3 Eylül 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Gazetesi Sayfa 1

3 Eylül 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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Mail Addresses Business: 814 E. 152nd St. Phone lil.tnville 1.4383 News: I4GD0 Euclid Av*. Apt. 30? The increase is noted in the ele mentary grades where steadily in creasing numbers of kindergart ners over the past few years is now being shown in the larger enrollments in the first four or five grades. Kindergarten enrollment this year is expected to be about the same as last year, according to registrations up to Tuesday. There were 670 kindergartners registered in the past school year. The 190 teaching staff for the 1953-1954 school year is five above the faculty list of last year. Of these five, three will be in the elementary department and two in the high school physical education department. Kirk Pupils Report On Tuesday While the opening day of the fall term of school is Tuesday, Sep tember 8th, the pupils at Kirk Junior High school give the first few hours of that day to general orientation while faculty members receive new students and hold de partmental meetings in the morn ing, and attend a general teachers meeting after lunch, announces the principal, Dr. L. L. Myers. Former pupils at Kirk report to their assigned homerooms at 8:35 a.m. for their routine first-day locker, key assignments, class pro gram and other details. Pupils new to Kirk will register in the office of the Assistant Prin-, cipal, Mrs. Zoe Brundage, if they have not already done so. All 7B pupils will meet in the auditorium at 9:00 a. m., where Dr. Myers will greet them, and dis cuss general Kirk rules and regu lations. After this they will re port to their assigned Homeroom where they will be received by their homeroom teacher. They will also have a tour of the building to get acquainted with the location of the library, gymnasium, cafeteria, offices and class rooms indicated on their schedules. Coaches Louis Chulick a nd Rob ert Skinner request all 9th Grade candidates for the football team to report to the boy’s gym at 9:30 a.m., the hour at which they will, be dismissed from homerooms. Department heads are holding meetings with their teachers at 10:45 a.m. as follows: English— Room 201 Industrial Arts—Prin cipal’s office Mathematics—Room 106 Science—Room 120 Social Studies—Room 303. The general teachers meeting convenes at 2:00 p.m. in the library. Beginning with Wednesday^ September 9 th, the regular schedule of classes will be in ef fect. Homerooms begin at 8:35 a.m. and classes at 9:05 a.m. There are eight 40-minute periods with a 5-minute intermission for exchange of classes. FOP Clambake Ticket Deadline Is Saturday “Saturday is pojptively the dead line fof getting your ticket to the Fraternal Order of Police clam bake,” reminds Fred Henderson, who can be reached at GL. 1-4686. Or call Patrolman Dave Biedel man at GL. 1-1235. The bake, to be followed by an evening packed with contests, games and other fun, will be held at Braeburn Park, Wednesday, September 9th, rain or fair weath er. It is sponsored jointly by the F.O.P. and Police Associates. Operation Safety 1953 173 Deathless Days CLEVELAND LIBRARY ___I*101 EUCLID AVENUE GLEVEL D, Ob WKr, Volume No. XL—No. 36 Five Additional Teachers Needed To Teach 5500 Pupils In Local School An enrollment of approximately 5500 pupils is anticipated when the East Cleveland Public Schools open their doors for the fall term of school on Tuesday, September 8th. This will be 350 pupils above the 1952-1953 enrollment states Dr. O. J. Korb, superintendent of schools. The full complement of instruc tors, by building, is announced as follows by Dr. Korb. Three transfers are listed. Philip H. Worcester is being transfererd from W. H. Kirk Junior High to Shaw High, where he will continue his teaching of physical education and health, teach the swimming ■and have a homeroom. The other two transfers include Madaline Sorenson who will ex change Rozelle for Prospect in kindergarten instruction with Cal edonia pupils. Miss Miriam B. Northway who has been teaching kindergarten classes at Chambers and Mayfair as a half-time instruc tor becomes a full time elementary instructor at Chambers School. Teachers new to the system and their assignments are: SHAW HIGH School: Norma Jean Smith, Physical Education. W. H. KIRK Junior High: Clyde Hawthorne, Industrial Arts Ruth Honess, Vocal Music Ethel reda Laughlin, General Science Robert Niel Skinner, Physical Edu-1 cation Marita Science. Bricker, School: Smith, CALEDONIA Moll, Barbara Clark. CHAMBERS Boone, Carrie Harrison, Patricia I Weissbrod, Constance Vvelch. Kate Warner. Guard Joins For Crossing Safety Superior. Be sure your number isn't here MAYFAIR School: Jane Sharp Educators, parents, pupils and Yackee. |the East Cleveland Police Depart PROSPECT School: Glenna Rose|ment are preparing for the open Mervosh. |ing another term of school. The ROZELLE School: Marilyn department’s Division of Safety Craig, Helen Scott, Helen Fergu-|is ready with its Iesson in son, Helen Gongaware. |its regular School Safety Program. SUPERIOR School: Josephine This lesson is set forth in a Mahannah, deaf Janice McGarr, (booklet dealing with safety habits deaf Nancy Raufman, Beverly |for school children and their par West. |ents, and is another step in the Transfers: Philip Worcester, (teaching of safety habits, states Worcester, Madaline Sorenson, |H. S. Weaver, chief of police. The Madaline Sorenson, Miriam. North- (booklet will be distributed through way. the schools. It has been printed signments are: (through the co-operation of the CALEDONIA (Safety Committee of East Cleve Elizabeth Alexander, Laura(land Kiwanis. Averill, Geneva Beal, Iva Budd,( Lillian Finnila, Mae K. Frye, Edna a al Juergens, Nadine MacNeill, Lois|nA^| Marnie, Ellen Messenger, Cather-(l wlwVsU I Iwl AAIIVI ine Rehrig, Audrey Scott, Ethel Rita Seiler, Madaline Sorenson, (Continued on page 12) I One NewSchool lGrid Line'UP I One new school gu*rd appointee I scr'immages morning. The new guard is Charles I Kramer, a junior who has spent McCoy of 13409 Graham rd., who I ^wo years on the squad, should see is detailed to the Shaw-Hayden I pjenty of action at tailback. He crossing. I was a Herbert Cobb, who served at this I team. intersection last year is being I transferred to the Noble-Terrace ISO pound end, played .. I Anything Goes “ISafety Division's First Lesson School sehooi 'ZProgram Ready For Pupil And Parent AlYFl |Z ~am I n 1Af Dll IxTcl ITICr I fl W KU Gordon McCarter and Dan I Kramer, former Shaw High stars, land Jack Young, who performed at I Collinwood High, have been promi Inent in Western Reserve Uni I versity’s early football drills. I McCarter, a letterman, looks I is announced by Chief of Police I moment. The 185 pound senior, H. S. Weaver as school guards for I fullback at the for Reserve in 1950, then entered intersection. the Army He hag just returned Returning guards and the*r un-lfrom a hitch in Korea as an M.P. changed assignments are: land has resumed his grid career Edward Fries, Rozelle School. (enthusiastically. He’s a junior. William Schworer, Lockwood and I i Carl Saefkow, Mayfair and Hay-1 Willis Goldy, Hayden and Phil- Robert Connell, Lee and Terrace. John Consula, Eddy and East 131st st running the Red Cat squad of 40 Harry Carlson, Superior and I through workouts twice daily, con Forest Hills. I ditioning the Cats for the Sept. 26, Thomas Moody, Eddy and Hay-(Opener with Toledo at Reserve’s den. I Clarke Field. •_______ 14-Year-Olds Off To National Air Show I James Niewohner, Coventry and I accompanied fans at the National Sunerior |Air Show in Dayton this coming ’__________ I XllU I 0110 VIClIIH I S I I HO IDA I IrOklK 11 VlllC I other children, Joyce, 6, and Rich- ard, three months, both of whom have been given gamma globulin week-end will be Alan Alexander land Ronald, 14-year-old pals. D^l!- I The boys have made a11 their I Cathy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Webb, who have two I .. rd., Cleveland Heights. I Child Run Over By I in Auto Is Recovering I as a protection against a paralysis in the event they should also be I home ana recovering stricken. injuries received when she was run The Webbs moved to East Cleve- |over ,by a car as she Played in the land two months ago from Cleve- parking lot in the rear of 16378 Ignd, I Sgt. Hartford is in charge of the School Safety Program under supervision of Lt. Charles Vyse, head of the Safety Division. In addition to the more common ly accepted rules for safe conduct in traffic, pertinent illustrations suggest what a child should do and should not do in those instances in which they are all too often, the innocent victims. Children and their parents are urged to notify the police at once pf any violations of these suggestions and rules. Emphasis is placed on the import ance of getting the license number of any automobile being driven by such violators. Chief Weaver urges all parents to read the booklet, and then talk it over with their children, giving special attention to the wee folk entering school this fall for the first time. The safety booklet suggests: Any stranger who tries to join in youh play. 2. Any stranger who asks you to go with him. Any stranger who tries to have conversation with you in the movies. Any stranger who tries to touch you in the movies. Any stranger who tries to have you disobey any of the rules in this booklet. Always tration if any Always description of the stranger. Study these pictures and care fully remember what each one means to you. Be sure to let your parents see this folder. 3. 4. wj10 ajs0 an excenent place kick- the 1953-1954 school year begin I has ^een runnjng wey in early their safety work next Tuesday 5. 6. passing star with Shaw’s 7. 8. 9. Coach Eddie Finnigan has been I*ossibly the two youngest un­ 4. own arrangements for their excit- 5. ing adventure, from bus tickets to show tickets to lodging. They leave 6. Friday morning, returning Monday East Cleveland’s second polio I morning. victim of the season, 4-year-old I Alan, son of Dr. and Mrs. Homer Cathy Webb is home from City I Alexander, 2025 Lee blvd., is car Hospital, and recuperating nicely. I rying a letter from his Dad in the She was admitted to City Hospital I event of needed identification. Ron on August 26th and proved to have I aid is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mil a light attack of the disease, minus I ton E. Comman, 3407 Lounesdale paralysis. from Euclid ave. on August 21st, is East Cleveland’s first polio vic- Phyllis Hoffsinger, 5. She is the tim, David Stephens, 8%-year-old (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hoff singer who live in the apart Stephens, 18303 Milan ave., ad-| ment at that address. mitted to City Hospital July 81st, Phyllis was rushed to Huron is still a patient there. Another Hoad Hospital by the driver of the child in this family was also treat- car involved and later removed •d with gamma globulin. (home. The driver was not held. ast Cleveland Leader Published In Conjunction with The SCOOP in Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid Thursday, September 3, 1953 East Cleveland, Ohio ,w3* Shown on the front page is a picture of Sgt. William Hartford telling a foursome at Mayfair School the importance of being safety conscience. This Week-End car, mark down the regis of the stranger’s the try to remember To the Parents Constantly remind your children the following rules: Never accept rides strangers. of 1. 2. from from Never accept candy strangers. Always report any stranger loitering on foot, or in a car near schools, playgrounds or other places where children assemble, to their teacher, police officer, mailman, driver or parents. Always try to secure the istration number of the write it with a pencil or scratch it with a stick in the road or on the sidewalk with a stone. Always try to get a description of the stranger. Remind your child that the police officer is his friend and for the child to go to the police officer at any time that he is in trouble. REMEMBER YOUR MAY SAVE THE LIFE LITTLE BOY OR GIRL. 3. bus reg car, Horvitz Gets Bid For Euclid Re-Surfacing Job The State Highway Department has awarded the contract for the resurfacing of Euclid ave. from the west city limit to Doan ave. to the Horvitz Construction Co. Work is to be started within about ten days. The estimated cost for the curb to-curb resurfacing is |70,000. Of this sum the State of Ohio pays 50%, the County pays 25%, and the City of East Cleveland and the Cleveland Transit Co. share the balance, or 25%. There’s trouble brewing when Reno Sweeney (Jill Denison) comes to the aid of Billy Crocker (Jack

Walsh) when they meet unexpect edly on an ocean liner as Billy discovers Hope Caourt (Martha Wagner) the girl he loves, is aboard with her fiance Sir Evelyn Oakleigh (Phil Traci). In the mid dle is Dr. Moon, Public Enemy No. 13 is played by Jim Austin. The story will be told by the Tarquin Players at Shaw Auditorium day and Saturday night of week. Fri this By Judy Keller When the curtain goes up at 8:30 tomorrow night, Friday, on Tar quin Dramatic Club’s musical, “Anything Goes”, ten members of the cast and two crew members will be making their fourth ap pearance in these annual produce tions. Jim Austin, Jill Denison, Budd Lemmerman, Gloria Marvin, Dave Santoro, Al Singerman, i Snavely, Phil Traci, Kathy Wag ner, and Jack Walsh have ap peared in all four of Tarquin’s shows. Jim Austin, hone of the club’s founders, holds a special record. He has directed all four shows, written two of them, acted in three, and played piano for one. Dick Baldau and Judy Keller have either acted or worked on stage crew in all four shows. Appearing with these “veter ans” on the Shaw auditorium stage will be some newcomers. This will be the first Tarquin musical pro duction for Vi Anderson, Carolyn Benson, Bob Bythway, Don Chris tianson, John Cowles, Ron Duff, Elizabeth Fisher, Charlene Matia, Frank Matulis, Dorothy Michael, Marion Mira, Karen Thomas, Sarah Thomas, and Edith Zullo. Marietta Richards, Cain Park accompanist, and bonna Rgnton will be at the piano for the two night run, tomorrow and Satur day. Carol Inman will play bass and Chuck Alexander will be on the drums. Tickets are 75^ obtainable from any Tarquin member or at box office. the Saturday Last Tax Paying Day Leslie R. Monroe, Cuyahoga County Treasurer sends out a re minder that Saturday, September Sth, is the last day for the pay ment of last half 1952 real estate taxes. The Treasurer warns that under the law, the taxpayer must be charged with a full 10% penalty for his failure to pay on or before the deadline date. Taxpayers should send their check or postal money order with a self-addressed stamped envelope for the return of the tax receipt not later than mid night, Saturday, September 5th. Miss Irene Beatty Resigns Library Post CARE OF A The East Cleveland Library loses a much valued member of its staff in the retirement, on Septem ber 1st, of Miss M, Irene Beatty, assistant librarian. Miss Beatty came to East Cleve land from the St. Joseph, Missouri Library after an earlier experi ence in Pittsburgh. She has been active in community groups in East Cleveland and Cleveland and also in various professional associa tions. Miss Beatty’s successor is Mrs. Lillian Calder Clarke, formerly head of the Shaw High School Li brary. Miss Jeanne Applegate re places Mrs. Clarke at Shaw. Miss Beatty plans tentatively to keep Cleveland as possibly spending south. her home base, winter* in the 13,750 Circulation Guaranteed Are You Registered Just another reminder to voters who may not be registered. There will b*e a special registration in East Cleveland on Tuesday, Sep tember 15th in East Cleveland City Hall. The hours will be from 10:00 a. m. to 2:00 p. to 9:00 p. m." m. and from 4:00 also register at Elections, 1000 week-days from Persons may the Board of Superior rd., on 8:30 to 4:30 p. m. and on Satur days from 8:30 to 12 noon. Anyone who has changed his name or address, or who did not vote at the last general election, must register to be qualified vote at the General Election November. to in 1882 Swimmers At Shaw Pool Monday Beat The Heat This heat record for the summer of 1953 may well pile up a new record attendance record at the municipally operated Shaw pool, city officials announced today. When the pool closed Tuesday night (for yesterday’s Community Picnic at Euclid Beach), 65,527 swimmers had passed through the stiles since the opening day on June 9th. On Monday, when temperatures reached 99 degrees in the Cleve land area, 1882 persons enjoyed the cool, clear, pure water supplied by East Cleveland for its pool in Shaw Playground. weather, it the closing September With continued hot is planned to extend day through Friday, 4th—two more days of swimming. It closes at 5:45 p.m. on Friday. Last year from the opening date of June 9th through the closing date of August 29th, a total -of 59,224 admissions were paid in for the pool. Director of the. pool is Wayne C. Blough, principal at Shaw High School, who is assisted by a trained water safety crew that maintains constant watch over swimmers, from the wee waders to the adult swimmers. The pool is used by many per sons from neighboring communi ties which do not offer swimming as a summer recreation activity. Water Supply Plentiful Here sev the Despite water shortages in eral suburbs, supplied by Cleveland Water Department, East Cleveland has water and plenty of it. It consumed 6,750,000 gallons of water on Tuesday, a September 1st which broke all previous heat records with a 101 degree temper ature. Due to the topography of this section of Ohio, the Cleveland water system requires four differ ent pressure areas. East Cleveland is fortunate in being located in the first or low pressure area. Its sup ply of water comes from the new Nottingham reservoir. Since each pressure area is a separate area, conservation of water in one in no way affects the supply in another area. This is why East Cleveland has no sprinkling ban when water famines exist in neighboring communities. Young Matron Is Odd Accident Victim Mrs. Sally Carrol, 19, is recover ing nicely at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vaughn, 14311 Alder after under going surgery at Lakeside Hospital for the removal of her left eye. The eye was struck by a dart on August 21st, during a game being played at the Carroll’s fishing lodge at Parry Sound, Canada, which they had operated since May. According to Mrs. Vaughn, the Carrolls will take up residence in Willoughby where they resided with their eight months old son be for going to Canada. Mr. Carroll is back at his former position as a salesman with Sports Cars Ltd. Pastor Uphoff III Dr. Arnold W. Bloomfield, re tired pastor of the Lyndhurst Presbyterian Church, will occupy the pulpit of Phillips Avenue Presbyterian Church, East 125th st., at Phillips ave., during the month of September in the absence of the pastor, Rev. Dudley F. Up hoff ,who is ill. The Rev. Mr. Uphoff underwent a major operation at Mount Siani Hospital last Monday. With the coming of September the church worship hour will be changed from 10 to 10:45 a. m. Results to 9 yard dash for boys 7 40 years: 1st, Robert Bednarik, 14018 Jenne Ave. 2nd, Ronald Gold blum, 870 Ravine dr. 3rd, Jimmy McKee, 1047 Selwyn. Bean Bag Kick for girls 7 to 9 years: 1st, Nancy Lessner, Ardenall ave. 2nd, Karen miller, 1872 Beersford 3rd, Nausner, 1358.Elwood rd. 30-yard dash for girls 6 and under: 1st, Alice Thome, 13014 Gainsboro 2nd, Dale Child ers, 13401 Gainsboro 3rd, Evelyn Fiarello, 1371 Hayden. 30-yard dash for boys 6 years and under: 1st, Don Intihar, 1735 Holyoke 2nd, John Sivic, 14116 Potomac 3rd, Philip Detering, 1350 Hampton. 14409 Low Janis years Funnel Catch for men and wom en couples*: winning couple—Jean Rose, 2270 Belvoir and Del Ray Rossen, 1632 Pontiac. Backward run for boys 10 to 12 years: 1st, Bernie Kozar, 638 E. 118 st. 2nd, Fred Parsh, 1749 Coit ave. 3rd, Tom Brussee, 1888 Burnette ave. 40-yapd dash for girls 10 to 12 years: 1st, Carol Parsh, 1749 Coit ave. 2nd, Antoinia Sivik, 14116 Potomac 3rd, Gloria Carmel, 14013 Scioto. 50-yard dash for boys 13 to 15 years: 1st, Tony Massaro, 1839 Brightwood "~J, Jack Stevens, 1612 Pontiac i Baus, 1783 Coit rd. 40-yard dash for girls 13 to 15 years: 1st, Darlene Massaro, 1839 Brightwood 2nd, Nancy Novak, 14402 Mayfair 3rd, Lucille Palaz zo, 900 Woodview. Crab Race for boys 6 years and under: 1st, John Sivic, 14116 Poto mac 2nd, Don Intihar, 1735 Holy oke 3rd, Philip Detering, 1350 Hampton. Sack race for boys 7 to 9 yeara: 1st, Bob Bednarik, 14018 Jenne 2nd, Billy Bartram, 1371 Hayden 3rd, John Sivic, 14116 Potomac. Lame duck race for girls 7 to 9 years: 1st, Nancy Lessner, 14409 Ardenall 2nd, Christina Dreifort, 1877 Hastings 3rd, Joan Stanick, 14412 Ardenall. Sack race for boys 10 to 12 years: 1st, Tony Massaro, 1839 Brightwood 2nd, Fred Parsh, 1749 Coit 3rd, Raymond Giabfelder, 13613 Garden. Sack race for girls 10 to 12 years: 1st, Antonia Sivik, 14116 Potomac 2nd, Carol Parsh, 1749 Coit 3rd, Lillian Dunmire, 905 Woodview. Sack race for boys 13 to 15 years: 1st, Russel Miller, 14718 Ardenall 2nd, Gary Stevens, 1612 Pontiac 3rd, Tony Rittner, 14307 Mayfair. Kangaroo race for girls 13 to 15 years: 1st, Jean Sivic, 14116 Po tomac 2nd, Mary Ann Thomas, 14304 Euclid 3rd, Cheryl Ann Pidgeon, 13311 Shaw. Balloon kicking for women: 1st,] you “Will please display a poster for the Shaw Alumni Dance”, Susan Struggles and Jim Stratton ask Earl Palmer as they drop in on this Texaco station on Euclid ave. “Sure thing”, replies Palmer, thinking of his three sons, SHS grads all, Dick who graduated in ’40 Jack in '46 and Bob in ’50. CALL NEWS to PO. 1’3378 Even Record Heat Crowd At Home East Clevelanders have done it again. Again they have demonstrated that spirit of co-operation and civic pride which has won fame for their fair city. Yesterday, despite a sizzling heat that probably broke the Tuesday 101 record temperature for September, they turned out enmass from Grandpappy down to junior for the Community Picnic. Race To be perfectly frank, commit teemen had been dubious about the outcome of the postponed picnic. But the downpour which rained it out in July had no effect on the real picnic spirit. Early in the day the folks started arriving at the park. The youngsters wanted to be there in time for the races and its grand finale watermelon. Others wanted to cool off on the thrillers. Older folks enjoyed*the cooler air of the park while visiting with former neighbors and friends. The Picnic Committee announces that persons holding winning tickets for gifts not picked up last night, may get the gift by calling at Harry Martins Dry Goods store* 1380 Hayden ave. Homemakers added items to their household list after viewing the merchants’ display tin the Log Cabin. Gallons of coffee were served from a glass lined hot water heater, the envy of many a mother. The men went for the auto dis play, comparing cars to their hearts content. A big thank-you goes to those busy beavers who under the chair manship of Don Fisher were re sponsible for all the lovely prizes from the Grand Prize of a brand new Mercury car down to the last gift. On this Prize Crew were: Wil bur Baumgarten, Bob Barkley, Al Cutler, Joe Diamond, Horrace Dunn, Lou DiVito, Milton Glick, Chris Gramines, Ted Herringshaw, Bob Henderson, Chas. Hamilton, Nelson Kubitz, Sam Leslie,, Scotty MacDonald, Al Norwick, George Nelson, Bob McNeeley, Wm. Powell, Jay Parrish, Edward Paul, Lou Plannic, Rollin Rendlesham, Floyd Rowland, Bob Stratton, jr., Sandy Sandberg, Tony Tomsic, and Ed. Norwick who serves as secre tary. Pictures of wrecked cars in local accident cases were posted in the Safety Display of the East Cleve land Police Department. In charge of this display was Sgt. William Hartford. Drivers of cars got a kick out o ftesting their agility in a “from accelerator to break” performance. A 44 second record is good for the 15 changes in the cycle. As usual Rickie was on hand with his broadpasting system to add to the pleasure of the day. Results of the evening platform program and pichic pictures will be carried in next week’s Leader. Sue Stremole, 14121 Potomac 2nd, Mrs. Segulin, 15613 Saranac. Egg throw for men, won by Bernie Kozar, 638 East 118th st, and Gary Stevens, 1612 Pontiac. The Winner of the Mercury was Mrs. Margaret Hart 13908 Strathmore Ave. Dance September 12th $' The boys were real Shaw folk, taking an active part in sports and other school activities. Dance chairman reports 700 grads already signed up to have fun Saturday, September 12th at the old stamping ground, Mentor on-the-Beach. “We want to elude every grad who can there. in-1 get

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