12 Kasım 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Gazetesi Sayfa 1

12 Kasım 1953 Tarihli East Cleveland Leader Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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Mai News: 14680 Enclid Ave. Apt. 30? At its meeting Monday, Novem ber 9th, the Board of Education awarded the R. & M. Heating and Air Conditioning Co. the contract for .repairing Shaw Pool. It has been necessary to close the pool two times since the opening of school in September. Cost of the repairs is estimated at $5,718.00. In his report of a thorough checking of the pool machinery, N. F. Leist, assistant to the super intendent recommended the pur chase of two new filter tanks, to replace the original tanks installed when the pool was built in 1915 and the removal of a third filter Dorothy Nossett YWCA Fellowship Meeting Speaker Miss Dorothy Nossett Miss Dorothy Nossett, Associate Executive of the Cleveland YWCA, will speak on the subject “From Dollars to People” at the East Cleveland YWCA’s annual World Fellowship Breakfast, to be held at the East Cleveland YMCA, on Monday, November 16th, from 10:00 to 11:30 a. m. The theme is “The Netherlands”, one of the countries in which the YW has an extensive program. Miss Nossett is not new to East Cleveland. She was its executive secretary before becoming a staff member of the National YWCA. It is from the wealth of experience gained during this latter service that she will ta|k about the inter esting and valuable work of the World’s YWCA in 65 countrites. Special guests will be the Hon orable J. R. Wierdsma, Counsul of The Netherlands in Cleveland, and Mrs. Wierdsma. The Shaw High Choral group, directed, by Miss Marjorie Shields, will sing. Assisting Mrs. James Hughey, fellowship chairman, are Mrs. E. Dana Brooks, Mrs. C. A. Dauber, Mrs. Frank Holzheimer, Mrs. Robert Humphrey, Mrs. Glenn Kit son, Mrs. Louis Schmidt, Mrs. Don ald Shelton, Mrs. John Tomcho, Mrs. H. T. Walker, and Mrs. Ken neth Watkins. Reservations will be received at the YWCA, UL. 1-2220. -Every body is welcome. DeMolay Parents' Dinner Tuesday Heights Chapter, Order of De Molay, will hold its ‘annual Par ents’ Banquet Tuesday evening, November 17th at 6:30 p. m. at the East Cleveland YMCA, Euclid ave. at Lee rd. All members and their families are urged to attend this obligatory service which will be highlighted by a program of films concerning driving and a topic entitled “Ad ministration of Today vs. 25 Years Ago” to be presented by Chief Weaver and members of the East Cleveland Police Department. The roast beef dinner will be prepared and served by members of the Mothers’ Club. Working on the event are Ronald S. Presley,, master councilor Mrs. E. J. Mere dith, Mothers’ Club president and Mr. Leon Nixon, Chapter advisor. /3T CLtVlkAlW LIBKAM J4im E’JCLir? AVENUfi CLEVELAHO, 9t isfts Business: 814 E. I5?nd St. Phone Glenville 1-4383 Volume No. XL-No. 46 To Completely. Overhaul Shaw Pool Filters At Expenditure Of $5,718 tank which was installed in 1921. Also recommended was the pur chase of a new hot water tank with a built in converter, all new copper plumbing, and a new pump, re taining the present pump as an auxiliary. A further checking of the steam heater used for tempering the pool water will determine if the present one can still be used or if a new one is necessary. Mr. Leist told the board mem bers that these repairs shoud end pool shutdowns for at least ten years as far as breakdowns in the filter room are concerned. He also indicated that the renovations will cut down the time required by pool attendants in backwashing the pool water. Where it now requires four hours for this task, it will need but two with the new filters. It will require an estimated eight days to make the new installations following receipt of the tanks, plumbing etc., necessary as set up in the approved repair program. Mr. Leist said he was informed by the contracting company that the supplies would be had as quickly as possible. A goodly number of PT A rep resentatives attended the meeting. Dinner Marks Exchange Club 25th Birthday On Saturday evening, November 14th, the Exchange Club of East Cleveland is celebrating its 25th Anniversary with a dinner meet ing, followed by a dance, in the Petite Cafe of Hotel Carter. The East Cleveland Club was chartered in November of 1928, and two of the charter members will be pre sent at this celebration, viz., Dr. J. C. Tay and Mr. Hoyt S. Scott. The president, Richard S. Wat kins, will preside at the banquet. Mr. Kenneth A. Bolmeyer, District Governor for the Greater Cleve land area of Exchange, will repre sent the National Exchange Club. Mr. George Conley, the president of the Ohio State Exchange Clubs, and Mr. Al Fahrland, member of the State Board of Control, will be among the distinguished guests. Presidents of other Exchange Clubs in Cuyahoga County will also be rpesent with their wives. Today Is Their Golden Wedding Day Today is a day long to be re membered by Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson, 14633 Euclid ave. It is their golden wedding day and helping them celebrate' the happy event will be their six children, their eight grand children and one great-grandchild. Mrs. William E. Kelley came all the way from Wichita, Kansas to join her sisters and brothers, Miss Wanda, Mrs. Gilbert D. Draudt, Mrs. Kenneth G. Lamos, Stanley and Charles in the celebration at the Erickson home. Mr. and Mrs. Erickson were born and married in Sweden and their first four children were born there. In 1909 the family came to the United States taking up resi dence in Philadelphia where Mr. Erickson followed his trade as an engraver of fine glass. They have been in Cleveland for a number of years and Mr. Erickson is now re tired. Local Pharmacist Is Hold-Up Victim In a hold-up at the Timen Phar macy, 11444 Superior ave. Monday, November 9th, two men, one of whom was armed, obtained about $800 from the ■proprietor, Jack A. Timen of 13715 Terrace rd., Mrs., Timen, an employee and two cus tomers. All were forced into the basement by way of a trap door. Mrs. Timen lost $30 in her purse. Mrs. Ullie Cox, of 1437 East 123rd st., a clerk, lost her purse contain ing $110. The two men customers were also victims. Copy Early!. A REMINDER: Copy for the Thursday, November 26th issue is due Saturday, November 21st. Pictures for that issue must be in by Wednesday, November 18th. Dis tribution of that week’s paper will be on Tuesday, November 24th. The same pattern will be followed for the December 24th issue. Notices may Je sent in earlier with release date indicated. & Wins Promotion John F. Huth, jr. of 12723 Speed way Overlook has been promoted to associate editor of the Sunday and feature editoin of the Cleve land Plain Dealer. Huth, a graduate of Western Re serve University has been with the newspaper since 1936. At the same time Peter B. Green ough, $01 Bratenahl rd., Bratenahl, was also named an associate edi tor. He has been with the Plain Dealer since 1947. Both Huth and Greenough served with the Air Force in World War II. Their promotions came when Philip W. Porter was named to the post of Sunday editor upon the death of William G. Vorpe. Talent Show Prevue On Air Sunday Following final auditions tonight at Chambers School, the talent committee for the fourth annual Kiwanis Talent Show will start ar ranging the stellar attractions into a smooth, fast moving revue that is bound to delight the audience at Kirk Auditorium Friday night, No vember 20th. Just as a sample of the gay acts in store for patrons at this show by the 19-year olds and under, three acts will be televized Sun day through the courtesy of Phil Snyder of East End Nash. Mr. Snyder has arranged to have the prevue on the Sidney Andorn show over WXEL at 3:00 .m. In this sample will be a dance by fast stepping Doris Anne Eichler, and an accordion number by Albert Pranskevich. Keay Don aldson, who won the hearts of her audience at the last year Kiwanis Talent Show with her Scottish dances, will round out the trio. Keay will appear in full Scottish costume. Assisting Dr. Leonard Samar tini and Al Huber, talent co-chair man are the Pecks, Carl and Agnes, together with Miss Mar jory Shields and Al Martin,, who. wilfdirect the spectacular presen tation. Special lighting will add to the attractiveness of the performance. Tickets may be had from any member of East Cleveland Kiwanis, reminds Cecil Stonebraker, Gen eral Chairman of this money mak ing undertaking to boost the clubs Youth Activities Fund. “This s o w,” predicts Mr. Stonebraker “will equal* if not eclipse the three preceeding shows. It’s just surprising the amount of talent one finds among these young performers and how willing they are to take part in a benefit for service to young people.” Football Mothers Luncheon Thursday The annual Football Mothers luncheon will be held Thursday, November 19th at the YMCA House, Lee and Euclid ave. Moth ers of the Shaw High School foot ball team will be guests at this affair. In addition, other guests will in clude Mr. And Mrs. Wayne C. Blough, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C.. Cawrse, Mr. and Mrs. S. Robert Fraser and Miss Elsa C. Berg. Mr. Blough is principal at Shaw Mr. Cawrse is the football coach as well as assistant principal Mr. Fraser directs the band and Miss Berg is associated with the East Cleveland Leader. Mr. Blough is serving as pro gram chairman, slated being brief talks and films of highlights in the season’s Cardinal games. Mrs. William Reed and her com mittee are planning on serving a nice lunch for which reservations should be made at the Y House, GL. 1-8425 not later than Tuesday, November 17th. Those who have put off joining the Y Mothers Club are asked to make a special effort to come to this luncheon meeting. “You’ll be glad you came to renew old acquaintances” say the com mittee. ItNiat’ East Cleveland Community Coun cil and guests will hear all about the new inter-suburb service of Station WSRS at the November meeting Thursday in Shaw Cafe teria. S. R. Sague, station direc tor is the speaker. Dinner at 6:30 (by reservation) will be followed by the talk in the Cardinal’s Nest. Visitors are wel come. Men! Keep the date. Sunday, November 22nd at 7:30 a-m. all Protestant men of East Cleveland will gather for a Service of Wor ship at First Presbyterian Church after which they will breakfast togetl Reservations by Novem ber I--., to Church Office. Details next week. 1 'ZS:, I .Z. 4 3 ry.- •■■■‘Sb •■v 2 2-3 'Uj ......... W East Cleveland Leader Thundery, November 12, 1953 East Cleveland, Ohio Teachers Make Merry '1 Sr. 'it* v. ..'2 V If U &■' More than four score members of the East Cleveland Teachers Association and guests assembled at W. H. Kirk Junior High School the evening of Tuesday, November 3rd to enoy the first of the sea son’s entertainment of this group as arranged by Mr. George Huxel, Mr. Albert Martin and Mr. Philip Worcester. Vets Post Armistice Services The Honorable John W. Brown, lieutenant governor of Ohio will be the speaker at a post Armistice Day worship service to be held Sunday, November 16th in Trinity United Brethren Church at 8 p. m. The church is located on Hayden ave. at Alder ave. This service is being sponsored by the East Cleveland Post No. 1500 Veterans of Foreign War and East Cleveland Post No. 163 Amer ican Legion, and is dedicated to the Gold Star families of the com munity to whom is issued a special invitation to attend. Also invited to be present are representatives of the Commission, and East Cleveland service clubs. Members of the East Cleveland Ministerial Association are assist ing in the service open to the general public. Rev. W. E. Fulmer, host pastor has been working with the vet erans’ joint planning committee in preparing the following order of service: Advancing of the Church and Na tional Colors. National Anthem—Congregation. Invocation with Choral Response. Greetings—Rev. W. E. Fulmer. Rea^ "g—David Davis of Shaw High tool. Baritone Solo by Jack Wiggles worth of V.F.W. Post 1500. Address “Armistice and Thanksgiving,” Lieut. Governor John W. Brown. Hymn: The Battle Hymn of the Republic—Congregation. Benediction (with Choral Re sponse). Entertain Vets The David A. Budin Auxiliary No. 33, Jewish War Veterans are entertaining two wards at Crile Veterans Hospital tonight from 7:30 p. m. until 9:00 p. m. The boys will be treated with games, cigarets, fruit and candy bars. The hostess will be Mrs. David Kaplan, Hospital Chairman, with her committee, Mrs. Marvin Greenwold, Mrs. Nick Lustig, Mrs. David Meek and Mrs. Sanford Sandin. if. Published in Conjunction with The SCOOP In Northeast Cleveland and The|News-Journal in Euclid_______________ 5 1 i y A if, XS Ji Mr. John Jirus of Superior School, and Mrs. Jiurs directed the square dancing in the Girl’s Gym

nasium. Shown are just four of the teachers who had a lively time stepping it off to the caller’s sig nals: Judy Moll (Caledonia), Jack Jirus (Superior), Rosemary Ham mer (Shaw) and Hugh McNeill (Shaw). In the meanwhile other guests competed for honors in the table games set up in the Boys’ Gym nasium by George Huxel. The revival of yesterdays char ades, now sweeping the land had stiff .competition as Shaw barely nosed out Superior for the honors. Making up the winning team were Miss Alice Juringus, Mr. S. Robert Fraser, Mr. Robert T. McGraw and Mr. Philip Worcester. Coming so near were the second-place team mates, Mrs. Vivian Noble, Miss Beverly A. West, Miss Janice Ann McGarr and Miss Mary Hogan. Refreshments were served by Miss Mildred Owings and Miss Isabel Kline, of Kirk. Nela Engineer Is Shock Victim While making a routine check in the lamp development laboratory at Nela Park Friday, November 6, John L. Falconer, jr., 25, was killed. Falconer was checking a high-voltage photo-chemical lamp when he touched two live wires simultaneously, according to his supervisor, Richard Thayer. A fellow technician, Ernie Martt, who witnessed the accident, quickly shut off the current. Nela Plant Dispensary aides and East Cleve land police tried in vain to resusci tate the victim pronounced dead on arrival at Huron Road Hospital. Falconer, a development engin eer, was a graduate of Ohio State University where he earned his master’s degree in physics prior to joining General Electric’s Schen ectady plant in 1950. He was transferred to Nela in 1951. Mar ried, he made his home, at 886 Greyton rd. His parents reside in Columbus where funeral services were held followed by burial in Union Cemetery. It's Twins Twins, a girl and a boy, were bom to Mr. and Mrs. William R. Loucks, 15988 Neladale rd .on No vember 1st at Huron Road Hos pital. The babies have been named Kathryn Ann and Kurt Andrew Loucks. Bora to Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Shelden, 13321 Gainsboro ave., a girl, Patricia Ann, October 25th. Bora to Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Erickson, 12905 Superior ave., a girl Denice Louise Erickson, Oc tober 27th. Bora to Mr. and Mrs. Irving E. Nemecek, 15689 Euclid a boy, Jon Edward, October 2 ,. 13,750 Circulation Guaranteed Is Pastor's Aide Dr. Earl R. Henderson, pastor of the Church of the Cross, has chosen a first y 1 man from Baldwin Wallace C»..ege to assist him on Sundays. Mr. Ronald Kowalski is the youhg man. He works mostly with the Youth of the church. Jr. High Canteen Re-Opens Junior High YM-YW every other Friday Canteen re-opens on Nov ember 13th. It will continue every other Friday throughout the win ter. All former Canteen members, if still in Junior High, are exepctcd to come to meet new friends and old for an evening dancing, ipng pong, table games and pol. Fees are the same. Either YM or YW junior membership, plus nightly admission fee of 15c, or, for those not members of either organiza tion,, a semester fee of 25c plus the nightly admission fee. The Planning Committee made up of representatives from the var ious school grade levels, Hi-Y, Stu dent Council, and a nucleus of last year’s members, meets with Miss Wilma Wallace, YW staff member, at 3:30 on the Fridays when there is no Canteen. Its officers elected November 6th are: President, Lar ry Hartland vice president, Carol Atchison secretary, Geraldine Bey vol treasurer, Sandra Andrews. Representatives are: Lynn Alex-, ander, Betsy Baldau, Irene Brooks, Clayton Brelo, David Carr, Eliza beth Culver, Mark Griffiths, Dan Gyure, Donna Kassigheit, Nancy Long, Jim Martis, Al Mackell, Pat ti O’Flanagan, Susan Price, Sue Reynolds, Joyce Sabrack, Dennis Surrel, Bell Taylor, Lynn Taylor, Barbara Widlitz, Ira Widrich, and Judy Yanetta. Miss Agnes Curry, staff adviser of the Kirk Student Council assisted in selection of these members. Staff supervision is provided by Wm. V. Culler, executive director of the YMCA, and Miss Wilma Wallace, staff member of the YWCA, with the assistance of Mrs. Klinger, program director of the YWCA. With so large a can teen group, the staff is asking that interested parents who would like to help out as chaperones for one or more Friday evenings, please call Miss Wallace, at UL.1-2220. The committee decided on a time for leaving, based on grades at school, accordingly, all 7B, 7A and 8B graders will leave at 10:15. 8A, 9B, and 9A graders will leave at 11:00 p.m. Beginning time for all is 7:30. Sorry, but because of limited facilities this Canteen has to be restricted to teen agers of junior high age in the East Cleveland school district. Rod & Gun Club Open House Friday Followers of the rod and gun will be hiking it to Chambers School Friday evening—tomorrow. It’s Open House at the East Cleve land Rod and Gun Club with Lou Gale showing his newest wild life film “the Blue Goose Special.” This film was made on a 2000 mile trip over the Arctic water shed in the James Bay section of Northern Canada. In full color, the film has unusual fishing se quences to delight the angler. Tomorrow’s Open House marks the opening of the club’s fall pub lic casting class in Chambers School, 14121 Shaw ave. announces Phil Slate, club trustee. One need not be a club member to join the class, but bring casting equipment. Call the club secretary, Bob Mueller, GL. 1-2596. In addition to the casting nights, the club has shooting practice at East Cleveland Range, Eddy rd. at Hayden ave. each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. For more “shooting” information call Mr. Slater LI. 1-1813. Two More Names On* Junior Kiwanis List Next on the list of Junior Ki wanians -of East Cleveland Ki wanis are Derry Clay and Jim Marinelli, seniors, who began their visitations this apst Monday. The boys will attend six Monday noon luncheon meetings, participating in the after program while getting an inside view of what makes a service club tick. Jim is president of the Senior Class and a member of Student Council. He is a Hi-Y member and on both the basketball and base ball teams. He resides at 1831 Brightwood ave. Derry is a three-letter man at Shaw, football, basketball and base ball. Al is a Hi-Y member of the National Society and nior Class vice p-^sident. He res.u^s at 14715 Terrace rd. A public hearing on the proposal is set for 7:45 p. m. Tuesday, No vember 17th in the Commission Chamber in City Hall. The Commission selected Leslie Reardon, a professor at Case In stitute of Technology to prepare Nazarenes To Hear Former Minister Sunday Night Dr. and Mrs. C. Warren Jones of Bethany, Okla, will present the Foreign Missionary cause of the denomination in a special service to be conducted by the pastor, Rev. James E. Hunton at the First Church of the Nazarene, Sunday night at 7:I&. Dr. Jones came to East Cleve land as pastor of the First Church of the Nazarene in December of 1920. He served in that capacity until September of 1928. During his tenure the present building was erected. Mr. Jones was promoted to the office of District Super intendent in this area and from that place of responsibility was later transferred to the office of General Secretary of Foreign Mis sions at Kansas City, Mo. He served in that position for many years, travelling in many foreign lands and having oversight of the program of world-wide missions for his ehurch until his recent re tirement. Many East Clevelanders will re call Dr. Jones and all of his friends of former years are invited to at tend the service. Music will be supplied by the choir and Mr. Vesy Stemm, Minister of Music. Mr. Hunton will speak in the regular morning service at 10:45 a. m. The Lake Erie League’s con fused championship race remains unsettled and a great deal depends on what happens tomorrow (Fri day) in Lake wood. Shaw’s battling Cardinals can gain a part of the championship by stopping Lakewood. The East Clevelanders were pushed into the title picture by ac tion taken Tusday by the Cleveland Heights principal. Further investi gation showed that Roger Ross, Tiger backfield ace, did not have the proper number of days in school after transferring to Heights from St. Ignatius last September. Ross had spent a lit tle better than a week in school be fore joining the Marines. He then "returned in the second semester. The case was supposed to be heard by the State Athletic Board in Co lumbus but Tuesday, Heights prin cipal Donald Roe, revealed that a check of the school records showed an attendance discrepency for Ross. The principal notified the other schools heads in the Lake Erie League that Heights was to forfeit all games played to date. Thus last week’s tie game be tween Shaw -and Heights was rubbed out give the Cards a new position in the battle for the LEL title. The Cards now have a 3-1 record and if they whip Lakewood tomorrow, both will be tied for the title. Shaw hasn’t won or shared a LEL football crown in thirteen years. Tomorrow the spirited Cards could turn the trick and it’s a good opportunity for East Cleve landers to get behind the team with moral support. The journey to Lakewood isn’t too far and full stands have a way of giving the boys a life. After the show put on by the inspired Cardinals against Heights, it is very apparent that the East Clevelr s can make it rough for the 14...«„vodites. Late comers to last Friday’s game and the attendance was rather poor considering the gartie —were amazed to see the score board read Shaw 6, Heights 0, with only a minute of play gone. Shaw’s determination to show the v‘ 'tors n the hi"’ it L-.ds it *‘”«iin€»i» he.Hjd up the ii al re. Phil Elia PO. City To Hold Hearing On Proposed New Code For 1-2 Family House The East Cleveland Board of Zoning Appeals has recommended to the City Commission the adop tion of that section of the new Regional Planning Commission code which deals with single and two-family dwellings. 7' CALL NEWS to 1-3378 the code. Prof. Reardon has been meeting with the building inspec tors of the suburbs once a week for the past two years, as they worked together setting up the re quirements. It is hoped that all the suburbs will adopt the code as it progresses, to set the stand ards for the area. Attending all of these meetir ss has been John Cowing, building in spector for East Cleveland. While the many sections of the code go into detail, in general it. provides for the use of acceptable improvements in all phases of dwelling construction. Included are materials and designs that did not even exist when codes now in use were written. The city plans to keep step with the Regional Planning Commission building cod eas rapidly as it can revise its own legislation along these lines. The Zoning Board has approved requests of St. James Lutheran Church and East Cleveland Con gregational Church for additions. Major Ways-Means Project Shaw PTA One Week Tonight Country bumpkins and golden pumpkins will be among the “pre as Shaw PTA presents its ann_.u card party in Shaw Cafe teria one week from tonight— Thursday, November 19th The Ways and Means Committee, Mr. and Mrs. George Reaser, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weis and Mr. and Mrs. H. Joseph Traci with many helpers will don jeans and ging hams—and invite others to follow suit if they really want to get into the spirit of this rural atmosphere which is taking over the cafeteria. One hundred tables will be up and ready to offer your choice of bridge, Canasta, Samba, or what ever, with tantalizing gifts await ing high scorers. To anyone really looking for a place to have a grand evening, Shaw PTA welcomes at Shaw Cafe teria next Thursday at 8. 1 Shaw Can Tie For LEL Title Friday In Lakewood Game the charge of the Cardinal de fenders after the opening kick-off and his drive belted the Tigers’ Olshansky but good, with a fumble resulting. From there on, for the entire first quarter, it was Jay Hunton all the way. Three touchdowns, in cluding a sensational 80-yard kick off return, had the stands buzzing. However, Hunton’s performance was made possible by terrific block ing on the part of the Shaw front line men, paving the way for Jay’s downfield bursts. Superior reserve strength gave Heights the advantage, but even at that the Tigers had to battle all' the way to gain a tie for their evening’s efforts. Shaw missed a golden opportun ity to push ahead in the closing minutes when a bad pass from center caused Hunton to slow up until the ball caugty up with him. As a result Jay was forced out of bounds inside the ten. The Cardinals as a whole played heads-up ball and except for a few bad breaks, the Tigers would have •been sent home wailing. New Hostess Duty Huron Road Hospital With extended visiting regula tions came a need for a new type of volunteer service at Huron Road Hospital. Seven business girls have offered their service as hostesses on the floors to relieve nurses checking visitors. Their duties will require tact and dip lomacy since they will have to ask some visitors to leave. For the benefit of the patient, no m«re than two should be at the be ide at a time. The girls who started this new service the week of November 2d*1 *\re: Mi" Anne Pne, Miss Joan I Ike, Bl Mai. ie Rose, Miss Shirley Osborne, Miss Jean Woodruff, Miss Marian El liott and Miss Lois Wald All but the last two are empL,jd at Nela Park. Mrs. Fitzhugh L. Riggs, 1 05 5 S' ‘h ave., who has i a pa nt -..X a. ~t. Alexis Hospital u now v-a valesdng at hep home,

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