6 Ağustos 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Dergisi Sayfa 1

6 Ağustos 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Dergisi Sayfa 1
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Mail Addresses Business: 814 E. I5?nd St. Phone Glenville 1-4383 News: 14600 Euclid Ave. 4pt 30? Shaw Grad Meets Death In Oregon Funeral services for Donald Wil son MacKenzie, who met a tragic death near Oregon City, Oregon, July 31st, will be held Friday, August 7th at 1:00 p. m. at the Merle Owen Funeral Home, 16049 Euclid ave. Burial will be in Knoll wood Cemetery. A service was also held Sunday in Portland, Oregon. Friends will be received at the funeral home this aftemon and evening. In lieu of flowers, the family re quests that gifts may be sent to the Memorial Fund of First Pres byterian Church, 16200 Euclid ave. of which Donald was a member ior to going west. Mr. Wilson, 23, was killed in a logging accident near Oregon City, Oregon. He had taken employment as a logger in connection with his degree in forestry engineering 5 hich he received in June from Oregon State College. At that time his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam MacKenzie, 3410 Hartwood rd., Cleveland Heights, went to Oregon to attend the com mencement exercises, to see their son receive his Commission as a second lieutenant in the army re serves, and a week later to wit ness his marriage to Miss Betty Kizer of Portland, Oregon. His father is co-ordinator of per sonnel and production for the Gen eral Electric parts manufacturing department at Nela Park. Donald was graduated from Shaw High School in 1948 and was president of his class in his Sen ior year. He played on the football team and was a member of the National Honor Society. At college he was president of the Oregon State Chapter of the Blue Key Society, a member, of Sigma Nu fraternity, and of Scab bard and Blade, a campus military society. He was chosen as recipient of the Duback Award, given to students making an outstanding contribution to the welfare of the school. In addition to his wife and his parents, he is survived by a brother, Douglas L. .and a sister, Joyce E. MacKenzie. City Reports Its First Polio Case East Cleveland’s first polio case ef the season is David Stephens, 3%-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Stephens, 13303 Milan ave. David was admitted to City Hospital July 31st. His condition is reported as “poor.” City Hospital on Tuesday re corded its first polio fatality of the year with the death of Miles Norris, 5, of Castalia. He was one of two sons of Pvt. and Mrs. Allen Norris. His father was brought from his army base to Cleveland by the Red Cross. A total of 50 cases, 23 from Cleveland, have been reported so far this year. In 1953 to the cor responding date, the number of cases was 144 with seven death. IAST CLEVELAND LIBRAR1 14101 tUCLID AVENUft OLO -Al ts 1 Parking Lot For 200 Cars Nears Completion At Shaw Gymnasium Summer time is repair time for school properties and this sum- i. mer’s repair project on East Cleve land school buildings has been a fair sized one. All work is slated to be finished by the time classes resume on Tuer'4“y, September Sth, states N. F. L_ assistant to the 'superintendent. Two hundred cars will find park ing space in the new parking lot being completed at Shaw Gymna sium. Blacktopping was started there Tuesday. The area has been nicely graded and a new driveway opened north of the building. This driveway will be used for all day time service.* For nights the driveway nearest .Prospect School will be opened to motorists. Work is about finished on the roof repairs and the replacing of the 159 windows at Shaw High Volume No. XI—No. 32 The Sunday, August 9th Union Church service will be held in the East Cleveland Congregational Church. The sermon will be preach ed by Rev. W. E. Towner of the East Cleveland Baptist Church. The Rev. Edgar Ebert, professor at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio will be guest preacher at the morning service on Sunday at Hope Lutheran Church, 2222 Taylor rd., Cleveland Hgts. Rev. Ebert is in the religious department at the University. The Rev. Dr. Amos J. Traver, professor of Practical Theology at Hamma Divinity School will occupy the pulpit in St. James Lutheran Church, Sunday for the 11:00 a. m. service. Dr. Traver is the fathe. of Mrs. Barkley, wife of Rev. Robert Barkley, pastor at St. James. The parsonage family is on vacation. Mr. Charles Anders, a senior at Hamma Divinity School, Spring field, Ohio, will preach in Calvary Lutheran Church Sunday at 10:45 a. m. Dr. Earl C. Morgan of Akron will be the guest minister in the pulpit of Phillips Avenue Presby terian Church, East 125th st., at Phillips ave. during the remaining Sundays in August in the absence of the pastor, Rev. Dudley F. Up hoff. hail School, damaged during the storm the night of the tornado. Mr. Leist reports that insurance carried against such damage has been paid by the insurance com panies. Hallways on the first floor at Superior School and Room 8 at Shaw High building are being re floored. The draperies are up in the re vamped auditorium at Rozelle Building which means that plaster ing, painting and other details have been completed. W. H. Kirk High School build ing, the most beautiful of all East Cleveland schools, is being given an outside paint job, again in white as befits the colonial architecture of the structure. Most of the work is being done by the board of education’s own staff of workmen. Plan “Fight Polio With Blood” Day t-S $ 9 .BP 1953 Beginning Swimmers Demonstrate Skill Sunday A Water Festival a Shaw Pool on Sunday will wind up another successful Learn-to-Swim series of instructions. Over 700 children from Grades Three through Six have been enrolled in the course sponsored jointly by the Water Safety division American Red Cross, the East Cleveland Recrea tion Department and the East Cleveland Board of Education. The four-part program begins at 4:00 p. m. and continues for an hour. It will closf with the pre sentation of certificates to swim mers who have passed the required Red Cross tests given by Miss Nancy Kromer. Miss Mary Ellen Prophy, direc tor of the class, announces that the first part of the demonstrations will cover the six phases of swim ming as taught to beginners. The phase and the instrutcor in each are as follows: 1—Physical and mental adjust ment to the water—Miss Kathie Regal. 2 Buoyancy, relaxation and More Guests In Local Churches TftUR. .... gw® HM AUG. 27 iAM ,'(.£ body position—Miss Barbara Laft. 3—Propulsion—Miss Lillian Bar bey. 4—Co-ordination—Bez Beitzel. 5—Entering the water Sue Thompson. 6—Safety ael. Skills—Dolores Mich- will be a demonstra nine styles of swim- Part Two tion of the ming by the instructors and the guards, after which Life Saving Skills will be demonstrated by the Life Saving classes assisted by the guards. The program will close with an act entitled Aquatic Fun, by pool instructors. Syncronized swim ming skills will be offered by a quartet including Arlene Rice, Marlene Knopf, Dolores Owen and Mary Ellen Brophy. Miss. Brooks and Miss Owen will do an intricate duet number. The public is invited. Weigh 12,240 Pound Overload On Steel Truck One of the five overloaded trucks found traveling East Cleveland streets between July 27th and August 3rd, carried the almost record excessive overload of 12,240 pounds Based on over-load basis, this infringement of local truck weights cost the driver, Edward M. Howdeshell of Hobart, Ind., $550.00 cash bond for his release. The truck belonging to Long Transportation Co., Detroit, Mich., was carrying coiled steel. It was checked at Euclid and Rosemont rd. by Officers Allan Pearse and John McDonald. The other four truck overloads are listed as follows: July 27th—Euclid at Fay aves.: Atlantic Freight Lines of Cleve land, Ohio, carrying miscellaneous freight, overloaded 1,710 lbs. Re leased on $70 bond paid by the driver, George Petrovich, Union town, Pa. Officers Jennrich and Fred Schuller checked the truck. July 28th—Euclid ave.: Glenn Distributors Co., of Painesville, O., carrying beer in cases, overloaded 1,690 lbs. Released on $70 cash bond paid by driver Frank J. Ma derka of Cleveland. Officers Jenn rich and Schuller. July 29th—Euclid at Eastham: Zeno Truck Lines of Cleveland ,O., carrying chains and belting. Over loaded 1,320 lbs. Released on $60 cash bond paid by the driver Jack F. Rook of Cleveland. Officers Pearse and McDonald. August 3rd—Euclid at Winder mere Kroger Foods (hauling to Painesville), carrying canned goods and produce, overloaded 1,130 lbs. Released on $60 cash bond. Driver Raymond J. Sedivy, Cleveland. Of ficers, Pearse and McDonald. Collinwood, Euclid High Class Reunions Attention—June 1946 graduat ing class of Euclid Central High School. Reunion picnic to be held at Welsh Woods ip Metropolian Park at 2 o’clock on August 16th. Bring your families and friends and all your own refreshments. This is the last call—so come on everybody. The June *34 class of Collinwoqd High School will hold a reunion Sunday, August 9tb from 1 to 4 p. m. at Strawberry Lane, route 91 Chardon rd. For further information call Marjorie Bender Newman, EV. 1 8261. East Cleveland Leader Published In Conjunction with The SCOOP In Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal In Euclid Thursday, August 6, 1953 East Cleveland, Ohio Forgetting the heat in their zeal to reach that 180 donor goal in East Cleveland’s Blood Donor Day Thursday, August 27th, are these citizens from various community minded groups throughout the city. In the battle to “Fight Polio With Your Blood” are (left to right) Karl Brown, Chas. A. Carran, Charles Lenz, Harry Martin, Mrs. Budd Andrews, Mrs. D. William Graves, Dr. O. J. Korb, Fred Lang, James Bateman and Dr. Louis Ed wards. A unique method to secure don ors who might otherwise be missed on East Cleveland’s next Blood Donor Day, Thursday, August 27th is announced by General Chairman Karl Brown. Fifty placards announcing the date, the place and the hours for Blood Donor Day will be posted about town. A pencil, attached to a string, will be found near the card, together with a pad on which the donor may jot down his name, telephone number, and the hour most convenient for him to ap pear for his donation. By this means it is hoped to reach the goal, 180 pints of blood. Donors will be notified by tele phone of their appointments. Blood Donor Day, as has become customary here, will be held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 15837 Euclid ave. The hours will be from 1:00 to 7:00 p. m. The Red Cross blood donor staff will be in charge. Local volunteers will serve as aids. “There are three urgent reasons why blood is in demand now,” Chairman Karl Brown points out. “First, supplies always dwindle in the summer months the call for gamma globulin for contacts of polio victims is constantly increas ing, and, finally, the armed forces are still using large amounts of blood in caring for the wounded.” Registration centers set up to now are: Karl Brown’s Colonial Inn, Paul’s Restaurant, all churches, YMCA, theaters, Koenig’s Store, Wall green Drug, Stonebracker Drug, George Nelson, Jeweler, Libraries, Motter’s Music House, City Hall, Carn Bam, Joe Diamond’s Men’s Store, Bob Kennedy’s Men’s Store, Davis & Moore Furniture, Farmers Market, Evans Flowers. Auto Dealerships, Legion Hall, Fisher Bros. Super Market (Su perior and Euclid), A & Super Market (Superior and Euclid),. Park Floral, Leah’s Restaurant, Standard Oil Co., Don Fisher, East Cleveland Railway Station, Al Mastro’s Resturant. Named to contact members in the following groups are these workers: City Hall—Charles Carran and Fred Lange. Churches—James Bateman. PTA—Dr. O. J. Korb. Retail Businesses—Karl Brown. Service Clubs—Dr. Louis Edwards. Auto Dealerships—Charles Lenz. Industry—David Martinson. East Cleveland Branch Red Cross—Mrs. Budd G. Andrews. The following men have been as signed to these respective districts to contact employees and employ ers: Shaw and Hayden—Harry Mar tin Noble Road—Ted Herr in g shaw Taylor Forest Lloyd. Windermere—Paul Evans and Euclid—Dick Bernier Hill Building—Dr. Frank Police Notes Dave Hisrchow, 15462 Euclid ave., reported to police that a window had been broken in the Telesonic Laboratory and a "table model radio removed. The incident oc curred over the weekend. Booked for trafifc violations over the weekend were: Walter Patterson, 9401 Hough ave., 40 mph on Hayden ave. Clocked by means of radar. Gene Shaskas, 1001 Eddy rd., operating auto 40 mph on Eddy rd., and driving operating auto without a driver’s licence. Radar. Robert L. Daniels, 1238 E 101st st., made improper turn i...~ Euclid ave. from Superior, struck and damaged a police car. Commissioner Succumbs To Heart Attack Guy T. Rockwell, member of the East Cleveland City Commission, and previously a member of the East Clevealnd Sinking Fund, died at Lakeside Hospital Saturday. August 1st. He suffered a heart attack at his home, 1873 Farming ton rd. a week before. Services were conducted Tues day by his pastor, the Rev. Walter F. MacGowan, minister of Euclid Avenue Christian Church in which Mr. Rockwell served on the official board. Burial was in Knollwood Cemetery. Mr. Rockwell was appointed to the City Commission in 1947, was elected to a four-year term in 1947 and re-elected in 1951. He served as Commission president in 1949. Commenting on Mr. Rockwell’s death, City Manager Charles A. Carran said: “East Cleveland has lost one of its outstanding citizens and civic leaders. As a city official he made a lasting contribution to the welfare of our community. I will also greatly miss him as a close, personal friend. He was one of the finest men I have ever known.” Mr. Rockwell was born in Cleve land on July 9th, 1884 and educated in the public schools. His star per formance as an end on the champi

on football teams of East High School, plus his interest generally in sports, landed him the first newspaper job in what proved to be a life career. That first reporting( was on the old Cleve land World. The next one was as assistant sports editor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. In 1917 he was transferred to the real estate editor’s desk and was then made financial editor, the position h€ held until his death. During his sports writing days Mr. Rockwell developed into an I authority on harness racing. His knowledge of financing made him a most valuable member of the Sinking Fund, as wel lof as of the City Commission. His community service was ex tended through his interest as a member of East Cleveland Kiwanis. At the Euclid Avenue Christian Church Mr. Rockwell served as a member of the board of trustees. He was a Mason, with member ship in Windermere Lodge and Cleveland Chapter 148, Royal Arch Masons. Co-Workers at the Plain Dealer served as pall bearers. They were Stanley P. Barnett, John E. Bryan, Ralph J. Donaldson, Edward N. Moore, Phillip W. Porter, Russell H. Reeves, Robert I. Snajdr and Joseph H. Zucker. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. edna Hintz Rockwell to whom he was married October 16, 1907 a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Huston and two grandchildren Guy and Marilyn Huston. Mrs. Rockwell is well known in club circles having been president of the General Fed eration of Women’s Clubs of Greater Cleveland, as well as many other Icub groups. Student Nurse Is Given Scholarship The Scholarship Committee of the East Cleveland Woman’s Club met on Monday, August 3rd, for the purpose of granting a three year scholarship to Miss Margaret Leonhardt, who will enter City Hospital on September 9th, as a student nurse. Miss Leonhardt lives with her father at 1615 Pontiac ave. and is a graduate of Shaw High School. Nursing has been a desire of long standing with Miss Leonhardt, who was selected on merit by the com mittee. It has been the custom of the club to grant scholarships for other vocations, but on this occasion, due to the serious short age of nurses, it was deemed wise to enter the field of nursing. Miss Esther Jamison, Director of the Nursing School of City Hospital spoke on the duties and responsi bilities of the Club as the donor and on the student as the recipient. Those present at the meeting were: Mrs. C. E. Sherman, presi dent Miss Catherine Ross, chair man of the committee Mrs. O. A. Reiter, Mrs. Harry Carter, Mrs. Walter Eastman, Mrs. H. H. Young and Mrs. Homer Singer. Operation Safety 1953 146 Deathless Days Be sure your number isn't here 13,750 Circulation Guaranteed Name Fellows To Fill Vacancy On City Commission Frank H. Fellows, remembered by many as a Quadrant Leader in Civil Defense during World War II, and now serving in charge of wardens in the current Civil De fense program, has been named to fill the post on the City Commis sion made vacant by the death of Guy T. Rockwell. The appointment was announced following a special meeting of the City Commission held this morning. Rockwell’s term of office have run to December 31, Mr. would 1955. The appointment of Mr. Fel lows will cover the period from now to the close of this year. Petitions have already been filled to place his name on the November ballot as a candidate for the remaining period of the term, under the pro visions of the city’s charter. Mr. Fellows is a graduate of Ohio State University, with a de gree in mechanical engineering. He has been associated with the Bailey Meter Co. for the past 24 years. He is a member of the Instrument So ciety of America and is active in Windermere Methodist Church. He is also a member of St. Lukes Hos pital Association. Mr. and Mrs. Fellows have been East Clevelanders since 1932, with the exception of a four year period. They own their home at 2122 Alton rd. They have two daughters, Dianne, a senior at "Shaw High School, and Karen Lee, a 9A pupil at W. H. Kirk Jr. High School, which has meant busy PTA hours for their parents. City Tightens Dog Quarantine East Cleveland has tightened its regulations regarding dogs under quarrantine or running-at-large. The ordinance, enacted at the Fri day, July 31st meeting includes cats, also. The measure retains the continuing quarrantine. Henceforth a dog or a cat under quarrantine will be detained in a kennel. Up to now, in some in stances, the animals could be kept on the premises of the owner. Penalties for permitting a dog to run-at-large are fixed at $5.00 for the first offense, and $10 for the second offense, plus a dollar a day for the animal’s food, this fine is based on the signing of a waiver. Should the case reach the Munici pal Court, the court would decide it. Any dog picked up by police must be claimed by the owner with in five days, or it will be disposed of by the city. The five days in cludes the day on which the dog is picked up and the day the owner reclaims it. Playground Notes Sandbox contest winners for Thursday, July 30th at Shaw Play ground were: First: Carol Parsh, age 11, 1749 Coit rd—Horsehead. Second: Joanne Parham, age 12, 1322 Elwood—Turtle. Third: Dawn Day, age 11, 14503 Elm—Cat. Pigtailers Results of the first Pigtail soft ball games were: Daisy Mae’s 10 Annie Oak ley’s 5. Calamity Jane’s 11 Daisy Mae’s 3. Stars of the first game were Nancy Brunney, Daisy’s, with two home runs and a single out of three trips to the plate, and Sue Elconin of the Annie Oakley’s with three singles out of three times at bat. In the second game Barbara Mil ligan of the Calamity Jane’s had a double and a single out of three trips to lead them to victory while Judy Starkloff of the Daisy Mae’s had two singles out of three trips. These games are played at 4 p. m. *n Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The boys who fo"*»ht and wen vounded in Korea s need blood Give them a pint on Blood Dono. Day Aug. 27. City's Estimated 1954 Budget Retains Present 7.6 Mills Tax Rate Despite a slight increase in the estimated needs of the General Fund for 1954, there will be no increase in the city’s share of the 1954 tax rate, G. T. Apthorp, fin ance director, told the City Com mission when presenting the 1954 budget estimate at their July 31st meeting. It will remain at the cur rent figure of 7.6 mills. “Costs are up slightly, but not alarmingly” declared Apthorp. The 1954 estimate calls for $960,435, compared to this year’s anticipated expenditure of $958,925. Several interesting factors con tribute to holding the city’s share of the tax rate, it is pointed out. The record building program of this year is expected to up the cur rent $80,000 duplicate by about $2,000,000. This, in turn will in crease the city’s share of the cor responding upped tax return. Another factor is this: In June the city paid the last obligation on its $45,000 parking meter bill ori ginated three years ago. Under its Shaw Alumni To Dance At Mentor On September 14 Along about this time of the year Shaw alumni begin to watch for announcement of the date of the annual dance. Here it is. The dance will be held on Saturday, September 12th and—as usual—at Shaw’s old stamping ground, Men tor dance hall. The hours are from 9 until 2. is held mainly as a for the grads. The to the school. For first dance proceeds The dance get-together proceeds go instance, the paid for the bronze plaque honor ing the memory of Miss Josephine Barnaby and M. C. Dietrich, for mer principals. The second dance fui/1' are on deposit at the East Cleveland Savings St Loan Co., as the beginning of a Scholarship Fund. The dance committee and other details will be announced later. In the meanwhile all Shaw alumni should ring their date book for the September 12th dance at Mentor— and make it a point to tell as many school mates as possible, about it. Family Night At Caledonia Playlot Next Tuesday Eve Action and fun at Caledonia Playground will hit the top Tues day evening, August 11th when Family Night gets underway on this favored play-spot. Everyone is welcome to come out and join in the fun. There will be a Father-Son ball game, a peanut scramble, movies and refreshments. All facilities of the playlot will be available. A Talent Show is expected to parade the talents of number of entrants in riety of acts. a goodly a gay va- Night are Planning for Family all members of the playground staff which comes under the super vision of Roy Uber, Cleveland Heights Recreational Director since the playground is within that city, although the school is under the East Cleveland Board of Educa tion. Mrs. Alan Alexander, director, has as her aides Ann Kirschner, Ronnie Schwartz and Harold Seitz, man. FOP Clambake At Braeburn Next Month Get your tickets now for the East Cleveland Fraternal Order of Police Clambake at Braebum Sept. 9th. It’ll be a good shindig. There will be prizes, contests, etc. Tickets may be obtained from Fred Henderson Plumbing Co., 1311 Hayden ave., Patrolman Dave Bidelman of the East Cleveland force, or members of Fraternal Order of Police and Associates. Watch next week’s Leader for fur ther details. Wins Bronze Star has Major Felix C. Fowler been awarded the bronze star med al for meritorious service in Korea. Fowler, an air liaiton officer at 5th Air Fr—e b““dquarters was cited for ou an devotion to duty vhile in combat His wife, Betty Ann Fowler re ides at 14004 Northfield ave. Join the war against Polio. Fig! ith your blood. Donor Di Aug. 27. CALL NEWS to PO. 1-3378 contract with the meter company the city was to pay one half of each month’s parking meter re ceipts to the company. With tu:i account now closed with the $7,L. paid this year, this is one sum the city will not have to pay out next year. The new central control office and the new cables installed for the Police and Fire Communications System is expected to save the city $15,000 next year. This sum, to gether with a $7,000 allocation in the parking meter account are be ing transferred to the city’s Con tingency Fund. All other funds, reports Mr. Ap thorp, will be practically identical next year. Pensions funds are re ported to be in good shape, with a steadily growing balance. The Commission also: ACCEPTED the bid of the Morse Crable Coal Co., for No. 1 coal for the coming winter. The fuel is up 30c over the last year, going from $10.50 to $10.80 a ton. AUTHORIZED the seeking of bids for Shaw Playground conces sion. The contract now held by Paul Broer, expires with thia season. APPROVED the requested zon ing change for the rear of property on the west side of Nelacrest rd., for the construction of apartments to be erected there. The recom mendation of the Board of Zoning Appeals covered drainage and other items, not previously approved. VACATED the dead end of El derwood ave., northeast of Noble rd. The abutting ground is owned by Towmotor Corporation and Thomas P. Qulinlan. The company and the city will provide a new driveway for the Quinlan property, the only house on the* dead end street. Victim Of Hold-Up Is Dead Victim of a hold-up man’s but lets, Charles Richard Shubart, as sistant manager of the Lincoln Loan Co., 13429 Euclid ave. died in Huron Road Hospital Tuesday night. His slayer, Robert Chalmers, 23, is in fair condition in the prison ward of City Hospital. Chalmers shot Shubart in an at tempted holdup July 31st. Lieut. Edwin Polk of the East Cleveland Police Department stated Wednesday morning that they were conferring with the prosecut ing attorney later in the day and charges, probably of first degree murder would be filed against Chalmers upon his release from the hospital. Shubart is survived by his wife, Ruth, who is expecting her first child within a month. His mother, Mrs. Ruth Shubart and a brother Robert F. also survive. The family home is at 10328 Clifton blvd., N. W. Chalmers had a gun in each hand to down Shubart when Shu bart jumped him. The assistant office manager received a chest and a leg wound. In turn Chalmers was shot down by Sgt. Charles Kastilahn and Pa trolman Frank Moizuk who over took the fleeing robber just as his car crashed a pole on Auburndale ave., only minutes later. At Kastil ahn’s order “Hands up,” Chalmere aimed and missed. The officers fired. The hold-up man slumped as he was hit in the back of the head, his back, stomach and both wrists. Robert J. Darling, office man ager, and C. Anthony Jordon, area supervisor from Indianapolis, Ind. tried to beat the hold-up man down with chairs, but the fellow got away. Herded into an office by Chalm ers were Miss Jaine Ferguson, 1756 Page ave. Miss Shirley Mack, 15137 Elderwood ave., and Mrs. Ruth Baumgart, 1862 Lampson rd. loan employees. Chalmers’ revolvers and a .45 caliber pistol were on the seat of the sedan. Detective Lieut Edwin Polk and Lieut Albert Yarhaus said Chal mers confessed to four hold-ups: The Shaw Loan & Finance ,Co. 1901 Euclid ave. the Star Loan Co., 10025 Lorain ave. the Pi fie Loan Co., 1901 Euclid av* an v Grable Finance Co., 9c__ Ku-__ ave. Chalmers was identified by ice as David Jordon, 23, of 1834 Kast 87th st, an arry deserter from Fort Custer, Mi igan. 1 irly this, rear he worked at University Hos pitals as a phar "is parents live S ■S ft I s $ I s .cist’s helper ^jj-higan. lalmerz al ease and* As a loan ba it, 1 ys carried a brief .newed a cigar. v I# Ji I

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