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Rooms Weddings Parties This we found out as we gleefully approached Law s Director Stanley G. Webster and tried to teach him the same lesson that a woman taught Akron officials. Our Food and Service, Being the Best. Are Famous i Recently, we read that this gal, a naturalized citizen, had refused to pay parking tickets received on Saturday after noons in Akron because she said it violated the Ohio Code. Sure enough. Akron legal authorities found out the state code lists Saturdays from noon until midnight (Sec tion 5.30) as legal holidays. Therefore, that city’s parking meter regulations could not be enforced during that period. I This got the woman off the hook and apparently will force Akron to speedily amend its local parking ordinance. Perhaps the city will rerise its laws similar to what the East Cleveland traffic code says. In section 23-4 of the local traffic rules the legal holidays on which you need not worry about Ptl. Eddie Voll and company are strictly spelled out. And the list of holidays of freedom from parking meter troubles does not include Saturdays. However, after 6 p. m. the parking meter rules except at the municipal parking lots are not in effect on any date. At ar.y rate, there was much satisfaction in finding out the legal experts in our comparatively small town appear more expert in their business than those in such cities as Akron, Ohio. SWITCH. Occasionally we are pleased to print the praise of Police Chief S. Weaver on. the fin-' work of his officers. Now. the chief asks us to pass on his thanks to the citizen who observed the breaking in of the State liquor warehouse on Lockwood ave., and immediately called the gendarmes. “Because of the cooperation of this person, the two -men involved were quickly apprehended,” reported the chief. NOW, IF WE MAY. it’s time to blow our own horn and say thanks to Lewis E. Zender, an old gin rummy buddy of ours and district director of public relations for the United States Steel Corp. He sent The Leader a certi ficate of merit for its effort in making the 1961 United Appeal drive a success. Signed by W. K. Bailey, president of the United Appeal of Greater Cleveland, the recognition is truly appreciated. BROTHER ACT. Grant T. Apthorp. city finance director. was recently elected to the YMCA's Metropolitan Board of Trustees. Of course it is well known that the Anthorp name and YMCA are synonymous and that G. T. has been a member of the East Cleveland Boar dof Managers since 1931. Then there is his brother, Sterling T. who has been a member of the Metropolitan Board since 1953. G. T.’s appointment marks the first time in the memory of veteran Y simultaneously Before You Decide Where To Hove /tuen 5 Spacious Banquet 15357 see East Cleveland Savings u uourA, BY GENE HERSH LEGAL BEAT. Akron, Ohio is a city of over 500,000 population and yet it seems the legal experts of East Cleveland are sharper than those in the rubber city. trustees that two brothers have served on the Y Board. as we enjoy the holiday festivities to morrow, let’s he thankful, that due to the strength of this nation and its leaders, we will be eating turkey— instead of crow! Your Wedding Reception See and Eofb te for friendly, accommodating service on— Loans to buy or build Homes Home Loan Refinancing Enjoy fast, courteous assistance on home financing from your local neighborhood savings and loan. Moderate down pay ments, direct monthly reduction loans with monthly payments that will fit your budget. Stop in this week. i Also: Insured Savings Accounts I 4% Current Rate ’jWSgjfisSiS 'wen Anniversaries Birthdays Business Meetings Pleosont Atmosphere Wadding Retarva- Euclid Ave. GL. 1-2364 Mom Should Ba Well In Advance for all kinds of HOME LOANS wow £ast Cleveland Savina and Loan Company 1355 Hayden Ave. (Near Shaw) 9 Deaths Dr. Edward Franklin Romig Dr. Romig, a physician and surgeon in East Cleveland for 56 years, died late Tuesday eve ning, Nov. 7th, at St. Luke’s Hospital. He opened his East Cleveland office in 1904 and practiced continuously until his retire ment last January. In many cases he had doctored three gen erations of East Cleveland fam ilies. He is survived by his wife, the former Margaret Marian Edwards, two daughters, Mary Ann Mcaskey, Sara Jane Sta dalsky, a son, William F. of Mentor, and nine grandchildren. The family home is at 17117 Shaker blvd. Funeral services were held Nov. 19th at Fairmount Presby terian Church. Floyd A. Latimer Funeral services were con ducted Monday afternoon for Floyd A. Latimer, 15201 Elder wood ave. He was the husband of the late Anna, the father of Ray H. and grandfather. Caroline E. Neppel Funeral services were con ducted Friday for Caroline E. Neppel. 1745 Hartshorn rd. She was the mother of Mrs. Jessie McCann of Boston, Mass., Mrs. Theodore Adams and Philip Neppel and grandmother of six. Glidden W. Hutchcroft Funeral services were con ducted Monday afternoon for Glidden W. Hutchcroft, 1814 Standwood rd. He was the hus band of Mina (nee Christy) and the brother of Ruth Kel logg, David and Harry Hutch croft. Carolyn L. Gearhart Funeral services were con ducted Monday for Carolyn L. Gearhart, 1884 Wymore ave. She was the daughter of Alpha P. and the late Carrie L., and the sister of Edwin R. of Pep per Pike, Warren N. and Don ald A., both of Los Angeles. Burial was in Columbiana, O. Howard C. Roberts For mure than 40 years iden tified with the wooden con tainer industry here, Howard C. Roberts died last Friday at St. Luke’s Hospital. In the World War I period he organized the A. & A. Mfg. Co., manufacturers containers. He dent and active years. of wood its presi for many was head was born in ago. His Mr. Roberts Cleveland 79 years wife, the former May Calhoun, survives him. The family home is st 1846 Burnette ave. Funeral services were con ducted Monday. Herbert A. Shelton Funeral services were con ducted Saturday from Christ the King Church for Herbert A. Shelton, 1835 Noble rd. He was the husband of Marjorie (nee Dougherty), the son of Thomas and the late Martha Shelton, and the brother of Howard Shelton and Venell Everson. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. Margaret M. Walsh Funeral services will be con ducted in Charleroi, Pa. for' Margaret M. Walsh, (nee Dan es!) 1101 Carlyon rd. She was the wife of Frank the sister of Mary Tripp, Laura Schogry, Denny and Joseph Danesi of Charleroi, Pa. and Clara Ma lena of Erie, Pa. Margaret J. Keown Funeral services were con ducted Saturday from St. Phil omena Church for Margaret J. Keown (nee Henry), former ly of Garden rd. She was the wife of the late Robert C. Bu rial was in Calvary Cemetery. Annitta Klippie Funeral services were con ducted Wednesday from the Windermere Methodist Church for Annitta Klippie, who died Nov. 19th in Lakeside Hospital/ Miss Klippie who joined the East Cleveland School System in February 1919, served as head of the home economics department at High since 1940. I I ft 5816 Mayfield Rd. (East of Brainard) versity, Oxford, O., where she received a bachelor of science degree. She joined the faculty of Shaw High School in 1918. While at Shaw she attended Columbia University during the summers and obtained a master’s degree in home eco nomics. Directed Cafeteria Miss Klippie had been a home economics teacher at Shaw and was also in charge of thel school’s cafeteria. She also di rected the cafeteria at Kirkl after being transferred there ini 1940 as head of the home eco-l nomics department. I mme by Eleanor Molnar I How does your hair measure up to the four c»? Condition. Cut, Oily hahCwiiri? improve” with la proper shampoo ... Dandruff is DryahSrc”n‘bZViv?rrb^si Rinses, lighteners or more We wish to extend a very happy Thanksgiving Day to all of our many friends. eanor 5 o 0 IM 4 DANCE BANDS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd DANCE MUSIC BY FRANK SAMSON and the Waiters SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25th DANCE MUSIC BY Johnny Semenak WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd DANCE MUSIC BY WELL KNOWN Quieter, stronger, built RL. to lot longer. Made ex- 'It0"!0” __ Ml Children s Theater actiy for your car. Precision adjust brakes and add brake fluid if necessary. Scientifically align front end. Precision balance both front wheels. ALL THIS WORK FOR ONLY 095 ANY AMERICAN MADE CAR 141 I Kirk Junior was byrn in and was a Indiana State Miss Klippie Brookville, Ind., 1915 graduate of Teachers College, Terre Haute. She then attended Miami Uni- PAYDAY TERMS ELLIS & LESSER EUCLID-GREEN INC. Milan Racanovic SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT NIGHT! EASY CLEVELAND LEADER She was a member of Wind dermere Methodist Church andl was affiliated with the East] Cleveland and Ohio Statel Teachers Association. Herl home was at 1854 Beersfordl Place, East Cleveland. I PROGRAM CHAIRMAN, Mrs. Irving Shreak, left, accepts Surviving ner are two sis-l some Greek goodies from Mrs. George Space, at a ters. Misses May and Amelial rehearsal for the Holiday Custom party planned at Pros Klipple of Brookville, and al Tuesday. Mrs. Spoce is attired in a brother, Graydon E. of Fortl 7 4 7 Colling, Colo. Greek c0 ”ume- PT A News with massage and pre-shampoo [represent Italy, Greece, Ger treatments. Cut: Expert [many, Scotland, England and hair-dressers adopt waving Ijsrae^ Each member of the skills to the hair in hand. Color. Ipane] wj]i decorate a table with The Caledonia iVanh** 62I4- 18325 Euclid Av* Oper Doth 9 A 6 Euclid-Green Shopping Center EVERY TUESDAY I FESTamm BAND & FLOOR SHOW! The Green Darby toko Shore Blvd, at E. 142nd KE. 1-3191 \Holiday Custom Party lP^anned at Prospect IS .. lasting colorings have become food? a,nd symbolic items of her a regular part of beauty care [particular holiday. and give hair a more vibrant she will then give a short look if properly administered so on tfte true meaning, cus a trip to Eleanor's Beauty Salon |tomg an(J back^rounds uf her will certainly give you a new I. ... ... ... look [holiday. The similarities and, [differences between the tradi- z Prospect School PTA is planning a very special f‘Holiday Customs Party”, Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in [Room 8 of the school. The party will take the form of United Nations holiday forum with PTA members Lf different nationalities explaining their particular (holiday traditions. The members of the panel will Itional American Christmas and |the Jewish Chanuckah, Greek, [Swedish, English and Italian [Christmas ‘will be shown [through the displays, foods and [talks. Phone Po. 1-1960 Ofl Climax of the unique pro [gram will be the enjoyment of |the smorgasbord luncheonette located at 13808 St. Clair [which will comprise everything Copr 196) United Features Syndicate' ■'Firestone, mufflers •27Q88 |from the English fruit Cake to 1 Greek Baklava. The panel will include: Mrs. Eldon Raybon, Germany Mrs. George Space, Greece: Leonard George Galambush, Mrs. David Botnick, Israel, and Mrs. Irving Schreck, England. Mrs. Schreck is program chair man for the program. ptA will spon sor a children’s theatre matinee at the Center-Mayfield Theatre Flotill Course Registration Registrations are still being accepted for the advanced course in piloting and course plotting being sponsored by the U. S. Coast Guard Aux iliary, Flotilla 7-13. Classes are being held each Wednesday from 7 to 9 p, m. at Collinwood High School, East 152nd st. and St. Clair ave. I THERE IS TIME TO the day after Thanksgiving, Friday, Nov. 24th at 2 p.m.^ “Tom Thumb” in tcchnicolorj will be the feature film with! several cartoons as an added attraction. Everyone is cor dially invited to attend. Tickets may be purchased at the door for 50 cents or from Mrs. Richard H. Byers, 2016 Bruns wick rd., chairman of the Ways and Means committee. Mrs. Visei, Italy Mrs. Sweden All parents and friends of Prospect School are cordially invited to attend this informa tive and enjoyable afternoon. BURTON W. CARLSON GL 1-2220 15933 Euclid Av*. MAX SCHWEBEL PO I 8811 12722 St Clair Av* NATIONWIDE NATIONWIDE NATIONWIDE e NATIONWIDE STILL ENJOY 1 Time To Expect You. Phone Necessary But Reservations Are Not We Would Appreciate Knowing What RE 2-9900 Yule Party is Dec. 21st Senior citizens (62 years and over) are reminded to bring their Christmas gift-making ideas to the Retiree Center, 13816 St. Clair ave. Plans are now underway for the Christmas Party, Dec. 21st. Movies will be presented Thursday, Nov. 30th at 1 p. m. Titles of the free films are “Re tirement Years,” “Place to Live” and “Golden Age.” There will be a voluntary contribution of 10 cents for coffee and doughnuts. 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