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Forest Hill Chapter B’nai planned by Mrs. David Balcher,
B’rith will hold its next regu- program vice president, will be
lar meeting at 8:30 p. m., Tues- a Gay Nineties Night, present
day evening, January 21st, at ed by Erwin Ellerin. Mrs. Er
Femple on the Heights, 3130 win Gerber is chapter presi
Mayfield rd. The program, dent.
Announcement!
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A former owner is now associated with our shop.
Lillian wishes to welcome her many friends and
former patrons.
Stop In Soon!
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AT 12413 ST. CLAIR AVENUE
In the past three months your wonderful response to our Going-Out-of-Business
Sale at our store at 12413 St. Clair, enabled us to dispose of the merchandise
we had on hand. This will enable us to buy an even greater variety and
selection of new Spring and Summer merchandise for our store in the Euclid
Richmond Shopping Center. Visit us in this convenient location with plenty
of free parking space.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL AT
EUCLID-RICHMOND SHOPPING CENTER
TOM
DIETRICH'S
ED, AND MRS. DIETRICH
Thanks Again, Come In and See Us!
SIX SIXES
Hail, Sixth Graders! Isist only of September enroll
This seems to be the week|ees.
for the sixth grade children of| All this makes the present
our city. Not only because the 6A classes in our six elemen
news seems to come from[tary schools pretty important
them, as you will see in a mo-1 people, for they will be the
ment but because the present!last pupils promoted who will
6A students, with only a week wear their overcoats to Com
of elementary schooling left,: mencement. We plan to list
are participating in the End'these boys and girls’ names in
of an Era. lour column next week, and to
For some years now, the East 'tell you a little more about
Cleveland school system has their graduaton exercises at
been engaged in the process of [the various buildings,
“sloughing off the midyears” Meanwhile, other sixth grad-
that is, beginning one year ers are making news,
with the Kindergartens, they
admitted no new students at
the change of semesters in
[January, and advanced this [mer’s sixth grade class at
process one step annually!Caledonia have been studying
through the grades. The result!the stars, and particularly their
is that after this year, there grouping into various constel
will be no “midyear” or Janu- lations in the sky. Stars in the
ary classes at all in our grade same constellation may not ac
schools. Every child wall start tually be near each other at
his schooling in September.'all, for some of them may be
The process still continues up trillions of miles farther away
through Kirk and Shaw, until from us than others but they
after January, 1964 when the are in roughly the same direc
entire school system will con- tion from us, and since very
early times, men have imagined
that they see certain shapes
[of animals and people in the
groupings of the stars in the
1 heavens.
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Caledonia
The pupils in Miss Jean Coll-
Miss Collmer’s students have
prepared poster pictures of
ten constellations, which are on
display in the Upper School
hall on the bulletin board.
Fastened to blue paper back
grounds are outlines of bears
and lions and so on, with the
stars that suggest their out
lines picked out inside them
'and joined with lines. The
'Latin and English names of the
constellations are printed along
with them: Leo the Lion,
'Lepus the Hare, Ursa Major
the Great Bear (that’s the Big
Dipper to us), and so on.
Children in other classes
have become interested in the
constellations from studying
this display, and the nearby
Branch Library has had an in
crease
mation
i suit of
in requests for infor
on astronomy as a re
this educai ional exhibit.
Rozelle
The
I
Halen E. Cohen, 1556 Glenmont Rd. R°zelle
w...
in Mr.
room at
an Ant
real live
sixth graders
Michael J. DeFiore’s
School have
Palace, complete with
ants. This is a rectangular
wooden frame whose flat sides
are both made of glass and
BAST CLEVELAND LEADER
in between these surfaces is a
mass of dirt with some wooden
blocks here and there, in which
the ants are working. And we
mean working.
The ants were shipped in a
vial from California after the
frame had arrivdd. They were
poured into it through a fun
nel at one corner of the frame,
and they saw the dirt, and they
went to work on it.
Ant work seems to consist
of carrying grains of dirt from
one place to another. In this
process they create two kinds
of constructions at once: tun
nels, where the dirt comes
from, and hills, where it is
carried to. The tunnels are now
beginning to be evident in the
Ant Palace, veining through
the dirt mass just beyond the
panes of glass though none
has yet broken through to the
inside edge of the glass, so
that the ants’ workings can be
studied.
The children feed the ant?
ant food, by pouring it in
through the funnel. What is
ant food Well, almost
thing that is ant size tiny
grains of hamburger or fish,
bird seed, small crumbs,
thing like that. The soil is kept
moistened, too, both to provide
the ants with drinking water
and to keep the dirt workable.
We said a moment ago that
the ants went right to work as
soon as they came in from
California but they didn’t,
really—not right away. They
lay dorm-ant for a while. Mr.
DeFiore and his pupils were
afraid that they didn’t have any
queen with them because if
ants don’t have a queen along,
they won’t work. But soon the
little fellows began emerging
from the pile of earth carry
mandibles, and they haven’t
stopped since.
Mr. Walter C. Kelley, jr., of
the Cleveland Metropolitan
Services Commission will speak
to members and guests of the
Heidelberg College Women’s
Club of Cleveland at its Wed
nesday, January 22nd, meet
ing on “What Is Metro.” The
meeting will be held at 8:00
p. m. in the Catalogue Room of
the East Cleveland Public Li
rary, 14101 Euclid ave. Mrs.
Harold Boehm of Cleveland
Heights will preside.
Mr. Kelley, an attorney with
the law firm Baskin, Kelley,
Lausche and Heavilan, is vice
president of the Citizens
League of Cleveland and was
recently appointed law director
of Shaker Heights,
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Victims
Fair
Still ia fair condition
Huron Road Hospital is Gaye
Kapp, one of the two 7-year
old girls critically injured in a
traffic accident at the Superior
Euclid intersection January 9th.
Gaye, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald J. Kapp, 1647 Au
burndale rd., has broken legs,
internal injuries and many
body bruises. She was thrown
63 feet by the impact.
Her close schoolmate, Dawn
Theriault, daughter of Mrs.
Bonnie Theriault, 13404 Euclid
ave., is reported in fair condi
tion. Dawn, was thrown 55
feet, has a fractured pelvis, in
ternal injuries and body bruises.
any-
Enroute home for lunch from
Superior School, the girls were
crossing Euclid ave. when
struck down by an automobile
whose driver, Arthur Rondini,
66, of 1250 Plainfield rd., South
Euclid, had collapsed at the
wheel. The car proceeded to
Forest Hill blvd. where it
came to a stop in a srowbenk.
Fortunately no other pedes
trians or vehicles came into its
path. Mr. Rondini died at the
hospital a few hours later. He
is believed to have been stricken
with a stroke as he approached
the intersection.
any-
Brushed by the Rondini car
as it sped by was a pedestrian,
Fremont Lee, 56, of 2253 East
St. Clair-Shaw
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Susan K. Price, 10, of 13206
Superior rd. who was thrown
to the ground. She was taken
to the hospital later for x
rays which were reported
negative.
Lee was also treated at the
hospital and released.
Mr. Rondini was well known
here where he operated a res
taurant with three sons, Pino
(Leo), Oreste and John. He
was fond of hunting and had
traveled in the States and
Canada in quest of large game.
at
In addition to his sons, he
leaves his widow, Mary, and
three daughters, Mrs. Sylvio
D. Paradise, Mrs. Robert L.
Tambascio and Mrs. Leonard
Mattano and a sister, JWrs.
John Caminati. Services were
held in St. Margaret Mary
Church.
Patrolman William Campbell
took the girls partway across
the street and was returning
to the other children on the
curb when the automobile sud
denly entered the crosswalk
and sped eastward. Of him
Mrs. Theriault made this com
ment: “He’s one of the best.
I have watched him as he
helped the children cross the
street.”
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