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_\ast May 2nd to 10th. clev Busfi 814 Ea*f(l An order for 60 posters is be ing placed with the National Clean-Up Committee and 35 of these will be distributed to ECBA members by the Girl Scouts, un der the supervision of Mrs. R. M. Serota, East District commit teewoman. The other posters will go up elsewhere about town, in cluding Windermere Station. Noted, said Capt. Swancar, are such items as needed repair to fences, gutters, porches or steps, clearance of debris from the yard, or exterior painting. In several instances, he said, volunteers have aided older folks in putting their property in bet ter repair. Each organization, group, club, Is being urged to discuss the sug jgestions, decide on a project and push it through to completion. “This cleanup” reminded Mr. Boise,” is a community wide *project needing the full co-opera tion of the citizenship”. •8:14101 El CLID AVENUE StrfilST EVELANQ* Q- Phones GLer^ille 1*4383 News: 14600 Euclid Avenue Apt. 302 City Plans All-Out Clean-up Campaign Starting May 1st Clean up. And how sorely is such a community wide undertaking needed in the wake of this particular i ly rough winter. Because of the big job to be done especially on outside projects, the East Cleveland and Clean-up Campaign Committee is not only getting a head start, but is adding one extra day to its own cam paign. The dates, to include two full weekends, are May 1st to May 10th. The National Campaign dates are I The date was determined at I the initial 1959 meeting of the East Cleveland Continuing Clean up Committee meeting Monday, I March 16th in City Hall. There I was a good turnout of represen I, tatives from merchant and i neighborhood associations, civic groups, service clubs, schools and churches and youth groups. In the absence of the presi dent, Thomas Murry, William Boise, East Cleveland purchasing agent, presided. Robert Moore, administrative assistant is the secretary. The 1959 edition of the East Cleveland Clean-up Committee’s .manual is packed with sugges tions for a City Beautiful. Copies of the complete manual were dis tributed to each member, with a request that sufficient individual sheets pertaining to definite groups, be taken to their respec tive members. Mr. the In addition to Mr. Boise, Moore and Capt. Swancar, jcity was also represented by Stanley Slejko of the city’s De partment of Health. De- Organizations and their repre sentatives attending this impor tant initial session are: Forest Hill Merchants Associa tion, Don K. Finlay. East Cleveland Community Council, Mrs. Joseph Klimoski. YM-YWCA, Donald H. For tune. East Cleveland Ministers As sociation, The Rev. Laurence H. Hall. Euclid-Taylor Property Asso ciation, Douglas Cole. East Cleveland Lawn Bowling Club, Emil O. Macha. Board of Education, N. F. (Leist. League of Women Voters and Terrace Garden Club, Mrs. Ken neth Scott. 4, Camp Fire Girls, Mrs. Pearl 'Novak. Kirk Junior High School, Roger Anderson. Parent Teacher Council and East District Girl Scout Commit tee, Mrs. R. M. Serota. Shaw High School Student Council, Patt Orwig and Paula Kupher. Noble-Nela Merchants, R. H. Sanders. Western Reserve District Boy Scouts of America, O. H. We If, ir. Ransack Homes, Loot A’Plenty I Two homes were entered and ransacked here over the week end. Mrs. Louise Malzdorf, 1821 Lakeview ave. reported nothing taken although drawers and cup boards in their apartment had been ransacked while she and her •husband were absent from the apartment. The home of Kenneth Rau pach, 1018 East 129th st. was not hso lucky. The visitors there walked off with about 70 records, two clock radios, a .22 rifle, a movie camera, two men’s watches and a $50 savinga bond. i Volume No. 18—No. 12 VOLUNTEERS are being re u i e by Mrs. Elton Webb, 1960 Hayden ave. for the Crusade against Cancer in East Cleveland during April. Men and wo men are needed to help out on Sunday, April 19th. The number to call is MU. 1-5110. Friendship Girls Remember Teen Ager At CTS Capt. Otto Swancar of the East Cleveland Fire Department re ported that of the 64 properties listed for attention on the 1958 survey list, 28 owners responded. The captain explained that the fire department annually makes a survey to list the most neg lected property on each street. A. letter is sent to the owner, land state Hospital have a friend .with a request for improvement.jin the Sophomore-Junior Friend- Teen Age patients at Cleve- ship club at Shaw High School. The club this weekend is selling mints, the proceeds to be used to purchase items for the boys and girls at State. Included are records (45s), sheet music, song books and Paint-A Number kits, the latter being especially recommended by the staff. While the Friendship girls hope to be able to purchase quite a number of each of these items from their mint sale, they will gladly accept any that readers may have to give to them. Please call Donna Poske, PO. 1-0694 who is supervising this project with the assistance of Jo Anne Marino and Lou Alexander. The Shaw club are planning a party with the Teenagers at State the afternoon of April 1st. Miss Barbara Miller, club spon sor, and parents will transport the club members to the affair from 4 to 5 o’clock. The other gifts will be taken over in April. Browns Observe Silver Wedding The twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage was observed on Tuesday, March 17th by Mr. and Mrs. Willard Brown of 16029 Elderwood ave., an open house being arranged by their children, Mrs. Joe Elam, Mrs. James Leach and Willard, a stu dent at Springfield College, Springfield, Mass. The delight ful silver anniversary party was held in the home of the Elams, 3422 Spangler rd. Mr. Brown and the former Louise Warner are native East Clevelanders and have resided here all of their married life, as well. Son, Willard was unable to be home for the celebration, but will arrive this coming weekend for his spring vacation. He attends Springfield (Mass.) College PAPER SALE Heights DeMolay boys are go ing to make good use of their Spring vacation days the week of March 23rd. They are going all out for a paper sale and anyone having paper to be picked up, please call Larry Davis, MU. 1-5644, or William Reidel, 1-1938. Visitors From Overseas Form A LWV Panel India, South Africa and Pak istan will be represented on the panel of foreign students whe will participate in the program at the Annual Dinner Meeting of the League of Women Vot ers of East Cleveland on Tues day, March 31st at a Windermere Church. The program has been planned in relation to League’s national study America’s foreign policy. The Ys Say "Thank You The Committee of Manage ment of the East Cleveland YWCA and The Board of Man agement of the East Cleveland YMCA, the staff and most of all, the many boys and girls of East Cleveland that will benefit, wish to thank all those who contri buted to the financial support of these two splendid associations. This year, for the first time, East Cleveland fell short of its $25,000 goal $19,909.00 to be exact. However, both boards will continue their efforts, deter mined the boys and girls pro grams must not be cut. Anyone desiring to assist the boards in this decision may do so by remit ting their gift to the Y, 1831 Lee blvd., East Cleveland 12. No sum is too small or too large. April is YW month at the Garret Shop, with proceeds desig nated for the East Cleveland sus taining Membership Campaign. Donations of used clothing in good condition, jewelry, hats, dishes, knick-knacks, small household articles, records and shoes are acceptable. Please call the “Y” if you have articles to contribute, GL. 1-3425. Stamp Club Has Exhibit Course The East Cleveland Philatelic Society’s fifth annual Exhibition and Bourse will be held April 12th from 1:00 to 6:00 p. m. at the YM-YWCA, 1831 Lee blvd., at Euclid ave. Admission is free and the public is invited to at tend. Forty frames of stamps will be on exhibition by the members in competitipn for trophies and the Grand Award trophy and the SPA and ATA Research Award Certificates. There will be a Junior exhibit with suitable awards for the winners. GL. CUSTODIAN HILL Cylde Walls of 1672 Hayden ave., is undergoing treatment this week at St. Alexis Hospit al. Mr. Walls is the assistant custodian at Rozelle Elemen tary SchooL All Bourse tables have been reserved and the dealers will have a world of stamps to choose from. Regular club meetings of the East Cleveland Philatelic Society are held the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at the YMCA and visitors are welcome to attend any of these sessions. Ecut Cleveland. Ohio 6:30 p. m. Methodist Thoburn Mrs. Theodore chairman of the committee for Foreign Students and Visitors of the Cleveland Council on World Affairs will speak on “Communication with Other Countries.” The three panelists discus sion how American foreign policy relates to their countries are: Mr. George Kanapilly of India,a chemical engineer doing graduate work in physics a Case Institute of Technology Mr. Gerald Doyle of South Africa, a graduate in psycholo gy at Western Reserve Uni versity and Mr. G. Ahmad Far uqui from Pakistan, doing graduate work in engineering while serving as an instructor at Case. 4^ League business at the an nual meeting will include adop tion of the 1959-60 budget and local program, as well as elec tion of officers. Nominees for office include Mrs. Ernest Tauch, president Mrs. Dan Billington, first vice-presi dent Mrs. Budd Andrews, sec ond vice-president Mrs. Robert Kreutzberg, secretary and Mrs. John Wachter, Mrs. Rich ard Randall and Mrs. Hamilton Beatty, directors. Candidate? for the nominating committee for next year are Mrs. Frank Holzheimer, Mrs. Harry Will ert, and Mrs. J. Waide Price. HONORS COME TO RON ALD ANDREWS from West ern Reserve District Boy Scouts for his winning es say on "How Scouting is Helping Me to Be a Better Citizen". Ronald, a Shaw student, has come through the scouting ranks from a cub with Troop 74 in Brat enahl, Troop 74 Glenville and Troop 74 Explorers at First United Presbyterian Church. He is a cabinet representative from the WR District and serves on its roundtable. He ist the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex ander Andrews, 10 114 Burton rd., Bratenahl. You Can Study Most Everything At YW Courses Registrations are in order for the Spring activities beginning at the YWCA, 1831 Lee blvd. March 30th and continuing through May 22nd. Y member ship is required, plus the respec tive class fee. the of1 Interested in sewing? Begin ning dressmaking classes on Monday under Mrs. Hazel Goes and tailoring under Mrs. Gladys France on Wednesdays. These projects include choice of a lined or unlined summer jacket, a jacket-skirt or a dress-jacket combination. is in Mrs. Stuart Cummins chairman of the committee charge of the dinner meeting assisted by Mrs. Budd Andrews. Mrs. Hamilton Beatty, Mrs. R. N. Serota. Reservations may be made until March 25th by telephoning GL. 1-9239, or GL. 1-1028. As always, the dinner and program are open to League members, their husband and friends in the community. Beginning and advanced bridge are on the Tuesday schedule, Mrs. Florence Armstrong teach ing the Goren Point Count meth od with Duplicate instructions on Thursdays. If a language is your desire, Conversational Italian by Dr. Constanzo Dorrucci and Inter mediate Spanish by Mrs. Wilma Vargas may be had on Tuesday and Advanced Spanish on Thurs days by Mrs. Armstrong. Always a popular subject, Ballroom Dancing will be avail able on Mondays, with Robert Hall continuing as instructor. A woman’s ballet class' on Wednes days will be taught by Mrs. Ver na Hutchison. There will be Pre Schooler morning classes and girls classes in the evening. Both are limited to 15 pupils. Leather craft and enameling are also available. The ever Popular Ladies Out offers a world of interest, such as millinery, enameling, bridge,evening, mosais tile. Baby sitting serv ice for the two to five year olds means that Mom can enjoy these Ladies Day Out features. ECBA Fish Fry Members and friends are in vited and reservations should be made by March 30th to Mr. and Mrs. John Stahl, GL. 1-1343. THOSE SNOWBALLS Complaints that boys using the Forest Hill Park bridge as a vantage point which to pelt Forest Hill blvd. traffic with snowballs sent police to the scene. The boys had van ished. East Cleveland Leader Published in Conjunction with The SCOOP in Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid Will Decide LL Minimum Inning Play By Bob Keefer East Cleveland Little Leagues, Inc. will hold its second meeting of the 1959 season tonight at 7:30 p. m. in the commission chamber, City Hall. All manag ing personnel of the ECLLI are urged to attend the meeting to take part in the discussion of several important matters. It is especially important that all Little League managers and coaches be in attendance to vote on a proposal which was intro duced at the last meeting. It was suggested that a rule be adopted whereby every player on a Lit tle League team be required to play in at least two innings of every game. A definite decision on that motion will be made at tonight’s meeting. Since the Shaw Stadium play ing field will be re-sodded this summer, it has been suggested that the annual Amateur Day program, usually held in August, be moved up to a June date pending the approval of the Board of Education. During the last meeting, the election of officers for the 1959 season was held with the follow ing results: President, H. S. Weaver Vice-President, Bob Keefer Secretary, Ken Reiber Treasurer, Murle B. Cowles Commissioner, Roy H. Wisecup. This is the seventh consecutive year in which “Buck” Weaver has served as the EUCCI presi dent and his guiding influence has been a major factor in the increasing popularity of the Lit tle League program which was locally established in 1953. According to Commissioner Wisecup, there will be no change in the number of the teams or backers leagues ECLLI. changes coaches Pony League and Colt League. A complete list of tM team man agers and coaches will be an nounced in a future issue of the Leader. in each of the four which comprise the There will be several in the managers and in the Little League, Application forms will be dis tributed through the East Cleve land public and parochial schools after the spring vacation period to those boys who plan to take part in the Little League pro gram this summer. This is a re quirement for all boys who played on an ECLLI team last year as well as those who will be playing for the first time this summer. The application also re quires a parent’s signature of approval and it can be returned to the school at which it was sued or to Mr. Wisecup. Wife Of Shaw Coach Dies Funeral services are being held in the Schulp Funeral Chap el, Akron, this afternoon for Mrs. Norma Drebus, wife of Donald Drebus, head football coach at Shaw High School who died in Huron Road Hospital Tuesday were foot from Craig Rudolphy, 13907 Northfield ave., has done it again. For the second consecu tive year this top Candy-Cookie salesman has been the first Y boy to earn his entire Center ville Mills Day Camp fee. “And I also earned enough for a lit tle extra in spending money,” Craig proudly announces. Craig disposed of 180 boxes of this Y Camp special com modity, cookies and candy, with a bit of a lift from Dad on days it was extra snowy. March 17th. She had been ill for many months. The Rev. George A. Parsons, minister of Firestone Park Meth odist Church is conducting the service. Interment will be made in Rosehill Burial Park. Mrs. Drebus, 30, was born in Akron, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McDowell who also survive her, together with three sisters, Mrs. Florence Parks, Mrs. Jean Johnstonbaugh and Mary Alice Ruth. eve- For their March social ning, the East Cleveland Busi ness Association will have a fish fry and game parcy at Eastown Motel, Inesday, March 3'st. She was a member of Winder mere Methodist Church and prior to her illness was a secre tary to Dr. Harold F. Friedman in the Carnegie Medical Building. Mrs. Drebus was a graduate of Bechtel High School, Akron and prior to her marriage was an air line hostess. Shaw High School student body and faculty, are making a con tribution to the Cancer Fund in Mrs. Drebus memory. Craig Rudolphy Repeats Is Again First Boy To Earn Y Camp Fee Craig is a Fourth Grade stu dent at Mayfair School. This will be his second year at Y Camp. 14.100 Circulation Guaranteed Thursday, March 19, 1959 Announced services include: Holy Eucharist and Tenebrae Services At Calvary Lutheran For the Palm Sunday 10:45 morning service at Calvary Lu theran Church, Euclid at Lock wood ave., the pastor, Rev. Robert H.Secrist will speak on the topic: “Follow the King.” Karin Kuhn will sing “The Tab ernacle of God Is With Men.” Mrs. Eleanor Robinson, at the organ, will play “Triumphant Entry” by DuBois as the pre lude and “Hosanna” as the post lude. The Meal In The Upper Room For a number of years the Woman’s Society of Christian Service of the Windermere Meth odist Church has sponsored an event of unique significance dur ing Holy Week, The Meal in the Upper Room. This service com memorating this event in the last week of Christ’s life will be ob served on Wednesday evening. Following a service of prepara tion in the Sanctuary, the asscem bly will proceed in silence to Fel lowship Hall where dinner will be served. The only voices heard during this time will be those of readers as they bring Scriptural passages of the teachings of Christ. The principal message will be brought by Dr. Harold Kellogg, Administrative Assist ant to Bishop Hazen G. Werner. His topic will be “Friends.” of And what does he think the Y? “It’s wonderful.” If one can include a bit extra to show just how interest ed the Craig family is in camp ing, sister Cathy sold all her assignment of Girl Scout cook ies in one day and she will be off for Girl Scout Camp. Cathy is twelve. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rudolphy. 1'has A native of Ohio, Dr. Kellogg graduated from Ohio State Uni versity as an electrical engineer. After several years with West inghouse Electric Co. in Pitts burgh he became lay associate minister of the South Ave. Meth odist Church in Wilkinsburg, Pa. He latter attended Drew Theolog ical Seminary, Madison, N. J., where he graduated in 1933. He held pastorates in Ohio and X- By Janet Wiley On April 16, 17 and 18, Shaw High will present its first Broadway musical, “Wonderful Town.” This production will re place the annual spring variety show, “The Black and Red Re view.” It will be given three nights instead of the usual two. “Wonderful Town” should be particularly appealing to East Clevelanders, since it is based Here Palm Sunday will be also observed with a vesper serv ice confirmation rites and other meetings. Many places of business will be closed Friday afternoon. The East Cleveland Ministers Association is planning for an other Union Good Friday service. It will be held from 12 noon to three o’clock in Windermere Methodist Church, Euclid at Holyoke aves. The public is in vited to join this worship. is- Confirmation At St. Paul's Addams' Letter Spurs Bar Probe DIRECTING THE BIGGEST CAST ever to stage a Spring theatrical at Shaw High School are, seated: Miss K. Lucille Provo and Miss Margery Shields standing: Mr. Harry Geisler, Mr. S. Robert Fraser, Linda Hackney and Mr. Mike Dugas. All are faculty members except Miss Hackney, a student. “Wonderful Town” Coming To Shaw on the book "My Sister Eileen,” written by Shaw alumna Ruth McKenny Branston. The author has agreed to attend the show with her daughter, Eileen. Directing this year’s pres entation will be two compara tively new members of Shaw’s faculty. Mr. Harry Geisler, gen eral producer and technical di rector, graduated from Kent State University in January, Churches Plan For Palm Sunday, Holy Week The triumphant entry of Christ into Jerusalem on that first Palm Sunday will be recalled in sermon and song as Christians everywhere observe Palm Sunday again this Sunday. And a few days later as Holy Week follows, will come Maunday Thursday, commemorative of the Last Supper in that Upper Room and dark Good Friday. Pennslyvania and was appointed Administrative Assistant to Bishop Werner in 1957. Vocal soloist of the evening will be Mrs. Helene Rettger and organist will be Mrs. David Baumgartner. No reservations will be accepted after March 22. Anyone interested may call Mrs. Wm. Giesel, PO. 1-8580. The Rt. e v. Beverley D. Tucker, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocess of Ohio, will administer the Apolistic Rite of Confirma tion at St. Pau l’s Episcopal Church, East Cleveland, at 7:30 p. m. this coming Sunday. A class of sixty-four persons, 44 young people and 20 adults, will be presented for Confirmation. This is the second largest class in the one hundred twenty-five year hoistory of the parish. The Rev. Canon Laurence Hall will be the presenter. Special music will be presented by the Parish Choir under the direction of Mr. Edwin Anderson F.A.G.O., or ganist and choir-director. Fol lowing the service a reception will be held in the Parish honoring the confirmees the Bishop. Tenebrae At Faith Friday During Holy Week at Faith Lutheran Church, Hayden at Glenside rd., there will be a cele bration of the Holy Eucharist on Holy Thursday and the Office of Tenebrae on Good Friday at 8:00 p. m. Vesper Service At Baptist Church The film “Land of Sorrow” will be shown at the opening Church School Service on Palm Sunday. At the 11:00 a. m. serv ice, special music will include a Trumpet Prelude played by Mr. C. Aubrey Moore. The Youth Choir will sing “All Glory Laud and Honor” by Teschner, and the Senior Choir will sing “The King’s Welcome” by Alfred (Continued on page 14) 1957, where he had experience in both the acting and technical aspects of theater. A year ago he played the part of Joe in the Lake Erie College Community Theater’s production of “Wait ing for Lefty.” Mr. Mike Dugas, director, is a graduate of Western Reserve University, where he worked with Bill Boehm and Johnny Price, of “Musicarnival” fame, on such productions as“ Knicker bocker Holiday” and “Rocket to the Moon.” Mr. Dugas has his M. A. degree from John Car roll University and taught in Kansas for four years before coming to Kirk Junior High in 1956. He joined the Shaw High faculty this fall. General coordinator of the production is Miss K. Lucille Provo. Musical direction will be shared by Mr. S. Robert Fraser, doing the instrumental, and Miss Margery Shields, directing the vocal. Choreography has been undertaken by sophomore Linda Hackney. The cast and crew of 142 stu dents are busily working al ready, and tickets will go on sale early in April. Proceeds from this production will be divided between the American Field Service and the Shaw Student Lounge Fund. Easter Hour At Kiwanis Club At last Monday’s Ki wan it meeting the members paid trib ute to the coaching staff anc members of Shaw High Schoo’ basketball team. Members of the squad were introduced by Coach Don Drebus. Hall and Other services on Palm day will be Holy Communion at 8:00 a. m., Family Service at 9:30 a. m. and Morning Prayer and sermon at 11:15 a. At each of these services Palm Crosses and fronds will be dis tributed to the members of the congregation. Featured speaker at last week’s meeting was Philip “Nip’ Heim, head basketball coach at Case Institute of Technology. In his remarks, Heim stressed the character-building aspects of competitive sports. He told the Shaw team, “It takes work tc be good, so if you’re not good don’t blame someone else!’ His concluding remark was “You car be tough as nails and still gentleman.” Sun- 339 Seniors Get X-Rays rn--A\ CALL NEWS to PO. 1-3378 Judge Wires Apology “No comment” replied Judge Stanton Addams when called by the East Cleveland Leader rela tive to the status of affairs be tween him and the Cuyahoga County Bar Association follow ing Adam’s attack on the Court of Appeals. The issue stems from a letter written by Addams to Chief Jus tice H. Silbert of the Common Pleas Court, requesting reas signment of a drunken driver charge originating in the East Cleveland Municipal Court over Apologizing for his letter, Judge Addams sent the fol lowing wire to the Appelate Court Wednesday “I unconditionally retract and apologize for any de rogative statement o n tained in the letter written by the undersigned to the Hon. Judge Samuel H. Sil bert with respect to the Court of Appeals. “This court has a most en viable reputation for fair ness, ability, patience, com passion and integrity, and such qualities have character ized all of my many years of dealing with such court. “My letter was intemper ate and its intemperance was not justified.” (s) Stanton Addams. which Judge Addams presides. The local courts decision was re versed by the Court of Appeals. The case was also refused re view by the Ohio State Supreme Court. The Addams three-page letter challenged the integrity of the court and alleged that “the ab sence of any redress from a de cision of the Court of Appeals makes this court a very conveni ent place in which to fix cases.” In his replay, Judge Silbert critized Addams. stating he was “amazed” at this “highly in flamable” statements made by Addams. The entire matter was sched uled to come before a meeting of the executive committee of the Cuyahoga County sociation Wednesday, day). Bar As (Yester- the Ap- Addams objected to peals Curt opinion which referr ed to the local proceedings as an “inquisition.” The case in question con cerns Edward J. Kirk, arrested by East Cleveland police June 5th, 1957. The initial hearing on the drunken charges resulted in a hung jury. A second hearing resulted in a conviction. F. The Reverend Thurman Alexander, Minister of the Win dermere Methodist Church, will speak on ‘“The Message of Easter” at the East Cleveland Kiwanis Club on Monday noon in the East Cleveland YMCA Rev. Alexander is a member of the club. Kirk, an attorney, and a form er sergeant in the Cleveland Po lice Department, appealed the conviction on charges that of statements he claimed were made by the bailiff. Kirk is re ported to have said one juror claimed the bailiff remarked: “the sooner you find him guilty, the sooner you can go home.” This is another point to which Addams objects strongly. In his letter to Judge Silbert he states: “The record sets forth the un equivocal statements of eleven jurors that Lt. Yahraus (the bai liff) did nothing of the kind.” Also in his letter to Judge Sil bert, Addams indicated that had he known of the incident of the one juror’s comment he would have granted Kirk a new trial. The reviewing court announces it has no plans to act on present incident, leaving it tirely in the hands of the assciations. be a the en bar Deadline Date The East Cleveland Savings A Loan Company’s Easter Coloring Contest closes officially on Fri day, March 20th with all entries due at the 1373 Hayden ave. of fice. 366 A total of 339 of the members of the Shaw High School senior class underwent chest *x-rays during the visit of the Anti-Tuberculosis x-ray mobil unit. Quit a number of students reported having been x-rayed by their family phy sician and of the balance of the pupils not reporting many were among the days’ aksentees cause of illness. Savings accounts will go to the winners between 5 and 11 years of age in three tions. be- the the East Cleveland is among very few public schools in county in which the x-ray is not compulsory, for pupil or in structor. Fifty-one ac u 11 y members took advantage of the health check-up. age classifica- if not clipped can be had ac Entry blanks, from the paper, the Hayden office of East Cleve land Savings. SELL CORSAGES East Cleveland YWCA is selling and taking orders for Easter corsages, the proceeds to go to sending a girl to the Y- Teen summer conference. Call GL. 1-3425 for details.