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Our GI’s Thirty-five members of Cleve land's 9103 Air Reserve Group have been promoted to field grades as part of the biggest officer promotion program in Air Force history. Ninety percent of the 48,000 reserve officer promotions were retroactive to July 1st, 1955. The remainder will receive their hike in rank upon completion of BACK TO SCHOOL Pol it Parrot •moss roa sort eisis AND ... OFFICIAL BOY SCOUT SHOES Bv the makers of Rand Shoes for Men Priced according to size and style. Complete Line of GYM and BASKET- A OQ BALL SHOES L**9 Free Delivery GLenville 1-0825 up Baumgarten's FAMILY SHOE STORE 1427 Hayden GL 1-8516' WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS Open Mon. thru Sat required service* through Decem ber 81st, 1955. Two East Clevelanders are In cluded in the rank of major. They are Anthony J. Nista, 1884 Alva son rd., and Douglas C. Orr, 1892 Idelwood rd. Pvt. Laurence J. Howald, 1821 Penrose ave., Is home from Camp Chappee, Ark., having completed his basic training in the U. S. Armored Tank division.. He will be home until the 14th and would enjoy having friends call. Staff Sgt. John J. Foreman who has been stationed for the past year with the 6607th Air Base Wing in Greenland is home on a 30-day furlough, seeing his son, John Richard who was bom in April. He will be accompanied by his wife and son when he leaves for a year at Westover Air Base, Mass. Tho far away, he has kept in touch with events at home through the usual letters and the East Cleveland Leader.________ CARD or THANKS WE sincerely thank all our relatives, neighbors and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in the loss of our husband and father. James H. May. May Family I EXPERT WHILE U WAIT AUTO RADIO WIND-A-MEER RADIO & TV 13939 Euclid Avenue GLenville 1-9592 (Wind-A-Meer Theatre Customer Perkins Bldg.) Johnny Gale Sez FOR NEW 19S5 CHEVROLET Don't Forget To Remember To SEE ME At DORNER CHEVROLET 14115 St. Clair Ave. For The Best -Deal in Town MU. 1-7700 SOLOMON'S RESTAURANT AND DELICATESSEN Formerly Pealto's Restaurant 16161 EUCLID AVENUE Featuring A Full Line of— DELICATESSEN BARBECUE RIBS Barbecue CHICKEN ORDERS TO TAKE OUT OPEN ALL NICHTi LUNCHEON SERVED DAILY Full Course Sunday Dinners HOT CORNED BEEF AT ALL TIMES FREE PARKING HARRY LOEB, Manager eIl.:™ FRESH LAKE ERIE Bp FISH Young Double Breasted HEN TURKEYS ....................................... lb. PULLET EGGS................ dozen 35c 3 DOZEN 31.00 St. Clair*Shaw Poultry & Fish Mkt Ohio's Most Beautiful Store 12520 St. Clair Avenue 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. Next To The Cleveland Trust Bank JOSEPH LIBMAN G1ZELLA LICHTIG CkurckeA With early fall a woman’s fancy turns to clothes. Timely for mem bers and friends of Trinity United Brethren Church is the Fashion Show highlighting a “Ladies Night Out.” The evening is being spon sored by the newly formed Miss and Mrs. Club of Trinity United Brethren Church, Hayden at Alder aves., Monday, September 12th. Belmar Fashions showing th* newest in fall attire. Modeling will be Mrs. Williar Faeber, Mrs. Reginald Morgans, Mrs. Ed gar Sherman and Miss Joanne Baumann. Tickets may be had from Mrs. Daniel McNall, Mrs. Willard Harty, Mrs. Anthony Martin, or presidents of the adult classes. e e The Woman’s Society of Chris tian Service of the Church of the Cross w'ill meet Wednesday Sep tember 14th, the Cabinet meeting at 10 a. m.. The Prayer circle at 11:30 a. m. and the luncheon at 12 noon. The general meting will con vene at 1:30 p. m. Circle A will have charge of devotions. Mrs. Lloyd Sherman will speak on “The Spread of the Kingdom in Peril ous Times” and Mrs. C. Meckstroth will shown slides on Korea. The officers of the Guidon Class of the Church of the Cross held their first meeting of the season at the home of the new president, Mr. George Reichard on Rush leigh ave., Cleveland Heigts. Any new members of the church (or old) would be more than wel come to join in the activities of this group. The first regular meet ing of season will be held on Thurs day, September 22nd at 8 p. m. at the church. The new executive officers in addition to Mr. Reichard are A. Royer, vice president J. Porcello, treasurer, Virginia Hendricks, sec retary Virginia Hazelett, corres ponding secretary R. Waterbury, teacher G. Simon, assistant teacher. ... The Women’s Society of Chris tian Service of Windermere Meth odist Church will start the Fall Season by celebrating the WSCS fifteenth birthday anniversary. The first regular meeting will be the Birthday Anniversary Dinner on Wednesday, September 14th at 6:30 p. m. The program is being planned by Mrs. Wenner Funk and Mrs. Paul Schuff. Mrs. Hoyt Lowden will have the deotions. The dinner will be sered by Cir cle 1, Mrs. John Miller, chair man. Circle No. 10. Mrs. Clarence Boyle,, chairman will have charge of the usual Bake Sale. The senior choir will return from its summer recess to sing at the 10:45 a. m. worship service next Sunday at the Phillips Avenue Presbyterian Church, East 125th st. at Phillips ave. It wil Ising “The Hundreth Psalm” by Mueller and as an offertory “Be Strong” by Gibbons. Rev. Roscoe J. Varble will have as his sermon topic “Our Attitude Toward God.” The Women’s Association will tneet for dessert at the church at 1 p. m. Wednesday, September 14. Mrs. Ervin C. Pope, chairman of the Spiritual Life Department of the Cleveland Council of Church Women, will speak. Her topic will be “New Life for a New Season.” Mrs. Karl eGnsler will lead devo tion*. A paper sale will be conducted at the Phillips Avenue Presbyterian Church Wednesday, September 14. Bundled papers may be left there September 13th or until 1 p. m., September 14th. Deaths Paul R. Trexler From vaudeville career to the hardware business was the career of Paul R. Trexler, 71, who died August 30th in Huron Road Hos pital, following a heart attack. He lived at 1855 Beersford rd. Serv ices were held in St. Philomena (JNKLE HANK SEZ IT LOOKS LIKE SOME O' 1W' WOMEN NOWA-DWS SELECT ‘1HEIQ HUSBANDS AS TO HOW MUCH ALIM0N7 CAN PA?. T* no We haven’t much to say LABOR DAY, except we hope you had a safe and enjoyable holiday. Roby TV A Appliance RECONDITIONED BAA QE TV SETS ROBY TV up APPUANCE NEVER KNOWING V UNDERSOi D1’ OPEN MON TUES FRt MIGHTS TH 9 PM CLt^na 1-2201 A .Cv.-.. EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Sunday, Monday. Tuesday, September 11th to 13th. double feature: “It Came From Be neath the Sea” and “Creature With the Atom Brain.” Wednesday, September 14th— “7 Angry Men.” 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. WINDOW WASHING Storm Window and Screen Service Wall Washing Gutters Cleaned HOUSE CLEANING Fully Insured VETERANS 12700 Superior Ave. GL. 1-7482 GL 1-2757 Evening LL 14447 DAVID M. LIATT1 LET'S EXPLORE OHIO Routes 52 out of Cincinnati to Chesapeake and Route 7 thb rest of the way across the southern and eastern border of this State follow closely the “Ohio River Trail” that was one of the prin cipal overland highways of travel by the Indians of the Ohio Coun try. This route today is not only one of Ohio’s most scenic auto mobile highways but it is one of the most popular among families seeking weekend and vacation tours for the enjoyment of alt At Point Pleasant is to be seen one of Ohio’s shrines, the birth place of President U. S. Grant, which is now a museum. Farther up stream along the banks of the Ohio River the tourist may visit the Rev. John Rankin House at Ripley, one of the most famous stations on the Underground Railroad along which escaped •laves made their way toward Church and burial was in Calvary Cemetery on Saturday. In his earlier years he held star billing on the Keith, Fox and other circuits as a buck and wing dancer. Later he worked for the Weatherhead Co. and more recent ly was a hardware manufacturers’ agent. At one time he made his home in Ravenna where his father, George Trexler, operated the 20 FREE Tickets You can get a pair of compli mentary tickets to the Shaw Hayden Theatre by reading the ada 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. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, September 8th to 10th “Far Horizons.” Kiddie Matinee Saturday, “Far Horizons” plus 4 cartoons, 3 Stooges comedy.- ,« NOW IS THE TIME 'TORE-SEED YOUR THE FINEST GET GET LA WN SEED! Add Beauty To That Summer-Heat W ______ ./eary Lawn! FERTILIZER All Types and Brands For A Healthier bawn ECKERT’S HARDWARE 1395 Hayden Ave. Phono GL. 1-4797 YOUNGS TOWN CAST 5 LIVERPOOL STEUSBd' VH.lt MAMCTTA Canada in pre-Civfl War days. Then combs the historic town of Aberdeen, lower terminus of Zane’s Trace, Ohio’s first road. Busy Portsmouth lies at the mouth of the Scioto River, the cross road of ancient times when the Mound Builders lived in the Ohio Country. Gallipolis, the town settled by French immi grants of pioneer days, and Ma rietta, Ohio's first permanent set tlement, have their popular tour ist attractions. Leaving the Ohio River at East Liverpool, the motorist can follow Route 7 on northward to Lake Erie at Conneaut. At An dover one passes the gateway to Pymatuning State Park on the largest lake in this area and one of Ohio’s most popular vacation and fishing spots. Today this route is being trans formed into one of the State’s best automobile highways. Farmer’s Supply Store. While in Ravenna he arranged and managed home talent theatri cals for various groups. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and Holy Name So ciety of St. Philomena Church. His wife, Elsie Gettrost Trexler died in 1951. A brother, George is his lone survivor. SPRING CLEANING LAWN UlKIHU 15522 Euclid AT TAYLOR ROAD Rib End Pork Loin Roast 29 LB. LOIN END.................lb. 43c Center Rib PORK CHOPS LB. 69c Our Own Fresh GROUND BEEF 3 1«OO Lbs. Beef, Veal. Perk Meat Loaf Mix 49 LB. Homemade Country er Italian SAUSAGE 79= Frying LEGS ar BREASTS 79 Lean Tender VEAL CHOPS 69' Lb. Theater THE PLAYHOUSE RETURN ENGAGEMENTS Prior to the opening of the regu lar 1955-1956 season, the Cleve land Play House will present two of the most popular hits of last season, “The Caine Mutiny Court Martial” and “Time Out for Ginger” for limited return engage ments. “The Caine Mutine Court Mar tial,” an exciting court room dra matization of the climax of Her man Wouk’s best-selling novel, will open at the Play House Euclid 77th Street Theatre on Wednes day, September 14th. It will star William Swetland as the dynamic Captain Queeg, whose psychotic fears placed the lives of his crew in jeopardy during a Pacific tp phoon, and William Paterson as the brilliant Navy lawyer who must “destroy” Captain Queeg to win his case. “Time Out for Ginger,” Donald Alexander’s hilarious comedy about a high school girl who decides to become a star half-back will open at the Drury on Friday, Septem ber 14th. This pigskin parade of laughter examines the home life of the football heroine whose amaz ing activities give rise to some riotous complications. Chert Smith plays the gridiron wonder while K. Elmo Lowe and Dorothy Paxton portray her bemused parents. RESOLUTION No. 1432 By Mr. Broer A RESOLUTION ON THE DEATH of L. G. COR LETT, RETIRED CHIEF OF PO LICE OF THE CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND. WHEREAS, it is with deep re gret that this Commission has learned of the death of L. G. Cor lett on August 28, 1955, and WHEREAS, L. G. Corlett served as Chief of Police of the City of East Cleveland from December 16, 1922 until his retirement on Jan uary 4. 1947, and .WHEREAS, L. G. Corlett served with distinction in this capacity. During his years of service he maintained a high level of effici ency in the Police Department, in stituted various new methods of traffic control and safety, and placed in operation modern equip ment for crime detection, and WHEREAS, L. G. Corlett was a RESTYLING and REPAIRING Now would be the time to take care of your outmoded fur coat to make into cape, etole, or jacket, while summer prices prevail. HAINAN FURS 12324 ARLINGTON AVENUE GLenville 1-2860 Open Evenings LEG 0 LAMB 63 Den Dee COFFEE charter member of the East Cleve land Kiwanis Club and also active in various other organizations in this city, and .WHEREAS, this Commission wishes to acknowledge his faithful and loyal service and to express and record its sympathy and regret at his death. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Commission of the City of East Cleveland, Ohio That this Commission honors the memory of L. G. Corlett and for itself and on behalf of the com munity, the City Administration, associates and friends, extends its sympathy to members of his fam ily. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Clerk of the Commission be and he is hereby requested to transmit a copy of this resolution to his son, Allen N. Corlett, and members of his family as evidence of their profound sympathy in their great loss and as a token of the honor and affection so widely held for Chief Corlett. THE EAST CLEVELAND CITY COMMISSION Pi used: Sept. 6,1955 Pi iblished: Sept. 8, 1955. 85« LB- Edward's Pineapple Juice 4 8 Rowland’s Smorgas PEDIIiA’Q 'Square Deal' Assorted Nuts Butter Toffee Spiced Mixed Nuts Butter Toffee Spiced Peanuts o free delivery ion orders of t5 or over We Are As Near To You As Your Telephone No Crowds No Waiting Shop From Your Own Home In Comfort. SAVE on these WEEK-END SPECIALS faOO 46-oz. Cais Edward's Elderberry Jelly 1COO 24-sz. Jars Edward's large 20-es. AQp Strawberry Preserve jar smfpy PEANUT BUTTER 39c 13-oz. Jar Hunt's TOMATO SAUCE 13 1.00 Cns we ri■SERVE Delsey TOILET TISSUE 9R,||t 1.00 Dan De CQp Potato Chips 14b. bag vwu THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QU ANTITIES Becco Imported From France Thursday, September 8, 1951 ANGEL'S LAMPS LAMP SHADES LAMP REWIRING LAMP REPAIRING R. G. 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