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East Cleveland leader. [volume] (East Cleveland, Ohio) 1942-1970, July 02, 1959, Image 4

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Kayser Kiddie Kollege
OPEN YEAN ROUND
TRANSPORTATION—7:00 A.M. Pick-up
6:00 P.M. Delivery Home
MOT LUNCHES NAP
Tuition $16.00 Per Wook
felia Landgren. 13563 ClaiborND Laura Perk. 14626 Orinoco Ave.
ROCK HUDSON CYD CHARISSE
in
“TWILIGHT FOR THE GODS
and
JEFF CHANDLER —ESTHER WILLIAMS
in
“RAW WIND IN EDEN’’
Plus——Bonus Show on July 3 4 4
AUDIE MURPHY —GIA SCALA
in
“RIDE A CROOKED TRAIL”
DON'T MISS THIS ALL TECHNICOLOR SHOW
Coming July 8ih
“THE TEN
COMMANDMENTS
Visit our new "SERVE YOURSELF" concession stand,
specializing in Pizza, Hamburgs, Chicken.
THE BEST IS NEVER TOO
GOOD FOR PATRONS OF THE
EASTLAKE
RE. 1-9493
Chickens
LB.
39c
Delicious For
Broiling Frying
ALWAYS FRESH LEGS AND BREASTS
CORNISH HENS 16£2C£“ 89c
NOW! TWO LOCATIONS
Collinwood-Euclid Poultry
14801 Saranac Rd. 549 East 185th St
Formerly Euclid Poultry
MU. 1-2041 I KE. 1-8187
LEWIS AND HOWARD BAKER. PROPS.
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OUTDOOR THEATRE
EUCLID AVENUE AT BISHOP ROAD
WICKLIFFE
Wed.-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. June 30July 1-2-3-4
ALL COLOR SHOW
Bob Hope Rhonda Fleming
"Alias Jesse James"
Burl Ives Gypsy Rose Lee
"Winds Across
The Everglades"
Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. July 5-6-7-8-9
Lcmna Turner John Gavin Sandra Dee
"Imitation Of Life"
IN GLORIOUS COLOR
Cartoons and Short Subjects
COMING FRIDAY, JULY 10th
"Housebeat"
"Law And Jake Wade"
WH. 3-1244
July 1 to 4th—Wed.-Sat.
IRIYE-IN
heath
342nd and Vine St.
WH. 2-2663
God!”
July
July
Trust Him!
Hostesses Are Ready
For Marines Landing
USO Co-director Mrs. John
Walworth, 16244 Oak Hill
shared the duties and respon
sibilities of her volunteer role
with 100 USO hostesses re
cently, as part of the re-in
vasion preparations expected
to smooth the stay of nearly
10,000 servicemen and women
scheduled to arrive this month.
Another USO volunteer
staffer, Mrs. M. G. Wenning,
264 East 216th st., Chairman
of Volunteers, explained her
job in a report highlighted by
the news that at least two
major dances will be offered
on consecutive Saturdays—all
for the Navy and Marines forc
es partciipating in the first
beach-head landing Lake Erie
—at least as far as Edgewater
Beach is concerned—has ever
seen.
The invasion, aided by 75 am
phibious landing craft, five
destroyers, the heavy cruiser
USS Macun, 40 Marine jet
fighter planes and supporting
helicopeters, expects to arrive
about mid-July as one of the
many activities heralding sig
nificance of the area’s newest
role as that of a seaport town,
“Logically then, our first ‘at
tack* should come from the
friendly enemy,” the USO vol
unteers pointed out, “and it is
our duty to see that the men
of this task force are cared
for at least as well as they
would be in their home country
of say Norfolk, Va.,
or Paris Island.”
However humorous and excit
ing was the news of the inva
sion to the USO staff, the
work effort swung into high
gear and USO hostesses, as
sembled in two sessions, were
re-apprised of the individual
duties of the staff in readiness.
Although large numbers of
servicemen and women visit
Greater Cleveland USO per
month, the United Appeal sup
ported agency hasn't seen a
force this size in some years.
Union Church
Schedule
(Nursery through Primary)
Sen ices at 10 a. m.
July 5th, 12th, 19th—Win
dermere Presbyterian Church.
Rev. m. E. Towner, preach
ing.
July 26th, August 2nd. 9th,
16th East Cleveland Con
gregational, Rev. O. C. Sap
penfield, preaching.
August 23rd, 30th. Septem
ber 6th—East Cleveland Bap
tist Rev. Robert Peters,
preaching.
The Rev. Wm. E. Towner of
the Union Church will use the
following sermon topics the
first three Sundays of July:
5th—“You Count with
July
12th—“Be Sincere.”
19th “God Knows
INVALID CAR SERVICE
24 HOURS A DAY
Stanley H. Johnston Funeral Home
KEnmore 1-3600
Flute,
Clarinet,
Lessons
Saxophone
OF MUSIC
KE. 1-2431
GAUS CONS.
880 E. 185 St.
SAVE MONEY
on house
painting
890
GALLON
^g-CQAT WHflV
USf SH£RW/N.V¥/ll/4A4$
ONE-COAT
WHITE
House Paint
Thia famous One-Coat
White* can give your
home two-coat beauty
with one application.
HARRY REID'S
HAYDEN
HARDWARE
ISOS Hayden Ave
“Each of the two dances,”
Mrs. Wenning said in indica
tion, “will require about 800
volunteer girls. They will be
of college age and probably for
the most part drawn from local
schools such
other student
“But,” she
be ready.”
as nurses
groups.”
added, “we
At the University he is on
the dean’s list, in the econom
ics honorary society. Phi Gam
ma Delta, University and
ROTC band and intramurals.
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Russell C. Croucher, airman
apprentice, USN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Croucher of
14513 Savannah ave., is serving
at the Naval Air Station,
Brunswick, Maine.
William C. Provident, son of
Mrs. Janet Provident of 1820
Lakeview rd., completed recruit
training June 4th at the Marine
Corps Recruit Depot, Parris
Island, S. C. I
and
Jack Ronald Currie, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Currie of 13612
Fourth ave., was promoted June
16th to the rank of gunner’s
will
Service News
Thomas R. Scherr, son of
Mrs. Peter T. Scherr, 14520
Strathmore ave., is attending
ROTC summer camp at Fort
Devens, Mass.
Scherr, a ’56 graduate of
Shaw High School, is going in
to his senior year at Rutgers
University where he is major
ing in business administration.
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Jewish Convalesces?
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Robert Smoyer, son of Mr.
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served three years as Radarman
3/c on the USS Outpost, a
radar picket ship of the Con
tinental Defense Command.
Robert graduated from Shaw
High School in January, 1956,
and now resides with his family
in Lyndhurst.
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