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SECTION 15. REGIONAL DIVISION 8141
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PUBLIC LECTURE
"THE ANSWER"
Speaker: ROY ERSKINE
Friday, August 22, 1958 8:30 P.M.
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MUSIC AND DANCING
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FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT
FRIDAY. AUGUST 22nd
PETE SOKACH and His Band
SATURDAY. AUGUST 23rd
CHUCK SMITH and His Band
COMING BACK SOON
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August To Tell
Tale In Kiwanis
Golf Playoffs
August is the month of cham
pions for the golfers of the East
Cleveland Kiwanis Club. The
golfing seasons begin early for
these battlers of the elusive
“par.” Starting with the an
nual Sno-Bird tournament in
February and followed by in
dividual, match-play, and medal
play tournaments, the club
champions are determined in
the month of August.
In the match-play champion
ship there are two flights of
competition. The first eight
qualifiers make up the class
“A” flight, while the remain
ing competitors are in the class
“B” flight. With matches run
ning through the months of
June, July and August the class
“A” finalists are Walter Koenig
and Dr. Lou Edwards.
The champion was to be de
termined yesterday, August
20th, at the Aurora Country
Club. In the class “B” flight
Merl Owens Jr., and Grant Kib
bel will be matched to see who
will play Russell Reigler for
the championship.
The medal-play champion
ship started in July wtih the
first round played at the Lan
derhaven Golf Club. The second
and final round will be played
Ulin
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at Aurora Country Club,
Wednesday, August 20th.
The following net scores were
posted in the.first round: Allen
Gibson—69 Lee Winfield. Hen
ry Lyndall and Grant Kibbel—
71 Bill Nelson—73 Herman
Warnke and Merl Owen Jr.—
74 Dr. Lou Edwards, Bill Hal
liday and Jim Bateman—75
John Walworth—7G Fred
Lange—77 Herb Stoker—79
Russell Reigler—80 Dr. Marty
Loftus—83.
The East Cleveland Kiwanis
Club golfers received additional
honors this year with an ex
cellent showing at the Annual
International Kiwanis Golf
tournament held in Erie Pa.,
last week. With 156 partici
pants Tom Milligan’s net score
of 70 was runner-up and Dr.
Lou Edwards’ 72 was third.
President Wayne C. Blough
was runner-up in the low-putt
contest with 28 putts.
Bookmarkers and
Explorers Read
Against Deadline
The time is growing short for
Explorers to push on to the
moon. There are only two more
weeks left, in which members
of the Explorers Reading Club
can complete their summer read
and plant their rockets on the
moon.
This week 15 have made a
landing by finishing their 12th
book. They are: Eugene Albert,
1426 East 135th Angeline
Amato, 1737 Lakefront An
nette Baltz, 13517 Clairborne
Diane Berestin, 1859 Chapman:
Beth Carlson, 920 Selwyn Terri
Gusman, 1711 Holyoke Carol
Hill, 14316 Potomac Diane
Hocevar, 14306 Bardwell Bobby
Kreutzberg, 1045 Greyton Bev
erly Maeder, 3451 Monticello
Barbara Nausner, 1338 Elwood
Susan Robinson, 1319 Elwood
Donna Urban, 14314 Bardwell
Patty Walker, 1186 Sunset and?
Janice Zupancic, 13522 Beau
month.
Two more children, Mary
Krause, 13704 Claiborne and'
Janet Rohde, 1313 Shawview,
have made the trip twice by
completing the reading of 24
books.
The younger boys and girls,?
members of the Bookmark Club,^
have been busy adding book,
titles to their bookmarks. These'
are on display in the Children’s
Rooms of each library. The)
following children are on their
second bookmarks:
Kathryn Briggs, 13206 Su
perior Janice Frelich, 135051
Beaumont Linda Haker, 14215
Northfield Freddy Kanter,
14308 Mayfair Charlotte Lam
bert, 949 E. 128th Janet Macey,
13700 Graham Laura Mullen,
883 Selwyn Kathleen Quinn,
J80 Selwyn Karin Retsch, 13813
Orinoco Donna Samson, 1257
E. 145th and Betty Welniak,
13901 Orinoco.
Mary Boyle, 1733 Elsinore is
now on her sixth bookmark.
These library reading clubs
will close as soon as school
opens. No more reports will be
accepted after Saturday, August
30th.
Rogers To Play
Center at Rutgers
Jim Rogers, a junior at Rut
gers University, ha* been con
verted from a blocking back to
a center. Because of a pulled
leg muscle his preseason drill
ing was limited.
As a result, by the time he
was ready for full scrimmaging
the blocking back positions were
satisfactorily filled. Since the
blocking backs and centers both
play line-backer on defense,
Bogers converted to the line.
He had been a fullback at
Shaw High School and a block
ing back with the Rutgers’
freshman eleven in 1956.
By exact count, Rogers ap
peared in only three offensive
plays all last fall, although he
earned his letter by playing reg
ularly on defense.
If Rogers progresses as ex
pected, the Scarlet should be
well fortified at center.
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Thun.-Fri.-Sat. Aug. 21-22-23
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Rum Tamblyn—Ian Sterling
High School Confidential
Sun.-Mon.-TuM. Aug. 24-25-26
Gary Grant—Deborah Ken-
An Affair to Remember
In Cinemascope and Color
Joel McCrea—Mark Stevens
"Gunsight Ridge"
Coming Wedneeday, August 27^h
"Bravados"
also
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
IWAKUNI, Japan (FHTNC)jin the Western Pacific since
—Marine TSgt. Thomas A March 1958.
Kelly, son of Mrs. Patrick E. Before entering th service he
Kelly of Noble rd., and husband attended Cathedral Latin and
of the former Miss Dorothy P. Shaw High School and was em
Gorman, all of East Cleveland, ployed by the New York Cen
is reenlisted for six years, while
serving with the
Aircraft Wing
Japan.
Jim, Jr.
tral Railroad.
First Marine
in Iwakuni,
Sgt. Kelly has
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and techniques by taking part
in drills, weapons firing and
classes on general military
subjects.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gior
dano Sr., J651 Hower 'ave., a
boy, Anthony Joseph. Mr. and
Mrs. George Lee Hen wood,
1754 Page ave., a boy, George
Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Thom
as Steenson, 1616 Pontiac ave.,
a girl, Marian Evelyn. Mr. and
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Stratmore, a girl, Sharon Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan,
14204 Orinoco ave., a girl,
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