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It pays to be patient.
This much was proven last
Friday night before a near hys
terical crowd of partisan Shaw
fans who saw their favorite Car
dinals claw the Rangers of
Lakewood 60-58 to wind up the
regular Lake Erie League bas
ketball season.
Mail Addresses
Business:
814 East 152nd Street
Phones Glenville 1-4383
News:
14600 Euclid Avenue
Apt. 302
City Falls Short Of
The Blood Quota
Rationing Is Planned
The Central Bloodbank’s mo
bile unit visit to East Cleveland
last Wednesday, netted 101 pints
of blood. This was 24 pints short
of the quota a community must
meet tc keep the total blood
supply at a safe level for hos
pital usage.
This failure to meet quota
here in our community is just
one weak link in the chain of
other communities which have
not been able to meet their quo
tas, either. The primary reason
TB Cases
Rise Here
Results of the January tuber
culosis survey in nursing homes
in Cuyahoga County revealed
further evidence that this is be
coming an old age disease. The
case rate per 100,000 persons
x-rayed was 180.5 compared to
73.5 in outside populations.
Survey teams brought bed-side
X-ray equipment into 52 nursing
homes and X-rayed 2,533 per
sons. Two nursing homes re
fused the health service?
Dr. Joseph B. Stocklyn, con
troller of tuberculosis in this
county indicates that the unex
pected high incidents will prob
ably speed this type of survey.
He also said that nursing home
tuberculosis cases could be old
lesions which flare up when old
age breaks down natural body
defenses.
Show Slides
At Library
About World
“Around the world in 1958”
is the title of the slide program
to be shown at the East Cleve
land Public Library on Thurs
day, March 5th at 8:00 p. m. by
Mrs. John C. Kline, of South
V Moreland blvd., Shaker Heights.
Anyone desiring to travel well
and, within one’s means, will
save time and headaches by tak
ing this trip ’around the globe’ at
the library with Mrs. Kline an
experienced traveler noted for
her lovely color slides.
The whole world awaits you.
Everyone is cordially invited to
see this program.
Exchange Guest
When the East Cleveland Ex
change Club meets next Tues
day noon at the YMCA, mem
bers will get a first hand report
on “Crime Prevention.”
Speaker for the March 3rd
meeting will be Captain Patrick
O’Malley of the East Cleveland
Police Department.
At Convention
Miss Norma Smith, director
of Girls Athletics at Shaw
High School, will be in Akron
today and tomorrow to attend
the Ohio Association of Health,
Physical Education and Recrea
tion convention.
Pianist Plays
^hASI CLEVELAND LlbrtAKL
14101 EUCLID AVENUE
EAST CLEVELAND, 0.
Don Drebus and his boys plenty
to shout
Lakewood
pionship.
about as they tied
for the LEL cham-
this yean the Shaw
Earlier
lads semed down in the dumps
because of the high riding Lake
wood cagers. But Coach Drebus
offered encouragement with,
appears not to be a lack of in
terest, but the widespread oc
currence of influenza and other
respiratory illnesses that have
kept regular donors all over the
greater Cleveland area from do
nating blood.
With a schedule of 153 ap
pointments for last Wednesday,
by the time the Bloodmobile
unit had set up its operations,
Mrs. Joseph Klimowski, Blood
Recruitment chairman, had re
ceived 21 cancellations due to
illness. Deferrals for not being
up to the rigid Red Cross stand-
ards of good health, plus a
greater number of persons who
simply failed to show up, ac
counted for the other potential
pints of blood that were not re
ceived.
The overall poor collections of
blood this winter, coupled with
the unusually heavy demands on
hospitals during this fire-and
flood period, have forced the
Central Blood bank to ration
blood to all hospitals in the
greater Cleveland area. This is
a situation which could present
a critical situation for all of
us, as it leaves7no reserve from
which to draw should future
emergencies occur.
On the brighter side of the
picture, among those who do
nated blood was Mr. Herbert
Rice, 1855 Knowles st, whose
donation on Wednesday com
pleted his second gallon. “The
blood program is strengthened
by regular donors like Mr. Rice,
who recognize its purpose as ai
personal responsibility,” said
Mrs. Klimowski.
Anyone who might be inter
ested in rebuilding the stockpile
of blood, and who does not wish
to go downtown to the Red Cross
headquarters, might contact
Mrs. Klimowski as to where
the mobile unit will be in some
surrounding area.
w-
Again, the Bloodmobile unit
will return to East Cleveland on
Wednesday, June 17th. All who
can give blood are urged to keep
this date in mind so that East
Cleveland can do its part in I
maintaining the life-giving sup
ply of blood. ]program.
AFS Student
Kiwanis Guest
East Cleveland Kiwanians will
hear Hiroshi Shibata on hia im
pressions of American education
al systems and life as compared
to his native Japan at the organ
ization’s luncheon meeting Mon
day in the East Cleveland
YMCA.
Young Hiroshi is studying at
Shaw High School under aus
pices of the East Cleveland
American Field Service foreign
student exchange program in
which Kiwanis plays an impor
tant part. His “American fath
er” for the current year is H. W.
Lyndall, jr., of 1021 Helmsdale
rd., a member of Kiwanis.
Kiwanians and other members
of the local AFS committee will
be cited during Monday’s pro
gram. Robert M. Kerr, of 13333
Forest Hill ave., is chairman of
the Kiwanis Boys and Girls
Committee and the AFS com
mittee.
Attends WRU
Bast Cleveland’s Sgt. William
Campbell is one of 30 Greater
Cleveland police officers now at
tending Western Reserve Uni
versity for advanced traffic
training.
and
will
Conductor George Szell
The Cleveland Orchestra
^present Pianist Rudolf Firkus
ny as assisting artist in a pro
gram that includes the world
premiere of Rochberg’s Sym
phony No. 2 on Thursday and
Saturday evenings, February
26th-28th, at 8:30 in Severance
Hall.
Mr. Firkusny will perform in
I Mozart’s E flat major Concer
!to, K. 271.
The officers are receiving 60
ho&rs of instruction on traffic
law enforcement, engineering,
statistics, safety and related sub
jects at the WRU Law-Medicine
Center. Classes meet each Tues
day, and Wednesday nights.
Grants of $1,600 each from the
Cleveland Automobile Club and
Cleveland Development Founda
tion are financing the training.
backyard—then we’ll show ’em.*
Apparently the boys took Dre
bus to heart and last Friday—
“they showed him”—to the de
light of all who could muster
enough strength to shout
boys to victory.
March 3rd /s Deadline
“Is there going to be a “first
time short of goal” for the East
Cleveland YM-YWCA Sustaining
Membership Drive on deadline
day, March 3rd? This surprising
and totally unexpected happen
ing appeared so likely that an
emergency meeting of all YW
and YMCA campaign workers
was called for last Saturday
morning. The sum short of goal
could be as much as $3,000.
Bill Cleland, chairman of the
drive called for an all-out attack
by the workers—to get out and
sell the East Cleveland YMCA
At press time Cleland reported
720 Partner Members for 67.4%
of the branch goal. The county
wide campaign goal hit at 60.8%
mark earlier this week.
“Only by a sustained all-out
effort will we realize success by
next Tuesday,” said Cleland.
Family Service
Play Theme Is
"Broken Circle"
How a family at a point of
crisis uses the help of a case
worker to find themselves is the
theme of a play, “Broken Circle”
which is being presented to a
group of community leaders on
Friday afternoon, February 27th,
at Mays-on-the-Heights Audito
rium. A Cleveland Playhouse
cast under the direction of Wil
liam Patterson enacts this Amer
ican Theatre Wing play by Nora
Stirling.
Sponsored by the Glenville
District Committee of the Family
Service Association, this per
formance is the third of a series
given in the Cleveland area for
the purpose of better acquainting
community leaders with the coun
seling services which are avail
able to troubled families and in
dividuals. This year the Family
Service Association is celebrating
its 75th Anniversary. The Glen
ville District Office which serves
the area is located at 15040 Eu
clid ave.
Members of the Glenville Dis
trict Committee from this area
who helped in arranging for this
presentation are:
Rev. Fr. Stephan Towell, Miss
Annabell Griffiths, Mrs. Dorothy
C. Hyka, the Rev. Ronald K.
Willis, Miss Wilda Layes, Ber
ber Frake, Joseph Gombach and
Wylie Deakin.
the
the
was
Calmest individual in
house of bedlam, no doubt,
The sweet victory gave Coach “wait until Lakewood visits our Shaw’s Don Peterson. With just down tussle in East Cleveland. Glenville’s East Senate quintet,
Attending Saturday’s meeting
was Mrs. E. E. Pritchard of
1885 Windermere st. Mrs. Prit
chard has served the YWCA con
tinuously as a volunteer in these
Sustaining Membership Drives
since 1905. Her first years of Y
Something
New Added
To Y Camp
Something new has been
added to the camping program
at the East Cleveland YM
YWCA, and its for the girls.
Girls and boys both will be able
to attend River Road YMCA
Residence camp this year.
Last year 50 boys from an
other YMCA attended camp with
the East Cleveland boys. This
year, since they are a joint
YMCA-YWCA, the YMCA has
decided to invite the YWCA
girls to share in this out-door
living experience. Fifty girls
will be received with the 110
boys in the registration.
The programs will be set up
so that the boys and girls will
each have their own activities,
with only certain all-camp pro
grams together.
The date is June 16-2oth in
clusive. The age, 8 years and up.
A membership is required and a
$6.00 deposit with registration,
now open.
Once again youths will be able
to earn all .or part of their way
to River Road Camp. Soap,
candy, cookies will be available
for assigned territories.
W'
In first round action, Lake
wood had to hustle to gain a
58-52 decision but that contest
couldn’t compare with the show-
‘X'
BOY SCOUTS OF TWO CITIES had their day with dignitaries as part of the Feb
ruary salute to scouting with boys from Cleveland and East Cleveland serving
as honorary Police and Fire Chiefs. Shown being feted at Karl Brown's, first row,
left to right: Chief Fred Lange (EC), Edward Strome, 12800 Speedway-Overlook
(Troop 156) Gary Adams, 1651 Catalpa (Troop 26) Deputy Inspector Lawrence
Choura (C) John Kohl, 13703 Othello (Troop 301) Deputy Inspector John L.
O'Brien (C) and Paul Greve, Scout vice-chairman, Western Reserve District.
Standing: Ted Weber, scout executive Chief H. S. Weaver (EC), Thomas Smith,
1728 Lakefront (Troop 116) Brathenahl Chief William D. Cregan Robert Glew,
10104 Burton (Troop 301) Ronald Andrews, 10114 Burton (Troop 301) George
Voinovich, chairman, Western Reserve District and William Phipps, assistant
district commissioner.
Y Drive Lags, Leaders
Fear $3,000 Goal Loss
“Complete coverage of every
prospect card now outstanding is
the only answer,” he continued.
“New, Sustaining Members
must be enrolled” states Chair
man Cleland, and previous mem
bers are asked to increase their
pledges.
“Never in the past has the
East Cleveland Y fallen short of
a goal” says Cleland who points
out “If we fail this year, the
program for our girls and boys
must be curtailed, and this we
just can’t permit. A young boy
I or girl must be served now—next
year they will be one year older
and our opportunity may be lost.
“The East Cleveland Y has
many friends, but if we go out
and tell our story there are many
other East Clevelanders who are
willing to help youth.” Cleland
told the volunteers.
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Shaw Cagers Show Patience—Win Share Of LEL Crown
five seconds remaining, the
score knotted at 68 all, Don
strolled to the free throw lane
—plunked in two gratis efforts
and that was your old ball game.
Lakewood led throughout most
of the game but as far as Car
dinal fans were concerned “the
whole game was the final two
minutes.”
This included Peterson’s two
successful free throws plus a
two-pointer from the field giv
ing Shaw a temporary 68-56
lead.
East Cleveland Leader
Published In Conjunction with The SCOOP In Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal In Euclid
Volume No. 18—No. 9 East Cleveland, Ohio 14,100 Circulation Guaranteed Thursday, February 26, 1959
Ji$
'a
service were at the Syracuse,
N.Y. YWCA, for her efforts for
the past 40 years have been for
the East Cleveland YW, truly a
remarkable record.
Mr. and Mrs. East Cleveland.
If you are interested in keeping
the East Cleveland Y a service
spot for youth, please call Don
Fortune, the executive secretary
at GL. 1-3425.
East Cleveland Y must not
miss its goal mark. There is too
much at stake. Every dollar
counts.
Annual Spring
Sale March 2nd
At Rozelle PTA
Spring! It’s wonderful! But
are you ready for an early Eas
ter? If not, come and see us at
our Annual Spring Clothing
Sale at Rozelle School, 12917
Phillips ave. at Eddy rd. and
Hayden ave., East Cleveland.
We will help you to perk up the
wardrobes of your whole fam
ily. Also, we invite you to bring
clean, “near-new” clothing on
Monday, March 2nd, from 9:00
a. m. to 8 p. m.
Sale Day is Tuesday, March
3rd from 9:00 a. m. to 9:00
p. m. Child care wil be provided
from 9:00 a. m. to noon of each
day.
Mrs. Holzheimer
Heads X-Ray Drive
Named to direct the 1959
X-ray program in East Cleve
land is Mrs. Frank L. Holzheimer
of 14502 Terrace rd., and famil
iar with community services.
Mrs. Holzheimer assumed her
new duties with five years’ ex
perience as a member of the East
Cleveland X-ray committee.
Mrs. Holzheimer is a member
of the Greater Cleveland Camp
Fire Girls committee and repre
sents their 15th District on the
East Cleveland Community
Council.
A graduate nurse, Mrs. Holz
heimer has served as a volunteer
on the Red Cross Bloodmobile
program and at State Hospital.
She is a member of the Cleve
land. Council for Mental Health
and is Health Chairman of the
East Cleveland Parent-Teacher
Association. She belongs to Pros
pect PTA unit.
First plans of the Safety
Council was for two classes the
same night, one for younger and
one for older enrollees. The re
sponse was so great that two
additional classes were started
a week later at St. Philomena
School. These classes of teen
agers will receive their creden
tials after Easter.
Initial plans of the Safety
Council was for two classes, one
Honored On
Anniversary
As a birthday gift on her
30th anniversary as an em
ployee of the Provident Mutual
Life Insurance Co.. Mrs. Dor
othy M. Currell, 1835 Garfield
rd., has been appointed a Senior
Agent for her high record of
sales volume. Mrs. Currell is
associated with the Cleveland
agency.
Welsh Banquet
Saturday Night
More than two hundred Welsh
people will attend the annual
Saint David’s Day Banquet at
Masonic Temple, 3615 Euclid
ave., at 6:30 p. m., Saturday,
February 28th.
Dr. William B. Edwards, Su
perintendent of Lakewood
Schools will be the principal
speaker. The renowned Cam
brian Male Chorus, with Pro
fessor William Albert Hughes
directing and Mrs. Ann Griffiths
Roberts accompanying, will pre
sent a number of selections.
Call reservations in not later
than February 26th to Mrs. L. S.
Hutton, EV. 1-9344 or Mrs.
H. A. Murton, ED. 1-7887.
al in the Shaw gym last Friday
night was Coach Tom Meinhardt
who was more than pleased with
his Jayvees who chalked up a
59-60 victory and a clear claim
to the Lake Erie League Ju
nior Varsity Championship.
At press time, the Cards were
due to be in action in the Eu
clid Class AA sectional facing
Time For 1959 Car Plates ...
Award Certificates To
Approved Baby Sitters
Fifty of the 58 persons en
rolled in the first East Cleve
land Safety Council sponsored
Baby Sitter Training Courses
received well earned certificates
upon completion of the course
Monday, February 23rd at East
Cleveland Public Library.
Eight of the enrollees failed
to have a perfect attendance, one
of the requirements for comple
tion of the course since each of
the six sessions takes up a spe
cified topic dealing with the du
ties of a trained baby sitter.
In presenting the certificates
from Green Cross, Charles Lo
gan, chairman of the East Cleve
land Safety Council said the
card should assure the holders
of a. happy and successful baby
sitter career, assure the holders
of many hours of baby sitting,
and assure parents that the baby
sitter is prepared to do a good
job.
In this first group are 44 teen
age girls and six adults.
Trained instructors presented
the six topics deemed essential
for good baby sitting. They are:
“Fire Safety Practises” given
by members of the East Cleve
land Fire Department “Safety
Protection” by members of the
East Cleveland Police Depart
ment “Infant Care” by Mrs.
Sally Elliott, R. N. of the East
Cleveland Public Schools Medi
cal staff “How to Handle Chil
dren” by Mrs. Dolores Waldron
of Prospect Elementary school
faculty: and “Home Safety” by
Airs. Budd Andrews, chairman
of Home Safety Committee of
the East Cleveland Safety Coun
cil. Mrs. Andrews is also a reg
istered nurse.
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Dr. Paul Weaver
Dr. Paul Weaver, president
of Lake Erie College, Paines
ville, will be the speaker at the
combined Ladies’ Night of the
Euclid and Eastern Cleveland
Rotary Clubs at the Charter
house Ballroom, 24800 Euclid
ave., Tuesday, March 3rd at 8
p. m.
Prior to assuming the presi
dency of Lake Erie, Dr. Weav
er was director of The Burrall
Program at Stephens College.
His undergraduate work was
taken at Franklin and Marshall
College and his graduate stud
ies at Yale University. Dr.
Weaver has lectured in approx
imately 200 colleges and uni
versities in the United States,
and in addition, he has ad
dressed important state and
national conventions of leaders
in business and education.
Appointed
Consultant
Cannon Lawrence Hall of St.
Paul’s Episcopal Church of
East Cleveland has been ap
pointed a consultant to the new
ly formed Commission on Ur
ban Work of the Diocese of
Michigan. This group has been
organized to study the prob
lems of the downtown churches
in the larger cities of the Dio
cese of Michigan.
However, at the initial meet
ing held in Detroit, it was de
cided to approach the study as
the opportunities, rather than
the problems, of the downtown
thurch.
conquerors of Wickliffe in Tues
day’s tourney action. A victory
for Shaw’s fourth seeded team
means continued court action at
Euclid on Friday at 8:30 p. m.
facing the winner of Wednes
day’s Euclid-Collinwood game.
The winner of the later game is
due for a berth in the Willough
by North District Tournament
Another very happy individu- next week. pital for some time to come.
City Is Losing Over
$10,000 On Licenses
for adults and one for young
girls. However, the response was
so great that two additional
classes, all teenagers,were start
ed at St. Philomena Parochial
School. These aspiring trained
baby sitters will receive their
certificates after Easter.
To accommodate the many
still on the list, new classes will
be announced for early spring.
One of the adults to receive
her card Monday evening told
Mr. Logan that the course had
been most helpful and she had
learned many things she had not
even thought about before in
connection with the responsibili
ties of a baby sitter.
Rotary Plans
Inter-Club
Meet Tuesday
“What is this tax money used
for? State law specifies that it
be used for highway and street
purpose. Here in East Cleveland
the money pays for the plow
ing and salting of streets during
the winter. Recent weather con
ditions show how important these
activities are to safe, uncon
gested driving.
“These funds also pay for the
City’s street resurfacing program
carried on every summer. The
traffic control system of signs,
signals, and painted lines show
ing lanes and turns is another
highway use to which this money
goes. The balance is used for
street cleaning and for various
other repairs, construction and
maintenance of East Cleveland
streets.
“To keep these vital services
at a high level requires a con
stant flow of money. If funds
are not received, as they should
be received from the state-shared
taxes, they must be raised local
ly from property taxes which di
rectly affect property owners and
indirectly, through increased
rents, affect all others living in
East Cleveland. Thus you can
see the importance of insuring
that your automobile is correctly
'listed in East Cleveland.
A warm welcome was given
Bob Lewis as he resumed his'"’
teaching and athletic director du
ties at Shaw Tuesday. Mr. Lewis
has been a patient in Herkimer
(N.Y.) Memorial Hospital since
he suffered injuries in an auto
mobile accident two weeks ago.
Mrs. Lewis will be in the hos-
CALL NEWS
to
PO. 1-3378
Apthorp Urges
Closer Check
East Clevelanders are reminded and urged to re
member that 1959 Ohio State license plates will go
on sale, Monday, March 2nd on the ground floor of
the new section of the City Hall, just to the right
of the Euclid ave. entrance.
Motorists here can secure their plates each day
from 8 a. m. until 8 p. m. Registrar is Mrs. Lorene
Donnelly.
Once again Finance Director
G. T. Apthorp issued a reminder
to East Clevelanders that the
city has been losing over $10,000
each year on license plate sales.
The reason for the loss im
proper filling in of license plate
application blanks which in turn
react on a cut in the city’s share
of gasoline taxes.
Mr. Apthorp explains, as fol
lows:
“During the month of March,
thousands of East Clevelanders
will be registering their auto
mobiles as they apply for 1959
license plates. For each vehicle
registered from East Cleveland,
approximately $11.00 will come
into the City treasury from state
shared gasoline taxes and auto
license fees. For each East Cleve
land vehicle incorrectly listed as
being in another taxing district,
the city loses this $11.00. It is
estimated that this very thing
happened in 1,000 different in
stances last year. Eleven thou
sand dollars lost to the city!
“There is a blank on the li
cense plate application which
asks for “Taxing District.” If
you reside in the City of East
Cleveland at the time you make
your application, be sure to use
your correct East Cleveland ad
dress and above all make sure
you list “EAST Cleveland” as
your taxing district.
“Why should you be so careful
in listing East Cleveland?
“Because you eventually may
be paying increased taxes or
rents to make up for money
which rightfully and legally
would be received by East Cleve
land. Fifteen percent of the five
cent State tax which you pay
on each gallon of gasoline and
about thirty-four percent of the
$10.00 you pay for your license
plate is returned by the State to
the collective municipalities. The
larger proportion of vehicles a
community has, the larger its
share of tax money.
Five Shaw
Students
Place High
Five Shaw High School sen
iors, four boys and one girl, have
achieved high scores in the Na
tional Merit Scholarship Quali
fying Tests as the result of two
tests, according to word received
by Wayne C. Blough, principal
at Shaw.
Reaching the finals, three stu
dents, Herbert Alexander, James
Martis and Kathryn Sisk, have
been awarded Certificates of
Merit.
As runner’s up, William For
sythe and Lewis Jones have re
ceived letters of commendation.
Both awards attest to the high
academic promise of these young
people.
Names of the Certificate of
Merit winners are being sent to
over 1,500 colleges, universities
and other scholarship-granting
agencies for consideration for
thousands of other privately fi
nanced scholarships offered out
side of the Merit program.
MNSC estimates that over $5
million in scholarship for the
Freshman year alone will be
awarded these students in addi
tion to the regular Merit awards.
The test for the 1958-59 Merit
Program was given to 478,991
students in 14,464 high schools.
Of this number about 10,999
were re-tested, are now Finalists
and from this group the Merit
Scholars of 1959 will be an
nounced about May 1st.
Heart Drive
Gets $4,564
Receipts from East Cleveland
totaled $4,564 after Sunday's
Heart Fund Drive.
Balmy spring weather cut into
the anticipated results when vol
unteers found between 30 and
35% of their calls ending in “not
at homes.” In these cases, the
volunteers left self-mailer en
velopes.
Newton D. Baker, HI, General
Campaign Chairman, urged all
who received them to forward
the “not at home” envelope to
the Heart Fund with their con
tribution.
Over-all receipts totaled $230,
432, with $128,332 being raised
in the Heart Sunday canvass.
Eight suburbs and 13 City. of
Cleveland wards have yet to
report.
Scout Bake Sale
Boy Scout Troop 8 is having
a bake sale Saturday starting
at 9 a. m. at the Bi-Rite Market
on Hayden ave.
Anyone interested in making
a donation is asked to eall GL.
1-2924.

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