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Year Around and Summer Suits
Mrs. Charles Dever hat returned
to her home at 13910 Woodworth
rd. from her two weeks vacation
in the New England states, the
city of Quebec and Montreal.
After two months and ten thou
sand miles of continental sight
seeing, Mrs. Martin C. Loftus of
16024 Glynn rd. and her three
children, Gary, Sheila and Kevin,
are home. First, they accompanied
Dr. Loftus to the west coast, where
he was a convention delegate. He
returned home, and then the rest
of the family drove south through
San Francisco and Los Angeles
into Mexico, arriving at the border
on July 3rd. One of the “musts”
on their travels was an extensive
tour of the seldom-visited western
coast line, the most primitive of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Prioreschi
have been entertaining relatives
of late. One is their fourteen-year
old grandson, Larry Pustinger, of
Orwell, Ohio. Also at home for a
month has been their son, Master
Sergeant A. V. Prioreschi.
Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
J. Pustinger, leaves soon to par
ticipate in the All-Ohio Boys Band
in Columbus for two weeks. Win
ner of several musical awards and
a prospective music teacher, he
has been a member of Orwell's
Grand Valley School senior band
for two and one-half years. He
is a sophomore.
Larry’s father is in the employ
of the city of East Cleveland.
Word arrives of an arrival
a son, on July 11th to Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond E. Exum (Ann In
man) of Chestnut dr., Westlake.
The baby, their third child, has
been named Riley. He is the grand
son of the George E. Inmans of
2004 Stanwood rd.
The Inmans entertained as their
house guests for several days last
week another daughter and her
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Monday. Thursday 0 te 8 P.M. Tues.. Fri.,
Sat. 9 to 6 P.M. Closed Wednesdays
WATERLOO RD. at EAST 156 ST.
Come In and Get the Buy ef the Year
Regular $52.50 te $52.50
It's a boy for Mr. and Mrs.
Clark Townsend (Marjorie Gross,
formerly of Canton). The baby,
who was born on Friday, July 13th,
has been named Robert, for Mr.
Townsend's late father. His grand
mother is Mrs. Robert Townsend of
The parents, both Reserve grad
uates, make their home in Col
umbus. Mr. Townsend recently re
ceived his degree in optometry at
Ohio State University.
Favorite vacation hideway for
many years of the James M. Halls
of 15650 Euclid ave. has been
Honey Harbor in Canada. They
have been there for the past three
weeks and plan to extend their
stay another two. So fond of the
place have they become that on
this trip north they purchased
a 125-acre tract of land at the
Harbor. Eventually they expect to
make their home there.
Children reading clubs at the
four East Cleveland libraries close
their books for the '56 season on
Labor Day. Still remaining are
three weeks for any youngster
with a library card who wishes
Latest among Mountain Climb
ers Club members to reach a
quota of twelve books are these:
Patricia Bozik, 14009 Potomac
ave. Carol Buehner, 3386 Hart
wood ave. Bonita Collins, 15621
Terrace rd. William Dagg, 1015
Greyton rd. Marianne Martin,
14628 Shaw ave. Holly Mauru
shat, 15515 Oakhill rd. George
Molnar, 13903 Potomac ave.
Karen Lee Mott, 1849 Taylor rd.
Patsy Niedzolka, 1351 East 142nd
Mary Ellen Nieman, 14903 Elm
ave. Maureen O’Connor, 13605
Graham ave. Carol Opitz, 15347
Plymouth pl. Peggy Prendergast,
862 Caledonia ave. Margaret
Reed, 1009 Nelaview ave. Earl
Rudeen, 1534 East 133rd st.
Larry Schwenk, 877 Greyton rd.
Linnea Stroberg, 3410 Rosedale
ave. Patty Walker, 1186 Sunset
Others belonging to the Climb
ers group, .who have attained a
peak of 22 books include Nicole
Abate, 13706 Hartford rd. Judith
Anne Dagenbach, 14526 Orinoco
ave. Kathleen Ficzeri, 2067 Han
over dr. Mary Mann, 2124 Mt.
Vernon blvd.j Henne Reis, 12507
Superior rd. Lillian Scheel, 14116
Mayfair ave. Stephen Schmidt,
1088 Carlyon rd. Carol and Jane
Treebs, 1048 Rushleigh rd.
Among wee folk devotees of the
Bookmark Club three have finished
reading thirty books: John Abate,
13701 Hartford rd. Giles Marshall,
1783 Eddy rd. and Louise Smith,
13606 Sixth ave.
Inducted into the Army was
William E. Durkin, 16806 Endora.
Ervin Wm. Davies, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Davies of 1248
East 145th st., received his special
ist stripe at Fort Bragg, North
Carolina. Ervin, a paratrooper, is
with the Headquarters Detach
ment of the 82nd Airborne division.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Wannett, 1549 Hayden ave., a son,
Donald, on July 24th
)p.n 11|l8 P.
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jack of
Miss D01V E. Smith is spend
ing this week in Las Vegas, fol
lowing a tour of Yellowstone Na
tional Park and Grand Canyon
during the previous fortnight. She
returns to her home at 1835 Noble
rd. this Sunday.
Georgian Bay was the vacation
play spot for the Leonard Lind
ners of Nela ave., who are back
after three weeks in Canada.
By Gary Loftus
As I entered Mexico City, once
more the inconsistency of the
country became evident. Leaving
behind a poverty-ridden country
side, I beheld a thriving metropolis
before me. This city is surely one
of the most beautiful of all cities,
and it is something that Mexicans
of all walks of life are proud of.
Even Mexico City itself speaks
of inconsistency and contrast. In
the shadow of towering, modern
skyscrapers lie the quaint, old,
beautiful Spanish colonial build
ings. The streets are lined with
graceful palms and display the
French influence brought with
Maximilian’s reign. It reminds
many of the gay city of Paris. In
direct contrast to these fine wide
boulevards are the narrow one
way streets, with small shops
fronting directly on the sidewalk.
In this large city are displayed
many of the Latin American cus
toms. Of these ways the most
prominent is the bullfight. This is
one of the most misunderstood
customs of all. People think of it
as a cruel, sadistic sport. That is
where they are entirely wrong.
The bullfight is not a sport but
an art. The professional matador
(or fighter of the bulls) is endowed
with courage, skill, and grace
The bull fight Is a type of ballet,
and footwork is all-important. To
be a matador one has ,to have those
three virtues. Even to face el toro,
the bull, courage must be a part
of the matador. In order to kill
and not be killed, skill is a must.
Also, to make bull fighting the
art that it is, grace and footwork
must accompany courage and skill.
The bull, bred for the bull ring,
has no commercial value. He is
reared to be killed, or, perhaps, to
kill. In a fight there is no victor.
The one and only victor is death,
which is ultimate.
Do not misunderstand me, how
ever. I do not advocate the art of
bull fighting any more than any
one of you. I saw one afternoon of
it, and that will be quite enough
for me. One must not forget, how
ever, that is is part of the culture
of the people, and we must accept
it whether we approve it or not.
Mexico is consistent only in its
inconsistency. Even in the city,
where there is plenty, there is also
poverty. On the street corners are
ladies selling papers, with their
small children dressed in little
more than rags. All are shiver
ing in the cold summer rains of
There must be something
someone can do for these people.
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But who can or will supply the
help? We in the United States
do not realize how fortunate we
are that we live in a land where
the government and the people
will not let poverty exist like that.
We should be thankful for what
we have and try and picture these
people who have nothing.
The United States is a land of
plenty. Many of our own people
criticize the country and its
methods. If those certain indivi
duals only saw how the other half
lives, they would at once realize
how wrong and selfish they had
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Cuyahoga County Council Jewish
War Veterans is being represented
by all five of its auxiliaries at the
Jewish War Veterans’ 61st Na
tional Convention being held in
Milwaukee, Wisconsin from Au
gust 6th through August 12th.
The following auxiliary officers
are attending the convention from
Mrs. Ralph Sharin, 2111 Lennox
rd. (6)—president, Cleveland La
dies Auxiliary 14.
Mrs. Leonard Spefcer. 8810
Northwood rd. (18)—president,
David A. Buden Auxiliary 33.
Mrs. Leonard Silverman, 1844
Lee rd. (18)—president, Paul A.
Rosenblum Auxiliary 44.
Mrs. Sam Berlin, 14015 Superior
rd., past president, Hyman J.
Kessler Auxiliary 248.
Mrs. Ralph Lefkoff, 1357 East
Minor rd. (24)—president, Cleve
land Heights Auxiliary 524.
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Belts—Bags—Brushes—Hoses Onen Sun 9:00 A.M to 1:00 P.M
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FROM THOSE WE SERVE
It sometimes becomes necessary to make
preliminary arrangements in the absence of an
important member of the family. A letter of
appreciation received recently said in part:
were very cooperative and
understanding during the recent
service for my aunt. Her daughter
lives in and it was neces
sary to make preliminary arrange
ments prior to her arrival. She was
Whether the arrangements be made with 1
all members of the family present, or when cer-
tain members are absent, all details may be
safely entrusted to us. Howard Edwards serv
ice is a completely trustworthy service.
The original noto is in our files. Wo havo fho
•xpre$$ permission of the writer to use this quotation.
Thursday, August 9, 1956
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OPEN 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
ART'S BICYCLE STORE
15104-8 Euclid GL 14495
Aagaata Krauss. 1037 Taylor
Opes Friday Evenings TUI I PJC.
Tool Kit For Flooring Installation
With Each Flooring Purchase and This A'
Guaranteed Sq Ft.
East Lake Store
34505 VINE ST.
Open fvoninge 'TH 8:00
Closed AH Day Wednesday
Opoe Sunday 9 A.M. te 2 F.M.
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