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MRS. EMMA J. HACKATHORN
For 38 years a Christian Sci
e*-e practitioner, Mrs. Emma
ei e practitioner, Mrs. Emman
Johnson Hackathorn was a mem
ber of the Mother
Boston for more than
Church in
50 years,
a former
the Fourth
Mrs. Hackathorn,
render and trustee of
Church of Christ, Scientist, died
February 15th at her home, 1867
Rosemont rd.
She was the widow' of George
A. Hackathorn, who died in 1928.
She was the aunt of Kenneth K.
Hackathorn, general manager of
WHK.
Surviving are numerous nieces
and nephews.
Christian Science services w’ere
held February 17th. Burial was in
Lake View Cemetery.
David Irwin
A U.S. World War veteran and
Hason, David Irwin, 67, died Feb-
CARD GF THANKS
•CRS. ELAINE R. BRAUND and Lyle
B.aund. Jr. wish to thank all those
who were so kind and helpful at the
time of the recent death of our
beloved husband and father. Lyle K.
Braund:
CARD OF THANKS
WE wish to express our sincere ap
preciation to tiie Priest of St.
Joseph's Church, friends, neighbors,
relatives for their kindness, sym
pathy. floral offerings and masses,
also Murray Smith of The Smith
Funeral Home for his kindness in the
loss of our beloved mother, Marne
omith.
CARD or THANKS
MRS. Mary Koshak and family. 941
Rudyard rd., express their apprecia
tion for the flowers sent by their
neighbors and friends at the death of
Joseph Koschak after the funeral,
the flowers were sent to the Rose
mary Home for Crippled Children.
In Memoriam
KRAUSS, Hedwig
Passed away February 24th. 1954
February brings sad memories
Of our loved one laid to rest,
You will never be forgotten
By the ones who loved you best.
Lov"- Mother. Father
Bi tr» and Sisters
In Memoriam
eofTEY. nJ Sr
Who
dm-'
sway one year ago to­
day, February 34th
our family circle has broken.
Another link haa gone from the
chain
Bui though we’re parted for awhile,
know we ll meet again
Some day we hope to meet you
Some day. we know not when.
We shall meet tn a better land
And never part again
We shall meet with many a loved
one
That was torn from our embrace.
We shall listen to then
And behold them face to face.
Sunshine passes. stiad.j,._
Ixjvea remembrance outlasts all.
the Chi en
i es. John ^ph
Bernard. Ann Marie ntu
and Kathleen Con] i
necessary,
f./''.
I
ruary 14th and burial in Crown
Hill followed services held Feb
ruary 17th.
Mr. Irwin was a veteran sheet
metal department employee of the
White Motor Co. He was bom in
Belfast, Ireland, and had been a
resident of this community since
1906. The family home is at 14405
Sciota ave.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Bella Perry Irwin a daughter,
Mrs. Marion Howells a son, David
McRae Irwin and four grand
children.
Mrs. Katherine Collins
Mrs. Katherine Collins, mother
of Robert T. Collins, Willowick
chief of police, died February 14th
in Huron Road Hospital,
Cleveland. Burial was in St.
Cemetery, Euclid.
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BANDS ADJUSTED
Front End
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General Auto Repairs
Buehner's Sinclair Service
609 East 185th Street IVanhoe 1-9636
Open Daily 9 A.M. to 11 P.M. Sundays 9 A.M. to 2 P.M.
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East 142nd and Lake Shore Blvd. IV. 1-5286
FEBRUARY SPECIAL
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East
Paul
late
She was the wife of the
Leo J. Collins, a New York Central I
System employee at the Collin
wood yards.
In addition to her son, she leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Mary C.
Taylor, Raleigh, N. C. and Mrs.
Ruth E. Rothman, of the Cleve
land Press advertising department I
and seven grandchildren. She re- I
sided at 1400 Mont ave., East I
Cleveland.
Daniel E. Brennen
Daniel E. Brennan, a rail
roader for nearly 45 years, died
suddenly on duty February
Services were held in St. Philo
mena’s Church and burial was
in Calvary Cemetery.
Mr. Brennan began his career
with the old Lake Shore & Michi
gan Southern Railroad and had
for years been with the New
York Central System.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Agnes Tolan Brennan to whom
he was married 43 years 1
daughters, Mrs. Virginia Law
rence and Mrs. Donna Morahan F°ur holiday
two sisters, Mrs. Loretta Van
Dellen and Mrs. Alice Doring,
and four grandchildren. The fam
ily home is at 12603 Phillips ave.
William and Vicky Smith
and family two I PRESIDENT EISEN HOWER'S
,aw- A FOURTH YEAR. Had you spent
months on an official
survey trip in
that great, mys
terious, present
ly awakening
continent of Af
rica as I did
mine had you
seen the pover
ty, the sickness,
the need, day
after day for
something over
three months
iiad you given
yourself over to
an effort to un
e 61 a n the
as the responsible
Obituary information may be
telephoned to PO. 1-3378
through Tuesday. TO
GL. 1-4383 through Wednes
day noon.
COLORED SLIDFS
NEXT THURSDAY
Thursday, March 1st at 8 p. m. I Mr*. Bolton
the public is invited to the East I people as well
Cleveland Public Library. 14101 Eu- I governments you visited you would
did ave., to enjoy color slides of I *el as deeply grateful as I do that
Colorado and Oregon mountains £“5^1 conscientious dedicated
taken by Mrs. Robert Wheeler, who I able get _______
will be remembered by many East I three years in this great country
Clevelanders as Lois Horan. I of ours.
Mrs. Wheeler has had an unusual I Here we are at the beginning of
opportunity to take these pictures. I fourth year of President Eisen
While attending the University of
Colorado she earned
consecutive years for
of miles of hiking
mountains. Later she ano ner nus-
525
pu I a n o
Chang. Engin. Oil u n
1
$
Body, Fender "Sfrcrighfening
Mfr and Painting|O^(B^
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MILT MILLER
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Material Additional
tfiy-
HE ART SUNDAY IS COMING!
Consumer Price Index was started 15
years ago. The end result? The pur
chasing power of the average work
er's pay check at the end of 1955
was 6% higher than at the end of
1954!
Still another bit of good news
greeted me—news that means that
our people are once again realizing
that a savings account spells peace
of mind as few things do. Econo
mists and officials of savings insti
tutions have reported that in the
last three months of 1955 savings
I _________
I Chief of Police H. S. Weaver
I said his department is joining with
I the other enforcement and safety
I agencies in the Operation Safety
I Campaign for the month of
I February. Emphasis is being placed
Ion the theme “Know and Obey
(Traffic Laws.”
I A number of studies indicate
I that 90 percent of the vehicle col
lisions have at least one violation
I involved. In the urban areas ex
Icessive speed leads the list of vio
lations, 21 out of every hundred
(fatal accidents showing this type
lof violations. Right of way viola
Itions come second with 17, alcohol
17 and disregard of an officer or
I traffic control device is 6.
I Chief Weaver today is emphasiz
ling intersection rules. There are
I two major types of right of way
(violations in the cities, practically
(all of them occurring at intersec
tions. People commonly can think
lof a right of way violation as in
Ivolving a car on the other street,
looming up to the corner. But in
I the cities that is the least frequent
■violation. The common right of
I way violation is the failure of a
(turning vehicle to yield right of
I way to through traffic. Many per
Isons fail to realize that the pe
Idestrian who is walking with the
I signal or with the main flow of
■traffic has the right of way over
I the vehicle that intends to turn.
I A few days ago there was quite
la discussion on the matter of a
(proper left turn. One chap was
I telling that he had been stopped
I by a patrolman for making a left
I turn before through vehicles had
Ian opportunity to clear the in
I tersection. His defense was that
I the vehicles coming from the op
Iposite direction did not get under
I way and he was out of the inter
I section before they had entered it.
I He was reminded however, that
I the turning vehicle is supposed to
I wait until the approaching traffic
has cleared the intersection, and
I then make his turn.
WELCOME YOUR HEART FUND VOLUNTEER LeFF.
ON HEART SUNDAY, FEBRUARY
*By Congressmen
our President has been
so much done in but
bower's Administration and Secre-
... tary of Labor James P. Mitchell
medals two I the secretary of Commerce
her hundreds I Sinclair Weeks announced record
through the I levels of employment for 1955. 64J
and her hus-1 million at Jobe, the reports say, 24
uiuiwu
jvuo,
band served as fire watchers and I million more than ever recorded at
I this time of the year. This means
meteorologists at a fire touer on I r/ductlons in farm
the Oregon Coast. Mountains, flow -1 and other outdoor workers have been
ers and ocean make up her slides. absorbed. Added to that good newt
the Labor Department tells us that
the cost of living reflected the
greatest period of stability since the
Frances P. Bolton*
EAST CLEVELAND) LEADER
26
This and That from Washington
th
increased by 5.8%. They predicted
that the final figures will show a
seasonally adjusted annual saving
rate of $18 billion as compared with
$16.8 billion for the same period in
1954.
Isn't this wonderful news? The
highest employment we have ever
known and the country at peace!
The average weekly wage of our in
dustrial workers up $5.79 a week!
And corporate earnings, upon which
employment depends, showing a
gain of $9.2 billion over last year.
Based on what has happened so
far, President Eisenhower and his
Council of Economic Advisors feel,
“It is reasonable to expect that
high levels of production, employ
ment and income will be broadly
sustained during the coming year.”
May we be adequately grateful.
U. S. SHIPS AND THE SEAWAY.
U. S. Maritime Administrator
Clarence G. Morse has declared es
sential to the trade and economy
of the nation Foreign Trade Route
No. 32. describing it as being “be
tween United States Ports on the
Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River
and ports in the United Kingdom.
Republic of Ireland, Atlantic Eu
rope (Germany to the northern
border of Portugal) and Baltic
Scandinavian ports.** A first step
towards the goal which opens the
way for American ship operators is
to apply to the Federal Maritime
Board for operating—differential
subsidy for service on this trade
route. At the moment there are
no U. S. flag vessels operating on
that route. German and Norwegian
flag freighters predominate.
Another thing the Maritime Ad
ministration wants is to have pros
pective operators submit plans pro
viding for the utilization, subject
to approval by the Federal Mari
time Board, of the Great Lakes
ships during the period each year
where the Great Lakes are frozen.
Write the Secretary of Maritime
Administration, U. S. Department
of Commerce, Washington 25, D. C.
for further information.
Is The Law
\At Intersections
I The other type of right of way
violation at intersections involves
vehicles coming on two different
streets. Many folks still do not
realize that under those circum
stances the vehicle approaching
from the right has the right of
way unless a sign indicates other
wise.
During the coming summer
there will be many more Yield
signs erected at intersections
where such right of way conflicts
have been frequent. A Yield sign,
a yellow triangle, bearing the
words “Yield Right of Way” tells
the driver approaching it that he
must slow or stop, as need be, to
allow cross travel to proceed be
fore he enters the intersection.
This is different from the Stop
sign. The Stop sign requires you
to Stop, whether there be any ap
proaching traffic on the cross
street or not. The Stop sign re
quires you to wait until you can
enter the intersection without
jeopardy or inconvenience to any
travel on the cross street.
The Chief smiled when he was
asked if he could remember any
instance where a citizen disre
garded one of his officers. He said
that most of the disregard was
displayed toward traffic control
devices, either stop sign or traffic
signals. There is a rather com
mon belief that a vehicle may
start up when the signal is on the
yellow, anticipating the change to
green. Actually the vehicle that
has been stopped by a red light,
is supposed to remain stopped
until the light in his direction is
green and all traffic that entered
the intersection legally has cleared
it. If all persons followed that
rule, there would be absolutely no
jumping of the gun.
The Chief remarked that traffic
signals are sometimes more com
plicated than they used to be. At
one time the traffic signal was
quite simple. When it showed red
in one direction, it showed green
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in the other. Now, however, one
must be sure that the light is
green in the direction one wants
to go. Some folks are going to
have to learn to watch the traffic
light different than they have been
doing.
Ultimately these complex inter
sections or areas where traffic is
held up in one direction to permit
turns and other special maneuvers
will be equipped with pedestrian
signals. Meanwhile, however, a
person must be sure that he has
the green in his direction before
he starts. Pedestrians should not
start across the street when the
yellow shows up on the traffic
signal in any direction, because
that is an indication that the light
is about to change and he doesn’t
have time enough to get across
without holding up the vehicular
traffic.
Girl Scouts
News for this column should
be received no later than
.Monday.
Intermediate Troop 597 has
planned an international buffet
supper for tonight, at the East
Cleveland Congregational Church,
Page ave. at Euclid ave. at 6 p. m.
Betty Van Vliet and Rita Yaxley
are arranging the menu, which
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boasts of foods from the following
continents, Asia Minor: Piallaf,
from Greece. Asia Far East:
Shanghai casserole, Chow Mein,
Rice Pudding, Spice Cake, Hawai
ian Ranchburgers.
Piszs and Spaghetti from Italy.
French Bread, Hungarian Goulash,
German Potato Salad South
America: Spanish Rice, Coffee
North America: Raw Fresh Vege
tables and milk.
Guests are families and girls in
the Senior-Troop 1039 and Brownie
Troop 318.
e e
On February 16th the Girl
Scouts said farewell to Mrs. J. D.
Hatch, 15209 Elderwood ave., whp
served as East District chairman
for three years. The committee,
under her direction, worked relent
lessly to bring the Girl Scout slo
gan, “Do a good turn daily,” to
the attention of the public.
The new committee for East
District is: Chairman: Mrs. Frank
J. Marecz, 1771 Eddy rd. Co
chairman Mrs. R. M. Serota, 1861
Burnette ave. Secretary: Mrs.
T. E. Michell, 983 Greyton rd.
Treasurer: Mrs. George Voinovich,
17018 Endora dr.
On February 16th the Girl
Scouts said farewell to Mrs. J. D.
Hatch, 15209 Elderwood, who
served as East District chairman
for three years. The committee
under her direction worked re
lentlessly to bring the Girl Scout
slogan to the public’s attention,
“Do a good turn daily.’*
The' new committee for East
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