29 Ekim 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Gazetesi Sayfa 1

29 Ekim 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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Mail Addresses Business: Hl4 E. I5?nd St. Phone Glenville I-43B3 News: 14600 Euclid Ave Apt 30? In East Cleveland there are no local issues before the voters. COUNTY ISSUES THE SUBWAY—The county is asking approval of a $35,000,000 bond issue to build a subway in downtown Cleveland to serve the rapid transit lines of CTS and the Heights. It is claimed the subway would end traffic congestion in the down town area, and that thousands now driving automobiles into the cen tral area would use rapid transit. This would greatly enhance the value of downtown property and bolster business of stores. However, the $35,000^000 is not a firm figure on cost. No test borings have been made or plans prepared. Property owners in all parts of the county are being asked to pay for an improvement of special benefit to Heights resi dents and the CTS riders who will be served by the rapid lines. There are many thousands who will be compelled to use other forms of transportation, and for whom a ride on the rapid and Veterans To Honor Gold Star Families A program to honor all the Gold Star families of this community is being planned by East Cleveland Post No. 1500 Veterans of Foreign Wars and East Cleveland Post No. 163 American Legion. A special invitation is being extended to the fathers of these families. The program will be held Sun day, November 5th at 8:00 p.m. in The Trinity United Brethren Church, Hayden at Alder ave. The pastor of this church, the Reverend Weldon Fulmer has been delegated by the iMnisterial Association of East Cleveland to workz with the general committee on the arrange ments. The speaker for the evening will be Lieut. Governor John Brown of Ohio. The heads of all Gold Star fam ilies are requested to send their names to either the East Cleveland Post No. 1500 V.F.W., 18403 Euclid ave., zone 12 or to the East Cleve land 'Post 163, American Legion, 15544 Euclid ave., East Cleveland. Serving as co-chairman for the meeting are the respective service chairmen of the two military groups, Edward Paul of the VFW, and William Stewart of the Le gion. Other members on the plan ning committee are VFW Com mander Dan LaGatta and Mrs. Marion Wigglesworth, president of the VFW Auxiliary and Post Com mander J. F. Kramer and Mrs. Fred Frey, president of the Legion Auxiliary. All members and friends of these two groups and all other eprsons are invited to attend this program honoring Gold Star families. Missionary Held By Communists, Speaks the Saturday, October 31st, is Dinner Meeting for Baptist Lay men at the East Cleveland Baptist Church, Euclid at Rosemont rd., at 6:30 p. m. Dr. Wm. E. Braisted American Baptist missionary re cently released from Communist China will be the speaker. Any men of the community interested in hearing Dr. Braisted are cor* dially invited to a discussion period to be held at 7:30 p. m. following the dinner. Dr. Wm. E. Braisted will be the guest preacher at The East Cleve land Baptist Church, Sunday, Nov ember 1st. Volume No. XI—No. 44 The Questions And Issues Before Voters Tuesday For weeks we have been deluged with letters, pamphlets and others forms of advertising urging support of the various questions and issues on which the voters are asked to pass when they go to the polls next Tuesday. Most voters just won’t be bothered with the .long “ex planations” that have been issued by the proponents of the various issues. In some cases the propaganda is like an insurance policy. It looks good on the surface, but the fine print contains many pitfalls. We’ve spent considerable time examining all of the literature supplied and checked on matters the proponents failed to emphasize. We hope our summary will be o/ assistance to you. use of the subway would be a novelty. We feel that those who will get quick rides to their destination and the downtown interests that will benefit should pay the freight. VOTE NO. THE COUNTY BUILDING Here is an example of asking ap proval of projects without plans. Back in 1946 county officials asked and received approval of a $3,250, 000 bond issue to erect a county building. No plans or real cost estimates were ready. Eventually they found the amount insuffi cient. Now with plans ready, they ask an additional $4,100,000 to do the job. The building is needed and would have been in use by now if the officials had planned before they went off half cocked in 1946. VOTE YES. THE WELFARE LEVY This is a renewal at 1.7 mills. There is no argument against the need. VOTE YES. STATE AMENDMENTS There are nine proposed amend ments to the State Constitution on the ballot. They are numbered from 1 to 9. Numbers three to nine are easy to dispose of. All are merely deleting obsolete sections. VOTE YES. HIGHWAYS This is No 1. Proposes that that state issue $500,000,000 in bonds to build high ways. No additional taxes required. Monies now dribbled out each year for a little new pavement here and a bit there would be used to build much needed adequate highways. The money now dribbled away would be used to pay off the bonds. VOTE YES. STATE SCHOOL BOARD This is No. 2. Proposes to estab lish a state board of education. At present the head of public schools in the state is a political appoin tee. Ohio is one of only four states that does not have a non-political state board. A move to take the public schools out of politics. VOTE YES. Willson Church Has 60th Anniversary Willson Methodist Church, lo cated at East 55th st. and Luther ave. is celebrating its sixtieth an niversary Sunday, November 6th and invites all old-time members and friends to be present. This will be an all day program with a special service at 10:45 a. m. with Rev. J. D. Green, pastor in 1924-25 as speaker. At 1:30 p. m. a pot luck dinner will be served and at 4 p. m. a memory time will be conducted with former ministers and others reminiscing. About 5:30 p. m. dessert and coffee will be served followed by an informal time in the sanctuary. For further information call Mrs. R. P. Webber, HE. 1-8825 or Mrs. Walter J. Pfeiffer, IV. 1-0894. Name Attorney To Draft Board John A. Rich, chairman of Selec tive Service Board No. 29 an nounces the appointment of Gerald E. Johnson of the firm of Gris wold, Kapp & Johnson, as vice chairman of the board. He replaces Marvin L. Shaw who resigned September 1st to campaign as a candidate for municipal judge in Cleveland Heights. David M. Spence is the secretary for the board which has its offices in Prospect School. It serves the East Cleveland and Cleveland Heights area. Mr. Johnson resides at 2270 South Overlook rd. this $740.15 Is Kirks Top Chest Gift When Kirk’s Student Council Officers, Sandra Andrews, Lary Crystal and Carol Atchison, count ed the students’ donations to the Community Chest drive for 1953 and got a total of $740.15, they knew all records had been broken. Only once since Kirk opened in 1930 have students contributed over $500.00. Another record was broken when Peggy Webster and Allen Johnson proudly presented their home room contribution of $61.00. The previous high for individual home rooms had been $43.00. Undoubtedly Sally Reynolds of Shaw High School, one of the Community Chest student speak ers, played a large part in Kirk’s successful drive. The story of her trip through several of the Feather Agencies inspired Student Council members heard her. "Take A Kid To Worship Sunday" “Take a Kid to Worship” pro gram will be observed in East Cleveland on the week-end of No vember 1st, it was announced to day by Art Williams, Chairman of the East Cleveland Kiwanis Com mittee on Support of Churches in Their Spiritual Aims. “The purpose of the observance is to urge all adults to take chil dren, especially less privileged children, to places of worship of their choice,” Mr. Williams said. The program is inter-denomi national. Sponsored directly by Kiwanis International and the National Kids’ Day Foundation, the “Take a Kid to Worship” program is staged in conjunction with re ligious leaders of all faiths, who have designated November as na tional “Religion in American Life” month. “If everybody would fill his car with youngsters on their day of worship this week-end and take them to church, our entire nation would benefit,” said Mr. Williams. Attendents Present At 25th Anniversary Five .members of the original wedding party were present when Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Rigot of 1170 Yellowstone rd., Cleveland Heights (formerly of this city) celebrated their silver wedding an niversary on Saturday, Oct. 24th. Present at the anniversary held in the American Legion Home were Mrs. Rigot’s father, Jacob Gaub who gave her in marriage two bridesmaids, Mrs. Marge Cado and Mrs. Mildred Jacobson her brother, Raymond Gaub who was the best man, and Mr. Rigot’s brother, Ger ald, who ushered. The couple were mai*ried on Oc tober 20, 1928 in Grace Lutheran Church, Cedar rd. They have four children, Edward, Joan, David and Eric. Mr. Rigot is production man ager at The Cleveland Worm & Gear Co. The evening was spent in visiting and dancing and a buffet lunch was served. Every Voter To The Polls N £. & IL Red all who East Cleveland Leader Published in Conjunction with The SCOOP In Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid Thursday. October 29, 1953 East Cleveland. Ohio This Police Job Means Study tl Ml- to 1 '*1, When East Cleveland police reach the scene of a crime, they are going to be well prepared to handle the case from a purely scientific approach. This is what they are studying in this picture, (starting with the second man from the left) Patrolmen Earl Lefferts, Charles Guenther, Richard Bode and Pres ton Shearer. Lending a hand in explaining the text for the home work session is Lieut Thomas O’Brien. The text book “Crime Investiga tion,” by Paul L. Kirk, professor of Criminalistics and Bio-chem istry at the University of Califor nia, is being used in a course being given at Western Reserve Uni versity for police officers of the area. East Cleveland tops the suburb rolls with 40 police-stu dents. The book cites the importance of Physical Evidence and Labora tory Techniques in solving crimes. Its amazing how much attention must be given to the seemingly in consequential bit of glass, strand Of hair, or a snag of clothing found at the scene of a crime. Every item that can be moved, goes under one of the special microscopes in the laboratory to weave together the evidence that will determine a suspect innocent or guilty. Commenting on the course, Chief of Police H. S. Weaver said “The stronger the individual officer, the stronger the department the bet ter trained the officers, the better he can serve the community and protect himself. “Here, in East Cleveland,” he added, “we think of our police Work as a profession. We aim to keep it on a high level by careful selection of personnel, and thor ough training to make good offi cers having the respect and the confidence of the citizens.” Detective Harold Bode is just home from London, Ohio, where he completed a course at London Prison Farm. Other specially trained men on the force include Lieut. Edwin Polk who attended the FBI school in Washington Lieut. Pat O’Malley, Patrolman Bode and Sgt. William Hartford, all of whom have attended the special traffic safety school Northwestern Universiay. at Child Auto Victim Succumbs To Injuries by In a coma since she was hit an automobile in the early evening of October 16th while crossing the street near her home, 3870 Summit Park ave., Cleveland Heights, Marilyn Akers, 6, died in Huron Road Hospital "Tuesday morning. Marilyn, daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Harry W. Akers, in company with her mother and younger bro ther, Billy, had just alighted from a Noble rd. bus a few minutes be fore the accident. The auto was south bound on Noble rd. No charge has been placed against the driver. 1 Marilyn was the niece of Mrs. Hasel Struthers of 15327 Wattoa dr., a teacher in Prospect ScheeL i Open House For Retiring PO Employees Open house will be held Sunday afternoon from two until five o’clock for DeLisle Barnes who is retiring from service with the V. 8. Postal Department. Most recently at the Shore Branch, Mr. Barnes was for many ye«rs /it the East Cleveland Post office. His home is at 135 East 199th at i Name Dr. Stewart To Staff Booth

Memorial Hospital Dr. John Sloan Stewart, 15908 Hazel rd., East Cleveland, has been appointed resident physician at the Salvation Army Booth Memorial Hospital, 1881 Torbenson dr. An nouncement of the appointment is made by Dr. Howard P. Taylor, chief of the medical staff. Dr. Stewart is a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Tech nology and Cornell University and received his medical degree at Cornell in 1945. He served intern ships in obstetrics and gynecology at New York City Lying-In Hospi tal and Orange, N. J. Memorial Hospital. He has had graduate training as resident at City Hospi tal and MacDonald House at Uni versity Hospitals. Local Schools Are Featured In Movie About Key Clubs A movie that may not win any “Oscars” but that is currently in great demand throughout the na tion, is telling the story of Greater Cleveland High School boys and the Key Club. The Key Club, a Kiwanis spon sored activity, is rapidly spreading throughout the nation’s high schools with Cleveland playing an important part in the program. Featured in the picture which was produced here early this year are the Key Clubs of Collinwood High and Euclid, in addition to numerous other such organizations throughout the metropolitan area. Responsible for the production of the film and the story it contains is Bob Thrippleton of the Univer sity Circle Kiwanis Club. He not only filmed the 30 minute movie but also edited it and is now booking showing dates. National Commit teeman on Key Clubs, C. F. Sharp has also devoted much time in the presentation of this film as well as assisting in the producing. Since its release this summer, the film has been shown in Texas, New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, India na, and of course Ohio. Just last week, eight Kiwanis Club and high school principal groups saw the film and were enthused by the adult-like goings on of the high school boys. Scenes in the picture showed how the Key Club at Collinwood High was formed. A good bit of the film shows the first State Convention activities held this year at Euclid High School. 13.750 Circulation Guaranteed Local Area Chest Goal In Sight Half-way totals for East Cleve land area indicate that the Com munity Chest drive, which ends to day, will reach the record total goal of $7,385,000. Metropolitan Division headquarters announced, after its largest mid- campaign meeting last Friday, that 48.2 per cent of its total goal had been pledged. At the meeting, district chairman J. J. Eckert said that section chair men Paul Broer, William Cumler and Jack Gayer reported that $3,315.37 had been pledged, or 24.8 percent of the district quota. Last minute solicitation calls are now being completed. Repeat calls on those people who were out when the volunteers first called, will be com pleted tomorrow, so that the chair men can give the final figures at the closing dinner tonight at the Hotel Statler. Area chairman is R. R. Stratton. John A. Greene, president of the Ohio Bell Telephone Company, and campaign chairman, who has worked untiringly to make this 36th annual Red Feather campaign a successful one, congratulated the 35,000 volunteer workers, but told them not to let up until the last name on their lists had been seen. “We want no moral victory, be cause moral victories do not pro vide the 40,000 Red Feather serv ices required each day in Greater Cleveland. Only total victory will assure the continuation of these services in 1954,” said Greene. 328 Fans Ready For Card Special To Libby Game Up to Tuesday evening 328 Shaw football fans, students and non students had purchased tickets to travel the Cardinal Special to Toledo for the Shaw-Libby game there Friday evening. The goal was 300. There are a few Yeservations still available and Robert Louis, Shaw Athletic Manager, will be at the East Cleveland Railroad station be tween 4:00 and 4:15 p.m. Friday, October 30th with tickets to accom odate any late comers. The train pulls out at 4:30 p.m. The New York Central System has added another coach—a bag gage car—to the originally planned seven coach train, now making it nine coaches. The baggage car will be used for dancing enroute. Faculty members who will also make the trip include Wayne C. Blough, principal at Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Cassil Reynard, Miss Nina Webb R. N. Miss Harriet Carpen ter, Miss Norma Smith, Mi$s Mar gery Shields and S. Robert Fraser of the Music Department (the band and majorettes all will be there), William Lange and Kenneth Wil liams, the latter two from Kirk Jr. High School. Pageant To Highlight Open House Open House at W. H. Kirk Junior High School on Wednesday, November 11th will be different from any similar occasion to now. It is going to be an historical pageant in observance of Ohio’s Sesquicentennial year. Kirk faculty, student body and PTA unit are working together to present the four scenes comprising the pageant the title for which was gleaned through a student contest. Submitting the winning title, “Our Heritage in Ohio” were Carolyn Pierce and Lauren Schenk. Miss Jessie Lange is general chairman for the Open House eve ning, which will include an exhibit being planned by Miss Mildred Owings. Albert Martin, drama in structor at Kirk, will direct the pageant and Miss Aileen Davis is searching for the appropriate cos tumes required in the script writ ten by Miss Naomi Caldwell. Organ Recital Sunday Edwin Arthur Kraft will pre sent the second of his series of monthly organ recitals in Trinity Cathedral, Sunday afternoon, No vember 1st, at 4 o’clock. The program will consist of com positions by Bach, Purcell, Men Van Huke, Tschaikowsky and Vierne. There will be a reception for Mr. Kraft and the, choir imme diately after the recital. 14,01 EUCLID AVEhus CLEVELAND. O. World Community Day will be observed by Protestant women all over the world on Friday, Novem ber 7th. The East Cleveland dis trict meeting will be held at 10:00 a.m. at St. James Lutheran Church, 1424 Hayden ave. with Mrs. Wal lace Teare as the speaker. At this meeting “Helps for Home” the project for this year, will be as sembled and dedicated to the desti tute refugee families of Europe and Asia. In these helps will be towels,’J washcloths, sheets and cases, quilts, curtains and table linen. The city- wide observance of World Community Day will be at Trinity Cathedral Friday Novem ber 6th at 8:00 p.m. when Dr. Frank Laubach will speak on “The Nations Learn Compassion.” Dr. Laubach has recently returned to this country after 18 months in India where he assisted in that country’s literacy program. His lecture is open to the public. A voluntary offering will be taken. Music will be furnished by Edwin Arthur Kraft at the organ and the Schauffler College Choir. Teachers Go To School Friday Pupils Can Play Public schools will be dismissed Thursday evening until Monday, due to the annual meeting of the North East Ohio Teachers Associa tion being held here Friday, Oc tober 30th. Miss Lucile Proovo, dean of girls at Shaw High School will have charge of the session for the North East Ohio Deans Associa tion in Hotel Statler when Miss Kathryn Hopwood, assistant dean at Ohio State Universiay will be the speaker. In presenting her subject “What Is Your P.Q.” (Participation Quoti ent) Miss Hopwood will he as sisted by six Shaw High School students, Gayle Bowden, Irene Bilinski, Sally Reynolds, Tony Beranek, Dean Louise and David Davis. E. M. Preston, principal of Pros pect Elementary School is super vising the ushers, chosen from the Future Teachers of America clubs in the high schools of the North Eastern district. “I had no idea there was that much to it” commented a Kiwanian Monday after listening to George Todd tell about the Driver Educa tion course at Shaw High School. Mr. Todd, the instructor, was the speaker at the club’s luncheon meeting. Procedure for the entire course, explained Mr. Todd, is set up by the State Department of Education with the co-operation of the State Highway Department, the AAA, the oBard of Education and the East Cleveland Police Department. As a co-operating agency the State Highway Department gives certain tests and conducts the quizzes on the department’s Driv er’s Manual. With the instructor it signs the Certificate of Profi ciency given each person upon sat isfactory completion of the course. This certificate, said rM. Todd, may be accepted by the Registrar of Motor Vehicles in the issuing of a driver’s license. The AAA is another close super vising agent. The textbook “Sports manlike Attitude” and the work book which parallels it, chapter by sday 5. Vote Early 1^ CALL NEWS to PO. 1-3378 Board Of Education Offers Only Contest In Election, Locally East Cleveland electors will receive two ballots when they step up to cast their votes in the election next Tuesday, November 3rd, between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., Eastern Standard Time. A list of the polling places will be found in another column. On one ballot will be listed the nine state and three county issues, all of which are covered in another article in this issue of the leader. On one ballot will be listed the candidates seeking the offices of Commissioner, Justice of the Peace, Local World Day Service Constable and Board of Education. The only contest is on the school board, three candidates seeking two vacancies. The municipal candidates and the office they seek are: For City Commission (four to be elected): Walter H. Sutter, 13707 Sixth ave. Richard S. Horan, IP"* Marloes ave. Paul W. Broer, 141._ Terrace rd. Frank H. Fellows, 2122 Alton rd. For Justice of the Peace (one to it): Russell M. Riegler, 1322 L-yden ave. For Constable (two to elect) Ed ward J. Friel, 1853 Allendale Vic tor M. Spohn, 1762 Chapman ave. Seeking election to three places on the board of education are Mrs. Meriam Morgan, George Nelson and Mrs. Harriet Baldau. Mrs. Morgan and Mr. Nelson are standing on their past 20 year record during which they have maintained the high educational standing of the East Cleveland Schools educationally, and have steered a sound financial course. Believing that instruction is of first importance, they have sup ported the continuing curriculum study, required critical examina tion of text books, and careful selection of all personnel. Mrs. Morgan introduced the single salary schedule for teachers. Working with other members, they have just completed a pro gram which this year saw the start of an expanded physical edu cation program, made possible by the elector-voted funds for Shaw, Rozelle and Caledonia gymnasiums and other physical building im provements. Following a survey by the League of Women Voters and the PTA Council, the board introduced adfult night classes at Shaw High School, a venture later dropped due to lack of interest. Mrs. Baldau urges greater use of school buildings after school hours for adult and youth educa tion and recreation programs. She believes board members have the dual responsibility of keeping the superintendent informed of the community’s point of view. Wholesome family recreation, says Mrs. Baldau rates high in advantages families seek in locat ing their families. She believes the school board has an obligation to offer such opportunities, that the suburb may continue to be one at tracting families of school-age children Vesper Memorial Hour Congregational Church On Sunday, November 1st, Rev. Earl C. Hochwald, pastor of East Cleveland Congregational Church, will conduct a Memorial Vesper Service. In prayer and meditation honor will be paid to the memory of all church members who have died during the period of his min istry. The full choir will also par ticipate in the service which will begin at four o’clock. There's A Lot Of Know-How To Driving An Automobile chapter, are AAA prepared as are the lessons plans. The course, said Mr. Todd, is elective and gives 510 point credit. It includes 36 clock hours class room, 24 clock hours in the dual control automobile, six hours of which must be behind the wheel. Only such mechanical instruction as concerns those parts of the car which the driver uses in driving, is given. To enroll pupils must be 16 years of age, have a terr—irary driver’s eprmit and the wrii i con sent of their parents. Quoting statistics, Mr. Todd said two out of every three persons in America drive some kind of a motor vehicle. He said the trend for safer driving is toward a re quired driver education course to graduation from high school. Looking to the future, the speak er believes that present highway planning must give way to plans for express, superhighv-ys rnd parkways, and many tr icoL..a ental highways to accomodate the ever increasing number of vehicles on the roads

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