rd. was a truck owned by Lee Bros, of Chicago and driven by Cyril J. Holcomb of Chicago. It carried chocolate candy. The driver was released on $100 cash bond. Three instances of overloading were found in the spot-check on July 10th. Wallace B. Brown of St. Louis, driver of a vehicle owned by Truck Haven, Inc., of Boston, containing frozen fish, was stopped at Superior and Euclid aves. Police discovered it to be 1,140 lbs. overweight. Brown was released after posting $60 bond. A steel truck belonging to the Detroit-Pittsburgh Motor Freight Co. was 1,750 lbs. overweight. The driver, apprehended at Euclid and Hslyoke aves., was Paul Frederick Brossia of Monroe, Miab., who was released on a $70 cash Bond. Also overweight by 4,860 lbs., •was an Atlantic Freight Lines ve hicle, carrying wrought steel pipe and driven by a Pittsburgh man, John Bursick. He posted a $150 bc^d and was released. Cases are set for July 18th in Municipal Court of East Cleveland. New Director Of Welfare Beginning this week, Miss Mary E. Loomis, new Director of Wel fare for the City of East Cleveland, is working in conjunction with her predecessor, Miss Genevieve Quinn, to acquaint herself with the new duties she is to officially assume July 25th, the date Miss Quinn, who has resigned, leaves her post. Former night supervisor of nurses at MacDonald House of University Hospital, and a gradu- Volume No. XI—No. 28 s Carran To Appoint Special Board For Rental Problems Formation of a ‘‘citizens com mittee” to consider possible land lord-tenant rental problems in the near future and the resurfacing of the eastern portion of Euclid ave. were matters under consideration at a meeting of the City Commis sion Tuesday evening. City Manager Charles A. Carran was authorized to appoint a five to-seven man committee, which will begin operating after July 31st, date on which rent controls ex pire. Purpose of the board will be to conduct hearings, in which both parties participate, where any po tential exhorbitant increases in rent might be considered and leniency urged upon landlords who may be guilty of any such un warranted increases. The committee will be organi zed as a neutral body, without ac tual legal authority, and will act merely in an advisory capacity for differences arising between renter -and owner. Personnel of the committee wiUr be announced next week. Complaints from tenants, ac cording to City Manager Carran, in order to be considered must be filed in writing and left at the Police Department in City Hall. Similar boards have been organ ized and will begin operating in other near-by suburbs and in the city of Cleveland, according to Mr. Carran. Legal groundwork for the long awaited resurfacing of Euclid ave. from the western boundary to Beersford rd. was officially broken when the commission passed reso lution authorizing Grant T. Ap thorp, city finance director, to pro ceed with necessary action. Estimated cost is $96,000. The city is to assume 25 per cent, the county 25 per cent, and the state 50 per cent. Appropriation of $44,080 hers, or approximately 50 per cent of the total, means that reimburse ment by the county for its 25 per cent share of the improvement will be forthcoming. County commis sioners approved their share at a meeting last week. The improvement provides for a complete curb-to-curb, two and one-half inch asphalt coverage, similar, but superior, to that com pleted some time ago east of Beers ford rd. City officials, awaiting an official go signal from the state, hope to begin the Euclid ave. project this summer. Limitations on the number of suites in the Superior ave. apart ments, south of Terrace rd., were lifted by the commission in an emergency ordinance amending the original restriction of 600 families. This action had been recommended by the Zoning Board. Please Note This 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. Written notices should be ad dressed to 14600 Euclid ave. Francis Payne Bolton ate of School of Nursing, Western Re serve University, Miss Loomis re ceived a degree from Muskingum College, prior to coming to the Cleveland area. She formerly made her homo in Conneaut, where she practiced nursing for three years. Miss Quinn, welfare director here for the past 13 years, has re signed to be married and will re side i»4)earborn, Mich. Ready for the biggest day of the year are these members of the East Cleveland Community Picnic Committee, an all-volunteer group who have worked hard to make the 1953 event the best ever. In the front row, kneeling, left to right are: Fred Henderson, Karl Brown, Tony Tomsic, Bob Strat- Nelacrest Apartments Get Nod From Zoning Board Need City Commission's Approval A ipotion was passed, recom mending rezoning of property to permit erection of a two-building apartment on the west side of Nelacrest rd., at a meeting of the zoning Board of Appeals Tuesday morning. The apartment site includes a portion of land owned by the Fransiscan Sisters, whose address is 15850 Terrace rd. It is this por tion which requires the zone change. The recommendation of the board, subject to approval of plans by the Building Depart- Kiwanians Picnic At Euclid Beach Today is the day East Cleveland Kiwanians are joining fellow Ki wanians and their families at Euc lid Beach for the annual outing staged by the 16th and 10th dis tricts. East Cleveland is a part of the latter district. Charles Hamilton has been cir culating the nine hundred tickets allotted locally. Emil Kelley, as general picnic chairman, has been aided and abetted by Kenneth R. Vermillion, head of Kiwanis here. Time table of events includes a 2 p. m. West-East club ball game, 4 p. m. races for children, a 5:30 family basket picnic, and, later, dancing in the Log Cabin to Hoyle’s band. peration Safety 1983 Red egionaires Ready or Busy Month Masculine members of American Legion Post, 163, and their fem inine counterparts of the Auxiliary are readying themsejves for big doings the latter part of the month. A large contingent will be at tending sessions of the 33rd an nual Department of Ohio Conven tion, American Legion Auxiliary, to be held in the ballroom of the Public Auditorium in Cleveland on July 24th, 25th, and 26th. Twelve auxiliary members trek ked over to Parma last week Wed nesday for the 13th District Sum mer Conference and were present for luncheon and an afternoon meeting. Unit 212 was hostess. 125 Deathless Days Be sure your number isn't here East Cleveland Leader Published in Conjunction with The SCOOP in Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid Thursday* July 16* 1953 East Cleveland* Ohio Volunteer Community Picnic Ready For Big Day ton, jr., Ralph Kepner, Scotty MacDonald, Harry Martin, Mrs. Cappy Ricks, Dava Whale, Miss Helen Rendlesham and Cappy Ricks. Back row, left to right: Don Fisher, Nelson Kubitz, Bob Barkley, George Nelson, Floyd Rowland, Rollin Rendlesham, Ed Norwick, Sam Lesli and Al No wick. ment, was to be referred to the East Cleveland City Commission for action. Of brick and concrete construc tion, the 65-suite fireproof build ing will house 4 and 5-room suites. Details of parking facilities and playgrounds were still to be worked out with officials at the close of the meeting. George How ard Burrows is the architect. Other important action taken by Zoning members included revok ing of a temporary rooming house license, effective as of August 15th, that had been issued to the occupant of 1845 Rosalind ave. YW Beating The Heat, Announces Fall Schedule So that Miss and Mrs. East Clevelander, with a yen for fur thering their talents, latent or otherwise, may take stock of any leisure hours, come autumn, East Cleveland YWCA is broadcasting advance notice about its many plans for fall courses at the Y. Emphasis this year will be on the arts and crafts and interests relat ing to the home. Creative writing which deals

with improvement in expression and marketing of wares, will be a Monday evening course, led by Miss Abbie Graham, one of Cleve land’s well-known free lance writ ers. Classes in beginners water color painting, one in party foods and cake decorating, and another in millinery will be offered on Wed nesday nights. As an extra special feature this fall a series of classes in Pennsyl vania Dutch painting, under the guidance of an East Clevelander, Mrs. W. C. Bryant, jr., is scheduled. Thursdays will be crammed with day-long opportunities: holiday and home decoration, fancy foods, leather craft, millinery and water color painting. Joseph Soligario, by popular request, will teach the painting classes again, while Mrs. Helen Robinson will offer instruc tion in the culinary field. Details even now are being worked out for an open house pro gram in September, when exhibits from these classes in previous sea sons will be on display. Registra tions will be accepted at that time. And the YWCA is issuing a special invitation to Mr. East Clevelander to join, too. Membership in the YW, plus a nominal fee for each course, will entitle anyone to participate. The YW suggests that if there are courses desired not listed above, feel free to contact the YW at UL. 1-2220 for information- -'t Here's Your Picnic Program Euclid Beach Park Wednesday, July 22nd Opening 12:00 m.—Merchants' Exposition in Log Cabin. 12:00 m.—Auto Show, adjacent to Log Cabin. Special Features 2:00-7:00 p. m.—Bill Randle of Radio Station WERE, Log Cabin. Baseball 2:00 p. m.—East Cleveland Little League, Minor Division, AH Stars. National vs. American. 4:00 p. m.—Exchange Club vs. Kiwanis Club. 6:00 p. m.—East Cleveland Little League, Major Division. Superior vs. Shaw. Races and Novelty Contests 2:00 p. m.—40-yard Dash for boys 7 to 9 years. 2:05 p. m.—Bean Bag Kick for girls 7 to 9 years. 2:10 p. m.—30-yard Dash for girls 6 years and under. 2:15 p. m.—30-yard Dash for boys 6 years and under. 2:20 p. m.—Funnel Catch for men and women (couples). 2:25 p. m.—Backward Run for boys 10 to 12 years. 2:30 p. m.—40-yard Dash for girls 10 to 12 years. 2:35 p. m.—50-yard Dash for boys 13 to 15 years. 2:40 p. m.—40-yard Dash for girls 13 to 15 years. 2:45 p. m.—Bag and Baloon Relay (couples—3 couples per team). 3:00 p. m.—Crab Race for boys 6 years and under. 3:05 p. m.—Sack Race for boys 7 to 9 years. 3:10 p. m.—Lame Duck Race for girls 7 to 9 years. 3:15 p. m.—Sack Race for boys 10 to 12 years. 3:20 p. m.—Sack Race for girls 10 to 12 years. 3:25 p. m.—Sack Race for boys 13 to 15 years. 3:30 p. m.—Kangaroo Race for girls 13 to 15 years. 3:35 p. m.—Candy Kiss Scramble for (no prize). 3:40 p. m.—Baloon Kicking for women. 3:45 p. m.—Egg Throw for men. 3:55 p. m.—Penny Scramble for boys and under.. 4:00 p. m.—Watermelon eating contest Unless otherwise indicated, three prizes all children's events. Platform Attractions 6:00 p. m.—Introduction of city officials, picnic officials, and participants. Music and songs. 7:00 p. m.—Strip Ticket Drawing. 9:00 p. m.—Auto Ticket Drawing. George Nelson, M. C. Church Changes Sunday Schedule Trinity Evangelical United Brethren Church at Hayden and Alder aves. announces a change in its time schedule of Sunday services for this month and next, including Labor Day Sunday. The Sunday church school will begin, as usual, at 9:30 a.m. but will close at 10:10. The worship hour will be conducted from 10:15 to 11 a. m. Rev. Weldon E. Fulmer, the pastor, is currently preaching a summer series on “Where to Look in the Bible When in Need.” Bonnie Shoe, 13705 Beaumont ave., and Linda Johnson, 13609 Gainsboro ave., are at Camp Wa nake near Beach City this week, as representatives of Trinity Church. The camp is operated by the Ohio East Conference of the Evangelical United Brethren Church. 3lood Donor Day East Cleveland’s next Blood Donor Day has been set for Thursday, August 27th. Call ER 1-0178 now and offer to donate a pint next month! 13,750 Circulation Guaranteed girls 6 and under and girls 6 years will be awarded in This is just a hint of the scope of the current Learn-To-Swim pro gram in progress each week-day rning at Shaw pool, where r ...rds of 700 children are avail...o themselves of the opportunity for F-^ E All Invited To Join In Fun At Euclid Beach Park Mercury Is Top Award Memo to Mr. Weatherman, re June 22nd: One (1) large order of sunshine —Ditto, cloudless skies. Cancel all raindrops! Signed East Cleveland Com munity Picnickers. Barring unpredictable dampness from above, next Wednesday Picnic Day—promises everything to everybody. Prizes and games. Exhibits and races.- Radio star-d.j., Bill Randle. Baseball and picnic baskets (bring your own). Euclid Beach is the place two p. m., the starting time. Elsewhere in this issue is a detailed account Shaw Class '46 Reunion Saturday 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 dancing in the main ballroom. Reservations and information can be had by calling Donna Price Giles at GL. 1-3733, Betty Morgan McNall at LI. 1-7322 Blossom Zitron, WY. 1-2142. or Union Services Third in the current Union Ser vices of three local churches is the worship hour scheduled for the Windermere Presbyterian Church next Sunday, July 19th, at 11 a. m. Pastor of the East Cleveland Congregation Church, the Rev. Earle Hochwald, will speak on “The Compassion of God”, and the host church will furnish the music. East Cleveland Baptist Church also participates in these combined services, in addition to Windermere Presbyterian and East Cleveland Congregational. Picnic Tickets Important Log in Strip tickets accepted Cabin until 7:00 p. m. Auto tickets accepted Cabin until 8:45 p. m. in Log the NO tickets accepted platform. Youngsters Learning To Swim At Shaw 1 .■ .MW expert swimming instruction. Triple-sponsored by the Water Safety Division of the Greater Cleveland Chapter, Amerir— Red Cross the East Clevela__Red Cross Branch under the water CALL NEWS to MU. 1-1409 of all events. Clip it out and tuck it in your basket for reference. Four chief picnic chairmen, Ralph Kepner, Bob Straton, jr., Ted Herringshaw, and Scotty MacDonald, report all plans and planners under control. Ticket chairmen Dave Whale, Harry Martin, and Nelson Kubitz report plenty of tickets from local merchants are still available. Auto ticket stubs must be deposited by 8:45 p. m. in the Log Cabin, strip tickets by 7 p. m. next Wednesday. Still available, also, according to Log Cabin major domo, Fred Henderson, are several choice exhi bition booths. Sports co-chairmen Roy Wise cup and Alfred F. Norwick report that games, from baseball to the watermelon eating fray, are well in hand and urge an all-out at tendance. Procedure on the platform in the early evening, when the prize drawings occur, climaxes weeks of effort by Don Fisher and Ed Nor wick, chairman and secretary, respectively, of the prize commit tee. Twenty-seven strong, the committee, which has scoured the town and surrounding areas for offerings, is comprised of Jay Parrish, Sam Leslie, Milton Glick, Charles Hamilton, Rollin Rendle sham, Nelson Kubitz, Sandy Sand berg, Bob Barkley, Edward Paul, Lou Plannic. And Floyd Rowland, Al Cutler, Joe Diamond, Chris Gramines, Bob Stratton, jr., Scotty MacDonald, Tony Tomsic, Al Norwick, George Nelson. Wilber Baumgarten, Bob Mo Neely, Horace Dunn, Don Fisher, Bob Henderson, Ted Herringshaw, Lou DiVito, and William Powell. Civic leaders, business men and picnic officials will be presented to picnicking East Clevelanders, prior to the drawings. Co-chairmen of the platform committee are Dr. John Stahl and George Nelson. Their assistants include Al Nor wick, Tony Tomsic, Dr. R. J. Stahl, Ted Herringshaw, Nelson Kubitz, and, secretary, Ed Nor wick. Mr. Nelson, Dave Whale, and Fred Henderson are picnic trustees. Sunny Monday Picnic Sunny Monday Club of East Cleveland will appear en masse next Monday, July 20th, at Euclid Beach Park for its annual sum mer picnic. It will be a pot-luck affair, with members supplying their own table service. They will meet at the annex at 11 a. m. and proceed to the beach. safety chairmanship of Miss Alice Juringus, and the City Recreation Department un‘ Wisecup, the program weeks course* now in week. 1 •■•tor Roy a six ita third

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