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Petersen-Lawless
Commencement at John Carroll
University in June will be fol
lowed by another important day
for James P. Lawless, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas P. Lawless, 1852
Farmington rd. It will be his
marriage to Mary Lou Petersen,
daughter of the Harold J. Peter
sens of!804 Oakmond rd., South
Euclid, who are announcing the
couple’s engagement and June
wedding plans. Miss Petersen is a
graduate of Beaumont School for
Girls.
Fraser-Duke
The engagement of Miss Naomi
Muriel Fraser to Richard McClure
Duke, formerly of East' Cleveland,
has been announced by her par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Alex
ander Fraser of Jersey City. N.J.
Mr. Duke, a graduate of Shaw
High School, is the son of Mrs.
William Benton Duke, assistant
dean of women at Grove City Col
lege, and the late Mr. Duke. He is
a graduate of the College of
Wooster and holds a masters de
gree from Yale University where
he is continuing his studies for a
doctor of philosophy degree in
economics under fellowships from
Yale and the Danforth Foundation.
Miss Fraser is a graduate of
Earlham College and is working
toward a masters degree at New
York University. She is a member
of the Junior League of Jersey
City.
Award System For
Y Swim Attendance
With Saturday, January 15th,
the YMCA Swim Classes will start
an attendance award system com
parable to the award system in the
gym program that has been func
tioning for years. Boys who at
tend 12 sessions in a row starting
Saturday (Monda y, Saturday.
Monday, Saturday, etc.) will re
ceive two credits. Boys who attend
six out of 12 sessions will receive
one credit. The first credit period
will end February 26th.
Boys with one credit will receive
a red ribbon, boys with three
credits will get a blue ribbon.
When boys receive nine credtis
they will start receiving medals.
Boys with nine credits will get a
bronge medal, boys with 17 credits
will receive a silver medal, and a
gold medal will go to boys who
have reached 24 credits. Boys w’ith
33 credits will receive a small
trophy.
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Brian Daniel, December 25th.
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Indian Dance
Polio Benefit
The excitement of Indian drums
and dances will resound in Cham
bers School Auditorium, Friday,
January 14th tomorrow at 7:30
p. m. when Don Crockett and his
Oglewanagi (Ghost Shirt) dancers
perform their authentic Indian
ritual dances under the auspices of
Cub Scout Pack 336.
Presented by the Cubs a.s part
of their pledge to “give good will”
they will donate the entire receipts
of the free will offering to the
Polio Fund. There will be no ad
mission at the door. The Cubs are
paying all costs of the perfor
mance, so that every cent given
by the public attending it may go
directly to the March of Mothers
effort.
Chairman of the East Cleveland
March of Dimes for the annual
Polio Fund Drive is Judge Stan
ton Addams, prominent East Cleve
land jurits who, with Mrs. Addams
will be special guests of the Cubs
for this benegit performance.
The Oglewanagi Dancers are
famous for the accuracy of their
dances, both in style and in cos
tume. Their dances have been taken
directly from the Indians and are
performed as the Indians per
formed them in their many cere
monies.
The name of the I roup conies
from an old religious society of
the Plains Indians, the Ghost
Dance Society. This religion swept
the plains in the late 1800's, and
was adopted by many tribes in
those latter days of the glory of
their nations.
Reinfc part of the life of the
American Indian, the dances are
part of native American culture,
and, as stich, hold interest for all
Americans.
Chairman of the program is S. G.
Osterhuf.
Children under 12 should be ac
companied by adults.
Reject Conversion
An appeal to convert fl one
family residence at 1852 Wadena
ave. into a two-family residence
was denied. Minnie C. Johnson by
the Zoning Board of Appeals and
the Board of Fire District Appeals
at their joint meeting Friday,
January 7th.
Three cases were continued, to
be heard at a later date when
certain required conditions will
have been met.
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Last week we printed a story
about two East Cleveland police
ment wrapping a mountain of
Christmas gifts gathered by East
Cleveland Lodge No. 39. Fraternal
Order of Police. We've had many
comments, the majority of whicl
say “This I’d like to see.” Well
here they are: Officers Earl Lef
ferts and William Baker, see,
Infra Red Bake Oven
Let Us Service Your
Car While You Are At
Work. Leave Your
Car in the Morning,
Pick It Up After Work.
Or We Can Pick Up Your Car and Deliver Same To You.
Ask Your Friends About Us.
Two Movies At
Library Next Week
There will be two nights of
movies at the East Cleveland
Library next week. In addition to
the usual Wednesday evening pic
ture-program.
Mr. Clarence C. Rose, of Mt.
Vernon Boulevard, will show some
unusual color photographs in the
East Cleveland Library on Thurs
day, January 27th, at 8 p. m.
Mr. Rose has traveled in the des
ert and rock arch country of
Arizona and Utah, which is not
easily accessible to the ordinary
tourist. The scenery in these
places may fairly be called stupen
dous, and the slides will be well
worth seeing. He calls his talk
“Off the Highways in the South
west.”
The movies to be shown at the
East Cleveland Library on Wed
nesday evening, January 19th, at
8 p. m. are: “Navajo Sandpainters’,
which depicts the Navajo native
healing ritual of sand painting, fol
lowing the preparation for the
painting, its execution, healing
ceremony, and destruction of the
painting.
“The River People” presents the
legends, history and everyday life
of the Pimas, Indians of southern
Arizona and Mexico.
“Glacier National Park” is a
short travelogue showing campers
on the trail, trout streams, wild
life and scenic shots of the moun
tains.
\ULS AND DEANS
ON TOP IN SR. “B"
Dean's Dairy edged Diamond's
Men’s Shop 52-48 for their second
straight victory in as many weeks.
Deans led 15-14 after the first
quarter although Diamonds held a
sizeable margin at the half and
third quarter 27-18 and 39-30. The
dairy boys caught fire in the final
quarter in connecting 22 points
while holding Diamonds to 9
points. Hummel tallied 17 points
for the winners while Al Russ
score 12 points for Diamond’s.
Paul's Restaurant remained un
defeated in season play by down
ing Cleveland Twist Drill 58-47.
Paul’s held quarter scores of 16-9,
29-24, an 46-34. Ken Horton and
Gunwald led Paul’s attack with
18 points apiece. Weber scored 15
points for Cleveland Twist.
Next week at Kirk Junior High
School Dean’s Dairy will meet
Leece Neville at 7:30 and Cleve
land Twist will play Diamond’s at
8:30.
ORDINANCE NO. 4848
by Mr. Horan
AN EMERGENCY ORDI
NANCE TO AMEND SEC
TIONS 1565.05 to 1565.08
OF ORDINANCE NO. 4760,
PASSED NOVEMBER 17.
1953, AND BEING THE
DWELLING HOUSE CODE,
SO CALLED, OF THE CITY
OF EAST CLEVELAND.
WHEREAS, an emergency exists
for the immediate preservation of
the public peace, property, health
and safety and for the usual daily
operation of a municipal depart
ment by providing for essential
amendments to the Dwelling House
Code of the City of East Cleve
land.
NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT
ORDAINED by the Commission of
the City of East Cleveland, Ohio,
four-fifths of all members elected
thereto concurring.
SECTION 1: That Sections
1565.05 to 1565.08, inclusive, of
Ordinance No. 4760, passed No
vember 17, 1953, and entitled: “An
Emergency Ordinance adopting
part of the Building Code, known
as the Dwelling House Code, and
superseding all ordinances and
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parts of ordinances as are incon
sistent therewith,” which sections
read as follows:
“SECTION 1565.05 Foundation
walls—general. Foundation walls
shall be of solid or hollow masonry
units, plain or reinforced, or plain
or reinforced concrete. The thick
ness shall be not less than the walls
supported, except that masonry
veneer on frame walls and nominal
10-inch cavity walls may extend
not more than 2 inches beyond
the outer face of the foundation
wall, when supported on bearing
provided by corbeling with solid
masonry units, with no individual
corbel exceeding 1/3 the height or
1/6 the imbedment of the masonry
units, and the top corbel course
being a full header course not
u:~her than the bottom of floor
sts of the first floor.”
“SECTION 1565.06 Solid ma
sonry foundation walls. Founda
tion walls of plain concrete or
solid masonry units shall be not
less than 8 inches nominal thick
ness provided the basement or
cellar floor is not more than 5
feet below grade, and not less than
12 inches nominal thickness when
a cellar floor is more than 5 feet
but less, than 8 feet below grade.
Foundation walls of rubble stone
shall be at least 16 inches thick.”
SECTION 1565.07 Hollow ma
sonry foundation walls. Founda
tion walls of approved hollow ma
sonry units shall be not less than
8 inches nominal thickness where
the basement or cellar floors are
not more than 3 feet below finish
grade, and shall increase 4 inches
in thickness for each additional 2
feet .in depth. Beam and girder
bearings shall consist of solid ma
sonry not less than 4 inches in
height or a bearing plate of ma
terial and design satisfactory to
the Building Official.”
“SECTION 1565.08 6* concrete
foundation walls. Foundation walls
of plain concrete shall be not less
than 6 inches in thickness when
supporting one-story masonry
structures or wood-frame or light
metal-frame structures less than
two stories high except that in no
case shall 6-inch plain concrete
foundation walls be used where
the basement or cellar floor is
more than 4 feet below the ad
jacent ground level.
be and the same are hereby
amended to read as follows:
SECTION 1565.05 Minimum
thickness. The thickness of foun
dation walls shall be not less than
the thickness of the wall supported
and the minimum thickness shall
be limited for the various materials
of construction as herein specified.
Eight (8) inch foundation walls
Employees
Chief of Police Department
Chief of Fire Department
General Foreman, Service Division —.......—
Superintendent, Service Division
Assistant Superintendent, Water Division
City Electrician ..
be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows:
Employees
Chief of Police Department----------------------
Chief of Fire Department ........-----------------
General Foreman. Service Division--------------„
Superintendent, Service Division ........
Assistant Superintendent, Water Division
City Electrician ....
SECTION 2:
Clerk of the Commission
Published: January 13, 1955
BARGAIN
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East Cleveland Leadei
A Newspaper of General Circulation
in Cuyahoga County
Established 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 Assc te Editor
R. L. FOULKE Bu-riess Mgr.
ROBT. W. MURPHY Asst. Mgr.
shall be permitted under brick
veneered frame and under ten (10)
inch cavity walls when the total
height of wall supported including
gables is not more than twenty
(20) feet.
SECTION 1565.06 Reinforced
concrete. When re-inforced con
crete is required to resist all
stresses, foundation walls shall be
not less than eight (8) inches
thick.
SECTION 1565.07 Hollow and
solid masonry and mass concrete.
When not more than four (4) feet
deep below grade, masonry foun
dation walls shall be not less than
eight (8) inches thick provided the
total height of eight (8) inch wall
including the superstructure does
not exceed thirty-fiye (35) feet
and when more than four (4) feet
below grade, not less than twelve
(12) inches thick. Foundation walls
of rough or random rubble stone
shall be not less than sixteen (16)
inches thick.
SECTION 1565.08 Hollow unit
walls. Foundation walls of ap
proved hollow masonry units shall
be provided with not less than four
(4) inches of solid masonry at
girder bearings or shall be
strengthened with buttresses.
SECTION 2: That this ordi
nance is hereby declared to be an
emergency measure necessary for
the immediate preservation of the
public peace, property, health and
safety and for the usual daily
operation of a municipal depart
ment by providing for. essential
amendments to the Dwelling House
Code of the City of East Cleveland,
and provided it receives the affir
mative vote of four-fifths ef all
members elected to the City Com
mission, it shall take effect and be
in force from and after its passage
otherwise, it shall take effect and
be in force from and after the
earliest period allowed by law.
Passed: January 11, 1955
Attest: /s/ G. T. Apthorp
Clerk of the Commission
Published: January 13th, 1955
ORDINANCE NO. 4846
By Mr. Fellows
AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 2
OF ORDINANCE NO. 4791, PASSED MARCH 16, 1954,
AND BEING THE SALARY ORDINANCE, SO CALLED,
OF THE CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND.
Whereas, an emergency exists for the immediate preservation
the public peace, property, health and safety and for the usual
of t.„ .. ..
daily operation of a municipal department.
NOW.“THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED by the Commission of
the City of East Cleveland, Ohio, four-fifths of all members elected
thereto concurring.
SECTION 1: That Section 2 of Ordinance No. 4791, passed March
16, 1954, and entitled: “An Emergency Ordinance to re-establish
salaries, wages, and compensations of the employees of the City of
East Cleveland and repealing Ordinance No. 4691, passed December
19. 1952 Ordinance No. 4741, passed August 25, 1953 and all other
ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith,” which Section
2 reads as follows:
“SECTION 2: That in addition to their regular compensation,
the following employees shall be allowed not to exceed the indicated
additional compensation for residence telephones which amounts shall
be paid to such employees upon the presentation of properly receipted
bills or which may, upon the request of such employees, be paid directly
to the Ohio Bell Telephone Company:
SECTION 2: That in, addition to their regular compensation,
the following employees shall be allowed not to exceed the indicated
additional compensation for residence telephones which amounts shall
be paid to such employees upon the presentation of properly receipted
bills or which may, upon the request of such employees, be paid
directly to the Ohio Bell Telephone Company:
That this ordinance is hereby declared to be an emer­
gency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public
peace, property, health and safety and for the usual daily operation of
a municipal department, and provided it receives the affirmative
vote of four-fifths of all members elected to the City Commission,
it shall take effect and be in force as of January 1, 1955 otherwise,
it shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period
allowed by law.
Passed: January 11, 1955
Attest: /s/ G. T. Apthorp
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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 clip the ad and
take it to the Shaw Hayden
Theatre and you’ll get two free
tickets.
Tonight, Fri. and Sat. nights:
“The Last Time I Saw Paris.”
Sat. Kiddy Mat.: Abbott and
Costello “In the Navy”, plus
four cartoons and Chapter 3 of
“Buffalo Bill.”
Sun., Mon., Tues.: In CINE
MASCOPE, “Track of the Cat”
PLUS Bugs Bunny Kartoon
Karnival.
Next Wed.: “Down Three Dark
Streets.”
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.
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