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Phbne: Glenville 1-4383
News:
14600 Euclid Avenue
Apt. 302
Little League
And Parents
To Banquet
By Bob Keefer
The East Cleveland Little
Leagues, Inc., will hold its post
season banquet for all members of
Junior League, Pony League, Little
League and Minor League teams
and their parents on Tuesday,
September 20th at Shaw High
School. A fine meal will be served
in the Shaw Cafeteria from 6:30 to
7:30 which will be followed by a
program of movies, trophy awards
and a talk in the auditorium by a
well-known speaker.
Joe Sauto, Chairman of the Ban
quet Committee, has announced
that tickets for the meal will be
distributed by the team managers
who will contact members of their
respective teams. Those who do
not wish to partake of the meal
but who would like to be present
for the program in the auditorium
may do so by merely appearing at
the auditorium at 7:30 since tickets
will not be necessary for that part
of the program.
All team members will be non
paying guests for the meal but all
adults will be asked to pay a
nominal fee of $2.25 for banquet
tickets. However, it will be neces
sary for all who plan to eat in the
cafeteria to make reservations
through the team managers before
Thursday, September 15th.
Final team and individual sta
tistics will be distributed without
charge to all team members and
guests during the evening as a
souvenir of the 1955 season dur
ing which almost 500 East Cleve
land boys took part in this popular
summer program. Don’t forget the
date Tuesday, September 20th.
We would like to see a fine turn
out of players and their parents.
In East Cleveland
Chicago police issued 512 sum
monses and 5,977 warnings in
August in their drive to keep peo
ple from littering the streets. Well,
each one asked for it.
Based* on past experience, one
couldn’t go wrong in attending the
Tarquin play at Kirk Auditorium
Friday or Saturday
I
•eening.
Seen Along Euclid ave.: A clock
mounted beneath the Rapid Tran
sit sign at Windermere rinds
from a sandwich meat scattered for
three blocks ... A new sign in
front of the East Cleveland Li
brary.
A grateful “thank you** to all
East Clevelanders who were “on
the road” this Labor Day weekend.
Not one traffic accident involving
a local resident had been reported
up to press time. Safety pays.
For the first time since it was
founded, Tarquin goes on this fall
minus the enthusiastic leadership
of Jim Austin. Home only for a
month between summer school and
fall semester at Columbia, Jim is
taking a much needed rest.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Allerton,
1774 Hayden ave., are home from
a week’s vis’t in Michigan during
which they attended the three-day
reunion of the Allerton family held
at Camp Warren, near Benton Har
bor. Next year’s reunion will be
held in the Catskill Mountains.
Issac Allerton, first of the fam
ily to come to these shores, had an
interest in the Speedwell, one of
three ships to sail from Holland
for America. It proved not to be
seaworthy and sought harbor.
Isaac transferred his family to the
Mayflower which landed in Ply
mouth in 1620.
Under the city’s zoning ordinance
all property is under one of five
zones. When a new residence, a
new industry, or a new commer
cial business is under discussion
by the zoning board, or when a
change in zoning is under advise
ment, the classification is observed.
Occasionally there may be vari
ances since every old city has
its peculiar zoning problems.
Always, however, the good of a
neighborhood or the good of the
community at largo, is the greater
importance.
For the benefit of persons who
may not be acquainted with the
classifications of the five major
zoning identifications of the East
Cleveland zoning ordinance, they
are listed hore:
Ul—Single, ^-family.
U2—Apartments.
U3—Local retail
U 4—Commercial.
U5—Industrial.
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Student Of City
Government To Do
Interneship Here
Having completed his academic
requirements for a master’s degree
in governmental administration,
Sheldon S. Schweikert of Erie,
Pa., has come to East Cleveland
to do his required six months in
ternship in a city manager muni
cipality. He began his work here
this week on a Samuel Fels Schol
arship which provides all necessary
funds.
Mr. Schweikert is a student in
the Institute of Local and State
Government at the University of
Pennsylvania. He received his A.B.
degree at Theil College, Green
ville, Pa.
During the first six months of
this intensive work, he made
studies on the Philadelphia Pub
lic Library, the Philadelphia De
partment of Records and cost
analysis of highway operations.
Ray White To
Offer New Puppet
Show Friday Eve.
Puppett show fans are well ac
quainted with Ray White, 16-year
old Shaw 10A student who is mak
ing a name for himself in this
particular theatrical field. Ray
announces the premier showing of
his newest show, “Hansel and
Gretel,” Friday, September 9th.
The stage will be set up in the
back yard at his home, 14501
Strathmore ave. and chairs will be
provided for the neighbors and
other folks who would like to
attend the performance. This is
his second annual fall showing.
Ray has put all his spare summer
hours on “Hansel and Gretel.”
Hours at the library searching for
background material, more hours
in his basement workshop design
ing, building and painting scenery
and props, making the puppets and
their costumes, arranging the
lighting for best effects. A tape
recorder augmented with a loud
speaker, will make for comfortable
listening.
Adopt Resolution
In Corlett Memory
In memory of L. G. Corlett, for
25 years the chief of the East
Cleveland Police Department, the
City Commission Tuesday evening
adopted a resolution. A copy of
the memorial will be found else
where in this issue.
What fating
Shaw High Alumnae Dance,
Mentor-on- the -lake tomorrow
Friday—night. All Shaw grads are
expected to be there.
“Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’* at
Kirk Auditorium Friday -Saturday
nights, September 9th-10th. Tar
quins will prove this comedy never
fails to please.
Puppet show “Hansel and
Gretel,” Friday night presented by
Ray White, a Shaw 10A pupil, in
his back yard at 14501 Strathmore
ave., 8:30 p. m.
Sixth annual Fall Outdoor show
and sale by Artists and Craftsmen
Association Saturday and Sunday,
September 10th and 11th. Parking
lot of National City Bank, Euclid
at East 107th st., from 10 a. m.
to dark.
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In honor of the golden wedding
anniversary of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry A. Wilson, 1823
Sheldon st., Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Wilson and Mr. David Wilson will
hold an open house at the Harold
Wilson’s, 1028 Helmesdale rd., on
Sunday, September 11th. The hours
will be from two to seven o’clock
and, weather permitting the re-
ception will be held on the lawn.
The Wilsons were married in
Waynesburg, Pa. They came to
Cleveland 22 years ago when Mr.
Wilson was transferred here by
the Pennsylvania Railroad for
which he had worked since a
young man until he retired six
years ago. For the past 15 years
they have resided at the Sheldon
id. address.
Great Lakes Co.
Drops Appeal
A request to drop his appeal
for a zoning change has been
made to the Zoning Board of
Appeals by R. A. Swanson, sec
retary-treasurer of the Great
Lakes Manufacturing Corp. The
company did not proceed with the
proposed purchase of the land.
The zoning board had approved
the request for the construction
on East 133rd st. and Mann of a
small manufacturing plant produc
ing airplane accessories. The com
pany planned to raze the old struc
tures on the property and erect all
modern office and plant buildings.
New Lawn Should
Be Protected
Against Beetles
Owners of new lawns are advised
to protect the new grass from the
ravages of the Japanese beetles.
The recommendation cames from
William Robertson who has been
in charge of the city’s now 13-year
old war against the pests.
Mr. Robertson suggests that to
avoid having new grass riddled
with beetles, it be protected. The
protection is an even distribution
of milky disease, diluted with top
soil according to the manufacturers
recommendation on the package.
This treatment given at the time
of seeding will last as long as
there are oriental beetles, or until
a new lawn is made.
The milky disease can be ob
tained from a seed dealer.
Counts in the 100 beetles
traps distributed throughout the
municipality indicate an exceed
ingly light ci op of the pests this
year. “But,” reminds Mr. Robert
son, “There must be no laxity in
this warfare in which the majority
of neighboring communities are
also now engaged.
Women Plan Welsh
Tea Sunday Afternoon
The Cleveland, East Cleveland,
Lakewood and West Cleveland
Welsh Club members are sponsor
ing a musical tea to be held at the
Welsh Home for the Aged, 22199
Center Ridge rd., Rocky River, on
Sunday, September 11th from
2-5 p. m.
Mrs. A. T. Williams, chairman is
planning the program for this
event which will include the par
ticipation of Prof. Wm. Albert
Hughes and his noted Cambrian
Chorus. Traditional Welsh refresh
ments will be served.
Further information may be ob
tained by contacting’ Mrs. L. S.
Hutton, EV. 1-9344 or Mrs. D. M.
Edwards, EV. 1-8259.
Passenger Injured
Ernest Phillips, 23, of 14721
Elderwood ave. escaped with minor
injuries when the car in which he
was a passenger struck a parked
car on East blvd. Sunday at 3:45
a. m. Driver of the car, Betty
Nadine Bums, 21, is in Mount
Sinai Hospital with a possible
skull fracture. Beverly Krueger, 19
of 1255 Conrad ave., N.E., also a
passenger, was also treated for
minor injuries.
Attorney and Mrs. Armand I.
Cohn, 1731 Wymore ave. have
purchased a 7-room dwelling at
2468 Charney rd.. University
Heights on a 50-140 lot. It has
a two car garage and is in the
$26,500 class.
Police Academy
Suggested By
Coroner Gerber
Published In Conjunction with The SCOOP in Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid
Superior-Rozelle
Civic Group Opens
Year On Monday
With a change in meeting place,
the Superior Rozelle Property
Owners Civic Association begins
its fall and winter activities Mon
day, September 12th at 8 o’clock.
The new meting place is the Audi
torium in Superior Elementary
School, on Superior rd., south of
Euclid ave. J. Durant Mix, the
president, issues a cordial invita
tion to any citizen interested to
attend this meeting or any of its
subsequent meetings, all to be
held on the second Monday of
each month.
For the first two programs.
Albert E. Schultz, a graduate of
Ohio University and Ohio State
University, and well known here,
will speak on Interior Decorating.
The September 12th discussion will
deal with fundamentals and the
October 10th topic with specific
problems. William Rapp is the
program chairman.
To up the efficiency of crime de
tection in the 57 municipalities of
Cuyahoga County, outside the City
of Cleveland, Coroner Samuel R.
Gerber and Oliver Schroeder,
director of the Law-Medicine Cen
ter are proposing the establishment
of a police academy. Schroeder, a
former East Clevelander, is also
associate professor of law at West
ern Reserve University.
The Law-Medicine Center, they
point out to the county commis
sioners to whom they have made
the proposal, is prepared to pro
vide the service in co-operation
with the county commissioners anj
the municipalities.
The faculty, they suggest,
would include the coroner, the
Law-Medicine Center director,
Alan R. Moritz, director of path
ology v«t Western Reserve Uni
versity, and experienced police of
ficers from throughout the county.
The academy would provide a
four-week training course for first
enrollees and a 40-hour refresher
course each year thereafter to
keep officers up-to-date.
It is also proposed that the
county employ a full-time police
investigator, with staff, as consult
ant, teacher, and trouble shooter.
The commissioners are studying
the proposal.
Skyscrapers Have
Ninth Birthday
The Skyscraper Club of Cleve
land announces its Ninth Anni
versary to be celebrated during
the week-end of September Cth,
10th and 11th.
The Hotel Carter will again
be headquarters for the festivities.
The events planned include an
opening Fiesta party, a cocktail
party, a birthday dinner and dance,
and a brunch.
Membership in the Skyscraper
Club is open to single men and
women who are between the ages
of 18 and 35, it being required,
however, tha men be at least 6’2”
tall and women 5‘10” tall.
Inquiries regarding either mem
bership or the Anniversary Cele
bration may be made by calling
Miss Hope Hack at LU 1-1793 or
Miss Gerry Gertack at TU 5-2541.
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Cleveland Leader
Pokorny To
Outline Area
Evacuation
Mr. John Pokorny, County Co
ordinator and Director of Civil
Defense for Cleveland, will be the
speaker at the first Fall meeting
of the East Cleveland Disaster Re
lief Corps.. The meeting will be
held Monday, September 12th at
9:30, in Fellowship Hall of Win
dermere Methodist Church, Euclid
and Holyoke ave.
Mr. Pokorny will speak of Red
Cross Relief and Civil Defense
work in other areas, outline the
evacuation plan for Cleveland, and
show two new Red Cross film
shorts. Plans for the new Red Cross
First Aid Course will also be dis
cussed. This is an open meeting
—guests are welcome.
East Cleveland Red Cross Dis
aster Relief Corps was organized
in June of this year, with head
quarters at Windermere Methodist
Church. It is one of many such
Welfare Centers being set up
through Cuyahoga and adjoining
Counties to provide all the basic
necessities of life for those who
are in need, or separated from their
families in case of a natrual dis
aster or a war emergency.
In the welfare program a wide
variety of trained personnel is
required, with women doing 95%
of the work. The East Cleveland
Unit now has 45 members but
needs more. If you are interested
in joining or want further informa
tion, call either of the Shelter
Managers: Mrs. Emily Schmidtz
—LI 1-8102 or Mrs. Margaret
Schneider, PO 1-8280. Or better
still, come to the meeting, Sep
tember 12th.
Child's Safety
Up To Parent
And Motorist
The opening of school seems
to remind everyone to be watch
ful for children wnroute to and
from school. But Chief of Police
H. S. Weaver warns that fhere
are a great many pre-school age
children for whom adults must be
alert.
Of the 26 Ohio children killed in
traffic last year 17 were from 5
to 14 years old, 9 were under 5,
7 were auto passengers,, 3 were
riding bicycles, and 11 were pedes
trians, 5 were preschoolers and
6 of school age.
Chief of Police Weaver says that
a 2-year old can be impressed he
should stay out of the street. All
children, he reminds, should be
trained to stop at the curb—
always—before stepping into the
street. That should reduce the
chance of running into the road
way. Most children run into their
accidents. It is normal for them
to run.
Anyone on the run pays little
heed to things to one side or the
other. Attention is focused on the
goal or destination. A runner
canqot stop in a single'stride. A
walker can.
The chief suggests that adult
avoid using the words “run” or
“hurry” in telling children what
to do. They add to the tendency to
rush.
Motorists, says the chief, should
expect to see children anywhere
so long as weather is favorable
to the being outdoors. An accident
takes more time than the 25 mph I
residential speed limit.
If motorists are careful, if par
ents make sure their child follows
good pedestrian practices, we may
not have a child injured on our
streets this fall. It’s worth a try.
Despite Screen
Success Monda
Would Teach
v
All is excitement at the home
of Mrs. Susie Bart, 1741 Doan ave.
Daughter Florence is expected to
arrive home about the 15th of the
month from a three months sing
ing engagement overseas. As a
member of the Radio Nanigans of
WJW with Pete Lee, they are
entertaining servicemen in Ger
many, France and England.
Florence, a graduate of Shaw
High School plans to make sing
ing her career.
Despite the success he is achiev
ing portraying the youthful years
in the lives of today’s great stars
of the screen and stage, 15-year
old Richard Monda is not losing
sight of his goal—a teacher of
mathematics.
Richard and his mother, Mrs.
Michael Monday, formerly of Nela
mere rd., returned to their Pasa
dena, Cal., home Tuesday after
visiting relatives, friends and for
mer neighbors here. He plans to
continue playing his juvenile star
parts while attending high school,
after which he will enter Ohio
State University.
Being on the stage is not a new
experience for young Monda. At
the age of four he attended the
Children’s Theatre at the Cleve
land Playhouse, still holding the
record for being its youngest pupil.
He was chosen out of 1000 appli
cants to play young Eddie Cantor
in “The Story of Eddie Cantor,”
a beginning for similar castings
since then.
13,750 Circulation Guaranteed Thursday, September 8, 1955
Receives R. N. Degree
Tuesday, September 6th, Evelyn
Miese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Miese, 1083 East 169th
st., graduated from the Mount
Sinai Hospital School of Nursing.
On Monday, September 12th,
Miss Miese leaves for Grinnell Col
lege in Grinnell, Iowa, where she
will work in the college infirmary
and, at the same time, begin earn
ing credits toward a Bachelor's
degree in nursing..
Rotarians Hear
Own Member As
District Officer
The Rotary Club of East Cleve
land will be host Wednesday, Sep
tember 14th to Wilson J. Clark,
new governor cf district 229 of
Rotary International, making his
annual official visit.
Clark, president of the C. H.
Clark Oil Co. of Cleveland, an in
dustrial lubrication engineering
firm, is a member of the Rotary
Club of East Cleveland and active
in a wide range of community
service.
He is a member of the board
of managers of Cleveland’s YMCA
camps and of the Heights Y, chair
man of the camp committee of
the Welfare Federation of Cleve
land and on the executive commit
tee of the Group Work Council.
A graduate of Oberlin College,
he has served on its Alumni Board,
its Development Committee and as
chairman of its Alumni Fund cam
paign.
He has been active in the Boy
Scout movement, is an elder of
Fairmount Presbyterian Church,
and a member of the American
Society for Metals and the Ameri
can Society of Lubrication En-1
gineers.
Clark was elected district gov
ernor of Rotary International at
the Golden Anniversary Conven
tion in Chicago in June.
He and other district governors
throughout the world supervise the
activities of some 8,700 Rotary
Clubs with a membership of 414,
000 business and professional ex
ecutives in 92 different countries.
Clam Bakes Have
Call As Fall Comes I
It’s the season of clambakes and
two such autumn events are in the
planning. The Exchange club and
invited guests will have their an
nual bake at Lampe’s Grove on
September 10th.
On September 28th, the club
joins the ECBA for their tradi
ional clam bake which is to be
served at Bud Marsh’s restaurant.
Tickets for this 7 p. m. serving
may be had from Al Cutler, Bob
Henderson, Tony Tomsic, Harry
Martin, Al Norwick, Dr. R. John
Stahl and Bob Stratton, jr.
Still Time To Take
’olice Examination
Men desiring to become mem
bers of the East Cleveland Police
Department may still get an ap
plication blank to take the exami
nation Monday, September 12th.
The blanks may be had at the of
fice of Tom Dinell, secretary of
the East Cleveland Civil Service
Commission, second floor, East
Cleveland City Hall.
Applicants must be United
States citizens, 23 to 28 years of
age and meet other specified re
quirements.
Honor Lowe
Retiring after 46 years’ service
with the Cleveland Hardware &
Forging Co., George D. Lowe,
2175 Lee blvd. wrs among the
honored men at a company ban
quet, and was presented with a
portable radio and an engraved
watch. He has been sales manager
for a number of years.
The international Conference of
Boy Scouts has accepted for mem
bership three new countries, Iran,
Jordon and Kuwait.
“Fill’er up.**
“A wash, please.”
“Check the tires.”
“Check the water and oil.”
These needs or any others that
may be made at the Sinclair Serv
ice Station, Euclid at Lee Friday
and Saturday, September 9th and
10th will be done pronto. From
6:00 a. m. to 11:00 p. m. East
Cleveland Kiwanians will aid pro
prietors Andy Kromer and Walter
Clish and their crew is selling gaso
line, on wash and grease jobs, etc.
All proceeds of the two-day Oper
ation Gas Station will go to thft
Shaw Band uniform drive being
sponsored by the energetic and
community-minded Kiwanians.
Nor are Shaw High band mem
bers standing idly by while fellow
citizens work to provide them with
new uniforms. They will be wash
ing cars, or entertaining with band
music at various times.
Other Kiwanians will be sign
ing up the customers for the free
prize drawing. Shaw High zrid
tickets, a pair of snow tires and
several auto accessories are
among the worthwhile gifts to be
given away free.
The largest incandescent light
bulb in the world—75,000 watts—
will be operating the two nights.
It is being mounted atop the big
white station and will be powered
from a separate generator to be
located on the adjoining YMCA lot.
Kiwanian Al Reas from Nela Park
has arranged to flash this power
ful light after sundown. It will
well be worth a look.
It will be advisable to line up a
time for your car wash. Arrange
ments may be made at the sta
tion or with any Kiwanian.
John A. Kemer, co-chairman of
Operation Gas Station, reports that
no delay will be experienced by
anyone inasmuch as extra attend
ants will be on duty to serve the
large number of customers antici
pated.
Youth Rescues
Drowning Man
Walter Olechnowicz, 34, of 909
East 149th st. is alive today,
thanks to John Clark, 19, of 14318
Mayfair ave. They, and other
friends were swimming off the
beach at the mouth of the Chagrin
River at Eastlake Sunday, Septem
ber 4th when Olechnowicz, becom
ing tired, went under. Clark,
swimming about 50 feet away,
noticed it, and reached the drown
ings man’s side after he had gone
under twice.
Eastlake police took Olech
noweizs to Euclid-Glenville Hos
pital where he was treated for
shock, detained for observation
and later released.
Olecknowics, is a Yellow Cab
driver, Clark, who makes his home
with the Harry J. Pleskos of the
Mayfair address, is home after
U.S. Reserve training at Fort
Breckinridge, Ky.
Rally Day, Registrations Mark
Church Schools New Fail Schedules
With the first Sunday after
Labor Day the church schools and
worship services that have been
on summer schedules, resume their
winter hours.
Church School classes in all age
groups will initiate the fall ses
sion at Windermere Methodist
Church on Rally Day, Sunday,
September 11th. All Church School
departments meet at 9:30 and the
Sunday Church worship service will
be at 10:45 a. m. Church hour
classes will be in session from
10:30 to 12 noon for Nursery.
Primary and Junior-age children.
All Church School members in
the Junior, Youth and Adult de
partments will re-register on a
new registration card. Parents of
children in the Nursery, Kinder
garten and Primary departments
are being requested to come with
their children who are not yeta
able to register on their own.
Parents are asked to be present not
later than 9:15 to help with this
important registration.
Youth Department classes will
be held in the gymnasium, start
ing with Rally and Registration
Day.
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On Sunday, September 11th, the
East Cleveland Baptist Church will
resume its regular program in the
church and the church school. Sep
tember 11th is Rally Day in the
Church school, at wb’ch time the
annual promotion ser.^e will take
place. Bibles will be presented to
those pupils graduating from the
primary into the junior depart
ments, and certificates of promo­
CALL NEWS
to
PO. 1-3378
Snow-Shovel Gas Station
Operations Spur Week
End Shaw Uniform Drive
Forecast for Saturday: SNOW
shovels.
Now is the time to buy your
snowshovel to be ready for the sea
son’s first snowfall. Yes, this Sat
urday is the day to put in your
order, for on that day the Shaw
High Band members are taking
orders as a part of the com
munity campaign to raise $7500
for new uniforms.
Band members will be on duty
at all important corners through
out the city of East Cleveland with
a sample of their shovels, an order
blank and a pencil.
For those not needing a big
shovel this year, there will be a
small one on sale. It can be put
into the trunk of your car for
emergencies or can be used by the
younger members of the family.
Models available, and prices are:
Aluminum pusher type, $5 alum
inum shovel $5 steel shovel $3
small size steel $2.
Leave your order on Saturday
and the shovel will be delivered to
you before the first snowfalL But
East Cleveland’s own Shaw band
will need those new uniforms be
fore the first snowfall.
Registration In
Order For New
"Great Books"
The East Cleveland Library re
ports that the 1955-56 beginning
Great Books Group is well under
way with a dozen or so registrants.
Leader of the group will ba
Gerhard L. Hollander, section head
in the Clevite Research Center.
Bom in Germany, Mr. Holin ”1er
received his secondary educ-x.on
in Berlin, is a graduate of Illinois
Institute of Technology, and has
advanced degrees from Washing
ton University and Massachusetts
Institute of Technology.
Mr. Hollander has taught at
several universities, has published
numerous paper, and has had con
siderable electronic development
experience.
He also has varied interests in
cluding music, hiking and skiing
are favorite hobbies.
The co-leader of the group will
be announced later.
The first meeting is planned for
Tuesday evening, October 4th.
There will be sixteen biweekly
sessions. East Clevelanders are in
vited to join early and order their
sets of books promptly.
This is the tenth year of the
Great Books Program which has
many groups throughout the
country. The East Cleveland Li
brary is sponsor for five—the
tenth, fifth, fourth, second and
first years.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
C. Molzan, 1766 Rosedale, a girl,
August 19th. She has been named
Elyse Lynne Molzan.
tion will be given to those gradu
ating into other departments of
the church school. This program
will begin at 9:45 a. m.
The regular church worship on
September 11th will be held at 11
a. m., and will be conducted by the
pastor. Rev. William Towner. Mr.
Towner’s sermon is entitled “With
Banners Flying.”
Trinity United Brethren Church
announces its Enrollment Day for
the Church School for Sunday,
September 11th. Class for all ages
will be held from 9:30 to 10:25
a. in. Worship services will be from
10:30 to 11:30 a. m.
On September 11th the Rev.
Earle C. Hochwald, minister at
East Cleveland Congregational
Church begins his eighth annual
post-vacation sermon series on the
theme “Signs of the Road.” Ser
mon topics will include “Fill
Wanted”, “Quiet,” and “In Event
of Attack.*
A number of men from East
Cleveland congregational church
will bo attend-- a Retreat at
Lutheran Meni al Camp, Mt.
Gilead from Friday, September 9th
through the following Sunday
noon.
Calvary Luth—r- CH—ch an
nounces the dia iua of its
summer worship schedules with
next Sunday when the one morning
worship service will be held at
10:45 o’clock and Sunday school
at 9:30 a. m.
The summer schedule continues
through September 11th at St.
Paul’s Episcopal Church with senr- i
ices at 8 a. m. and 10 a. m.

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