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EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
This Saturday, September 13th
EDDIE ENDRES
And His Ordieitra
NOTTINGHAM
TAVERN
18526 SL Ckdr At,. KE. 1-S2S9
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MUSIC and DANCING
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th
PETE SOKACH
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
The Green Darby
Lake Shore Blvd, at E. 142nd JKE. 1*3191
SHIBLEY’S SAHARA
Chardon Rd. (RL 6), 500 Feet West of Rt. 91 (S.O.M.)
WH. 3-9797
Mr. and Mrs Ray Shibley cordially invite Adult Couples to receive
the best service and dance to the finest music each Friday and
Saturday at 10:00 P.M. No Cover, No Minimum, Popular Prices.
THIS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th
FEATURING JOHNNY PECON, THE MASTER OF THE POLKA.
FROM 10:00 PM. TO 2:00 A.M.
THIS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th
DANCE TO THE OUTSTANDING MUSIC OF RUSS HARMON AND
HIS ORCHESTRA FROM 10:00 P.M. TO 3:00 A.M.
."Special Attraction!
KENNY BASS RETURNS
Saturday, September 20th
Coming September 30th, 6 to 10 P.M
Reserve Your Ticket Now for
OUR CHICKEN-LOBSTER CLAMBAKE
ONLY S5.00 PER PERSON
COME IN—ENJOY YOURSELF
"Make The Sahara Your Oasis’’ Plenty of Free Parking
Bertha Isler, 1719 Colt Are.
HEIGH HO...
HEIGH HO!
SNOW
WHITE
IS IN THE SHOW J*
By Special Ansniannt "t
With WALT DISNEY... I z? V
•SNOW WHITE'
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PRODUCTION
NUMBERS
ARENA
CLEVELAND
Three
Shows
on
Sat.
Tues. Thur. Eves, a Sat. Mats. 1:30 & 1:36p.m.
$3.00 $2.50 $2.00
Tri. a Sat. Eves. Sub. Mats. 1:30 a 5:30 p.m.
$375 $3.50 $2.50 $2.00
Monday Dark—No Sunday Night Shows
i dine k dance
Virginia Jellison, 1755 Wymore
NOW'S
SEPT. 18 thru OCT. 5
MAIL ORDERS ICOPTEO: seri dmk sr mm/
■to dswatiM ya Mimta st aits utf
pfctanancM tairri to ClEVtlANO ARENA.
Please Enclose Self-Addressed
Stamped Envelope for Return
ef Tickets.
FLOOR
SHOWS
EVERY
FRIDAY
AND
SATURDAY
Dancing Entertainment Nightly
NOW APPEARING
America's Most Hilarious Night
Club Act
MUSICAL GIGILOS
Stars of the Arthur Godfrey Show
SERVING LUNCHES. DINNERS DAILY
FISH FRY EVERY FRIDAY
Mae's Flamingo Room
823 East 200th Street
1 Mile South of Lake Shore Blvd.
IVanhoe 1-6530
EUCLID AVENUE
OUTDOOR THEATRE
FUCLID AVENUE AT BISHOP ROAD
WICKLIFFE
Thuii.-Fri.Sat. Sopt. 11-12-13
TWO CINEMASCOPE HITS
Gloom Ford Rod Button*
"Imitation General
Don Murray Dianno Van!
From Tell To Texas
IN GLORIOUS COLOR
Sun.-Mon.-TuM. Sept. 14-15-16
WUUam Holden Sophia Loren
"The Key"
Will Rogen, Jr.—Maureen O'SuUlvan
"Wild Heritage
IN COLOR
COMING WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17th
"Attila"
Dedrion At Sundown
WH. 3-1244
Personals
Personals may be phoned
to PO. 1-3378 up to 5:00 p. m.
on Tuesday for the following
Thursday’s issue.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Austin
of 15ol7 Brewster rd. are home
from an extended tour of the
Continent and Scandinavia.
e
The Rev. H. B. Emsberger.
pastor emeritus of Calvary Lu
theran Church is a patient in
Doctor’s Hospital.
Mrs. Charlotte Moreaux of
14126 Strathmore ave., is at
tending the Dames of Malta
convention in Atlantic City as
a delegate.
Jerry Gifford and Alfred
Schultz represented the Win
dermere Methodist Church at
the Ohio Area Laymen’s Insti
tute at Ohio Wesleyan Univer
sity on September 5-7.
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Whiteman
of 13909 Strathmore ave., East
Cleveland, have just returned
from a month’s tour of the
west, stopping at Denver, Colo
rado Springs, Pike’s Peak, San
Francisco. The Red Wood For
ests, Stanford University at
Palo Alto, Cal.. Yosemite Na
tional Park, Los Angeles, San
Diego, spending a couple of
weeks with their son George,
and family at Fontana. Cal.,
then returning through the
LEARN TO PLAY
POPULAR and
CLASSICAL PIANO
Becked By 15 Years of Professional
Experience
Call Mildred Wajtila
KEnmore 1-8352
Spacious
Banaue'
THSTIMe
Rooms
TOMM.
Weddino
Parties
Choice Seats zC
for al I performances
Our Food and
Service, Being the
Best. Are Famous
Grand Canyon. George asked
that we extend his greetings
to his many friends in East
Cleveland.
Newly appointed personnel at
City Hall include Mrs. Theresa
Stewart 1369 East 133rd st. at
the information desk and switch
board and Mrs. Helen Jennings,
1691 Hower ave., as secretary
to the City Engineer. Mrs. Ste
wart has been employed at
Clark Controller Co. and Mrs.
Jennings at Gateway Transpor
tation Co.
Scout News
Troop No. 8 of Mayfair
School under the leodership of
Scoutmaster, Mr. Al Gilbedt, is
leaving Friday night from May
fair School for a week-end
camping trip to Camporee, Riv
er Road Camp. Scouts who are
planning to go are to
Mayfair School with
promptly at 6 p. m.
Troop 156 Boy Scouts have
elected the following list of of
ficers: Institutional Represen
tative—Lloyd Porter, Commit
tee Chairman—Robert Doher
ty, Cub Master—William John
son. Secretary—Ross Pitrelli,
Treasurer—John Primeneo. Den
Mothers—Mrs. William John
son and Mrs. Robert Doherty.
Bruce Doherty and
Virostko advanced from
Scouts.
8efer« You Decide Where to Hove Your Weddinc
Ptanlali OH
wen
Talk Tc
523 East 152nd St. KE. 1-3505
Zb™ Aven
Euclid Ava.
i GL. 1-2364
YANKOVIC BAR
MUSK AND DANCING
EVERY
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT
FRIDAY, STEPTEMfeER 12th
PETE SOKACH and His Band
Anniversaries
Birthdays
Business
Meetinas
Pleasant
Atmospbeu
Weddina Reserve
tiona Should Be
Well in Advance
15357
P.M. Rain or Shine
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th and 20thI
RUDY VINCENT and His Band
4
MILE ASPHALT TRACK
MODERN STOCK CARS II
Friday, September 19—"The Midnighters'
SUNDAY
AUTO RACING
MODERN STOCK CARS
CLEVELAND'S NEWEST
FRIDAY
MODERN STOCK CARS
SATURDAY I
PAINESVILLE SPEEDWAY
FAIRPORT Rfii -RT. 535 OFF BT. 20
E A S T** Qf A N E S VILIE
PUBLIC AUCTION
Saturday, Sept. 13, 1958
Refrigerators Pianos
Stoves
Washers
Dryers
Mangles
Television
Desks
Cedar Chests
Garden Tools
Toys Bicycles Trunks Boxes
Living Room Suites Bedroom Suites
AAA Moving & Storage
Warehouse
35705 Vine St. Eastlake
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
&&& &
Meet Your Police Officers
Harold Bode
Patrolman Harold Bode, age
37, was appointed to the Police
Department in October of 1946.
He is a regular shift Patrol
man doing routine Police func
tions. Patrolman Bode has
served in various phases of
Police work, having been a desk
officer for three years, and hav
ing also worked in the Detec
tive Bureau for several years.
be at
gear,
Bode had a Scholarship to the
Northwestern University Traf
fic School and attended courses
in Law and Police Science at
Western Reserve University,
and took a course in Finger
printing at Ohio State Bureau
of Identification, London, Ohio.
Joseph
Cub to
During World War II, Bode
served four years with the U. S.
Marine Air Corps, seeing serv
ice on Guadalcanal. Peleliu,
Bouganville and the Philippine
Islands.
Robert
Bom to Mr. and Mrs.
IL Nyman of Thompson, Ohio,
a daughter on September 3rd.
The little newcomer has been
named Catherine Doris. Mr.
Nyman is a former East Cleve
lander.
He is an active member in
the Y.M.C.A. and the Fraternal
Order of Police.
Patrolman Bode and his wife
Stella, reside at 1354 Elwood
ave., with their two children.
The family enjoys traveling
which is made the more inter
esting since Bode’s hobby is
photography. Patrolman Bode
was one of the planners of the
'irst very successful block par
.y held on his street last year.
INVALID CAR SERVICE
24 HOURS A DAY
Stanley H. lohnston Funeral Home
KEnmore 1-3300
MULTI SERVICE
MIMEOGRAPHING
OFFICE SERVICES
IV. 6-2052 IV. 6-1591
DOUBLE 33EASTED
SUITS
Restyled To Single
REPAIRING WEAVING
Alterations Dry Cleaning
Repairing Weaving
TIDD TAILORING
1377 East 9th St.
III
(Near St. Clair)
I
MA. 1-7694
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William Hennie
Patrolman William Hennie,
age 28, was appointed to the
Police Department on February
16th, 1958, and is assigned to a
regular Platoon but, as all East
Cleveland Policemeri, he had to
satisfactorily pass an in-serv
ice training program which
consists of six weeks’ schooling
Hennie’s hobbies consist of
bowling, golfing, and swim
ming. Patrolman Hennie and
his wife, Nancy, have one son,
Thomas. They reside in East
Cleveland.
Judith Molnart To
Sing Hoffman's Doll
The role of The Doll in “The
Tales of Hoffman’’ will be sung
by Cleveland’s promising young
colortura soprano Judith Moli
nar at Masonic Temple Sun
day, September 28th at 8:00
p.m. The title role in this love
ly opera will be sung by Wil
liam Boehm, well known tenor
who has delighted audiences at
Musicarnival and over TV.
“Tales of Hoffman’’ has been
chosen as the annual Septem
ber performance of the Cafar
elli Opera Co. Following the
policy of its director, Carmela
Cafarclli, it will be sung in
English.
William Boyd will conduct
the orchestra to be made up of
members of the Cleveland Or
chestra while ball-jt numbers
will again be presented by
Nade.idin’s School of Ballet.
Tickets may be obtained at
Burrows or the Cafarelli Opera
Co., ER 1-2078.
You must be registered to
vote. The last day for registra
tion is September 24th. Local
registration September 18th.
Continental Caterers
NATIONALITY CATERING
BALLROOM AVAILABLE
WITHOUT CHARGE
13939 Euclid Avenue
BRING YOUR OWN LIQUOR
Call SKyline 1-3073 For Appointment
Also Available Foi Meetings and To LodqM
Northeast Cleveland's
Of Appliance
Largest Steck
Parts.
PARTS AND SERVICE
APEX -WHIRLPOOL
MAYTAG KENMORE
For Guaranteed
Service Call
THREE DAY
SPECIALS
Full Course
CHICKEN
DINNER
$1.31
III 4
ULo
ALERT FACTORY SERVICE CO.
14110 St. Clair Ave.
At c»it Rd,
DON'S RESTAURANT
2nd ANNIVERSARY
You'll Love It"
WHOLE CHICKEN TO GO
With French Fried Potatoes and £4 CA
Barbecue Sauce
20c OFF IF YOU BRING THIS AD WITH YOU
BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHES DINNERS
Open 5:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.—Closed Sundays
ALL HOME COOKING
1144 Hayden Ave. LI. 1-0604
Cards Play
Brush There
Friday Eve
The Cardinals of Shaw open
their 1958 football season when
they travel to South Euclid to
meet Brush High in an inde
pendent game at Korb Field on
Friday night.
Twelve returning lettermen,
promising underclassmen and
three brother combinations in
dicate thht Coach Don Drebus
will have an interesting season
ahead.
Already tagged as the “team
to beat” in the Lake Erie
League, the Cardinals under
new head coach Drebus are
still figuring on playing “one
game at a time.”
Although Drebus is new in
sofar as being at the helm of
the Cardinals, he’s been around
long enough to be familiar with
the boys he is working with
now. Don has taken the best
points he picked up while un
der Leo Strang, has added a
few refinements of his own
conducted uncFer'the direction of™ak€ Op'
Chief H. S. Weaver.
Police work is not a new field
for Patrolman Hennie. He is
the son of retired East Cleve
land police veteran Sergeant
Ralph Hennie and prior to his
becoming a member of this
Police Department, was a pa
trolman for the city of South
Euclid. He was also a military
policeman, four years, with the
United States Army Corps.
Patrolman Hennie was born
and reared in East Cleveland.
ponents keep on their toes.
Letterwinners who are back
for more action include: Cap
tain Dick Vaughn, Ken Con
nell, Louis Yacobucci. Dave
Davies, Mark Griffiths, Bill
Helmer, Ken Andrews, Dennis
Rogers, Dave Silvestro, Albert
Thomson and Mario Gerhardt,
barefooted place kicker.
Experience is lacking with
the offensive backfield unit but
Coach Drebus is hopeful that
his quarterback situation will
be straightened out. Battling
for this
DeHaas,
Weise.
VARSITY
Sept. 12—Brush—Away
Sept. 19—Collinwood—Home.
Sept..
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov. 14—Toledo DeVilbiss—
26—Sandusky—Away.
3— Parma—Home.
10—Euclid—Home.
16—Shaker—Home.
24—Lakewood—Away.
31—Heights—Home.
7—Maple Hts.—Awhy
Away.
Home games start at 8:00
p.m.
SOPHOMORE
Sept. 18—Collinwood—Home
Sept. 25—Open.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct. 15—Shaker—Away.
Oct. 23—Lakewood—Home.
Oct. 30—Heights—Away.
2—Parma—A way.
9—Euclid—Away.
WASH
key position are Louis
Bill Morris and Bob
20‘
boys who will be
Three
hustling to gain some attention
along with their brothers
David Vaughn, sophomore
man, Gorge Griffiths
Dieter Gerhardt who
are:
line
and
like,
Mario, is keen on place kicking.
Other boys who have shown
promise in pre-season drills
are: Jack Elstone. Carl Strack,
Bill Blanchard, Carl Christo
pher, Earl Cipriani. Tom Di
Bart, Rudi Klauss, Bill Olson,
Alan Peters and Sheldon War
ren.
Next Friday night Shaw will
meet the Railroaders of Col
linwood in their traditional
neighborhood classic.
Shaw Grid
Schedule
3:45
Home games start at i
p. m.
Local Girl Wins
Scholarship Medal
Miss
East Cleveland student,
Carol Scheidecker, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schei
decker, 992 Nelaview rd., was
awarded a second place medal
for scholarship yesterday at the
senior class breakfast of St.
John’s Hospital School of Nurs
ing.
Mi&s Scheidecker tied for sec
ond place in academic standing
with Miss Marilyn Tekavec of
Euclid. This is the first year St.
John’s -has awarded scholarship
medals.
Commencement exercises for
the 24 members of the senior
class were held last evening at
St. John’s Cathedral with the
Most ilev. Edward F.
Archbishop-Bishop of
land, officiating.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Callitto, 1879 Brightwood ave.,
a boy, Joseph, August 26th,
1958.
You must. te registered to
vote. The last day for registra
tion is September 24th. Local
registration September 18th.
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AT THIS
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Classes Limited to Groups of 3 or 4
Beginners Advanced
Classes Starting Wesk of September 29th
Tues., Wed., Thurs. Afternoons or Evenings
Class Once a Week—16-Week Course
Call GL. 1-0237
FOR DETAILS AND RESERVATIONS
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FOR HOLIDAY OR PICNICS
Clams, Clam Broth and Chowder, Lobsters,
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Also CharcoaL Plates. Cups. Spoons and Forks tor Your Clam Bake
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We Are Equipped Te Handle Complete
Clam Bakes For Any Occasion
Wholesale Prices to Roataurauta. Taverns. Factories and Institution*
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18601 Abbey Avenue at East 185th St.
OPEN ALL DAY EVERY WEDNESDAY
John J. Cornelia, Prop. KEnmore 1*6448
WE CORDIALLY INVITE
Those of You Who Missed Our Open House
TO VISIT US SOON
IN OUR
Beautiful New Studio
WE ARE OPEN
Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 9:30 to 6:00
Monday, Friday, 9:30 to 8:30
Harry Flynn Studio
of Photography
15606 St. Clair Avenue
IVanhoe 6-1330
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