23 Temmuz 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Gazetesi Sayfa 1

23 Temmuz 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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Mail Addresses Business: RUE. I5?nd St. Phone Glenville 1-4383 News: 14600 EacHd Ave. Apt. 30? Formed as an advisory body to hear complaints that may arise with the expiration of rent controls July 31st, the committee will con sist of the following members: Phelps Cunningham, 1734 Strathmore ave., immediate past president of the East Cleveland Community Council John F. Platz, 1739 Holyoke ave. Harry K. Am- Peck To Retire August 1st After 47 Years At Dean After forty-seven years of con tinuous service with on? of the leading dairy concerns of the Greater Cleveland area, Carl F. Peck of 13816 Shaw ave. is retiring August 1st. Credit manager of the O. A. Dean Dairy Co. since 1925, Mr. Peck started as a pasteurizer with the firm in 1906 and successively was a driver-salesman and night supervisor of the company’s de livery system. As credit manager, he has been responsible for credit functions relating to the dairy’s 25,000 accounts. Mr. Peck has been active for many years in East Cleveland Ki wanis affairs and for the past five years has served as a member of Hje board of trustees of the Credit Bureau of Cleveland. A native of Mesopotamia, O., he and his wife, Agnes, have long been East Cleveland residents. They are the parents of two sons and a daughter. What will he do with “time on his hands?” A fishing trip in Wis consin is first on Mr. Peck’s agenda. Ten Boys Rough In Canada Ten local lads, an Indian guide, plus two Y leaders, even now are exploring the virgin wilds near Tim a garni, 300 miles north of Toronto. I Known as the Northwoods Canoe Trip and sponsored by the East Cleveland YMCA, this 20-day ex pedition means headquarters on Crowfoot Island in Lake Timama gami, side trips into the wilder ness, portaging, pitching tents on new camp sites and generally roughing it—until August 3rd. Led by James W. North, physical director of the East Cleveland Y, and Harry Steele of Euclid, Ohio, a veteran Y camp counselor, the boys on safari include: Mike Brophy, 1840 Van Buren ave. Derry Clay, 14715 Terrace rd. Don Draheim, 956 Helmsdale r& Tom Marette 1019 Helmsdale rd* Tom Mormino, 16114 Greyton rd. Tom Perkins, 1053 Nelaview rd Bruce Turner, 937 Helmsdale rdi Tom Walworth, 16244 Oakhill rd. Ronald Wormaid, 16312 Grey ton rd., and Bob Young, 1016 Grey on rd. Operation Safety 1953 132 Deathless Days Be su your riu’t here numb .Ms- Volume No. XJ—No. 30 Carran Appoints Five Citizens To Rent Committee Appointment of a special five man citizens rent committee in East Cleveland is announced today by City Manager Charles A. Car ran. bier, 1733 Collamer ave. Karl Duldner, executive secretary of the apartment and Home Owners As sociation of Greater Cleveland. Alternating as fifth man on the committee and representing the city will be City Law Director, Arthur E. Griffith, and Stanley Webster, assistant city law direc tor. The committee will conduct hearings concerning possible ex cessive rent increases, with both landlord and tenant in attendance. Members will hold an organi zational meeting next week and begin functioning immediately thereafter. Whether hearings will be scheduled on a weekly basis or whether they will be scheduled ac cording to the volume of com plaints will be determined at the initial meeting. A permanent chairman also will be elected at this time. To insure consideration tenants must file complaints in writing and deposit them with the Police Department in City Hall, according to the city manager. Youngsters Show Spirit With Shows Small in stature but big in heart are seven youngsters living on Eddy rd., who on their own initi ative, launched a series of benefit neighborhood shows movies and eats—this week. They are turning their proceeds over to officials at City Hall, so that results of their efforts may be used for charitable purposes here in the city. Fourteen little hands dug into seven a weekly allowances and came up with enough to finance the first show Monday night, When the final accounting was made they had cleared five dollars, which has been duly delivered into the proper channels. Jerry Rosen, Edward Klishak, Harry Rosen, Michael Berman, Sidney Rosen, Diane Patton, Mar cia Berman, and Shelia Rosen are founders and executors of the project. They range in age from 7-year-old Marcia to 13-year-old, Shelia. The boys handle the movie pro jector and reels the girls, the re freshments. They ring doorbells to sell tickets. They usher. They sell popcorn. And the whole neighborhood—I grown-ups included—are glad it’s to be a twice-a-week project for! the rest of the summer. Canteen Lists 2 Party Dates YC Canteen has two dates listed for the immediate future. This Friday night it’s the Bean Hop from 7:30 to 11 p. m. at the Y house on Lee rd. Carol Atchi son, Geraldine Stillinger are dance. Bey vol, and Janet in charge of 0# the are now open annual outing for at Reservations the Canteen’s Strawberry Lane on Friday, August st. They must be in the YMCA, GL. 1-3425, not later than July 28th, says the picnic commit tee, Chairman Joyce Fairweather, Suzy Price, Janet Stillinger, Bar bara Widlitz, and Janet Woolson. YMCA bus will provide transpor tation. Mr. George Shriver, the J. P. Blanchards, and Mr. Don Bar clay are chaperoning. Playground Winners Last week’s winners of the Sand Box contest at Shaw playground are: 1st prize—Flower Karen Glaser, age 13, of 1359 Shawview ave. 2nd prize Speedboat Alfred Fratiane, age 10, of 1361 East 141st st., and Kenny Kelty, age 10, of 13821 Glenside rd. 3rd prize Department Store Section Paul Tobin, age 6, of 14310 Elm ave. These contests are held weekly on Thursday evenings at 7 p. m. Tournaments in checkers, zel ball, and aerial tennis are due to start Wednesday, July 29. Boys and girls between the ages of six and sixteen who are interested in these tournaments may sign up with Tom Meinhardt on or before July 29th at Shaw Field. Pictured Hobo Holidays End Volunteers in charge of the YW Hobo Holidays this summer are, (left to right): Mrs. Robert K. Southworth of Wymore ave., Mrs. Here are seven girls and their volunteer leader, roasting marsh mallows at Somerset Farm on one of the outings in the Hobo Holiday Fann, Somerset at scene of many of the summer fun fesi of the East Cleveland YW, are, Front row, Nancy Mackowski, Linda Parker, Lynn Taylor, Cara Warner, Marcia Pardee second row, Linda Broer, Norma .Hanna, Margaret Morris, Janice Megahan, Jane Hangen, Judy Smith, Mar guerite South worth back row, Anita Eastbum, Diane Ahem, Judy Southworth, Lola Watkins, Vir ginia Regan, Harriet Caplin, Jo anne Znidarsic, Linda deBoe. End of East Cleveland YMCA’s Hobo Holidays last Friday brought oh’s of regret from the thirty three eleven to fourteen year-olds who were enrolled. For six weeks the girls reveled in splash parties at the downtown pool, horse back «riding, hayrides, hikes to the Trail Jide Museum, pic nics, and swimming at the Clifton Beach Club. Transportation, treats and fun are provided by a corps of volunteer leaders. This is the third consecutive “hobo” program the Y here has scheduled, and, according to enrollment records, it becomes more popular each year. The YW as of now tav*s a rest from all of its summer i vities— including tennis, day camp, and golf—but the first of September heralds new excitement for mem bers with the calendar crammed with clubs for 7th and 8th graders, a hobby club, the swim-and-dance combination Saturdays at Shaw High School, and a repeat of the “Let’s be Lovely” workshop for 9th graders, as well as the Junior High YM-YW canteen on Friday nights. Pastor Is Patient Rev. Earle C. Hochwald of Chap man ave.,'pastor of the East Cleve land Congregational Church, is a patient in Huron Road Hospital. Stricken immediately following his Union Service sermon on July 12th, Mr. Hochwald was admitted to the hospital, released, and re admitted two days later. According to hospital reports, it is expected that he will return home this week end. No definite diagnosis of his ailment had been made at press-time. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert W. Week, 1997 Nelawood rd., are announcing the birth of a son on July 15th. They have named the baby Steven Gilbert East Cleveland Leader Published in Conjunction with The SCOOP in Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid Thursday, July 23, 1953 East Cleveland, Ohio Frank Holzheimer of Terrace rd. and Mrs. Stanley Thorne of East 135th st. program of the East Cleveland YWCA: Virginia Margaret Regap, Norma Hanna, Morris, Judy South* Credit Bureau Picks Miss McGann Appointment of an East Cleve

lander, Miss Kathryn McGann, as manager of the trade reports de partment of the Cleveland Credit Bureau is announced today. Resident of 1890 Marloes ave., and a graduate of Notre Dame Academy, Miss McGann is vice president of the Women’s Retail Credit Club. Prior to her new ap pointment, she served as assistant manager of the department. She has been a member of the Bureau staff since 1922. worth, Nancy Mackowski, Mrs. Jane Hangen. and Smith, Stanley Thorne, Judy Bissett Jinx Stops Merchants The East Cleveland Merchantst local entry in the Class League, stayed above the five hundred mark for the season by splitting even in a pair of games played over the week-end. Last Friday the fast moving Merchants, downed the Mohawks 8-6 in a thriller that featured out standing relief hurling by Steve Bosway. Steve set down seven straight Mohawks on strikes after the locals broke on top. Providing the ne^sary punch in the victory was i Abazio who slammed a double with the sacks occupied to drive in three runs. ^unday afternoon it looked like tv- Merchants would break an old 1 when they faced the Bissett Steel nine. After scoreless duel for seven innings the Merchants took a 1-0 lead on a sii—'e by Cal Hurd and a triple by J— DiFabio. The Steelmen came up in the ninth and saw their jinx hold good as they tallied twice with two out when a Merchant fielder missed connec tion* on a shoestring catch. 13,750 Circulation Guaranteed Rain Forces Postponement Of Picnic Committee Sets September 2nd As New Date Police Watch For Overweight Trucks Spot-checking of trucks on ‘the highways last week brought to light two violations of over weight, according to East Cleve land Police reports. Cited was the Shoemaker Bros, of State College, Pa., whose veh icle stopped at Noble and Cale donia rds. on July 14th was over loaded 1,150 pounds. The truck was carrying brass borings. Re leased on $60.00 bond was the driver, Thomas F. Krumring, of State College. A truck owned by the Standard Oil Co. of 3038 Broadway ave., Cleveland, and driven by Edward G. Ocvirik, was found to be 2,040 pounds overweight at Euclid and Rosemont on July 16th. It was loaded with liquid asphalt. The driver posted a $100.00 cash bond and was released. Patrolmen Allan Pearse and John McDonald made the arrests. All Nations Party Set For July 26th The Cafarellf Opera Guild will hold an “All Nations” Garden Party Sunday, July 26th from 3 to 7 p. m. on the grounds of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bordonaro’s resi dence, 1784 Maywood rd. Tables of refreshments will be supplied with characteristic cook ies, pastries and sandwiches of various nations. There will be Slovakian Roshky, German pfef fernusse, Hungarian Linzer, Bo hemian Kolatchie, Polish Chrus ciki, Sicilian Pappadili, French Crullers, Italian Biscotte Regine, Viennese Tarts and Swedish Torts. Several members in native cos tumes will serve and Mario Scar dilli will sing Italian folk songs accompanied by music from his electric guitar. Mrs. Bordonaro, chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. R. G. Cafarelli, Mrs. M. A. DeOreo, Miss Charlotte Beecher, Mrs. Vincent PaolucciJ Mrs. W. W. Tucker, Mrs. Floyd Jennings and Miss Cora Kuehn, president of the Guild. Blue Blast Rebels For Fifth Victory The East Cleveland Post 163 Blues chalked up their fifth victory of the season in Class E competi tion last Sunday as they blasted the Rebels 19-0 in one of the day’s most lopsided games. Not only did the Blues hit to all fields at will but they also set some sort of a record in totaling 19 stolen bases. Jim Rogers hurled 5 hit balls and added a pair of doubles to the victory cause. It was his first start of the year. Outstanding in the hitting de partment were Jack Hanson and Skeeter Fish who had 4 hits respectively* and 3 Braves at the On down the line, the suffered a 11-6 setback hands of Joe Miller’s Homes while the Musicals of East Cleveland tasted their seventh straight de feat of the season, 11-2 with St. Johns the winners. Joins Realty Firm Mr. and Mrs. John Wm. Happ, 3928 Monticello (formerly of 1353 Shawview), would like their many friends in East Cleveland to know they are now affiliated with, The De Vanna Realty, 535 East 185th st. Mrs. Happ since last March, Mr. Happ joining them this month. Mr. Happ was associated with the National Acme Co. for 26 years. Mary M. Spong, 1008 East 129th st., F»st Cleveland, was one of 35 K State students initiated into the University chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, educational hon orary, Tue-Jty, July 21st. Selec tion for n ibership is based on high scholarship. Three Wettings In Row Marks 2nd Delay In 23 Year Event Police Get The Bird!! Two cruisers were dispatched to the spot, only to discover that, in place of an expected prowler of fierce proportions, an extremely meek, but slightly distructive, car rier pigeon had caused all the com motion. Flying through a broken window in the plant, the bird apparently had tipped over a box. The box, in falling, had cut through the elec tric eye beam and thus set off the alarm. Patrolman Roy Cole is credited with the ultimate capture of the culprit, who was detained at po lice headquarters for a short time. Sentence was deferred and prisoner released Final Summer Library Movies Final summer children’s movie program of the East Cleveland Li brary will be shown at 2:30 p. m. Thursday, June 30th. Featured billing goes to these five shorts: “The Beaver,” activities of beav ers in their natural environment, illustrating their prowess in fell ing trees, building dams. “Greek Children,” the daily life of a boy and girl in the southern Greek fishing village of Galaxidi. “A Visit with Cowboys,” a city boy’s visit to a real western ranch and a big-time rodeo. “Two Little Raccoons,” what twin raccoons do and see on a day away from home. “Hansel and Gretel,” a puppet version of Grimm’s fairy tale. Collinwood 34 Grads Plan Reunion The June ’34 class of Collin wood School is hold’*"-’ a reunion i Strawberry Lane ute 91 Chardon rd.) Sunday, August 9th from 1 to 4 p. m. For furt'-'r infon—tion Marjorie L._der Nev—an, 1-8261. i. .r o L\. CALL NEWS to MU. 1-1409 Save Your Ticket Stubs!! Into each life some rain must fall, might be all right with songwriters but thousands of disappointed East Cleve landers trudged wearily home yesterday afternoon as the Community Picnic was called off for the second time in the 23 year history of the event. u Three straight years of rain is enough to get any d°wn chimed in the committee who are now hoping that Wednesday, September 2nd will offer more in the way of weather and sunshine. That8 the new date for the East Cleveland Community Picnic—jot it down, Wednesday, September 2nd. The same set-up will be carried on insofar as games and races and awarding of prizes with an addition or two in the program. Picnic Committee Chairmen, Ralph Kepner, Bob Strat ton, Ted Herringshaw and Scotty MacDonald issued a re minder to all persons to SAVE YOUR STUBS. The tickets will be honored on the new date. It was also announced that merchants will continue to pass out additional tickets until the new picnic date. The decision to call of this year’s show was reached about 2 p. m. after the committee scanned the skies and contacted the weather bureau with the outlook being strictly rain. A few hearty folks stuck it out to have their picnic lunches beneath the protection of the pavilions at Euclid Beach Park. Thousands of youngsters were holding onto their tickets, ducking under trees and shelters ready to dash for the roller coasters as soon as the rains let up—but there was no dashing only looks of disappointment. (Again— these tickets will be honored on September 2nd). The Log Cabin was a sight for sore eyes, especially among the members of the picnic committee who had been all geared up for the biggest picnic ever. As one committee member put it as he headed home ‘.‘anyhow, the poor folks in the county who need water had their prayers answered—we can wait until September 2nd”. “Police Get the Bird” that’s the title of little saga East Cleve land police wrote last Sunday when they rushed to the Formwald Co. plant on Coit rd. in answer to an ADT alarm. Set Three New Union Services Mid-way in the current program of Union Church Services, sched uled by the East Cleveland Con gregational and Baptist Churches and the Windermere Presbyterian Church, are sermons for the next three Sundays, July 26th, August 2nd, and August 9th, when the Rev. W. E. Towner will be in the pulpit of the Congregational Church, corner of Euclid and Page aves. Pastor of the East Cleveland Baptist Church, Mr. Towner will speak to the combined congrega tion on these topics: July 26: “The Will to Believe.” August 2: “Sympathy.” August 9: “Humility.” Music for the services, which be gin at 11 a. m., will be provided by the Congregational choir and solo ists. This is the 27th summer the Union Worship program has been in effect here. Trying to beat the heat, the Mar. tin Luther Class of Calvary Luth* eran Church is holding a cantelope ice cream festival Saturday, July 25th. Booths for home-made cake, cof. fee, tea and soft drinks, in addi tion to the ice cream, will be dot* ting the church parking lot, cor ner of Euclid and Lockwood aves. Hours are from 7:30 ’til 10 p. m. Windermere Methodist Church has just begun its vacation church school and is extendi— an invita tion to join to all c„ Iren—from three years old nursery through thirteen year olds. tots now Dr. Classes are held from thro July F' t, *til nc M. uyne McQ-jen is pu.^r at ths church. 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