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Adjustable Shutters Inside or Outside Control All Sixes and Styles Solid or Striped Baked Enamel Colors AWNINGS ON DISPLAY Come in and select your own style and save the salesman s sion. YOU CAN OWN a NEft ’53 Pontiac Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. HOME OFFICE COLUMBVS, OHIO PERSONAL SERVICE LOW COST 18816 Arrowhead LEO F. KACAR IV. 1-7676 Sedmak Moving ALSO LIGHT EXPRESSING OF ALL KINDS We Buy and Sell Used Furniture Call KE. 1-6580 Office now at 325 E. 156 St. off Lake Shore Blvd. BETTER to have and not need than to need and not HAVE Be Sure Insure B. URBANCIC IVanhoe 1-2852 Sound, Low Cost Insurance Protection GAS APPROVALS AME AVAILABLE, NO MONEY FLAY S^__ E! Have An ARMSTRONG S Installed by a company with 33 years experience for only Complete Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling By Experts American GasI, BUY DIRECT FROM FACTORY Operating Parte Guaranteed a Years For •■i-.e. measure the inside opervnR of window frame. FURNACE COMPANY Ben Shaberman 969 East 140th OL. 1-4961 SAVE 33!/3% aluminum AWNINGS u: $16.87 CANOPIES l^X $22.34 LOW OVERHEAD chh Ph Collinwood Aluminum Awning Co. 892 East 153rd Street I floors North of St. Cioii Are. OPEN EVENINGS ’be s -ran jred with iinnth to pay a« Aluminum Awn in-Zc hea-Pify and increase the •.aloe of your home. commis Three Worry-Free Ways to Go! Your Car Will Be In SAFE Hands! 199936 GOOD TRADE-IN DELIVERED Newman Pontiac 11628 Euclid Avenue RAndolph 1-9493 Your ffefghborhood Pontiac Dealer Parents Are Threat To Little League Says Heights Writer Editor’s Note: The following letter is being reprinted from the Sun Press of Cleveland Heights by the permission of its writer, Harry Gordon, director of the Baseball Clinic at Cleveland Heights High Field, the Sun Press and also Roy Wisecup, East Cleveland Recreational Director, and H. S. W’eaver, pres ident of the East Cleveland Little League. CHARGES PARENTS Hl RT LITTLE LEAGUE SPIRIT s 2 Dear Sir: The newly-organized Cleveland Heights-University Heights Little LEGAL NOTICE “Sealed bids will be received by the City Manager of the City of East Cleveland, Ohio, until 12:00 o’clock noon on August 24, 19o3, for land situated in the City of Cleveland and being a part of a parcel of land acquired from the Woodworth Road Land Company on Dec. 10, 1925 in the vicinity of Nine Mile Creek and containing about one acre of land as. more particularly described in Ordinance No. 4729. The City reserves the right to reject any or all bids. CHAS. A. CARRAN, City Mgr.” Published July 23-30, August 6-13-20, 1953. 5 ROLL AHEAD Venetian Blinds Advanced Design Cuetom Quality Decorative Colon Precision Engineered Guaranteed by GOOD HOUSEKEEPING FREE ESTIMATES The JUDD Co. Now In New Location Next Door To Old Store 22040 Lake Shore Blvd. REdwood 1-7575 You'll Be in a SAFE and the Best! 2. GO in a It'll Be a SAFE and Good Car, Too! Select Stock o Trade-Ins on New Pontiacs Mile after Mile of Trouble-Free Driving! Bring Your Present Car to Us for Service Most Models Avail able for IMMEDIATE Delivery. Why Wait? Enjoy Your Vacation in the Best! EAST CLEVELAND LEADER League has developed an amazing amount of adult and juvenile in terest. However, like most worth while projects, many wrinkles must be ironed out before the stamp of success can be applied to it. This organization, which in cludes boys from 9 to 12. is in a position to contribute inestimably to the development of good future citizens. Give a boy something that he likes, attach worthy re strictions to it, and you have an unbeatable combination which will produce results which no amount of literature or lecturing could duplicate. This organization properly man aged (as it is) and judiciously backed by parents (as it is not) could erase the sight of the follow ing eyesores in the upper elemen tary and junior high schools: (I) Lying and forging of ab sence excuse notes, (2) cheat ing on tests and copying home work, (3) stealing, especially from gym lockers, (4) destruc tion of school property by break ing windows, flooding of lava tory floors, drawing of obscene pictures in lavatories, and de facing of newly painted walls. Why do these things take place? Outside of a few rare cases of emo tionally-disturbed boys, most of these reprehensible habits have de veloped because of improper home guidance and poor examples of behavior set by parents. What can the Little League or ganization do about this situation? The answer is not a simple on». However, this Little League, di rectly and indirectly, controls about 300 boys between the ages of 9 and 12. Basically, any boy from 9 to 12 is of good character and is a pros pective good citizen. It is only through the cmi.-sion* and com missions of behavior and instruc tion of their parents that some of these boys become misfits. Watch any Little League game and keep your ears open. Some parents will bellow like wounded elephants and behave like frus trated morons when the umpire calls a bad one. The intelligent parents will mt rely shake thr:r heads, or philosophically loiri-ik ii at anyone can make a ml-.ake. Sriiie youn'z will take up the* cry the iS »vei inimatuifc par ents they emulate. Soon ihe-.e n:k-.gut (led hoys be come chronic ecmi/ .:r.ers n-i poor .-poi.'-, r'n.r ^ctc'• such ...tics v jiv.r undoubted! fany o'er irio il't'.i Icily liv. /kit oitly is their play on t'ie cli -e.ioii-ly al'/ec er by uie ii io..i of 8 gtiuigc, bet, is '.'u ic iniim ta:.I, tr” de velop a lack of ic ja-ct for autLo' ity. Ccr ainly, the Lirle Lta..w o.'/aniz .. Ion does not vant to u. vclop that wtslcli is ir.stig..tel th oag’-i th? short aightednesa a few pa cm At tlie opening of the season boys’ parents signed atcn. n. confit miry the ago of iheit none of horn could be over 1?. Yet eve.v team munagpi in liu Liltle League it .'- L'a’ ihr- weie 13 and 11-year olds pls,'in? for several weeks until the bit tn certificate crack-down iecenti Don’t these parents realize that they are contributing to the. de linquency of their own cniidren by lying or supporting a lie? Here can be the beginning of those forged school notes, cheating, and even -tealiiig. Unqueitionablv. this child will lie to his fan Heed August Safety Slogan: "Signs of Life" par ents oouc) or latei. I’m uie that the Little League oiganiza tion wants no part of such par ents or their off-.-pting It has come to my attention. UHsollciatfcd on my part, that onie boys of inferior ability were plat ing on certain teams becau.-e tiicii fatheis wee associated with the organization in some capacity. Really, the only one who jflci in case.- i- the boy i nn-eo. lii~ fellow team-mato lo.-e theii iepect for-him ami lieat i.di a only ci uel yuung.-.iers know how. BeJdts tlie boy develops tne obnoxious, althoi'gn Due in -ome ca-es, idea that pull” will get \uu through the “tough rivalling” in life. Although this mas or may not be true, a child with such an idea will lack initiative and de sire to succeed on his own, all of which must inevitably lead io lack of self-ie.-pect. The Little FOSTER HOMES NEEDED Families needed to care ior chi! dren supervised by the Division of Child Welfare, County Welfare Dept. urgent need ior pre-school and adolescent children. This agency pays board, provides clothing and medical care. These children are not ior adoption. Applicants must meet agency standards and provide reierences. CALL OR WRITE MISS GERTRUDE KOHL 2210 Cedar Ave. PR. 11400 HARRY J. MURPHY Automatic Gas Furnaces Automatic Water Heaters Gasinators Calcinators Unit and Space Heaters Heilman furnace Co. 750 East 152nd St. G1.. 1 9063 “Signs of Life’ are for pedes trians as well as motorists.” This point was emphasised to day by H. S. Weaver, Chief of Po lice in an effort to reduce the pe destrian death toll in Ohio. “Many people seem to think that traffic signs, signals and pavement markings—are placed there for the use of drivers only. “Well nothing could be more false,” he said, “be cause they are there to guide and protect the pedestrian as well, as the motorist.” Pedestrian fatalities in Ohio last year totaled 4.67—slightly more than one-fourth of the 2013 traf fic deaths in the state. In other words, one out of every four per sons killed in motor vehicle acci dents in Ohio in 1952 was a pedes trian. Violations contributing most fre quently to these fatalities were: crossing at intersections against the signal, crossing between inter sections. and crossing intersections diagonally. “Certainly many deaths could be avoided. “Chief eaver said, “if pedestrians crossed streets at the proper places and always obeyed the ‘Signs of Life'.” The August slogan “Signs of Life—Know Them, Obey Them!" is an important message for every one, he added. It applies, whether we are walking or driving, and the person who follows it may be sav ing his own life. BOY SCOUT Its a good turn awaiting a good turn for and by the Boy Scouts of St. James Lutheran Church. The troop under guidance of Institu tional Representative Albert Fish er and Scout Master Ralph Hewitt have provided a First Aid kit for the church. League certainly does not condone this idea. With the intelligent aid of un der.-tanding parents, the C.-U. Little League officials have a wonderful opportunity to teach -,on’ ’c-pect for authority, good-spoi:-manship. t-“irn. rathe' than -cif interest, and good citi zen li 1 D. In out cage: zeal to win. let us not fo-.gci that we are dealing with ii'in’ e.- hjruble boys in the most fu’-r,::. i’e years of their lives. 'h iacti development is j'i t: d.-vt lopnu nt of good ha'l i i- -ei onda y: and winning. i o' e.xtirrnely important in ora's c'i’e to succ'-el, should cG.i e !a at this age. Who know-, j.yi e tr.e futu.e of our con win Ity tp.-.ts on the combined bands of the nuir-nts and the Little League officials. Don’t muff ill 1J A Pul Y GOP DON, Director of I’u-:uJl .inic at Cleveland Heights li’gh Field. I INSidE AND OUT! I New Handitray keeps fresh foods freshl .Sliding lid locLe in moisture. Trans parent! Regularly $4.75! Speedy cube aluminum ice and dessert fray. Built-in cube release levers. Regularly $4.50! Touch-up brush for chipped spots. White lacquer is inside brush. 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