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MEN'S LADIES'
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Ducks & Geese for New Year’s
Also A Large Selection Of
TURKEYS- ROASTERS- STEWERS FRYERS
Our Sincere Wishes for Your Happiness,
Health and Prosperity for the New Year.
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KE. 1-8187 MU. 1-2041
HOWARD BAKER LEWIS BAKER
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
LENNY'S LAUNDROMAT Inc
16515 Euclid at Ivanhoe
Call KE. 1-6026
(Formerly Laundromat Inc.)
COMPLETE LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING
AND SHIRT FINISHING OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY
OPENING SPECIAL THRU JAN, I Sth
Q|||TQ EXPERTLY CLEANED $1.15
AND PRESSED I EACH
TROUSERS 4AO/ DISCOUNT ON
55c Each IV /O ALL LAUNDRY
GALA
NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY
JOHNNY PECON and HIS ORCHESTRA
$17.00 PER COUPLE
InJu.'es All Drink*, Buffet Supper, Hats, Noisemaker*, Music
and Dancing BY RESERVATION ONLY
MUSIC THIS FRIDAY NIGHT
AL TERCEK and HIS ORCHESTRA
FISH AND SHRIMP DINNERS
Every Friday
FRITZ'S TAVERN
991 East 185th St. IV. 1-9635
FannaTown
Heating
Pad
one ot six
Growl with us I
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far deposits to
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29800 LAKE SHORE BLVD.
7953 RIDGEWOOD DR.
safety«4%M.
Open Daily & Saturday 9:30 K.
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SAVE UP TO 80% ON
LIVING ROOM SUITES REFRIGERATORS
BEDROOM SUITES WASHERS
SPORTING GOODS DRYERS
T.V. AND STEREO RECORD PLAYERS VACUUM CLEANERS
ALL TOYS PICNIC SUPPLIES
LAMPS FLOOR POLISHERS
SEALY, SIMMONS AND WHITE DOVE MATTRESSES
AMD THOUSAND* OF OTHER ITEM*,
EVERYTHING MUST BE MOVED!
NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED!
CT TO I TEAM TO PAT
For Your Convenlanca We Are Open Daily to 8 P.Mj Wed. to I P.M.
WE ARE CLOSED SUNDAYS
NORTHEAST
22530 LAKE SHORE BLVD.
Plenty of Free Parking in Rear RE. 1-2303
(Continued from
new office.
Bon Voyage,
page
1)
East Cleveland Saving* and
Loan announced plan* for
Walter H. Stearns Motors,
Inc., lost its appeal to have two
parcels of land adjacent to its
building, 13805-17 Euclid ave.,
rezoned.
Motorola got the city con
tract for 14 transistor radio
units, base station and testing
equipment with a low bid of
$14,180.20.
Thomas W. Priscilla reported
the YM-YWCA membership
drive went over the top.
Appointed manager of G.E.’s
lighting education department
at Nela Park was Kirk M.
Reid of 15907 Hazel rd.
Long-time East Cleveland
resident John E. Depke was
named administrative assist
ant and press secretary to
Mark McElroy, Ohio attorney
general.
Susan Serota, senior at Shaw,
and Bill Johnson, seventh grad
er at Kirk received key awards
in the regional scholastic art
exhibit.
Nine men were appointed to
the East Cleveland police force.
The new bluecoats were among
167 who originally applied and
survived rigid tests in order to
be appointed.
APRIL
The rising cost of insurance
raised a lot of eyebrows at an
East Cleveland Board meeting
the first of this month. An in
surance committee reported
that the rate charged the school
system for practically the same
service received the last three
years jumped from $600 to
$4,000. WOW!
N o r
again
City Commissioner
man Townsend once
accepted the United Appeal
Post of chairman of the
publie relations committee.
Rehearsals were in full
swing for the annual Black and
Red spring production at Shaw
High. This year’s production
was the smash hit “Oklahoma.”
Featured in the cast were
Bruce Meyers, Britta Dick,
Hugh Daniels and Fran Rohloff.
Fire did an estimated $15,000
damage to the Hayden ave.
(1401) Pick-N-Pay store and
$15,000 to contents in neighbor
ing business places.
A new ordinance regarding
bowling alleys, pool and bill
iard rooms was passed by the
city commissioners. The new
law takes the place of a 28
year-old law that didn't per
mit a youngster under 18
into such establishments un
less accompanied by a parent.
Marion H. Roff, 1859 Beres
ford rd., was named district
chairman of the Parish Special
Gifts Division of the 1960
Catholic Campaign.
Prompted by city officials,
residents of East Cleveland be
gan their annual clean-up,
INVALID CAR SERVICE
24 HOURS A DAY
Stanley H. Johnston Funeral Homo
KEnmore 1-3600
FURNITURE
paint-up and fix-up activities.
This drive emphasizes the
“spring cleaning” of the whole
city as
homes.
a
well as that of the
MAY
Thirty
youngsters returned
from tour of Washington, D. C.
under the sponsorship of the
East Cleveland Y.
“Compressor trouble caused
the early closing of the city’s
ice skating rink” said City Man:
ager Charles A. Carran in reply
to irate citizens.
Mr. Carran was answering a
formal complaint that asserted
“greater use of the facility is
warranted in view of the capi
tal expenditure of tax money
involved.”
Besides having mechanical
difficulties, nature played havoc
with the rink by bringing out
too many sunny days in March.
Nevertheless, with all the
problems, the rink only closed
down 11 days before those in
neighboring communities.
The Shaw Choirs were host to
Brush High School for the East
Cleveland school’s first Spring
Sing.
Miss Ellen Messenger, who
retired as a school teacher after
36 years in the business, was
honored by the Caledonia PTA.
Sue Douglas, 13702 Shaw ave.,
was chosen posture queen by
the Northeast Ohio Chiroprac
tor Association. Miss Douglas
was sponsored by Dr. J. A.
Stahl.
Judith Dagenbach, 14526 Ori
noco ave., an eighth grander at
Kirk was elected president of
the Cuyahoga County Junior
High CounciKof the Junior Red
Cross for 1961.
Mrs. A. O. Willey, retiring
board president of the East
Cleveland YWCA Committee on
Management turned over the
gavel to the new boss, Mrs. E.
Allen Burks.
Across the board wage in
creases averaging $250 per
year went to all city employees.
Shocking, but true was the
U.S. Census Bureau report
that East Cleveland was one
of two Cuyahoga County
suburbs that decreased in
population in the last 10
years. A preliminary report
from the census bureau re
vealed that the population
was down 2,115. The unoffi
cial tally was 37,932.
MOVING
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1-Hr. Minimum Running Time
FULLY EQUIPPED
CLOSED VANS
Insured
AARON MOVING
STORAGE
EV. 1-8745 RE. 1-4191
PetfcimUi A
ACCORDION CENTER
917 E. 185th St.
LESSONS
REPAIRS
SALES
“HOMt ar
MASTtariCCI ACCORDION*”
EXPERT INSTRUCTION
ON ALL INSTRUMENTS
$2 Per Private Lesson
INCLUDES BAND TRAINING
•v Professional Teacher*
INSTRUMENTS LOANED
IV. 1-8648
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BAST CLEVELAND LEADER
1960!\l
North Branch and of Miss
Martha Driver
as
supervisor of
Children’s work at the main
branch.
At the East Cleveland Picnic
Organizational Meeting, Chris
Gramines, popular Superior rd.
barber, was elected General
Chairman of this year’s com
munity affair.
Dottie Schramm, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Schramm, 1728 Hartshorn rd.,| -n
wa. awarded a *750 grant from °"N W'11
Junior Achievement of Cleve-| Sunday, Jan. 1st
land. C‘ U
39
Gerl
/aon.
great number of years.
Leonard Visci, Shaw graduate (League season was pitched by
and former high school basket-112-year-old Carl Schultz,
ball star was named assistant I
principal of that school replac-l School Supt. Nichols was ap
ing Grant Kibbel who resigned Ipointed United Appeal Metro
to become principal of a school Ipolitan Division District Chair
near Youngstown. Iman for the 1960 drive.
Chosen Worthy Citizen of the I Lost or stolen? The answer
year was long-time East Cleve-jto this question meant $600
land resident and hospital vol-Ito two youngsters.
unteer Mrs. Agnes Peck. Mrs. I The city of East Cleveland
Peck followed in the best tradi- ilwas sued for $600 by the par
tion of previous winners by hav-Bents of two boys who claimed
ing served her community con-|that amount of monev the
tinuously and generously for a Loungstera found last December
A new local management con-i
suiting firm, Bolland, O’Malley
& Associates was formed. Lo
cated at 12960 Euclid ave., thejl „aa uvlvvll,
A firm now provides consulting!
The Board of Trustees of the services in coat study, cost re-1 I,am Baker who Prevented
East Cleveland Library ap- ductjon profit analysis, budget
proved the appointment of MissjprogramB organization studies,
Jean Hoffman as librarian of|execufjve procurement, account-
services in cost study, cost re-
ing methods and inventory con
trol.
The busy zoning board ap
proved the requests to rezone
’land in the city for construction
of a supermarket and a com
bined store and auto wash serv
ice.
The city commissioner si
backed up the Zoning Board by I
approving the rezoning of land|
for construction of a super mar-1
ket and combined auto store!
and auto wash.
East Cleveland Fire Chief
We're coming your way to wish you the kind of
New Year that you will long remember as the
happiest, the healthiest and the most prosperous.
PLEASE NOTE: We Will Be Closed Tuesday and
Wednesday, Jan. 3rd and 4th For Inventory
NOTTINGHAM
18617 Nottingham Rd. at St. Clair
KEnmore 1-0256 —We Deliver— KEnmore 1-0257
be held
starting
at 3 p. m. in honor of
Anthony H. Bowers, son of
The Shaw Chapter of the Na-| Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bow
tional Honor Society held its I ers, 566 East 240th st. who
induction
corned
ranks.
ceremony and wel-l leaves Jan. 4th for boot
new members to itsl trainjng w the U. S.
I Marines at Parris Island.
I
Anthony is former Euclid
JUNE I High student.
Cleveland was awarded a $14,-(structure contained six stores
500 contract for repair of Stan-|on the first floor and 11 apart
wood Creek and $225,321 con-|ments on the second,
tract for construction of the I
Stanwood Creek Culvert.
I The election o£ Huron Road
hospital Director Edwin W.
A total of 2,895 East Cleve- Miller to the American College
landers took advantage of l£ Ho ital Administrator8 Fel.
the recent free chest X-Ray h- wag announced.
service. Despite several days I
ot poor weather (it was cold I s, ., w„ reJerted
and rainy on several ocean- I ,ht budget ,or
aion.) the turnout waa cun- fj| an ordl.
stdered quite favorable. I ,trengthencd ,nd
Three Shaw High honor atu- E“did
v .. A, —. .. ana Elderwood ave*., was re
dents, Kenneth Klug, Timothy emission
F. LaFrance and Roger L. An-1 meetjnr
derson were selected to repre-l
sent East Cleveland at the I
American Legion’s Buckeyel JULY
Boy’s State at Ohio University The £irst no.hit performance
lof the East Cleveland Little
should be returned because no
lone else had claimed it.
Winner of the 1960 Com- I Later on, Judge Addams rul
munity Picnic grand prize of le(] that the money should be
a spanking brand new Chev- Ireturned to the boys—and it
rolet was Mrs. Lillian Henry, 1^^
1962 Nelawood ave. I
AUGUST
Commended by Police Chief
H.S. Weaver for excellent po
lice work was Detective WiL
i
I.
Fred Lange was elected presi
dent of the Ohio Fire Chiefs
Association.
Shaw graduated 277 at cere
monies presided over by School
Supt. Harold L. Nichols. Rev.l
Robert F. R. Peters of the Eastp|
Cleveland Congregational IH
Church gave the invocation andl||
benediction.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church,
15837 Euclid ave., purchased an
apartment and store building
adjoining the-church for use as
classrooms. The two-story
1
The school board voted to ex-l||
tend Supt. Nichols’ contract forl||
five more years with the salary
for the first year set at $18,500.
s^c*.
East ClevalaRd Leader
A
N.wipa**r of GanarcH Circulation
In Cuyahoga County
E«tabli*h.d 1942
By
Published Every Thursday
Collinwood Publiahina Company
Publisher* or
EUCLID. NEWS-JOURNAL and
The SCOOP
General Office* end Plan*
814 East 152nd Street
GLenvillo 1-4383
C. E. BOWMAN.................... ......... Edited
G^NE HERSH ....... ■A**ociato Editor
8.
t. FOULKE----- i Mar.
ROBT. W. MURPHY 1—Jl A**t Mgr
burglary at a filling station
and captured a trio of would
be thieves.
The Board of Education ap
proved a master fire alarm sys
tem and renewal of a 7.7 tax
mill levy.
Celebating 50 yean of wed
ded life together were prom
inent East Clevelanders, Lyman
and Grace Davidson of 1887
Knowles st.
After a year ef serving as
Associate Editor of the East
Construction Co! of I---------------------------------------Me-KevinLeader,Cleveland
Tigue folded up her Kaleido
scope and headed west. As
she left for California, many
associates at Collinwood Pub
lishing, city officials and res
idents expressed regrets on
her leaving.
Miss McTigue was replaced
by Eugene (Gene) Hersh.
The Roy Grant Harley fam
ily of 15657 Wyatt rd., was
chosen as East Cleveland’s Am
erican Host family for the com
ing school year.
The Hayden Avenue Baptist
Church came up with a unique
way to combat lagging Sunday
school attendance. The brain-!
storm of Rev. Donald B. Woody,
the idea was to have a “lasre
veR yadnuS.” That is esrever
the summer trend towards low
attendance. Yes, the plan de
krow. (If you can not under
stand some words in this para
graph, read them backwards), i
(Continued on Page 3)
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Spacious
Banquet
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Weddings E
Parties
Our Food and
Servico, Being the
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BAST CLEVELAND FOOT CLINIC
13933 EUCLID AVE.
Dr. J. Wallenstein, D.S.C., Director Open Evenings
ALL FOOT AILMENTS TREATED
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FEATURING
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MUSIC AND DANCING
WITH
SONNY RAY and His Orchestra
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For The Fast or Feast
Holiday
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Sand Eels
Calamari
Sardines
Salmon
Halibut
Bloaters
Eels
Salt Herring
Capitosd
Kippers
Skate
Scallop*
Shell Oysters
Clams
Mackerel
Cod
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wen
Anniversaries
Birthdays
Business
Meetings
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Atmosphere
Wedding Reserva­
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Frogs
Lobster Tails
Snails
Swordfish
Whitefish
Pike
Porch
Yellow Pike
Pickerel
Wholssals Prices to Restaurants, Taverns. Factories, Institutions
EUCLID FISH CO.
18601 Abby Ave. at East 185th St.
OPEN ALL DAY EVERY WEDNESDAY
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813 East 185th St.
25000 Euclid Ave.
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