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What Happened In 60?
(Continued from Page 2)
The plans for a multi-million
iollar 13 story high rise apart
ment was announced to be built
across from Huron Road Hos
pital by Marvin Helf, Inc.
Sue Bieniasz was appointed
executive director of the East
work netted the East
land detective bureau
man who struck and
injured a 75-year-old man.
Members of the detective bu
reau made their arrest after
several days of pounding on
doors and long hours of fol
lowing up various clues dis
covered at the scene of the
For the second straight year,
Ray Snyder, physical director of
the East Cleveland YMCA, was
named director of activities at
the annual Ohio-West Virginia
leadership training school.
Orval P. Plymaly started
work as an assistant building
inspector. He was a 19-year
veteran employee of Cleveland
with 12 years in that city's
Ken Jenks was elected pres
ident of the East Cleveland “Y”
The 8800,000 new Christ
the King Church opened. The
new place of worship is lo
cated at Noble and Terrace
rds., and adjoins the old
structure which is now be
ing used as a social hall. The
former church and school
had been in use since 1930.
Bushwacked in broad day
light, 12-year-old Lance Cowan
lost a most trusty steed to a
pair of real bad hombres. It
was his jet black English rac
ing bicycle and to this date
hasn’t been recovered.
The usually free-wheeling
and free-dealing state liquor de
partment denied a liquor license
to a local night spot after irate
citizens joined with churches
and the YMCA in protesting
The East Cleveland Fire De
partment captured the 1960
Little League championship
On All Instruments
We Loan Instrument*
880 E. 185 Opp. New Post Office
here by defeating Nelson
Jewelers 6 to 5 in a spine
tingling game at Shaw Field.
Built at a cost of $19,500 per
seat believed to be the high
est restaurant construction cost
in the nation Royal Castle’s
first East Cleveland outlet
opened at the southeast cor
ner of Euclid ave., and Taylor
a drop in
It was 5,835
to school early
population as reported by
the United States Bureau of
the Census, this was 20 more
than registered at the open
ing of school last year.
East Cleveland City officials
began a property clean-up drive
and began citing pebple with
A resolution passed by the
board of education this month
lowered the school tax rate. The
action involved was accepting
amounts and taxes as deter
mined by the county budget
commission and authorizing the
necessary tax levies and certi
fying diem to the county
Mrs. Russell H. Reeves, 12719
Speedway Overlook was named
to the Board of Missions of the
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United Presbyterian Church in
the U.S.A.. She became a part
of one of the major adminis
trative units of the 3,210,000
member denomination. Mrs.
Reeves is a member and el
der of the Phillips Avenue Un
ited Presbyterian Church.
The First Nazarene Church
of East Cleveland observed its
40th anniversary year. The
present pastor is the Rev. Wil
liam P. Wilhoyte.
Warwick Gendall an ex
change student from New
Zealand, who never saw a
football game until he came
to this country in the sum
mer, made the Shaw High
varsity squad. Besides, foot
ball, Warwick also admitted
a liking for the “American
In plain talk this meant
drop of one-tenth of a mill.
Two new lovelies joined the
staff of the East Cleveland
YWCA. Thy were Miss Carol
Ann Mutchler, who took over
as Teenage and Young Adult
Program director and Miss Jo
Ann Organ, the new program
director health, physical edu
cation and recreation.
Philip Worcester was appoin
ted to a new post as summer
The “Bulletin” of Huron Road
Hospital won first place, the
MacEacheron Award in a nat
ional competition sponsored by
the publication “Hospital Man
Mrs. Noreen O’Malley, ow
ner-m a n a e of the East
Cleveland Employment Ser
vice, 13308 Euclid ave., be
came a certified Employment
Consultant., by. successfully
passing required tests given
by the State Certification
Board of the Ohio Private
Employment Service Associa
The Shaw High Football team
caused raised eyebrows among
the experts as a result of its
winning ways. Not given too
much concern at the beginning
of the season, the Redbirds
made it be known that they
were a strong threat to replace
Parma as the Lake Erie
A -goal of $16,326 was set for
residents of East Cleveland by|
the United Appeal. The 10-day|
drive headed locally by Dr.
Nichols. But alas, East Cleve-|
land fell short of its residential
Roomer license fees in East I
Cleveland were increased from!
three to five dollars to go into
effect the first of the year. I
Some Huron Road Hospital!
employees went out on strike!
and only a court injunction I
The best location in the na
tion seemed to have moved outl
to East Cleveland because al Hazel Nancy Cogar and Dom
building boom hit this city.lenic Michael Mazza were mar
With a 3%-million-dollar highlried Dec. 17th at Our Lady of
rise apartment included, total! Mount Carmel Church,
construction for the first nine! The bride, daughter of Mr.
months of the year reached!and Mrs. O.C. Cogar, 1322 Hay
close to five million dollars. I
Among those finding Eastlbrougb^ hospital back to
Cleveland to their liking were I normal operations after
executives of the Hickok Elec-Iday8 Plcketing.*
trical Instrument Co., whol ....
opened up a half million dollar! °chool officials and
plant here at* 1848 East 133rd |fr?uP8 began 8 concentrated
[drive to promote the passage
e e e I of a 7.7 mill renewal levy that
Also opening up this month Passed would run for seven
was the 32-alley Shaw bowl- |year®« e
ing lanes which gave the
city one of the moat elabo- 888™’a ed,tX
rate and complete bowling I LEADER, Gene Hersh
establishments ever built. gamed local acclaim, when
I he predicted the outcome of
The Caledonia Neighborhood I tbe Bhaw-Parma game per
Girl Scouts and Brownies I In column a week
adopted a brown-haired brown-1 Prev,°us. to th® contest
eyed beauty from Greece named I “ersh P’che® Shaw to upset
Alexandra Viviadaki. The Girl I parma and end a 23-game
Scouts and Brownies are now I ynnmg streak by one touch
sending funds to their adopted! d?wn’ f,nal ®cor® w58
sister. I Shaw 8’ Parma At the
A e a I same time, the editor gained
I some scorn for not going on
OCTOBER I to predict other games.
Miss Barbara Fiorelli of Eu-I ~Said .Edit.or Hersh: “Dis
clid became the first member cr®t,on 18 the better part of
of Alfred Luxenburg’s Classi- va«or we shal! quit while we
cal Music appreciation club. I are atteaa* e e
Luxenburg operates the “House I .. ...
of Luxenburg” motel and has aL,™ off3®"8 of fclJe K\wams
room set aside for meetings of u* .1/or 196L e e«ed, ^1S
the classical music fans. montJh „?ob"Ttr 1,K1err
(president William H. Halliday,
Frank Bajzel, a seven-year Pice Resident Nelson Leist,
veteran of the East Cleveland treasurer and Everett M. Pres
Police Department, was ap- ron» secretary.
pointed to the detective
bureau as a result of the re- I ,^enT Osborne, 1868 Charles
tirement of William Baker. Kd a hardworking Junior Red
[Cross member whose interest
City Manager Charles A.I’" welf?Tre ,work be?an at Kirk
Carran, did the traditional firstlJunior,H1^ 8ev®ral years ago,
spadeful of digging at ground-l^as ®‘ectfd President of the
breaking ceremonies for thel reights Area Council of the
ultra-modern high rise apart-lJunior Red Cross
ment project across the street I
from Huron Road Hospital. I -The East Cleveland Frater-
I nal Order of Police Lodge No.
School Supt. Harold Nichols! 39 in cooperation with The
asked the school board to con-1 LEADER established an elab
sider purchasing modern edu-l orate trophy to be
cational equipment to meet the! Shaw High’s most
space age demand. The board I football player,
officials asked Dr. Nichols tol
make a study and see just what I Auxiliary Bishop
was needed. iBegin blessed the new Christ
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Ithe King Catholic Church at
Determined citizens quelled [dedication ceremonies.
all hopes of a group who I
wanted to open a liquor spot I NOVEMBER
at 14673 Euclid aveM when I Members of the East Cleve-i
they went downtown en Hand Business Association werej
masse to voice their objec- lout in full force at a special!
tions to the State Board of I (Continued on Page 6)
Liquor Control. The Board by
a two-two vote upheld a
ruling by its Liquor Director
in denying a permit to Al
669 E. 185th
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Miller, CLEVELAND'S "MR. HER
den ave. was given in marriage
by an uncle, Mr. Russ Walters.
She chose for her wedding a
gown of white satin and Chan
tilly lace designed with a long
train, and scoop neckline acient
ed with sequins. Her lace edged
veil was held by a crown of
sequins and she carried a bou
quet of white roses centered
with a white orchid.
Mrs. Ann Farmer, the matron
of honor, wore a raspberry
satin dress under silk organza.
The bridesmaids, Mary Cencula
and Carol Ann Mazza, sister of
the bridegroom, wore blue sa
tin under silk organza. All car
ried white carnations.
The bridegroom, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Mazza, 1941
Rockefeller rd., Wickliffe, had
Bruno Bonadio as best man.
Ushers were Bill Fortino and
Michael Mazza, jr., brother of
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