13101 Euclid at Lockwood
Robert H. Secnst. Pastor
Service: 10:45 A. M.
9:30 Church School
YOU ARE WELCOME
St Paul s Episcopal
1S837 EUCLID AVENUE
East Cleveland. Ohio
Rev. Canon Laurence HaiL Reclei
Rev. Robert E. Schrock Curate
8:00 AM Holy Communion
1O-A0 A.M.—Morning Prayer and
Sermon. Church School,
Nursery thru Primary.
Euclid Avenue at Holyoke
M. WAYNE McQUEEN
FRANK C. MARLETT
Church School, 10:30 A.M.
Worship Service, 10:30 A.M.
Senior High Youth Fellowship.
Young Adult Fellowship 7:00 PJt
(Comer of Hayden and Second)
llrSO A M.
When Yoe Como
Sring Your Bible
DONALD B. WOODBY. Pastor
GL 1-5572 Church UL 1-094)
A Fundamental Baptist Church
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Nelson Jewelers On Top
In Little League s Shaw
Division With No Defeats
By Bob Keefer
The battle for supremacy in the
East Cleveland Little League ap
pears to be a two-team affair as
the first half of the championship
schedule is reached. Nelson Jewel
ers, who were runners-up for the
1956 title, have an unblemished
record to pace the Shaw Division
while Kennedy’s Men’s Shop is
setting the pace in the Superior
Hill Division with a current 4-1
record. The Nelson nine has es
tablished a remarkable record of
producing in the “clutch” as they
have proceeded to run up a string
of six straight victories. An ef-
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(United Lutheran Church to America)
1424 Hayden Avenue
ROBERT BARKLEY Paetoe
Worship Service, 9:00 A.M.
Church School, 10:15 A.M.
FIRST CHURCH OF
Hayden Ave. at
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Minuter of Music
BY THE PASTOR
REV. FRANK DiCICCO
School ........... 9:45 A.M
Sermon ........... 10:45 A.M
Evening .... 7:30 P.M
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A PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE. AND AIR CONDITIONING
fective combination of excellent
pitching, timely hitting and an
air-tight defense has limited their
opponents to a total of only five
runs six games. On Monday
night, they spotted the Police team
two runs in the first inning and
then proceeded to score in each
of the remaining five frames to
chalk up ,an easy 12-2 victory. Last
Friday they again came from be
hind to register a 3-1 win over
Koenig Sports Goods as John
Kepich limited the losers to a
first-inning single and struck out
12 Koenig batters. Jack West, a
husky left-hander catcher, Phil
Bolton, Tom Brezavec, Christy
Tartare and Tom Perry are sea
soned 12-year-olds whose experi
ence is paying off for Manager
Jim Marinelli’s well-coached club.
The Kennedy team, whose only
loss was a 2-0 decision to Nelson’s,
is hoping to avenge that defeat
when the two clubs meet at Shaw
Field next Monday evening. Bill
Myles’ strong entry also uses a
quintet of 12-year-old performers
to good advantage. They include
Dennis Erne, Kevin Porath, Bill
Brelo, Bob Rainey and John
Dement. The latter player, who
alternates with Erne between
first base and the pitching mound,
turned in his best hurling effort
of the season last Thursday when
he held Stonebraker Drugs to one
hit and struck out 11 of the 15
batters he faced. Jimmy Bezdek,
hard-hitting Stonebraker center
fielder, was the only batter able
to solve Dement’s right-handed
offerings when he opened the
fourth inning with a single, took
second on a passed ball and scored
on a throwing error by Dement.
The second-half race in the Pony
League got under way last week
with East End Nash and Ken
nedy’s Men’s Shop expected to
battle down to the wire for the
title. These two strong teams are
evenly-matched as evidenced by
the fact that they finished in a
tie for the first-half championship
with identical 8-1 records, each
losing to the other. The “rubber
game’’ in this natural rivalry is
scheduled for next Monday when
the two teams clash at Forest
Honnegger Catering is the popu
lar choice to continue their win
ning ways in the Colt League al
though any of the other three
teams are capable of disputing
their claim to league supremacy
The G.E. Litesox have been se
lected by many as a definite
“dafrk horse” in the second half
fight since their pitching staff is
capably manned by an outstand
ing quartet of hurlers consisting
of Tim Wood, Dave Moore, Don
Gacey and Tom Gibson. Evidence
of G. E. strength was produced
on Monday night when the Litesox
overpowered the Kiwanis Club,
9-5, in a six-inning game shortened
by darkness. The Sox pounded four
Kiwanis pitchers for seven runs
in the first two innings and good
relief work by Moore stopped a
Hit By Auto
Taken to Huron Road Hospital for
observation and treatment last
Saturday afternoon was three
year-old Laura Thomas of 1034
East 146th st., who was injured
as she darted out into the path
of a car on Knowles ave.
Driver of the station wagon that
hit the girl, a Cleveland furniture
mover, told police his vehicle was
traveling only 20 to 25 miles per
hour, a fact later born out by
tests of skid marks left at the ac
Witnesses to the incident stated
that without warning Laura ran
into the street in front of the on
Laura suffered contusions of
the head and later was released
from the hospital. The driver was
New In Forest Hills
A new Forest Hill home at 3579
Northvale blvd. has been sold to
Mrs. Georgia D. Debes of Uni
versity Heights. Situated on a lot
100 by 200 feet, the house, of stone
and brick construction, has three
bedrooms, two baths, breakfast
room, and all-electric kitchen,
recreation room, and a two-car at
The new owner is the wife of
Karl L. Debes, president of the
Debes Refrigeration Supply Co.
Seller was James Restifo, who
built the home.
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Deadline Is Set
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
With the closing date for soft
ball registration set for this Fri
day, Mayfair playground director,
Phyllis Lisi, announces that, to
date, Team Five is in the lead,
with 80 per cent of its games won.
Teams Three and Six are run
ning close behind with their 75.
per cent average.
Registration for tournaments in
zell ball, checkers, and hand ten
nis at Mayfair will be open next
week, from July 22nd through
Play-offs begin Monday, July
29th, and last tor approximately
Managers and umpires of the
play spot’s softball teams have
formed a club with these duly
Richard Iliano, a graduate of
Baldwin-Wallace College and ath
letic trainer at John Carroll Uni
versity, has just been named as
assistant director at Mayfair.
Married and the father of two
sons, aged 5 and 11, Mr. Iliano
also has done playground work in
Cleveland for two years.
Five games in five days Is the
softball docket for Mayfair fans
for the coming week:
Friday, July 19th, Red Legs vs.
Monday, July 22nd, Panthers vs.
Tuesday, July 23rd, Blanks vs.
Wednesday, July 24th, Wildcats
vs. Red Legs.
Friday, July 25th, Blanks vs.
Red Legs team members are
Jerry Watt, Larry O’Malley, John
Sivec, Bob McKee, Jack West,
Peggy O’Neil, Cheryl Kohler, Jeff
Powers, Bob Hayes, Cheryl Smith,
and the captain, James Clifford.
Red Sox line-up is as follows:
Jeffrey Schultz, Billy Stewart,
Bobbie Gallion, David Sansom,
Jay Smith, T. Telechy, Martha
Trombley, Susie Markus, A. Stew
art, and the captain, Kevin Porath.
Duties of coaching and manag
ing the six Mayfair teams is as
sumed this summer by Mike Gra
ham, Joe Scarpello, George Sa
garis, Gary Patterson, Tom Clif
ford, Orville Wright, Tom Tifft.
Ed Schilling, and Carl Scarpello.
East Cleveland Commissioner
Ralph H. Barton represented the
city yesterday at the Cleveland
Safety Council’s Annual Civic
luncheon in Hotel Statler, when
East Cleveland was honored with
four awards. They were:
Award of Merit to East Cleve
land, one of the few to be presented
to any city in the country.
Certificate for Ac-
Police Traffic Supervision.
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One of the chief objectives
the East Cleveland Police Depart
ment’s current bike testing pro
gram, now functioning in school
yards for the third week, is to
familiarize riders with the safety
regulations for their two-wheeled
Officers will be on duty at the
following spots next week to re
mind youngsters of the rules and
to evaluate bike conditions:
Monday, July 22nd, Caledonia
School yard, 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Wednesday, July 24th, Chambers
School yard, 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Chief H. S. Weaver pointe to
these accepted good conduct safety
rules for bike riders:
1. Never carry, extra riders.
Ride on the right side of the
street with the traffic.
Ride “single file” at all times.
Obey all traffic lights, stop
signs, and other traffic or
Never “hitch” to any vehicle.
6. Give hand signals when slow
ing down, turning, or stopping.
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open every day
Most All Sizes. Many
Styles To Choose From.
Regular To $6.95
2 for $5.00
SPECIAL SALE ON
Pairs of Ladies' Rayon Hose
Sizes 8V4 to 9V^
Over 100 Items.
Formerly to $1.98.
COURTEOUS SERVICE, 'Complete Bee Food Menu Steaks Chops
FOR YOUR COMFORT ALL ORDERS MADE UP TO TAKE OUT
7. Dismount and walk across busy
8. Stop completely when coming
out of a driveway or alley, be
9. Always keep your bike in good
10. Use a headlight and tail light
for night riding.
11. Always ride at a safe speed.
By teaching children the proper
rules for bicycle operation, the
chief expresses the hope that, be
cause the laws are similar, these
same youngsters will become more
safety-conscious when old enough
to operate care.
The mobile testing unit, first to
be owned and operated in this sec
tion of the state and one of the
few in the nation, is touring the
city playgrounds this month under
the personal direction of Sgt. Wil
liam Hartford, safety education of
ficer in the police department.
Certificates of merit are given
each boy and girl whose bike is
rated in A-l condition.
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TERRIFIC LUCKY PURCHASE SALE
(ONE WEEK ONLY)
14737 Euclid Ave. near Page
Phone GLenville 1-5809
Sale Starts Friday. July 19th. 9:30 A.M.
Lions Club already has four com
mittees lined up for the 1957-58
President Richard D. Reese this
week is naming these chairmen
and their assistants:
Welfare: Chris Gremines, chair
man and Floyd Seibert.
Major activities: Michael San
era, chairman, and Chris Gra-
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GLASSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Lucky Buy of Over 400 Ladies' and Misses' Better
We Have Made A
Street Dresses Former Values To $12.95 All Are Famous Brands
You Will Recognize These When You See Them and Every One Must Be
Sold From $2.87 to $4.87. Sizes From 14J to 301 and From 10 to 44.
We Will Also Offer Hundreds of Items In Children's Wear At Almost
PLEASE COME EARLY FOR THE BEST SELECTION!
Sizes 12 to 44
Also Half Sizes
Regular To $10.95
2 for $7.00
SWIM OR PLAY SUITS
Formerly Sold to $2.95
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$1.00 Little Beys' Swim Suits. 97a
Sizes 3 to 6-------------------Only Of V
$1.98 Misses' Shorts. Sizes
150 DRESSES 175 DRESSES
10 to 16. SALE PRICE______ GIG
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14737 EUCLID AVE. NEAR PAGE EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO
Thunday, July 18, 1MT
mines, Willard Lamb.
Membership: Paul McCormick#
chairman, and Dan Woodley,
Program and entertainment: Dan
Woodley, chairman, and Michael
Sanera, Robert Hagar.
Exchange Club is making plans
for members to attend the annual
Ohio Exchange golf tournament
at the country club in Findlay,
Ohio, on Friday, July 26th.
SEE OUR FINE SELECTION OF---------------
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45 E.P. Dance
TO THE FIRST
Most All Sizes. Many
Styles To Choose From.
Regular To $12.95
Approximately 50 Skirts
Sizes 8 to 16
Regular to $8.95
LADIES' BLOUSE SALE!
Sizes 10 to 42.
Regular to $2.98.
7:30 p. n. ciwad Sunr*
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