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ADDING TO OUR STAFF
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HELEN MALEK and DOROTHY D'AMATO
SKILLED BEAUTICIANS WITH A
FOLLOWING IN EAST CLEVELAND
A sincere welcome is extended to their many friends and
neighbors to visit our modem salon.
SHAMPOO 4 TE LADIES 4 7R
AND SET
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LEARN TO DANCE
NEW BEGINNERS CLASS
TUESDAY, APRIL 15th
A Complete Course In
MODERN BALLROOM
For
er
Monday Southern Fried Chicken
Mammy Style
Tuesday Breaded Veal Cutlet
With Spaghetti
Wednesday Fried Louisiana Shrimp
Golden Brown
Thursday Roast Spring Chicken
Celery Dressing
Friday Lake Erie Blue Pike
Fresh Caught
Sunday Roast Spring Chicken
Celery Dressing
COMPLETE DINNER
$1.00
Includes: Cup of Soup. Potatoes, Cole Slaw,
Roll and Butter, Coffee
Bonfire Restaurant
18201 Euclid at Green IV. 6-2050
HAYDEN BEVERAGETOWN
1493 HAYDEW AVE., Next To Library
We Deliver—Phone GL. 1-3211
DECK
Come ini You need not be a member
to visit EDCO. Just bring proof of
your employment or eligibility. EDCO
is a complete store for members
only!
Luggaga
Watches
Sawing
Giftwar.
Jewelry
e Furs
e Bicycles
Dresses
Skirts
Ladies' Suits
Ladies' Coats
Television
Hi-Fi
Rower tools
Power Mowers
I,IW
HAIRCUT..
Permanent Waves Reasonably Priced
OPEN TUES., THURS., FRI. EVE BY APPOINTMENT
Phone GLenville 1-1190
Wind-A-Meer Beauty Salon
13903 Euclid Avenue (Next To Theatre)
DANCING
Beginners Only
exL/ance
13329 EUCLID AVENUE
MUlberry 1-9625
COMPLETE DINNER
$1.00
A Diiierent Feature Dinner Everyday
IO
STILL AT NO
INCREASE IN PRICE
SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! SAVE!
OW YOUR PURCHASE
OF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING
6 Bottle Cartons
7-oz. Canada Dry Gingerale or Soda
7-oz. White Rock Gingerale or Soda
7-oz. Bireley's Get Up Dad's Root
Beer Quench
10-oz. King Size Coca Cola
12-oz. Frostie Root Beer
12-oz. Canada Dry Gingerale or Soda
12-oz. Sun Crest All Flavors
12-oz. Smile or Kist AH Flavors
1 BOTTLE FREE!
When You Purchase Any 6 Bottle
Carton of the Above Pop at
Regular Price
NO LIMIT WHILE SUPPLY LASTS!
BUY AT NEAR-WHOLESALE
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED, FULLY GUARANTEED MERCHANDISE
BRAND NAMES YOU KNOW AND
LIST OF MERCHANDISE:
Tractors
PARTIAL
O Appliance*
Carpeting
Furniture
I
Flatware
Binoculars
Clocks
Machines
Baby Furniture Bathroom
light Fixtures
Typewriters
Kitchenware
Storm Doors
Cabinets
Weather
Instruments
Automobiles
Outdoor
Equioment
Storm
Windows
LOWEST PRICES Auto
EASY TERMS
HOME MADE ITEMS AT
MAYFAIR BAZAAR
Mayfair PTA ways and
Means Committee having com
pleted plans for the unit Bazaar
on April 18th have listed some
of the home-made items that
will be sold, such as: TV pillows,
stuffed animals, bean bags, pot
holders, aprons, felt coin purses,
ash trays, hand puppets, doll
clothes, jumping rospes, cloth
twine bags, trinket boxes, tissue
corsages, home-grown plants.
Since the theme is musical,
each booth has been given an
appropriate song title, such as:
“Buttons and Bows” for the
apron tree booth “Among My
Souvenirs” for attic treasures
“Over the Hills” for country
store “Halls of Ivy” for green
trumb “Babes of Toyland” for
childrens’ booth “Pollywags”
for cake walk “Dance With the
Dolly” for doll clothes “Sugar
Plum Fair” for baked goodies
“Mother McCrae” for Mothers’
Day booth “Dear Old Dad” for
Mathe'-s’ Day booth “Toy
Symphony” for used toys
“Gone Fishing” for fish pond
“On the Good Ship Lollypop”
for candy “Me and My Shad
ow,” for silhouettes.
PRE-SCHOOL BAKE SALFj
AT NORTH LIBRARY
Pre-School mothers of May
fair and Chambers school dis
trict will hold a bake sale at
the North Branch Library, 1481
Hayden ave., Saturday, April
12th for benefit of the crib
room. The crib room is main
tained for wee children while
their mothers are attending the
Pre-School programs in another
room in the library.
Mothers on the Bake Sale
phoning committee are: Mrs.
Louis Komaromy, Mrs. Nicholas
R. Tartaglia, Mrs.Edward
Mrs. James Morgan,
Edwin Skarl, Mrs. I
Dragga, Mrs. Theodore Quans,
trom, Mrs. Walter Coffey, Mrs
George Crosley, Mrs._____
Mrs. Kenneth Noudreau, Mrs
Albert Hyle.
Chairmen of the groups are
Mrs. Louis Komaromy for May
fair and Mrs. Edward Kent
Chambers.
TRUST ... AT EDCO COST PLUS 5%
EXAMPLE:
$89.95 2 H.P. Power Mower, complete
Leaf Mulcher Edco Price
$42.74.
Only
Outboard
Motors
Metal Awnings
YOU ARE
A LABOR
OR A CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEE (CITY, COUNTY,
STATE, FEDERAL), ACTIVE OR RETIRED.
ment to school life in the Fall
and it is hoped all mothers of
children entering kindergarten
next term will avail themselves
of this opportunity.
Service Clubs
Ralph Seaman, one of Amer
ica’s outstanding conserva
tionists, will be the featured
guest of the East Cleveland
Kiwanis Club, Monday, April
14th at the East Cleveland
YMCA, 1831 Lee rd., at 12:00
Noon.
He will present as part of
his program an outstanding
wild life motion picture, pro
duced under his own direction
and acclaimed by conservation
authorities as among the finest
ever produced. To be shown
here is “The Striped Bass.”
Mrs. Frank Bar bo. jr.
Pre-
Caledonia School PTA
School Mothers will meet
nesday, April 16th at
a. m. in the Caledonia Library.
Wed
10:15
Mrs. Richard Johnson, speech
therapist, will be the speaker.
Her topic will be “Speech Pat
ters of the Pre-Schooler.”
CHAMBERS
At the meeting held March
27th, the Chambers PTA elected
the following officers for the
1958-59 school year:
President, Mrs. Mike Petche
Honorary Vice President, Mr.
Kenneth Vermillion First Vice
President, Mrs. Hugh Dougher
ty Second Vice President, Mrs.
Clair MacNeal Secretary, Mrs.
Paul Arnold Treasurer, Mrs.
Frank Underwood.
Installation of officers will be
held at the next regular meet
ing, May 8th.
SUPERIOR FETES
ITS GRANDMOTHERS
Grandmothers will be guests
of honor at Superior School
PTA meeting on Tuesday, April
15th at 1:30 p. m. in the PTA
room.
Miss Adris Eckhardt, well
known in the field of arts and
clay modeling, will be our
guest speaker.
Various hobbies and collec
tions of the mothers will be on
exhibition.
ELIGIBLE IF YOU ARE A MEMBER OF
UNION, CREDIT UNION, A VETERAN,
STORE HOURS. Tum.
Wed., There., Fri.-t P.M. to
Te: Th* impleyee Distributing Ce (EDCO)
17249 Euclid Ave.. Cleveland 12. Okie
Name ______________
Address
(Plea to Print!
City ....... Zone_______
Sand without obligation full information on EDCO
I am a Union Member :~l Credit Union Member
Veteran Gov't. Employee (active or retired)
A
Frank Barbo,
are Mr. and Mrs.
Kent w’10 were on Satur-
lr6’fday, March 15th at Faith United
Charles! Church of Christ by Rev.
Huxley Foster.
The bride is the former Ar-
SoVsieffel 'ene Charlotte Mead, daughter
of Mrs. Arthur P. Maier, 1268
East 137th st. and Mr. Galon F.
Mead, 10429 Clifton. Mr. Barbo
is the son of Frank Barbo, 580
East 213th st., and the late Mrs.
Grace Barbo.
for
to
by
Mothers are requested
bring in their baked goods
9:00 a. m. in time for the
of the sale.
Completing the wedding
party were Alyce Deal, Gwyn
Deal, Gert Lass, Sheryl Stud
inger, Al Samperisi, Robert
Barbo. John Barbo, and Robert
Studinger, jr.
start
The reception was held at St.
Anthony’s Hall on East 200th st.
Following the wedding trip
che couple will reside at 1244
East 134th st., East Cleveland
Foot Notes!
by
FRANK
FERRATO
Da All Measuring
Devices Give The
Same Sise For The
Same Feet?
Measuring devices are the
cause of endless arguments
among shoemen. Some add a
half size, others subtract some
have the children stand, others
measure them sitting down.
There is no one right way be
cause shoe sizes vary. 9C from
one company may be as big as
912D from another.
It is a good idea to remember
that a measuring device is used
to save the shoeman’s feet, not
the customer's. Experienced shoe
men can guess the size of eight
out of ten feet without measur
ing them but if they guess wror"
they have to make an extra walk
to the stock. When they learn
how the measuring device can
be adjusted to the make of shoes
they fit they get the right size
the first time and have fewer
complaints from their bunions.
of of-
There will be election
ficers this month.
CHAMBERS
KINDERGARTEN HAS
OPEN HOUSE
year's
class
Open House for next
Chambers kindergarten
ind their mothers will be held:
in the kindergarten class rooms,
Thursday, April 17th at 1:30,
p. m. 1
Seeing their classrooms and,
getting acquainted with thej
children who will be their first 1
classmates will make for an I
easier and more pleasant adjust-
One things that no measurer
measures is the depth of the foot
and that is very important. Nor
is there any marking in the shoe
to indicate whether it is shallow
or deep. Again, the best answer
is the old one there is no sub
stitute for the experience of the
man who is doing the fitting.
Featuring
"America s Finest Fitting Shoe"
'frank
£kce,A
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lust a Block East
of Ivanhoe
KEnmore 1-8446
WE TAKE PRIDE IN
OUR FITTING
Hara Bedfleld, 16121 Euclid Ave.
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
DISCUSSING PLANS FOR APRIL'S big crusade against
cancer are leaders and volunteers in the residential
canvass group shown here as they met at the home
of Mrs. Sherman F. Tramer, 1516 Hillcrest, East Cleve
land chairman. Seated, left to right: Mrs. R. S. Mc
Ginnes, 16009 Brewster rd., Mrs. Tramer and Mrs.
J. W. Ellert, 14510 Woodworth rd. Standing: Mrs.
George E. Inman, 2004 Standwood Mrs. Delmar Peter
son, 14512 Woodworth Mrs. Sigmund Jacobs, 1543
Eddington and Mrs. Kenneth G. Watkins, 15614 Sa
vannah. Volunteers ore sti
should call Mrs. Tramer at
Welfare Service
(Continued from Page 1)
a social worker part time. A
major purpose in this service
is seen to be the interjecting of
social work consultations at
the point where a minor prob
lem is detected. It is hoped,
thereby, that in cases where
families are able to use social
work assistance,
more serious delinquencies may
be prevented.”
future and
The procedures follows:
(11 Check with police as
previous record, and check
garding additional family
case information.
(2) Check as to school
justment and its contacts with
the family.
(3) Check with child and 'or
parents.
(4) Work out a plan of ac
tion in consultation with all of
these and any other social
agencies when active.
Of the 22 cases accepted be
tween August 12th and Decem
ber 31st, 1957, five were re-|
ferred
private
closed
agreed
ten were investigated only, and
one is still under consultation.
to a social agency or
doctor three were
three involving damage
to make restitution:
Under the department’s
“General Relief” classification
the city co-operates with five
other Greater Cleveland muni
cipalities in distributing Gen
eral Relief money locally. Fed
eral programs such as Aid for
the Aged, the Blind, the Dis
abled, or for Dependent Chil
dren, are, by law, county or
state administered assistance
programs. Forty-three such
cases were recorded during the
year. 23 being found ineligible
and five referred to other agen
cies.
The relief load case for the
year was 17.
1 According to the report there
are from 15 to 20 requests a
month for welfare services, re
quiring co-ordination, investi
gation or counselling.
“Welfare co-ordination,” a
sort of a “middle-man” service
demands about one-fourth of
the Department's time. Recipi
ent of these services is the East
Cleveland citizen with a need,
be it furniture, clothes, coal,
etc. or just information. The
load comes at the pre-holiday
season and is met with the co
operation of service
groups desiring to
some less fortunate
Christmas time.
clubs and
remember
person at
Another fourth of Welfare
work comes under “investiga
tion.” This often is in the way
of word from Columbus that
another state has a question
Limited Quantities
I needed. Those interested
YE. 2-2292.
about a former East Cleveland
erd Investigation also means
aiding other departments of
the city, for instance in cases
of Foster Home licensing, etc.
Half of the welfare load is
counselling, often resulting in
referral to the specific agency
prepared to handle the particu
lar ca,-e.
CHARLOTTE LECHNER
PIANO TEACHER
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Terrie died the other night,
neighbor—you probably didn’t
even know her name. She was
that brindle boxer dog that
made a little mess on your lawn
last week.
We didn't know you, neigh
bor, or we’d never have let her,
out. We were new in the neigh
borhood hadn’t been there two
weeks. Thought it was a nice
neighborhood—thought it’d be
OK to let Terrie out for a run.
You didn’t know Terrie.
neighbor—you couldn’t have.
She was an active dog, and she
loved to run. She was a young
dog just eighteen months old.
She loved life.
Terrie didn’t know you,either,
neighbor—but it didn't matter.
She didn’t know what “stran
ger” or “enemy” meant. She
trusted everyone—that made it
easy for you,
Terrie died the other night,
neighbor—and a tiny bit of u
died with her. You couldn’t
understand that, neighbor. Not
that you don't like dogs, but
you don’t like cleaning up after
them. And after all, they’re
only animals.
But if you'd known us, ano
Terrie, you’d know what w.
meant. We miss her, neighbor:
1 was carving the ham Sunday,
and a piece slipped and fell ti
the floor, and I started to call
her—and then remembered. My
wife goes into the living room
and no longer has to kick her
out of the easy chair before sit
ting down. I let myself into the
house at night and Terrie no
longer comes sniffing at the
door, to look up at me for re
assurance that everything’s OK.
We get up in the morning and
no longer have to let her out.
And that’s how it all started,
neighbor. We let her out, and
she made a mess on your back
lawn. You didn’t know us, and
you didn’t know her, but you
did know you didn’t like clean
ing up after her.
LET IJS,
$
$
s
$
s
s
$
You didn’t know us, neighbor,
and you didn’t try to find us
and tell us. You didn't know
Terrie, either, but you let her
stay on your lawn. You even
set out a little food for her—
with rat poison in it. The slow
acting kind, that saps an
amimal’s life little by little, so
it’s too late when you notice it.
Terrie died the other night,
neighbor—have you been sleep
ing well lately?
David R. Miller
1885 Belmore ave.
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