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Thursday, July 16, 1953 18816 Arrowhead Shaw-Hayden 1384 Hayden (1) l-OZ. (II l-OZ. Name Address Mutual Automobile Insurance You CAN Do It The EASY WAY HOME OFFICE COLUMBUS, OHIO PERSONAL SERVICE LOW LEO F. KU CAR SEND TODAY—$1.00 TO BRITE SIDE PRODUCTS. INC BOX 786, AKRON, OHIO ENCLOSED FIND $1.00. PLEASE SEND ME YOUR BIG DEAL SPECIAL 13600 Euclid Ave DENIM JACKETS COST 1-7676 IV. We're Nof Clawing About Your Wash! Just bring your soiled laundry in, do it yourself in one of our modem automatic machines and FLUFF-DRY, ready to iron ... or leave your wash and we'll do it for you while you shop. 9 to 9 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9 to 1 Wed. 9 to 5 Sat. Bring in the Morning Pick up in Evening Self-Serve Laundry ANTHONY A. SIMONSKI ALEXANDER W. FORD INTRODUCTORY OFFER I'79 Value For 1°° SAVE 79c KROME KLEENER P^.89c Dissolves rust and puts extra glase on car and household chrome. White Side Wall Tire Cleaner '^,89c Keeps White Side Wall Tires White easy. 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Out among the Rocky Mountains on Big Thompson River at Steads Ranch, Estes Park, in Colorado is Charles E. Inman. He’ll spend the summer there, returning just in time for the opening of Medical School at Western Reserve, which he is entering this fall. Chuck graduated with high honors from Denison University in Granville a few weeks ago. He is the son the late George E. Inmans Stanwood rd. EUCLID SUPERIOR SHOPPING CENTER Our greatest summer tale. Finest top quality merchandise from our regular stock. Buy now at greatly reduced prices. MEN’S SHOP OPEN EVENINGS Plenty of FREE Parking 13600 EUCLID at SUPERIOR Liberty 1-8810 Next to A4P Store in Forest Hills Shopping Center FREE Gift Boxing and Many More of the "Littlp Things That Count" ... To Make your Shopping Here Pleasant and To Induce You To Return! of of in Mr. Clayton D. Wiles, active East Cleveland Lions Club affairs, and Mrs. Wiles are making a brief trip to the southern part of the state to see their children and grandchildren. Recipient of a degree recently from Mercy College in Detroit was Nancy Reifke. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John T. Reifke of Walden rd. Winder of Rain more it Hats are off again to mere Assembly, 7, Order bow for Girls, for once has rated honors in state drill competition. Twenty-four team members, plus Joanne Bachleder, the drill pianist, journeyed to Cincinnati for the annual Ohio convention from June 25th through the 27th and came home with no less than “second place” ribbons. Last time the team rated an identical honor was in ’50. Last year’s competi tion netted the girls a fourth place rating. Team captain is Jean Witter and drill master, Mr. Fred Balcam. The girls meet regularly on Mon day nights in the Church of the Cross. On a motor jaunt to the south west are Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Kiaue, 13403 Third ave. Now in Truth or Consequences, New Mex ico, they are visiting their daugh ter and son-in-law, the Klings. K. K. Huron Robert is in a “Condition fair” reports Road Hospital anent Mr. Knox of Eastover rd. who cast with a broken back. Mr. Knox, an active Kiwanian and executive vice president of the East Cleve land Savings and Loan, fell in home the latter part of June. $ 7.99 $11.95 his of Thomas E. Harbaugh, son Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Harbaugh, 1835 Burnette ave., left for Cali fornia Friday night to attend the Boy Scout Jamboree. 5.99 4.99 2.99 $1.29 —2 for $2.50 $2.79 2 for $5.50 $2.79 2 for $5.50 79c-2 for $1.55 EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Local Nines Had A "Lost Week-End" East Cleveland’s baseball teams had a “lost week-end” in CBF competition with the Merchants chalking up the only victory among the five local teams in action. The dual team of Steve Bos way and Tony Behron on the mound for the Merchants, limited the Ter mites to five hits while they fanned 13 in posting a 3-2 victory. The big blow of the game was fur nished by Lloyd Wiltenmeyer who slapped a double to left with the bases loaded to provide the Mer chants with their three runs. Wil tenmeyer and Wally Guenther each paced the team with two hits. The victory gave the Merchants a re cord of four triumphs in six starts for the season. Parma’s Legion Post 703 put the skids on the East Cleveland Post 163 Blues in squeaking through with a 4-3 victory. Erratic play on the part of the locals meant the ball game. The Blues were leading 3-2 going into the last of the sev enth but lost out when walks and loose play brought two runs home for Parma. Skeeter Fish was the losing pitcher and did well except for wildness. He gave up but two hits. Still without a victory are the Musials who dropped their sixth straight to St. Wendelin’s nine, 6-2 and getting no hits in the loss. St. Gregory’s spanked the Braves, 4-0 in Class D. A surprise anniversary party celebrating twenty-five years of marriage for the J. C. Beckers was given by their daughter and son in-law Mr. Rick and Nancy Woost and their daughter Joanne Becker. Close friends and relatives were received at their home at 13312 Fifth ave., Sunday, July 12th al though the actual date is July 19th. The invitations were very unique and personally designed by their talented and artistic daughters and were much enjoyed by all who re ceived them. Buffet refreshments were served, wedding vows were renewed. Floral decorations were white gladioli and carnations trimmed in silver carrying out the traditional silver jubilee. Back on familiar ground during the past week was Mrs. William Mooney of New York City, form erly an East Clevelander. She was the house guest of her sister, Mrs. Fred Thurier, and her moth er, Mrs. Florence Kochers, both of 1888 Knowles ave., while her hus band remained behind in their New York home to care for the six little Mooneys. Born io Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Koskinen of 1841 Roxbury, on July 6, a girl named Joan Wanda Koskinen. 20 FREE Tickets You can get a pair of compli mentary tickets to the Shaw Hayden Theatre by reading the ads in this paper. There are ten names in ten ads scattered through the paper. If you find your name, just elip the ad and take it to the Shaw Hayden Theatre and you’ll get two free tickets. THIRD DIMENSION comes to East Cleveland. Thurs., Fri., Sat.: Geo. Montgomery in “Fort Ti” in 3-D and Technicolor. DOUBLE FEATURE Sun. and Mon.: “Man On a Tightrope" and “Jamaica Run.” Tues, and Wed.: “Breaking The Sound Barrier.” Check all the ads and maybe you’ll find your name. If not this week, be sure to look next week. There’ll be ten names each week good for 20 tickets at the Shaw-Hayden Theatre. WE ANSWER YOUR PHONE! In Your Name In Our Office Call MU 1-4064 EAST CLEVELAND TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE 12722 SL Clair Avenue LEARN TO DRIVE Patient, Courteous Instructors Insurance Coverage Free Pick-Up No Classroom The Safest Way Yet Devised First Lesson Free If You Are Not Satisfied With Our Method Weather No Object CLEVELAND DRIVING SCHOOL GL. 1-0200 PO. 1-9909 KENNETH WHITEMAN 2% ON SAVINGS Commencing July 1, 1953 DEPOSITS INSURED TO S10.000.00 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation NORTH AMERICAN RANK 3 EAST SIDE OFFICES 1131 SL Clair Ave.—HE. 1-1012 1M19 Waterloo RL—IV. 1-2400 MN East 03rd SL—BR. 1-00M Announces Ten Commandents For Education the The ten commandments of educational world should embrace, among other tenets, respect for the individual, experience in dem ocratic group relations, and deve lopment of skills for meetin diverse and varied responsibilities. This was the message brought back from the National Education Association convention to Cleveland parents, teachers, others, who are concerned problems in the present-day cational field, by Miss Audrey Scott of Holyoke ave., who begins her term as president of the East Cleveland Teachers’ Association next fall. ‘♦Many school patrons wonder about their own schools when they hear attacks on the public school system made by irresponsible parties”, said Miss Scott, in spek ing of the pamphlet endorsed by the educators. East and with edu- Listing ten ways in which the school can teach values, the pam phlet written by the group’s Edu cational Policies Commission, is entitled “Moral and Spiritual Edu cation in Home. School and Com munity”. Its precepts are lows: 1. Demonstrate respect individual child, his needs abilities. 2. Provide situations in which moral decisions occur. 3. Provide the example of the teacher and the school staff. 4. Provide esthetic experience. 5. Provide knowledge of the con tributions, the struggles ideals of men of every land. 6. Provide training in the truth. 7. Provide experience in democra tic group relations. 8. Teach about religion. 9. Provide guidance. 10 Develop skills for meeting family, vocational and civic respon sibilities os fol- for the and his and the age and .seeking Belief in academic freedom, in constructive criticism of the schools and in the right of legislators to investigate schools, providing such probes threatened no citizen’s con stitutional rights, was affirmed by the convention delegates in a series of thirty resolutions, according to Miss Scott. “They voiced vigorous opposi tion to the principles of commun ism and the principles of any other philosophy of government which deny freedom of thought and which ignore the intrinsic worth o' in dividual human beings”, she added. Miss Scott is a teacher in Cal edonia school. She returned last week from the educators* parley in Miami Beach. East Cleveland Leader A Newspaper of General Circulation in Cuyah» County Establk 1942 Published Every Thursday By Collinwood Publishing Company Publishers of EUCLID NEWS-JOURNAL and The SCOOP General Offices and Plant 814 East 152nd Street GLenville 1-4383 C. E- BOWMAN Editor ELSA C. BERG Associate Editor R. L. FOULKE Business Mgr. ROBT. W. MURPHY Asst. Mgr. Ohio Movie Is Available For Group Meetings A new 16 MM film with color and sound has gained popular in terest in Ohio, and well it might because this film entitled “Land of Can-Do” is a 35 minute movie devoted exclusively to' Ohio, its people, points of interest, agricul ture, industry and other outstand ing Ohio features. It is available free for showing on any standard 16 MM sound projector. This movie is the second in a series of Ohio movies (first movie “Highlights of Ohio”). It was produced and is presented by The City Loan and Savings Company through the help of this firm’s many branch offices all in Ohio, and also in cooperation with the Ohio Development and Publicity Commission of Columbus. Lowell Thomas is‘narrator, he him self being born at Woodington, Darke County, Ohio. During this Ohio Sesquicenten nial year the demand for such a film as “Land of Can-Do” has been exceptional. Requests for show ings should be made as early as possible at any local office of The City Loan or at its headquarters offices in Lima. Ohio. The East side office is at 14900 St. Clair Phone GL. 1-1835. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Whitehead, of 1454 Hayden ave., on July 5, a boy named Richard John Whitehead, jr. 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