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This will be no problem for
Gabe. since his many years in
the business, as well as his
good sense and instinctive di
plomacy. have equipped him
with a full set of “right ans
wers” which he can draw
almost automatically.
Question of the Year
Unlike old soldiers, old
mors don't just fade away.
Paul’s refusal-to deny or con
firm the yarn didn’t make its
premise disappear. Not only
Dykes, but Paul himself and
his superiors, as well as play
ers. columnists and reporters
inevitably are involved in
Cleveland baseball's Question
of the Year: Will Dykes
back next season?
Mi
s
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SPORTS
Axe Hangs Heavy
Over Dykes’ Head
Gabe Paul likes to walk into the press room after
the games and talk baseball with his countless friends
among the nation’s newspapermen and broadcasters.
Articulate and amiable, he’s always welcome.*
But for the rest of the present season—or at least
until Jimmie Dykes’ future is settled—he’ll have to
guard against any comment
which the most imaginative
reporter might see as a straw
in the wind.
that point. Dykes has a most
helpful witness in Jim Piersall,
who is enjoying the best year
of his career—and staying in
games instead of being ordered
from them by umpires.
I have no doubt that others
among the more successful
Tribesmen—Bubba Phillips and
Jim Grant, for example, owe
Dykes’ confidence-building di
rection some credit for then
improvement.
on
to
But he won't be able
avoid the knowledge he’s being
watched with special curiosity,
listened to with special inter
est. since la«t week’s wire
service report that Dykes soon
would be replaced by Mel
Gaha.
Security Challenged
But the point is that all the
players know Dykes’ security
has been challenged, if only by
rumor, and that knowledge
scarcely can help sending some
of them about their work
extra determination.
Mc-
ru-
be
be
de-
Paul rightly said—long
fore the present situation
veloped that a
most important contribution is
his handling of his men. On
manager’s
At all levels, a situation like
this one can separate the maj
or leaguers from the bushers.
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CLOSED FOR RESURFACING
Aug. 7th through Aug. 16th Ind
NOW ORGANIZING
THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Women's Handicap League
THURSDAY NIGHT
Men's
FRIDAY
Handicap League
Men's
Scratch League—Mixed Couple League
SUNDAY
Mixed
All above leagues will have added prize
money donated by
Couple League
AMBAS5AB0B LAAE5
22661 Euclid Ave. near
E. 222nd St.
6-3200
Call IV.
Information
For Advertising Call GLenville 1-43B3
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Join our football party at the Cleve­
land Stadium to see the greatest
show in Football, the Cleveland
Browns at all their home games
starting September 24th.
Every buyer of a new Rambler
during our August and September
sales campaign will receive a real
money saving deal and in addi­
tion, will be Our Guest at every
home game of the Cleveland
Browns.
This is just another way in which
we are trying to say Thanks for
your business.
FLOYD STAMPS
481 East
IV. 1-4900
floyd STAMPS
RAMBLER
185th at Lake Shore Blvd
Open Till 9 P.M. Mon. & Fri,
RAMBLER FLOYD STAMPS RAMBLER
Mi Ml O Mt HU W Ute
iisSiia®
The chain has sold more than
500 million hamburgers in five
years and follows the policy of
serving a meal quickly in spot
less surroundings at pre-infla
tion prices.
The new McDonald’s drive-in
is smartly designed with rain
bow-shaped arches, lighted by
neon, that identify the drive
ins from coast to coast.
The brightly lighted food
preparation area is walled by
900 square feet of quarter-inch
plate glass, enabling the cus
tomer who places his order at
a service window to see for
himself that prepartion of his
food is quick and clean.
Cooking Open to View
Open to view is every cook
ing operation, done in stainless
steel utensils. The service area
includes space for preparation
of hamburgers at the rate of
6,000 a day.
Only three food items are
served at McDonald's. These
are hamburgers, cheeseburgers
and French fries. Drinks are
triple thick milkshakes, coca
V.A. Mothers
Planning Party
Mrs. Martin Kearns, presi
dent of the Villa Angela Mo
thers’ Guild has called a com
mittee of all senior mothers to
formulate plans for a Fall
Card Party to be held at the
school.
The group will gather at the
home of chairman, Mrs. Ed
ward Dowling, 150 East 200th
st., on Thursday, Aug. 3rd, at
8 p. m. (tonight). Mrs. James
Shiffer, of 10 East 265th st., is
co-chairman.
Proceeds from the card par
ty will benefit the school.
ROCKER PANELS giving
out on your car? That salty
winter snow will do it every
time! Why not have new ones
installed and get a professional
paint job at the same time?
Check our Handy Business Di
rectory for the finest work in
town.
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McDonald To Open 5th
Restaurant Here Tuesday
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The fifth McDonald’s drive
in restaurant in the Cleveland
area at East 169th and Lake
Shore blvd., is scheduled to
open Tuesday, August 8th,
Clarence Preiss and Murray
Pulliam, operators of the new
restaurant, announced today.
Featured by the new McDon
ald’s drive-in, one of a national
chain of 240 restaurants in 32
states, will be 15-cent hambur
gers—“the most popular single
food order of the American
eating public,’’ according to
Preiss.
McDonald’s operates on a
streamlined technique, that de
livers a meal of hamburger,
French fries and milkshake in
50 seconds. The check for this
meal is 45 cents, as it was 10
years ago, and quality and
quantity are the same.
500 Million Hamburgers
with
their
most
They’ll have to watch
comments. Last month’s
innocuous gripe about spend
ing the summer on the bench
might be interpreted as this
month’s open rebellion. I ga
ther we have some fluent con
versationalists among the In
dians and both they and club
house reporters assigned to set
down their observations for
posterity should employ their
sense of responsibility to its
fullest. The same applies to
columnists.
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cola, root beer, orangeade,
milk, coffee and hot chocolate.
Orders are taken at a win
dow in the plate glass wall of
the drive-in directly from the
customer, who carries his sand
wiches to his car or home. This
self-service does away with
two nuisances—tipping and
waiting.
No carhops are employed
no person may enter the
area except the operator
employes.
and
food
and
Part of Community
“Our idea is to be part of
the community whether we’re
in Florida, Ohio or Iowa,”
states Conley. “Of course, we
have many transients, particu
larly those who know the food
and service at a McDonald’s in
Colorado will be the same he
had in Ohio, but our backbone
is community trade.
Every McDonald's unit ca
ters to the family. Local or-
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Kodachrome
Color Film
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DEVELOPING
INCLUDED
Fresh Kodachrome film
Top Quality Developing
2.89
8MM
Reg.
4.70
ROLL
35
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PAINESVILLE SPEEDWAY
Reg.
3.90
35 ^..P 2
Reg
5.90
3-95
Special Purchase!
NOS. 2 and 5
FLASH BULBS
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VVV
$1.80 doz.
OPEN TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
NIGHTS TILl 8:30 P.M.
DEMSHAR'S
RECORDS HI-FI
PHOTOGRAPHY
22034 Lake Shore Blvd.
REdwood 1-4770
BIG
NEWS!
BIG
RACES!
Two Nights
Friday and Sunday Evenings
Heats Dashes Pursuits Features
Hardtops Convertibles
Beginning Sunday Evening Play
FREE
TOTAL" SOQfi00
fun. It's Free, exciting, MVw
It's fun.
no obligation. A centeet of
•kill and racing knowledge.
TT 7:15
FREE
FREE
Route 535 off Route 20—East of Painesville
Races 8:15
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
ganizations order from us for
picnics and rallies, families
stop by on their way home
from the movies. A school may
order a couple of hundred
hamburgers for a class party,
the family may pick up a bag
of two or six.”
Every cleaning measure,
down to the last swipe of the
mop. is outlined and insisted
on by the McDonald’s System
for each individual operator.
There are no dirt-catching
signs or hanging advertise
ments within or outside the
drive-in.
FENCE
Si flfi Per Ft
SPECIAL Erected
End and Ccrnei Posts Extra
4
ft. High Galvanised Fencing
MINIMUM ORDER $85
Brown Fence
845 SOM CENTER RD.
HI. 2-8171
AND
at the Charterhouse Hotel in Euclid
plan a carefree
family week-end
clncn ViftYYl A
ciuau uuiuv an extra family vacation thia
summer ... only a short drive from your home, you can enjoy the
“country club” atmosphere of the Charterhouse Hotel.
Relax with the youngsters in the outdoor pool. Enjoy the
breezes which cool our Cabana Club.
Treat them to the finest of food in any of our exciting dining
spots. (No dishes to wash, either!). And, at night there’s dancing
under the stars (right at the Hotel near the children) for you
and the Mrs.
There’s NO ROOM CHARGE for the under-14-year-olds in
your room on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and naturally,
there’s no charge for swimming.
CHARTERHOUSE “OTO"Mgr.
Thurs., Fri., Sat.. Aug. 3-4-5
Merchandise Reduced Up to 70%
HARD-TO-FIND ARTICLES
Vinyl Asbestos Tile Remnants
"r.- 6c... 8c
6x6 Remnants
INLAID UNOLEUM
Reg. 1.60 sq. yd.—12 ft
VINYL LINOLEUM ....
THIS coupon GOOD FOR
20% DISCOUNT
On Any One Item Inside
Of Our Store
GOOD ONLY AUG. 3-4-5, 1961
K & Home Improvement Co
AND
Real Hardware Co.
727 East 185th St. IV. 1-3300
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Idle
Thoughts!
By
Ruth Klimowski
By Ruth Klimowski
The “traffic-light-strip,1
tween Knowles and Stanwood
with the latest addition of
another in front of the new
store, how many js that in elev
en blocks nine? Euclid ave.
in East Cleveland is getting
that Big City Look.
A mused by the East Cleveland
Police Department’s “pass
through” window. Instead of
walking around through the
front door, officers with busi
ness for the desk min in charge
conduct it from the narrow side
walk outside the open window.
We may have the only ‘‘drive
in” police department in the
county!
Wonder what all the ham
mering and nailing was over
at the Main Library yester
day? Still impressed with the
beautiful new furniture in the
Children's Room. They’re cer
tainly keeping up with the
current books, too only
I wonder how great the de
mand has really been for
“Funeral Customs of the
World”?
Community Council Board
members at last week’s meet
ing, talked over plans for mak
ing the organization one of more
service to the community. From
September to May, the third
Thursday of every month has
SHIBLEY S SAHARA LOUNGE
AIR CONDITIONED
Route 6 (Chardon Rd., West ot SOM Center) Route 91
FINE FOOD. DRINKS end SERVICE-Alway» In Th* Sohoro Room
WEEKEND
BIG DANCE
FRIDAY AUGUST 4th
KENNY BASS
SATURDAY, AUGUST 5d
JOHNNY PECON
LOU TRABAR AND HIS TV
ORCHESTRA
HIS ORCHESTRA
For Information Coll WH 4-3320 after 2 P.M.
DANCING EVERY
SAT. NIGHT
9:00 TO 12:00
Here’s the way you can have
MOT,U
I. I. FttqeraM, Gen.
24800 EUCLID AYL PHONE AMmrs 1 0300
SIDEWALK SALE!
been the regular meeting day.
Every citizen is welcome to at
tend the meetings, which are
open to the public at all times.
You don’t have to pay dues (un
less you want to vote)—just
come to the Cardinal’s Net in
Shaw High School at 7:45 p. m.
on the right day.
Attractive 50th Anniversary
sign on the City Hall—hope
you have noticed it. Aren’t
you getting interested in the
Celebration? It’s been so
talked about. I’m anxious to
see the results.
be.
Wherever you are in East
Cleveland these days, the
new high rise apartment
across from the hospital tow
ers above the tree line. Have
you seen it from the Rapid
stop at Superior? One more
like that, and our skyline view
will be on a par with down
town Cleveland!
Do you realize that Summer li
nearly gone? Summer school.
Day Camp are both over the
second Learn-to-Swim session at
Korb Center is underway, and
there’s only one holiday week
end left! Labor Day!
The new swimming pool at
the “Y” on Lee rd. is certainly
going up fast. It’s a case of
another one of the buildings
that are appearing almost
overnight in Our Town.
Flower gardens are beautiful
all over town. Especially the
ones with petunias, with their
vivid colors and heady fragrance.
I always make it a point to get
up at least once during the sum
mer just to watch the sunrise.
Sitting on the back steps in the
calm, coolness of dawn, with the
sounds of the awakening birds,
it is easy to forget the Berlin
crisis and the problems of every
day living. That faint pink glow
at the edge of the brightening
sky is encouraging day after I
day, you can depend on it. Sun
rise tomorrow morning will be
at 6:25 a. m. ... if you’d care
to try this recipe for starting the
day off right.
A pleasant change this sum
mer is the surprising absence
of the “front-porch salesman.’*
Maybe it’s only a sign of the
times, but this is one thing I
can do without. Or haven’t you
ever been called up from the
basement or yard to say “no”
to a set of encyclopedias,
“feather” pictures, or a va
riety of knives for a mere
80 dollars? Good riddance!
Has everybody gone away for
the summer? There are certain
faces I haven’t seen for months,
although the East Cleveland
Picnic helped re-establish pleas
antries with a lot of folks. Won
der who will have taken
Greatest-Distance Vacation
the end of summer?
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S£2£2£SIM£ COUPON VALUE 2£3£l£2£2£jlG:
$3.00 to $4.00
li-
Miss Jean Axline, chief
brarian of the Nottingham
Branch of the Cleveland Pub
lic Library, died last Friday in
Lutheran Hospital after a
short illness.
Associated with the library
system for 17 years, Miss Ax
line joined the Nottingham
Branch
to that
brarian
Branch.
two years ago. Prior
she had been chief li
st the Arlington ave.
was a graduate of
She
Cleveland Heights High and
Ohio Wesleyan University.
Miss Axline was also active in
the alumnae association of her
sorority, Kappa Delta.
LITTLE ADS with BIG RE
SULTS! That’s what folks say
about our Classifieds. Why not
call GL 1-4383 to place your
ad and join the thousands who
say, “They’re the greatest!”
OPEN
DAILY
USE EITHER
ENTRANCE
Value for QU
Children's
and Misses' AQm
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STORES
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THE SALVATION ARMY 1082 Emt
For Advertising Call GLenville 1*4383
the magic charm for
beauty starts with
a dashing coiffure!
Co
the
by
be
Local churches seem to
having a rash of new ministers
and pastors. There’ll be lots
of new faces to meet when
the September rush of activity
starts to gather speed. Things
are already starting to stir,
you know.
Old Volk’s Home
Funny sight on Euclid ave.: A
’olkswagon, apparently out of
gas, (no gauge you are sup
posed to keep accurate figures
in a little book) .. being pushed
by another friendly little Volks
wagen.
Jean Axline,
Librarian, Dies
Thursday
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY
WOAKS BEAUTY SALON
RUBY WOAK, Proprietor
EUCLID AVENUE AT BISHOP ROAD
WICKLIFFE
"DARK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS"
"UNFORGIVEN"
Friday-Saturday August 4th-5th
ALL COLOR SHOW
ROBERT PRESTON DOROTHY McGUIRE
"Dark at the Top of the Stairs"
BUBT LANCASTER AUDREY HEPBURN
"UNFORGIVEN"
Sunday-Monday-Tueeday August 6th-7th-Mi
DEBORAH WALLY JAMES DARREN
"GIDGET GOES HAWAIIAN"
The True Horror of Hitler
MEIN KAMPF*
Starting Wednesday August Bth
JANET LEIGH ANTHONY PERKINS
"PSYCHO"
ORSON WELLS IVO PAYER
Thursday, August 9, I9t!
GUTH S Family Shoe Store
14673 Euclid at Lee Blvd. Phone 451-3064
Final Mid-Summer Clearance!
WOMEN'S GIRLS' MEN'S SUMMER
FLATS CASUALS
n
ee
A PICTURE OF BEAUTY
Flattery goes to
your head when our
experienced stylists
create a new,
refreshingly
imaginative hair
style especially for
you. We believe
DAVID AND GOLIATH"
Wednesday Only ON OUR STAGE!
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT! Two hours of fun and frolic before the
movies, from 7 to 9 P.M. See a swinging, swaying, 3-act
VARIETY SHOW
Plus dancing under the stars to
$3.85
Boy's & Youth 4 7ft
TENNIS laf9
Basketball Shoes ... 2.29
A Great Many Other Items Reduced
Come In and See tor YourseU
There's one
in your
neighbor*
heed..
5005 Euclid
7405 Wade Park
12417 Superior
10634 St. Clair
792 East 152nd
7020 Cedar
13820 Kinsman
4025 East 71st
105th
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■. Hayden & St. Clair Free Parking UL. 1-1351
EUCLID AVENUE
OUTDOOR THEATRE
August 3rd
a
Come early! Box office opens at 6:30 P.M.
No Increase in prices.
BRAKE ADJUSTMENT 95
ON ELECTRIC BRAKE TESTER ALL CARS
BRAKES RELINED DRUMS MACHINED
BRAKE SHOES EXCHANGED
Other Services
POWER BRAKES-POWER STEERING
WHEEL ALIGNING & BALANCING
SHOCKS-SPRINGS-CLUTCHES INSTALLED e
e BALL JOINTS REPLACED e
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