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Addresses Business: 814 East 152nd Street Phone: Glenville 1-4383 News: 14600 Euclid Avenue Apt. 302 Townsend Is Commissioner President In the re-organization ses sion of the East Cleveland City Commission held Thursday, January 2nd, Norman W. Townsend was elected president and Ralph H. Barton, vice president for the year 1958. Mr. Townsend was appointed to the Commission July 1, 1955 to fill out the unexpired term of Kline Leet, resigned. He was elected to a four-year term in Novmber, 1956. Mr. Barton has two year’s commissioner experience, be ing appointed December 27th, 1955 to succeed Walter Sutter, resigned. He is now serving his first term as an elected commissioner. Mr. Barton is assistant auditor of The Cleve land Trust Co. and resides at 13431 Shaw ave. Mr. Townsend is supervisor of Retail Advertising and Pro motion Large Lamp Depart ment of General Electric Co. with offices at Nela Park. He has long been active in both local and area community af fairs He is a member of the Board of Managers of East Cleveland YMCA and will serve the Greater Cleveland YMCA, 1958 Sustaining Membership Drive as committee vice chair man. He is a member of the Min ute Men’s Committee of Com munity Chest, but recently re linquishing its chairmanship. .He is on the Public Relations Committee of Cleveland Wel fare Association and active in Euclid Avenue Christian Church. Prior to membership in the Commission, he was a member of the Civil Service Commission. The family home is at .’5925 Glynn rd. UnJer the provisions of the Esst Cleveland City Charter (Manager Plan) the commis sion president carries the title of mayor, signing all proclama tions and being the official representative of the commis sion. Defective Wiring Equals Fire Loss Defective wiring is given as the cause of a $3,700 fire loss -at 1861 Grasmere st., Friday, January 3rd at 9:12 p. m. The fire originated in the de fective wiring in refrigerator, burned out the kitchen and through a wall to an adjoining wash room. It also spread up through the wall to a second floor bedroom. Damage to the house is esti mated at $2,500 and to the con tents at $1,200. THIS •y THAT In Bast Cleveland It’s surprising how many motorists cast caution to the Wind when every weather con dition is against it. Any num ber of “Following too close,” Wrong left turns,” “Light 'crashing” and “Speeding” charges wre noted on the traf fic arrests over last weekend, when Old Man Winter really hit. Chester Koch’s (he is co-or ♦dinator of patriotic activities for Cleveland) calls for more display of Old Glory. His sug gestion is a good one. It’s high time to show the world that we, as Americans, are thank ful to God for the privilege of living on these UNITED States bf America. Flying our flag is one way to exemplify this be lief. A routine “first of the year” legislative action bv City Com mission is that billet dioux to the county auditor requesting 'an advance tax payment to bol ster the city’s general fund un til the tax bill returns make al locations possible. This action ’was tucked into the Commis sion’s organization meeting last Friday eve. Now one citizen appeared at the hearing on the 1958 city budget. The adoption set for ^Tonary 14thu calls for $1,529, 430. Good citizenship can also be rshown in the way one keeps one’s sidewalk Ion deep-snow days. Is there at least a path for customers and/or neigh lore to walk on? Volume No. 19—No. 2 Kiwanians City Closes Deal On Another House This transaction leaves but one of the five houses to be ac quired, and Mr. Apthorp report ed negotiations were underway for the fifth and final property purchase. The city is having the dwell ings razed at an average of $1100 each. 4 Robert E. Slaughter, D.D. Continuing the special serv ices in observance of the dedi cation of its new sanctuary, St. James Lutheran Church, 1424 Hayden ave., will welcome for mer pastors and former mem bers at a Home Coming Sun day, January 12th. The service is at 10:45 a. m. Letters have been sent to some 100 families formerly as sociated with St. James and all persons who have at sometime attended the church will be wel come. The Rev. M. Dean Shafer of Alliance, who served St. James from 1924 to 1950 will preach on the topic “Life’s Highway.” Serving as liturgists will be two sons of the congregation, Rev. Robert Boenemann of Mt. Airy Seminary, Philadelphia and the Rev. Clifford Schreck, pastor of a charge in Frank fort, Ind. The Rev. Robert Barkley, pastor, will conduct the service which opens with the organ prelude: Andante Maestoso by W. Wolstenholme and the processional by the choir. In terested participant in all of these dedicatory events is the congregations lone charter member, John Rausch. Miss Georgiann Wall will sing “O Saviour Hear Me” (Gluck) with Miss Julie Beau mier, director of Junior Choir, playing the violin accompani ment. Beethoven’s “The Heav ens Are Declaring” will be the offertory hymn by the Chancel Choir and the service will close with Clansman’s “Grand Choeur” postlude, Hans J. Heine, organist and director of Music at the console. The festival of dedication on Sunday, January 5th found the new sanctuary overflowing with members and visitors as the Pastor Barkley preached on “An Exalted House?” This as signment had been given to Dr. Fred C. Wiegman, presi dent of Ohio Synod, who lost his life in a traffic accident in early December. The new Ohio Kiwanis Gover nor, Norman W. Paynter, ex treme right, is shown with left to right, standing, Mr. Clarence Rauch, Mrs. Rauch, “like” Driver, Harold Danner, Inter national Trustee, Mrs. Danner. Seated are Mrs. Driver Mrs. Paynter. to Progress in its program acquire five dwellings on the east side of Beersford rd. as a site for a City Hall parking lot was taken by the City Commis sion. At its Thursday. January 2nd meeting, G. T. Apthorp. fi nance director, recommended purchase at $19,000. Participating in this particular installation was H. W. “Ike” Driver, Past International Vice cost St James Homecoming On Sunday trict 15, was passed on by James A. Bateman, 1957 presi dent to Cleveland Heights. That club’s Robert Sproull will hold the office this year. Mr. Rauch has been named by Governor Paynter to chairman ship of the state Membership and Attendance Committee. Stonebraker Is Re-Elected By School Board East Cleveland, Ohio Install Paynter Continue Zone Appeal While Hunting Tenant and past East Ohio Norman W. Payner, a president of Kiwanis of Cleveland, was installed as District Governor at a dinner meeting in Carter Hotel Mon day, January 6th. The festive and impressive occasion was at tended by some 900 Kiwanians, including International, state and local officers. Pending the renting of a one-story 4,800 square feet building at 13700 Beaumont st. for a use acceptable to the Zoning Board and the owner, Mrs. board tinued peal. Florence Goemdt, the on Tuesday again con Mrs. Goernt’s rental ap- During the lengthy discus sion, it was revealed that the original use of this building as a repair garage was voided President, and Harold O. Dan- hen the occupancy was ner, International Trustee. 'changed to a truck storage. The banners of top officials (More recently it has been used are always a proud possession as a storage by an electrical for their home clubs, and the firm The issue is the non-con Governor’s Banner for 1958 was forming use established when accepted by Wayne C. Blough,, zoning was instituted here, new president of the new gover-i Interested prospective ten nor’s home club. By the same ants include a firm repairing gesture, the banner of the lieu- transmission, automatic drives, tenant Governor which has been etc. on motor vehicles and a hanging in the East Cleveland funeral vehicle rental firm. Kiwanis halls in 1957, in honor (Neighbors who appeared to of member Clarence Rauch, the!object to a repair garage said 1957 Lieutenant Governor Dis- they would go along with either of the other proposals. The Goerndts were eager to safeguard their first prospect who however was hesitant when told his permit would be tem porary, under the existing con ditions. The board rejected two ap peals. One was a renewal of a rooming house Julius Pomerene, Union st., who must building requirements first. C. S. Stonebraker was re- tients. Inspection reports indi elected president of the East cated that such use is already Cleveland School district for being made of one room in the third time at the organiza- violation of a board action in tion meeting Monday, January January, 1957, prohibiting such 6th The new vice president is accommodation. Mr. Miller in Richard A. Gottron. ,dicated he would appeal the President Stonebraker swore in Robert A. Henderson, also elected last fall after about three years appointive member ship. Mr. Henderson of 1311 Hayden ave., is engaged in the plumbing business with his father, Fred Henderson. President Stonebraker. resi dent of 16461 Northvale, Forest Hills, is a pharmacist by pro fession and acquired school teaching experience while fur thering his education. He was appointed to the board April 1, 1949. Mr. Grottron of 15457 Brew ster rd., Forest Hill, is the business manager and treasurer of Cleveland Clinic. The Board set the second Monday of the month at 8:00 p. m. for the regular meeting date, but adjourned to Tues day, the 14th since bids for con tracts on the Shaw High build ing program and the wrecking!advance, permit by 1835 Mt. meet J. C. Miller, jr., proprietor of Euclid Rest Haven, Inc. again ran afoul of the zoning board. He sought use of two first floor rooms for care of ’convalescing ambulatory pa- violation of a board action in Ralph Peckinpaugh, elected board s decision to the City at last fall’s election, was ab- Commission. The hearing is set sent due to a bout with the January 14th. flu. The oath of office will be administered to him at the January 14th meeting. Of eight temporary rooming house approvals, two will not be issued until certain improve ments are met. of seven houses for that site, distributed by a committee in will be received at noon on thatjcluding Al Cutler, chairman day. Ruth Morin was clerk-treasurer. Sirs, elected Traffic Victim's Condition "Good'' ieluding Al sutler, cnainnan IRollin Rendle sham, Al Nor re-1 wick and Dr. J. A. Stahl. Friends of the ECBA are cor dially invited to attend. The next regular meeting of ECBA will be held Tuesday, January 14th in the Municipal Court room, City Hall, at which time committees are ex pected to submit their 1957 re- Condition “Good” is the port from the family of Rich- yu* v Alvlll v*iv Aosssss^y vi ard J. Salcer, patient in Me- rePort*. morial Hospital, Warren, Ohio. Mr. Salcer sustained a head in jury and a broken right hand when his car rammed into an! engine of a New York Central freight train January 2nd. Mr. Salcer was crossing the railroad tracks at Route 88. Wiat’ A being TONIGHT at Shaw High School, the Community Council will hear a Blood Donor pro- State highway patrol report &ram» witK slides. All welcome, that there is a clear view of PHILATELIC Society to the unguarded crossing. Thejni^ht at East Cleveland YMCA Salcer home is at 13412 Fourth Stamp auction. All stamp ava. icollectors invited. PHILATELIC Society to- U CtFVEtAND L' East Cleveland Leader Published in Conjunction with The SCOOP in Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid City, Library Get Checks In Tax Allocations 14,100 Circulation Guaranteed Baptists To Dedicate First Goal In "Operation Forward'' Sunday East Cleveland Baptist Church is rolling back the cur tain to display the first sector of its $65,000 Operation For ward program which has been underway at its building on Euclid ave. at Rosemont rd. for the past year. At their regular 11:00 a. m. service Sunday, Jan uary 12th, the minister, the Rev. William E. Towner will conduct the dedication of the new quarters in a long range revamping building program. Choosing as the theme for the dedicatory sermon, the Rev. Towner will speak on, “And It Came To Pass. Spe cial music for the praise service will include the prelude “La Folia” by Corelli for violin and organ with Mr. Robert Rimer assisting the organist, Mrs. Carroll. Mrs. Rimer at the piano will assist the choir in the 150th Psalm “How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place” by Little. Preciding the special litur gical service, the parents of the Church School members will have inspected the glorified basement where five good-sized class rooms, a modem kitchen and dining room and a crib nur sery have been made. While kitchen and dining room and one class room were previous ly located on this floor, all have been enlarged and entirely re done. Additional class room? have been gained through care ful re-arrangement. The addition will mean more room for the kindergarten, pri mary and intermediate depart ments on the ground level. Blending colors, vinylite and asphalt tile floors and modern lighting, add beauty to the en larged quarters. Operation Forward was the congregation’s answer to a need for added space to meet an ex panding program for a growing congregation. It started in the fall of 1956 with a financial campaign during which the en tire cost was pledged. Orte-third of the sum has been met al ready. The Operation Forward cen- Home From Hospital Home from Huron Road Hos pital. James, 5-year-old son of the William H. Crbwleys, 1786 Elberon rd., is improving nicely, his parents report. James was struck by a panel truck when he darted into the street from behind a parked car January 2nd. The 29-year-old driver was not held. James is one of five children, ranging in age from his own 5 years to 18. Mr. Crowley is an engineer for General Chemi cal Co. The City of East Cleveland and the East Cleveland Public Library have received their re spective allocations of funds distributed at this time each year by the County Budget The board approved the re quest of East Cleveland Post No 163 to add a 16x30 con crete block room to the rear of the Post Home in Hawley Park to permit improved rteck.|Commission. v™",*7i'™- ha, been allo. mg and rest room aecommoda- ted ,210000 (rom the Cla!si. tIons (fied Property Tax Distribu tion total for the county of A HF I ill $’,160,000. This is the main Fl KA I A I net All (source of income for public li braries and when their budgets OO have been met the balance is Un J(III 11(31 V shared by the taxing subdi (visions. The city’s share in this Installation of new officers is $22,639. of the East Cleveland Business Association will feature the annual banquet to be held on Wednesday, January 29th at Eastown Motel, Euclid Strathmore ave. The total local Government Fund for Cuyahoga County is $12,876,432 of which East Cleveland is receiving $266,740. at Credited to the General Fund the two totals, states Fi nance Director G. T. Apthorp, is approximately the antici pated figure put into the budget estimate. the General Chairman for evening is Harry Martin. Since all tickets must be secured in the tickets are being Add Records To Library Collection Rausch John is made of up tral comittee Stanley Webster as chairman, S. Robert Fraser, William O. Seitz, Henry M. Brown, and Mrs. Stuart McLean J. R. Cunningham, with Herbert E. MacCorr.bi? of American Baptisi as consultant. The Architect’s Comittee is composed of William O. Seitz, Ch arle Green, Eugene Aumend, Thom as Heron, J. H. Pulford and Miss Florence Williams. The architect is Wm. H. Weichel, jr. while the Schirmer Peterson Co. are the contrac tors. The new dining room will be used officially for the first time on Thursday, January 16 when a congregational ban quet will be held there. Speaker for this occasion is the Rev. Robert Slaughter of Rochester, N. Y., former pastor whose topic will be. most appropri ately: “We Did It.” Honored guests for the ban quet will be four members of the charter Phypers family, Mr and Mrs. George Phypers, Miss Fannie Phypers and Mrs. Floyd Chaoman, together with with Mrs. Blake Cooper. An Open House for the com munity is slated for Sunday, January 19th from four to six p. m. W. R. Morgans Have 53rd Anniversary Tuesday, December 31st is a big day in the lives of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Morgan, 13421 Forest Hill ave. It is their wed ding anniversary date and this year they observed the 53rd anniversary of their marriage in St Philomena’s Church. Mrs. Morgan was Margaret Silsby whose parents had a farm where Silsby rd. now cuts through. Of their five children join ing in the mass at Church and the famliy dinner at home, present were daughter Eudore with her husband, Theodore D. E. Rosier and their two children from Miranda, Quebec, Can ada their daughter Mary, with her husband, C. C. Minch and two children from Zenia, Ohio and son Robert T. and his wife and six children from Cleveland Heights. Unable to be present was daughter Catherine, now Mrs. A. L. Fink of Miranda. They have four children. Mr. Morgan is a retired torney. Four Children Are Coasting Patients All this deep, soft packed snow has meant good coasting weather and the slopes in Forest Hill Park have been crowded with coasters of all ages during the days since the New Year’s Day first heavy snowfall. Four young coasters have sustained injuries while ing in Forest Hill Park the past week. 1958 have The following Records been added to the Record Col lection at the East Cleveland Library. the Falls-Jones ensemble.” I Brahms, Johannes, “Hungar-| ian dances (complete) Vienna state opera orchestra, Mario Rossi, conductor.” NOTICE As vital as it is brief this announcement from Charles Fursdon, Mrs. Blood East Red Cross. It’s Blood Donor Day, Thursday, February Donor Chairman, Cleveland Chapter 6th. Call Mrs. PO. 1-9029 NOW for appointment. Credit to your church, your Your credit card is transferable. Fursdon. youd goes club. also There's A Mail Box At The Rapid Station Dropping a letter in a mail box enroute to work will now be an easy thing for Rapid Transit riders. Installation of a large sized mail box in front of the Rapid stations at the bus loop entrances were completed Monday, January 6th for the convenience of all Rapid users. The mail box at Windermere Station, east end terminal of the CTS Rapid Transit line, was installed Monday at 10:00 a. m. announces George Ven slovas. superintendent at the East Cleveland branch station. Mr. and Dr. the Convention Kyle Speaker At Shaw NHS Induction W. Harvey Kyle A former Shaw High School •tudent is returning to Shaw on Tuesday, January 14th to speak at the semi-annual induction ceremony of the Shaw Chapter of the National Honor Society. While a senior at Shaw, Willi am Harvey Kyle, now presi dent of Society National Bank, enlisted in the 37th Ohio Divi sion in April of 1917, to begin one of two carers that had since engaged his attention. Also taking part in the cere mony will be four student speakers who will present the basic qualifications for mem bership in this national honor society among all high schools in the country. Chosen, and their subjects, are: Doris Eich ler on Scholarship: Bob Vargo on Leadership David Baird on Character and Pat Moore on Service. Officers of the Shaw Chap ter NHS are: President, Tom Wachter Vice President, Tom King Secretary, Doris Eichler and Treasurer, Richard Palicka. Serving the Chapter as fac ulty advisors are George Todd, Harold M. Frank. William H. Morris, Miss Edith Scribner, Miss Elizabeth Wenger and Wayne C. Blough, the principal. at- coast within As a member of Ohio’s fa mous 37th Division, young Kyle was in World War I ac tion at St. Mihiel and the Ar gonne Forest as an infantry Platoon Leader. Shortly before the Armistice he was one of 12 enlisted men to win a compet itive examination to enter the U. S. Military Academy at West Point. He won his B. S. degree as a second lieutenant. Calvary, but after a brief army career entered the business world to become a banker. Road Admitted to Huron Hospital was Edward gher, 10, of 28916 Forest Grove ave, Willowick, whose sled collided with a halted sled at the bottom of a hill on Janu ary 5th. He sustained a com pound commuted fracture of the nose and facial lacerations. Galla- In “fair” condition at Huron Road is David O’Neill, 9, of 1791 Lakeview rd. David was up unconscious, by two Jackson, Mahalia, “Gospelipicked tongs by Mahsli. J.ckson .nd'’8”"’* *fter h” crashed a tree. Able to return to school Tues day morning was Tommy Too hig, 12, of 1902 Rosemont rd. Tommy was treated at Lakeside Hospital for strained back and V illa-Lobos, Hector, Bachi- chest muscles when his sled anas Brasileiras. No. 1 for 8jhit a tree while he was coast ‘celli’ and No. 4 for solo Piano. jng. on tbe park slope in rear The library’s music room of Kirk Jr. high school, with an excellent recording ma- Four-year-old chine is open to all lovers of received bruises music. Individual hearing appa- as a sled, being hauled uphill, ratus is also available, reminds swung and struck her as she Miss Sarah E. Miller, librarian. |wm wasting with her parent#. Four-year-old Debbie Hillig on her face Then came Pearl Harbor. Kyle immediately returned to military life and as a member of the General Staff in Wash ington he accompanied Mr. Stimson to conferences with heads of Allied Governments and top military personnel. He was the man who carried the atomic bomb papers on his person to the Potsdam Confer ence in July of 1945 and was the first individual to receive the coded message announcing the success of the atomic ex plosion in Almagordo, New Mexico, up to then one of the most important military sec rets. He resumed private life as vice president of Bankers Trust Co. in New York City and re turned to his native Cleveland in May position Bank. of 1957 to his present at Society National the service at reception and be held in the for members Remarks were made Rev. Roscoe J. Varble, ation president. 1957 Traffic Fatalities Hit High, Four East Cleveland’s fourth fic fatality of the year written in the records CALL NEWS to PO. 1-3378 Carran Explains City Policy Against The Moving Of Buildings In view of the city’s stand daily traffic of from 40,000 to in prohibiting the moving of 50,000 vehicles to Terrace rd. buildings across or along traffic or Elderwood is obvious, with arteries within the municipal- a resulting serious inconveni ity, a policy which intervened ence to thousands of people and in the board of education’s plan possible serious accident haz to dispose of five of seven ard. Even between 1:00 and houses to clear the Shaw-Ter- 4:00 a. m. between one or two race side for new construction, thousand vehicles would pass City Manager Chas. A. Carran Shaw on Euclid. is issuing the following policy “Shaw and Terrace would be explanation: closed to traffic for several “Moving of buildings entails days during the school term many details not at first ap-( (Continued on Page 5» parent to the public.” comments the City Manager who desires to clear up any misunderstand ing in the matter. “It is not always realized that when a house is moved on a city street, it is necessary to remove and replace traffic lights, street lights, illuminat ing cables, not to mention, damage to pavements and curbs The best growth year in the and the often necessary remov- 37-year history of the company al of tree limbs hanging over was reported by East Cleve the street. In addition many land Savings & Loan Co. This hours must be spent by various in spite of vigorous competi city department employees, re- tion for personal savings plus suiting in neglect of other im- a “tight” mortgage money portant duties. market in 1957. “The City,” says Mr. Carran, the company’s year end “has had a very bad experience statement, Robert C. Knox, an- Local S&L Has Best Growth Year Says Kerr has had a very bad experience statement, with the moving of buildings executive vice president, across or along both main and nounced an increase in assets lesser thoroughfares. One 20.8c with assets at the small one-story building moved a time high of $16,238.0 2.85. across Euclid ave. several years Savings showed a like increase ago was supposed to interrupt "’’th the figure reaching a peak traffic but a few hours. In-. $14,294,265.54 at year end. stead the building was on the h-nox also reported dividend Euclid navement for almost payments to customers Euclid pavement for almost payments one week. Also this was in the amounted to $388,287.33 during summertime and not in the the year which represented a winter when possible sudden. •. ice and heavy snow conditions nancial reserves, a measure of alone might delay operation the strength of a savings insti and close Euclid ave. to traffic. tution, total $1,167,131.42. for days instead of hours. interesting side-light to Moving five houses five sepa-. a®t Cleveland Savings’, year rate nights would multiply by end statement,^was Knox s an five the chances for meeting bad weather conditions or equipment failure. “If by accident just one of the five houses remained on the Euclid ave. pavement for only, twenty-four hours because of snow or ice or for other un expected reasons, the impossi bility of trying to detour the Hochwald Ends Local Ministry On This Sunday The Rev. Earle C. Hochwald will be preaching his closing sermon as minister as East Cleveland Congregational Church this Sunday, January 12th. Following 11:00 a. m. a coffee hour will church lounge and friends attending the serv ice. The Hochwalds leave next week for their new charge in Oak Lawn, a suburb of Chi cago. with assets at the increase over 1956. Fi- nouncement that savings at the company’s new Hillcrest Office exceeded $1.4 million. The office was opened in July and operated only the last six months of 1957. Looking ahead to 1958. Knox pointed out that although mort gage money would remain rela tively tight, a decline in the demand for home loans would undoubtedly tend to reduce the prime interest rate charged for home mortgage money. Like wise, general business and economic conditions appear favorable for savings and Knox forsees an even greater in crease in the company’s share of ever growing personal sav ings. Shaw Musicians In NE Regional Seven members of the Shaw High orchestra have been se lected to play with the North east Regional (Ohio) Orchestra at Orange High School, Satur day, January 11th. The repre (sentatives of Shaw are: violin’ As a surprise for Rev. Hoch- —Joan Fraser. Mary wald, Kiwanis of East Cleve- Thomas, Connie Welter land had as special guests at Margaret Chambers. St. their noonday luncheon this Thomas, Connie Welters, past Monday, his contempories Gwenn Cornman Flute, in the East Cleveland Minis- Moore French Horn, terial Association. Arrange- Strack. ments for this lovely gesture This 125-piece orchestra of for an active member was ar- selected area musicians is one ranged by the Support of Later members will be selected Churches Committee, Henderson, chairman. -...wo* ... ..... .New1 The high school is located Year’s* Eve. It to the death of just weAst of the junction of Cell 9 l.VV. .. V. ...C UVL..U v,. Albert Klosterman, 59, of 1881 Routes 91 and 422 Mannering rd., who according to a ruling by the coroner, died I from injuries received in a LOCSI Md(1 JOIRS sh“’H.X Ann viola. Bass, Viola. Linda Ken Robert of six similar groups in Ohio, from each regional orchestra by the to make up an all-state or associ- chestra to perform in Colum bus late in February. Activities at Orange High on Saturday begin with registra tion from 8:15-9 a. m. followed immediately by a full orches tra rehearsal. Full and section !al drills will continue through !out the day, with time out for meals only. The long day will be cli maxed with a public concert in traf. the beautiful new Orange High wag Auditorium at 7:45 p. m. Goodrich Research Driver of the car was released Nicholas M. Trivisonno. 1827 by police that night, following PenrOM are. ha8 joined the investigation. B. F. Goodrich Research Center, Klosterman, thrown to the, BreckgriIle Ohio as a senior street and his car badly dam-!t1 aged, wa. ruahed to Huron| A oj East Road Hospital, treated for a and of Shaw Hi shoulder dislocation and «”Trivisonno was graduated from leased. Six days later a rela-tp 7 tive found him in his home in In’t tute Technology a semi-coma condition and re- wlth. S’ chemical engi tumed him to the hospital. nee*?n*? n 19°0’ Mn M’S* or tumed him to the hospital (Ray. neering in 1950, an M.S. in or-' He is survived by his wife, chemistry 1955, and Lillian Foster Klosterman, who y™ «ceive his Ph.D. in phys wae spending the holidays with lca chemistry in June. He has, their son, William, in Texas, served a* a graduate assistant and two brothers, Erwin and Purdue Lniverrity and as a« research Mutant Gaea.