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Shaw PTA Seeks 300 To Help
Develop Code Of Conduct For
Students And Parents Alike
D. Lawrence Hall
WANTED: At least 300 Shaw
High parents, students, and
interested folks of Ease
Cleveland to attend Shaw
PTA’s second session in the
development of a possible
Code of Conduct for parents
and students, Thursday,
February 20th, 8 p. m. at
Shaw High.
IF vou’re a parent of a Shaw
High
‘student
you’re a Shaw High
IF
pupil
IF you’re an ex-parent of a
Shaw High student or some
one interested in maintaining
high standards in East Cleve
land
Then, next Thursday’s Shaw
PTA meeting, February 20th,
is for YOU!
For the February meeting—
the second in a series of four
'designed ro attempt to formu
late a workable Code of Con-
Mr. Steinbicker was treasurer
the National Acme Co., retir
ing in March of 1957. He is a
member of the Eastern Cleve
land Rotary Club and serves on
the E.’.st Cleveland Police-Fire
men’s Pension Board.
The couple have two children.
Mrs. Albert Thomas of 3901
Elmwood rd., Cleveland Heights
■nd Mrs. Fred Kurtzner, of 3618
Silsby rd. and five grand
.hildren.
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duct under the general theme
of ‘‘Doing It the Shaw Hi
Way”—will feature a panel
of Shaw High parents, repre
senting all section of East
Cleveland, who’ll discuss “A
Parent’s Look at Home.”
Moderator of the parent’s
panel will be Rev. Laurence H.
Hall, Rector of St. Paul’a Epis
copal Church in East Cleveland.
In January, a panel of Shaw
High students started the
four series meetings by doing
an outstanding job of speak
ing the student’s point of'view.
One of the largest Shaw PTA
crowds in years listened eager
ly as the student panel liter
ally “let down their hair” and
voiced the opinions of Shaw’s
student body.
Now comes the parent’s turn
to give their side of the prob
lems.
“We were more than happy
at the turn-out last month,”
said Program Chairman, Rev.
J. Franklin McHendry. “We
feel Shaw PTA has hit on a
topic of considerable timeliness
and interest. We’re banking on
a lot more folks showing up
next Thursday night to hear
what Pop and Mom have to
say.”
Says Shaw PTA President
Budd G. Andrews: “Parents
have a terrific problem on
knowing what’s best for their
sons and daughters attending
Shaw. Are parents to strict?
Too lenient? What’s the happy
medium? We’re hoping the
parent’s panel will come up
with some suggestions and so
lutions!”
then
A quiet observance of
fiftieth wedding anniversary is
planned by Mr. and Mrs. George
J. Steinbicker, of 15724 Glynn
I rd., who were married in Cincin
Inati, Ohio on February 20th,
1908 and who have made their
home here for the past 40 years.
The last two sessions are:
March 20th: The School* and
Community Looks at Both.
April 17th: Stop—Look
Listen!
Last Thursday evening, the
Shaw PTA Board held its
monthly meeting at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. William
ris, 15981 Glynn rd. Highlight
of this meeting was the report
from the Membership Commit
tee that the present Shaw PTA
enrollment is now 501, a new
record in the past 10 years!
Personals
Miss Mary Vernon enter
mined the Epworth Fellowship,
of Epworth Euclid Methodist
Church at her home, 1892 Idle-,
wood ave., Sunday night fol-1
lowing the regular Sunday
night meeting of the Young
Adults. I
The meeting, held at the I
church featured a modern Cir
cuit Rider, Paul H. Bouse who
braved the storm to travel 45
miles from Oberlin, Ohio, to'
speak on “The Methodist Cir
cuit Riders.”
There were 20 members and
guests present at Miss Ver
non’s home for the social hour,
many of them from the East
Cleveland area.
The Epworth Fellow'ship is
an active group of young adult
people and has
ties each week,
all interested
from the area.
WEDNESDAY 'TIL NOON amateur
OR
similar activi
They welcome
young adults
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Camp Fire
TAWANKA of Chambers
School announce their newly
elected officers as follows:
Virginia Fritz, president Lois
Anderson, vice president
Nancy Kreilach, secretary Judy
Dagenbach, treasurer Bonnie
Jordan, scribe. These girls have
passed their Trail Seekers Rank
under the leadership of Mrs.
Richard Dagenbach. TAW AN
KA group held a party for their
mothers as a part of their rank
requirements.
KI-TAN-DA GROUP, Pros
pect School, under the leader
ship of Mrs. William Stone, ob
served Mrs. Helen Bando dem
onstrating proper hair care, and
how to set hair in pin curls.
Elaine Devey served as model.
Parents were invited.
Members Doris Holzheimer,
Marie Kraber, Sandra Sebald,
and Cheryl Missbach have com
pleted a modeling course, fol
lowing a six-week bowling ses
sion in which all members par
ticipated.
Sallv Ojala was hostess to
the CHA-YO-TE-KA girls at
her home. Their meetings have
been set with the first Friday
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Among the 40
"hams”
County
last week was one lone woman
operator. Mrs. Ricks served on
the hostess committee. The
Ricks, former operators of
attending the Lorain
Radio Club meeting
a
record shop here, now devote
all their time and attention to
their maple grove, bees and an
tiques on their farm near
Chagrin Falls.
Plenty of excitement at the
William C. Linehans as their
sixth grandchild, Charles Eric
Linehan is born to Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Linehan at Frank
lin Park, N. J., January 24th.
The W. G. Linehans have two
other children, William Craig
and Elizabeth Ann. Mrs.
E. E. Newcombe, Montford rd.,
the maternal grandmother, has
gone to Franklin Park to meet
their new grandson.
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Eastgate *tH
IF. II.
What will
the
being an evening meeting in the
home of a member and the third
Friday, being an afternoon
meeting in the home of their
leader, Mrs. Frank Missbach.
The newly chartered CHEER
FUL BLUE BIRD GROUP of
Prospect School, under the
leadership of Mrs. Frank Holz
heimer is made up of these
second graders: Patty Brozell,
Kathy Maloney, Nancy Pearse,
Pamela Grove, Janis Langer,
Lorna Schreck, Lian Klimow
ski, Linda Cole, Lynn Weyaudt,
Loretta Banis, Kathy Schuff,
and Debbie Holzheimer. Spon
sors are Mrs. Warren Langer
and Mrs. Paul Schuff
Having completed two years
as Public Relations Chairman
for East District Camp Fire,
Mrs. Robert Kraber turns the
publicity over to the able and
interested hands of Mrs. James
A. Swaney.
Mrs. Swaney has been inter
ested in Camp Fire since May
fair School days. She passed1
her Trail Seekers, Woodgathers,
and Firemakers ranks and when
she became Assistant Leader
Winter Sale
proposed
change
tn
phone rates
mean
to you
Q. HOW MUCH
higher will the
new rates be?
Q. WHEN
will the new rates
go into effect?
Q. WHY
is a rate increase
necessary
Q. WHAT
will I get out of
the rate change?
Q. HOW
do Cleveland’s
telephone rates
compare?
$60.00
“uV TO
ON
GRAVE
MARKERS
for the KE-YO-KWAs, she re
newed her interest and passed
her Torchbearers rank in Home
making. Now the KE-YO-KWA
Group have become the Horizon
Club with Mrs. Swaney as As
sistant Advisor. She is working
on her Torchbearers rank in
Gardening.
Mrs. Swaney can be reached
at RE. 1-9487 or 21701 Bruce
ave., Euclid 23, Ohio
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That’s hard to say. We can’t raise our prices any time we feel it necessary, as most
other businesses can. We must first get the approval of the Utilities Commission.
This means we must satisfy the Commission that we really need the increase before
they’ll OK it. All this takes time, but it makes sure that the telephone customer and
the company both get a square deal.
For the same reason other businesses have raised prices—RJSING COSTS!
—Ohio Bell’s annual tax bill has increased more than $15,000,000 since 1953.
We paid over $52,000,000 in taxes last year.
a telephone truck that cost $1,995 in 1953 now costs $2,370.
-Ohio Bell wages this year will cost $18,000,000 more than they did in 1953,
when we last asked for a rate increase. s
Some telephone charges are going down and others will be done away with entirely.
For instance:
all toll and multi-message unit charges on calls within the Cleveland Metro
politan Area will be dropped.
Willoughby will become a part of the regular Cleveland local calling area.
the elimination of zone rate differentials will benefit many customers.
We’ll eliminate multi-message unit charges between:
Willoughby and Painesville
Gates Mills and Mentor
Chagrin Falls and Chesterland
Hillcrest and Chesterland
Hillcrest and Kirtland
We’ll eliminate the $3.00 charge for "spring” cords.
You’ll have lower rates on station-to-station calls over 64 miles within the state.
There’ll be a new $5.00 "visit charge” which will cover all work an installer
does in one trip to your home. This will replace the $3.30 you now pay for
each item you have installed or changed while he’s there.
repair calls will continue to be free.
we’ll substitute a flat-rate charge for “mileage” charges on many business services.
Since 1940 Ohio Bell has raised its rates only 27% while the coat of about
everything else has doubled.
All in all the proposed changes in our rates will be reasonable. Even with some charges
being increased, telephone rates in Cleveland will still be among the best telephone
bargains in the United States.
Thursday. February 13, 1951
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Dan Wile* of Ohio Bell »ay»i "Even wHh en Increase, Cleveland's telephone
rates will remain one of the best telephone bargains In the United State*."
Ohio Bell recently asked The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio for permission
to raise the price of its service.
Here, Dan Wiles, Division Commercial Manager of the company, answers some
questions from telephone customers about the effect of the change.
The basic charge for your home telephone service will go up less than 44 a day—
between $1.05 and $1.15 a month, depending on the type of service you have.
The increase in the basic rate for business service will be $1.85 a month, with an
inerftasp in the message allowance from 85 to 90. Additional messages will cost
penny more each.
..
In general, Jong distance station-to-station rates for calls under 54 miles within Ohio
will go up 54 for the first three minutes. Increases are somewhat higher on most
person-to-person calls within Ohio.
Kirtland
Mentor
Chesterland
Wickliffe and
Wickliffe and
Wickliffe and
Terrace and Chesterland
Terrace and Kirtland
the OHIO BELL telephone company
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