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Iast Cleveland
814 East 152nd Street
Phone» Glenville 1-4383
14600 Euclid Avenue
Apt. 302
Stocklin To
Detail New
X-Ray Plan
Forty-three community leaders
have been invited to attend a
meeting at East Cleveland YM
YWCA tomorrow, Friday, April
17th to plan the city’s 1959 chest
x-ray survey.
Dr. Joseph Stocklin, Director
of the Anti-Tuberculosis League
will be present to explain the new
plan to "be introduced this year
in the suburban program. Also
present will be Miss Donna Cob
beldick who has charge of su
burban x-ray surveys.
In his letter of invitation to
tomorrow’s meeting, Charles A.
Carran, city manager, says, “It
is extremely important that tu
berculosis be detected at the ear
liest possible stage, and each year
we are hopeful that we can x-ray
an ever increasing proportion of
our citizens. This goal can be
achieved but only through the
planning, organization and co
operative effort of the Anti-Tu
berculosis League, the County,
The City Health Department, and
a very necessary nucleus of civic
minded community leaders.”
Mr. Carrari says that anyone
who failed to receive a letter of
invitation and who represents a
community group interested in
assisting with the chest x-ray
program is welcome at the meet
ing. Meeting time is 1:30 p. m.
Presiding will be Mrs. F. L. Holz
heimer, 14502 Terrace rd., a
veteran volunteer on prior East
Cleveland chest x-ray surveys
who has consented to be chair
man of the program this year.
In East Cleveland
Mail Addresses
Wednesday morning, what
beautiful morning. How wonder
ful just to be alive a morning
like thia.
Believe it or not, there is a
proof reader somewhere that does
not know “Thirty days hath Sep
tember, April, June and Novem
ber”. The calendar over my desk
shows April with 31 days. Whose
calendar? Sh! a university’s’.
Congratulations to Chief of
Police H. S. Weaver and Mrs.
Weaver who very quietly cele
brated their twenty-fifth wed
ding anniversary on Tuesday,
April 14th. The Leader joins
their host of friends in b«8^standards.
wishes for many, many more
wedding anniversaries.
One of the suggestions made
to the East Cleveland Commun
ity Council as a service
next year is a Calendar to avoid
date conflicts in important
community events. The sugges
tion is a good one. But as a re
minder the East Cleveland Pub
lic Library time and again has
offered to set up such a calen
dar, asking only that the li
brary be contacted when a date
is under consideration and
promptly when the date is set.
It is only through co-operation
of the
such a
entire community that
calendar can be effec-
Busy citizens will again be
serving their community when
they call at your door this Sun
day between one and five
o’clock, seeking your contribu
tion in the Crusade against
Cancer. Receive them graciously,
and give as generously as
possible.Remember,every dollar
counts in the search for cancer
prevention, and cure when it
That was a nice long throw,
young lady, but isn’t it too bad
that the objective was to rid
yourself of a soft drink bottle
... and on some one else’s
front lawn. Time: Tuesday a.m.
enroute to school.
When boys and girls reach
a certain age, without exception
they want to drive the family
car. Observing the interest with
with which Prospect Sixth
Graders watched Traffic Court
proceedings this Tuesday morn
ing, one wonders if it might not
be a good idea to have these
about-to-begin-to-drive youth
sit in on such a session. Where
a better lesson in the impor
tance of safe driving?,
Volume No. 18—No. 16
The annual campaign for the
early detection of tuberculosis is
tentatively scheduled for the
week of May 17th.
Mrs.Webb is urging everyone
to contribute to the crusade
against cancer, which is second
only to heart disease in the
number of its victims. She also
reminds of the great strides
being made in the search of the
cause, prevention and cure of
cancer through the contributions
of the public.
Also, Mrs. Webb says, “We
can use a few more volunteers.
We will appreciate it if anyone
who can spare an hour or so on
Sunday, to contact the chairman
nearest to them. These co-chair
men can be located as follows:
EDDINGTON rd: Mrs Jean
Bayer, 1558 BREWSTER rd.:
Plastic Pipe Gets
Local Building
Code Approval
“Going modern” was the com
ment as members of the East
Cleveland Building Board Code
Tuesday approved the use of
a certain type of plastic drain
and sewer pipes in East Cleve
land. The new plastic item has
already met the approval of the
Building Officials Conference of
Northeastern Ohio and the City
of Cleveland Board of Building
During the Zoning Board ses
sion permission was granted to
Mrs. Joseph Loughney, 1328 East
152nd st. to replace her present
garage with a new one. Permis
sion was also granted Arthur M.
Kaye to erect garages to the rear
of his property at 1885 Noble
rd., upon condition he meet cer
tain definite requirements set
forth by the board.
The alternate building plan
submitted by Sid Simon for a
proposed apartment in Plymouth
pl. did not meet with the ap
proval of the Board and a new
plan reducing building size and
re-locating parking was ordered
For Clifford
Mr. Clifford is the son of Mr.
i and Mrs. Wm. C. Clifford of
13502 Granham. Following grad
uation from Shaw High School
and Fenn College he received his
master’s degree from Kent State
University. He resides in East
In your home. Need a Plumber,
Electrician, Reefer? Turn te the
Classified Pages. You'll find an
Expert ready te serve you in a
hurry. Handy to your heme, too.
Gardner, 13311 Garden rd., have
and Mrs. Roy E.
been selected by the Cuyahoga Unit of the American
Cancer Society as the family best representing the
slogan of the 1959 campaign: “Guard Your Family
With A Check-up and a Check”. The Gardners became
cancer conscious when a close relative died of cancer.
Said Mr. Gardner: "We now fully understand the im
portance of early detection. We are doing what medi
cal science tells us to guard ourselves and our three
little girls”.
Cancer Drive Needs Volunteers
With details completed for the
Sunday, April 19th one to five
o’clock Crusade Against Cancer,
the East Cleveland campaign
chairman, Mrs. Elton Webb, an
nounces the co-chairmen of this
1959 doorbell ringing campaign.
Mrs. Russell S. McGinnis, 16009
HAYDEN ave: Mrs Joseph
Rodrigues at 1964 and Mrs.
Joseph Zocovic at 2006 HILL
SIDE rd.: Mrs. Frank Young
at 1909 HARTSHORN: Mrs.
Margaret Carpenter at 1761
OAKHILL: Mrs. George Stroud
at 15500 SAVANNAH: Mrs.
Isador Or luff at 14010
STRATHMORE: Mrs. Elizabeth
Sidley at 14213 VAN BUREN:
Miss Peggy Toohig at 1926:
EAST 134 th st.: Mrs Jack
Snyder at 1429.
VFW, Auxiliary
Install Officers
This Saturday
East Cleveland Post 1500 Vet
erans of Foreign Wars and its
Auxiliary will have a joint instal
lation of officers ceremony Sat
urday, April 18th, 7 p. m. at the
Post hall, 18403 Euclid ave.
The women’s ceremony will be
first and the Post ceremonies
will follow immediately after
New Post officers are: August
Trombetta, commander W’illiam
Irwin, senior vice commander
Jack Curtis, junior vice comman
der Joseph Byrnes, quartermas
ter Thomas Foster, judge ad
vocate Albert Neubacher, chap
lain Jack Bowden, post surgeon,
and William Trenn, jr., three year
New officers of the ladies aux
iliary are: Evelyn McConkey,
president Beatrice Trombetta,
senior vice president Marie Au
sem, junior vice president Theo
dora Farinacci, secretary Doris
Helmick, treasurer Gene Ash
ley, chaplain Henrietta Laffey,
conductress Lillian Heser, guard,
and Evelyn Kress, trustee.
The Post provided the $25 bond
first prize. The Auxiliary pro
vided the second and third prizes
of $10 and $5 respectively. Con
test judges were: Virgil P. Lang,
philosophy teacher at Notre
Dame Mrs. Ester Patch, clerk
of the East Cleveland Municipal
Court and Thomas Foster, chief
project engineer of G.E.’s Minia
ture Lamp Division. Mrs. Phyllis
Stafford was essay chairman.
Raymond N. Clifford,
English instructor at Glenville
High School, Cleveland, will
study this summer at Williams
College on grants from the John
Hays Fellowship program of
New Yoek. He is one of forty
high school teachers across the
nation to be selected to attend a
four-week session in Humanities
on the Williamstown campus.
WkatA baity
CARD PARTY at Mayfair
School, Friday, April 17th open
to the public. Canasta players
please bring their own cards.
Dessert at 7:30 p. m.
Philomena Church, card party
April 17th, 8:30 in the Social
Hall of the church, 13824 Eu
clid ave. Refreshments.
.J* iA
party Thursday,
1:00 p. nv
Checks For
AFS Program
Coming In
Deep in their plana to send Its
third Shaw student abroad for a
summer and for the coming of
its fourth foreign student to
Shaw, the East Cleveland Amer
ican Field Service Committee is
happy to report the receipt of
four additional checks for this
merited program.
Mr. Howard Baker, committee
treasurer, reports these contribu
tions to this community project
for world peace through better
understanding between nations:
Prospect P.T.A. $10.00 East
Cleveland Y Mothers Club,
$15.00 First Presbyterian
church, $25.00 First Presbyter
ian Church School, $10.00.
Kiwanis of East Cleveland un
derwrote the city’s first AFS
program. Since then it has been
a community project and each
year the $650 needed for the
school-year program, and the
$525 needed for the summer pro
gram has come through. One
steady contributor is Shaw’s own
student body which has shared
proceeds from its annual Black
and Red Review for this pro
gram. This bespeaks the worth
the students place on the project,
having had the personal experi
ence of an AFS student as a
school mate for each year.
Any group desiring to have a
part in East Cleveland’s partici
pation in the American Field
Service Student Exchange pro
ject may send their contribution
to Mr. Howard Baker, 2119 Rey
burn rd., East Cleveland 12, O.
It is pointed out that the so
called “traveling cost” of $525
and $650 is, in realty a
charge since the actual cost de
pends on the distance traveled
by the student. The extra expen
diture, plus other obligations
which each assignment entails, is
met through endowments and
gifts from persons interested in
Hosa parents accept the pupil,
without renumeration, as a mem
ber of their family for the dura
tion of the summer or winter, as
the case may be.
Headquarters for the AFS Stu
dent Exchange Program are
New York City.
Local Resident
Is Promoted At
Society National
Installing officer for the
will be past Commander
Lagatta. His aid will be
Commander Midge Miller.
The Auxiliary will award the
prizes for the VFW Essay Con
test to the following: Kenneth
Wanosko, 1351 Sunset rd., first
prize Robert Bayer, 8205 Ack
ley rd., second prize and Joseph
T. Meisner, 3512 Woodridge rd.
St. Ignatius high school was
sponsored with the cooperation
of instructor W. J. Wicks.
Lester L. Wilson
“Lester L. Wilson, a
of more than 37 years in banking
and finance, has been elected an
Assistant Cashier and Branch
Manager of Society National
Bank,” Mervin B. France, Pres
ident, announced following the
regular Directors’ meeting.
On July 1st, Mr. Wilson will
assume his duties as Manager of
Society’s Uptown Branch, 921
Huron rd., succeeding Walter W.
Free, who will retire at that time
on Society’s Pension Program.
Mr. Wilson began his banking
career in 1922 and has gained
wide experience in many phases
of banking, including ten years
of working for the State of Ohio
Banking Department.
From 1954 to 1946, he was
District Loan Agent for Smaller
War Plants Corporation process
ing and approving government
loans to smaller businesses
throughout Northern Ohio. He
also servted with the Reconstruc
tion Finance Corporation as a
Loan Representative.
Mr. Wilson joined Society in
1954 and is currently Manager
of Credit of the Consumer Loan
Active in business, civic, and
community groups, Mr. Wilson
also serves as a Director of the
Lakeside Supply Company and
the Universal Grinding Corpora
tion, both of Cleveland.
He attended Fenn College and
has graduated from the Ameri
can Institute of Banking.
Mr. Wilson resides at 1460
East 135th st.
East Cleveland Leader
Published In Conjunction with The SCOOP in Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid
East Cleveland. Ohio 14,100 Circulation Guaranteed
Posters Sing
Sell Out Prompts Matinee
Due to the terrific sale of tickets for “Wonder
ful Town,” Shaw’s Black and Red current pro
duction opening a three-night stand this evening
at Shaw Auditorium, a special Sunday afternoon
matinee performance has been hurriedly arranged.
In *a last-minute announcement, just in time
to catch the Leader as it went to press, Wayne C.
Blough, principal at Shaw High School, announced
the matinee.
“We don’t want to disappoint anyone who has
bought a ticket to ‘Wonderful Town,’ said Mr.
Blough. “For that reason there will be a special
matinee at 2:30 Sunday and all ticket holders
will be admitted on any Thursday, Friday, or
Saturday dated performance. Tickets will also be
available at the door.
This makes “Wonderful Town” just about the
most “wonderful” performance ever for Shaw,
the story has been written by Ruth McKenna, a
Shaw graduate it’s the first full length musical
show attempted by Shaw the first three-night
stand ever offered and the first entire “sell out”
of tickets for the three nights.
You just must see it!
Unusual Safe Driving Lesson
For Prospect Sixth Graders
Prospect School Sixth Grad
ers have had a new and enlight
ening experience. They have at
tended a Traffic Court session
in the East Cleveland Munici
pal Court. They even sat in the
jury box from which vantage
point they had an unobstructed
view of His Honor, Judge Stan
ton Addams, the Assistant
Prosecutor, Don Barclay and
Bailiff Albert Yahraus, as well
as defendants and witnesses at
the bar. They saw all those
policemen sitting in the front
rows, awaiting their particular
case to be called.
They heard Judge Addams
Check Water, It
Might Be Rusty
Check the watar.
This is the warning that comes
today from Fred W. Lange, chief
of the East Cleveland Fire De
partment as the semi-annual
check-up of the city’s 788 fire
hydrants gets underway.
Owners of automatic washers
are especially reminded to check
the water before placing clothing
in the machine.
Rusty water is unavoidable
when a hydrant is checked, ex
plains Chief Lange, despite the
flushing that is done as a part of
the inspection. The rust accum
ulates within the hydrant.
This semi-annual hydrant in
spection is coming earlier than
usual this year, according to
Chief Lange. The reason, he
points out, is the renovation go
ing on at Station No. 1 on Mar
loes ave., making it unpractical
to do the Spring housecleaning
which is usually in full swing
now. The cleaning must wait un
til the carpenters and their other
skilled workers have finished.
One just can’t clean house in such
a torn up state of affairs.
Firemen will probably he in
the midst of cleaning when the
weather is anything but condu
cive to such an undertaking.
Paper Sale
Mayfair Pack 13 Cub Scouts
will have a paper sale Saturday.
April 18th at 1605 Hayden ave
Papers, magazines and cartons
may be taken to the home of
Mr. Charles Travis, 14012
Northfield ave., or call GL.
1-2952 for a paper pick-up.
“Come To The Fair”
open the court with a lengthy
talk on the responsibilities and
privileges of persons appearing
in the court, after Bailiff Yah
raus had called out, “Hear Ye,
Hear Ye” to open the session.
They joined in the Pledge to the
They heard Judge Addams
listen to a charge of a man
driving while under the influ
ence of liquor and watched him
as the court meted out a $1,000
fine, and two days in jail, sus
pending $600 until the two
days were cancelled, due to cir
They heard a woman, charged
with driving 40 miles an hour
through a school zone. She ap
peared to be a bit disturbed
when she saw the children
there. They also heard many
other cases, all involving a traf
fic violation.
It is a foregone conclusion
that these children will have a
greater respect for traffic law,
realizing,* at least, what o vio
lation can mean to a driver.
Holland In
The Springtime
delightful title of the colored
slide program to be shown by
Mrs. Mabel S. Sawyer at the
East Cleveland Public Library,
on Thursday, April 23rd at 8:00
p. m.
Mrs. Sawyer who is a mem
ber of the Studio Club will com
bine in her program not only her
interest in travel and photog
raphy, but her gifts as an artist.
Some of her paintings will be
also displayed on the evening of
the program. You and your
friends are cordially invited to
see these lovely slides and
the paintings.
Rejection followed objections
rf Windermere Methodist
Church and Ursuline Academy
of the Sacred Heart that the
permit location is within 500
feet of their respective loca
tions, Euelid at Belmore and
Euclid at Holyoke.
Thursday, April 16, 1959
Admiring the colorful work
are (left to right) Ways and
Means Chairmen: Mr. Robert
Neiss, Mr. and Mrs. Bert R. Tay
lor, and Mrs. Neiss. P.T.A. Pres
ident Alton J. McStay is stand
ing on the extreme right, and
Mrs. McStay is seated in front.
This is the group primarily re
sponsible for the success of the
carnival, the one ways-and-means
project conducted each year for
the purpose of replenishing the
Fifteen “country fair” booths
offering games of skill or chance
set the stage for an evening of
informal fun and relaxation for
the entire family. Basketball
champs, nail drivers and dart
throwers, for instance, can easily
walk away with prizes that far
exceed in value the mere 75-cent
admission ticket (which is re
deemable at the door for an equal
value of carnival tickets).
And, for those who feel lucky
(or hungry) the “cake-walk” is
an excellent opportunity to win
delicious cakes of all kinds baked
and donated by P.T.A. mothers.
Losers of the cake-walk need not
go home hungry, for the inevit
able pop, potato chips, pop-corn,
etc., will be served at the
freshment stand.
The new policy calls for a
Heights Area to be comprised of
Beachwood, Cleveland Heights,
East Cleveland, Shaker Heights,
University Heights and Warrens
ville Heights. The headquarters
will be at 3637 Lee rd.
W. G.
Miss LaVerne Piper’s
grade art class and Mr.
Wiseley’s printing class at W. H.
Kirk Jr. High School combined
their specialized talents to create
and produce the colorful posters
currently displayed in store win
dows throughout East Cleveland
promoting the Fourth Annual
Kirk P.T.A. Carnival to he held
in the school gymnasium Friday,
April 24th.
Shaw Host To
Student Council
Visiting Day
Monday was Student Council
Visiting Day among the high
schools of the Lake Erie League.
Each Spring two representatives
from each of the other League
schools, Parma, Shaker, Euclid,
Lakewood and
Shaw. Shaw in
League schools
dents in each visitation.
Heights, visit
turn sends two
to the other
totaling 50 stu-
Purpose of the visitation is to
acquaint student leaders with the
activities and problems of other
schools and compare notes as to
how such activities and problems
are conducted and met.
Shaw delegates for the day
were: Helga Klingberg, Mary Jo
Donatelli, Zina Sciulla, Joyce
Warner, Kathy Fogarty, Bill
Merino. Marty Marino, Rick
King, Bill Olson and John Mori
B-W Students
Offer Musical
Continuing its splendid series
of music evenings, the East
Cleveland Public Library will, on
Wednesday, April 29th present a
free concert by pupils from
the conservatory at Baldwin
Wallace College.
Mr. Herbert Oberlag, teacher
of woodwinds at the conserva
tory will intersperse a few re
marks about the numbers as they
are played. The group will bring
along their obe d’amour and Mr.
Oberlag will demonstrate its use.
Permit Plea
The Ohio Liquor Department
has rejected the liquor permit
application of the Eilfield Phar
macy Inc., 13914 Euclid ave.
The numbers will be as fol
Sonata VI in E Major, (J. S.
Bach) Linda Moore, Flute and
Louise Anderson, Piano.
Sonate pour Hautbois et Piano
(G. P. Telemann) Richard
Frank, Oboe and Susan Halligan,
Soeur Monique, (F. Couperin)
Gigue en Rondeau, (J. Ph. Ram
eau) Paul Chenevey, Piano.
Sonata in Major, (Vivaldi
Respighi) David Kearns, Violin
and Paul Chenevey, Piano.
What is your project
This is the question to be
asked representatives of civic,
church, school, business and in
dustrial groups at next Mon
day nights’s meeting of the
PO. 1-3378
East Side Red Cross
Branches Unite Under
New Suburban Event!
Under the newly organized the East Cleveland Brandi, Mrs.
Suburban Development Plan of
the Greater Cleveland Chapter
American Red Cross, the East
Cleveland Branch has dissolved.
In its place local Red Cross serv
ices will function under what will
be known as the East Cleveland
Community Committee.
Chorman states:
“This new set-up will not in any
way interfere with the work at
any individuals who are working
in some capacity in one at the
Red Cross services. In fact it is
one of the aims of the Commit-,
tee to extend the participation of
residents of East Cleveland as
volunteers, and to increase Rad
Cross services to people in East
Community Committee will have
Cleveland. The members of this
specific jobs, and as they need
help in carrying on their work,
they will ask others to work with
them either as members at a per
manent service committee qp in.
the Blood program, or for spe
cial spot jobs such as recruitment
for First Aid or Home Nursing
“I wish to thank you very much
for your cooperation and interest
Present officers and service
chairman will form the nucleus
of the Community Committee
which will serve as an adminis
trative unit for all East Cleve
land Red Cross work. As chair
man of the dissolved Branch,
Mrs. Fred H. Chorman is now thT^asT’cieveland* Broich'
chairman of the East Cleveland. an(j hope that we may caj] on
Community Committee. |you in the future of the Red
In a letter to all members of i Cross support.”
Forest Hill Merchants
Sign Clean-up Pledge
The first definite action as
participation in the annual East
Cleveland Clean-up Campaign
comes from the Forest Hill
Merchants Association. Mr. Don
W. Finlay, again in charge of
the campaign for these merch
ants in the Euclid Superior
shopping center reports that
practically every member of the
Forest Hill Association has
signed the following Business
“I promise to:
Keep my show windows
Keep my sidewalk swept.
Pick up all litter from
Keep alleys and rear
store areas clean.
Keep my building in good re
Repair trash containers when
Repaint building and store
front when needed.
Repair signs when needed.
Last year this district really
spruced up with remodeled
store fronts, painted buildings
and scrubbed walks and park
ing areas.
East Cleveland Clean-up Com
mittee in the Commission
Chamber, City Hall at 8 p. m.
Groups that may not as yet
have decided on their individual
support of the community-wide
Clean-up are urged to make a
decision so it may be reported
Monday night.
The East Cleveland cam
paign starts Friday. May 1st
and continues throughout May
10th. This, it is pointed out.
will provide two full weekends
for employed persons to get
their own clean-up underway,
especially the out of door
Plan Marriage
Workshop Here
If you plan to be married
soon have you asked yourself 1)
Why do I want to get married,
2) What will help or hinder my
marriage, 3) Will our devotion
For those wishing to explore
the many emotional, physical and
religious aspects of marriage
with trained professional leader
ship plan to attend the Marriage
Workshop sponsored by the East
Cleveland Ministers Association
and the Chaplaincy Service at
Huron Road Hospital.
The workshop opens May 13th.
All Ready For Pancakes
family of 1338 Shawview are buying a Family Ticket
to the Y’s Men's Pancake Breakfast at the YMCA Sunday,
April 24th at the special family rate. Making the sale is
Sheldon S. Schweikert, a member of the Y’s Men’s Club.
Hungry for those pancakes are, I. to r., Barbara, Mrs.
Dione, Dick, Mr. Dione in front, David and Laurie.
Come one, come all to the
first annual Pancake Breakfast
sponsored by The East Cleveland
Y’s men. Make your plans now
to attend on Sunday, April 26th.
Breakfast will be served from
7:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. The
menu wil consist of tangy orange
juice, golden brown pancakes and
tantilizing sausage (all you can
eat), and coffee or milk.
Treat the family to an enjoy
able feast meet your friends
and neighbors come either be
fore or after church.
Tickets are now on sale at the
YMCA or from any member of
the Y’s men. Special rates, $3.25
are available for families. Adults'
$1.25, children 5-12 years, 75c,
under 12, free.

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