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else, I decided that I would
be better off cooking on a hot
plate in our room. This limited
my use of the kitchen to the
times when I had to use the
oven (which had no heat con
trol).
Cleaning one small room
would not seem to be much of
a chore, however, I soon found
that two people in one room
create the necessity for daily
dusting and almost daily sweep
ing.
An oiled dust rag from the
States solved the first problem.
Sweeping was not so easy,
since the broom they furnished
consisted of a bunch of straws
tied together at the top with no
handle.
Thus, a thorough sweeping of
the room was enough to give
me a slight backache for the
rest of the day.
The thing that amazed me
was the fact some of the clean
ing ladies in the building spent
long hours every day sweeping
the halls with such brooms.
Wash By The Numbers
There are two laundry areas
in the university building. The
first day I used one, the woman
in charge explained the ritual
to me as follows:
1. Rinse out your clothes
and scrub them by hand at large
tubs with washboards 2. Put
them in a little electric wash-
St Philomena’s Cub Scout
Pack 368 had its last out
side Pack meeting for 1962 at
Forest Hills Park recently.
The pack was sorry to have
John O’Donnell and Rickey Par
rino transfer, but wish them
both lots of “Good Scouting”
with their new pack.
Mrs. Reilly gave a demon
stration on First Aid, and
Mouth to Mouth Respiration.
She will follow it up with film
in October or November at an
inside meeting.
The sunflower contest will be
judged by the Committee and
the two winners will be an
nounced at the Sepptember pack
Meeting. All of the boys—win
ners and losers—will feed the
birds all winter.
The pack is proud of these 15
advancements, since they were
Retirees
Nominate
and
Nomination of officers
an election committee will be the
first order of business at the
1 p. m. Thursday, Sept. 13th
meeting of members of the East
Side Retiree Center, 13816 St.
Clair ave.
All members are urged to at
tend this important function
and also to hear the financial
report.
Last date to obtain tickets
for the UAW Retiree free
chicken dinner at Euclid Beach
on Sept. 20rd, will be Friday,
Sept. 14th.
CURRENT
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ing machine in very small loads
and let them splash around for
five or ten minutes 3. Put them
through a hand wringer attached
to the machine 4. Take them
back to the tub and rinse them
5. Damp-dry themm in a huge
and rather formidable green
centrifuge 6. Hang them to dry
on racks which push into an
oven-like arrangement.
I had some very interesting
laundry
experiences in this
room.
Here is an excerpt
letter I wrote to my
"I used some American soap
flakes in the washing machine
and she (the woman in charge)
became quite upset over the
relative lack of suds. I tried
to explain to her that suds
weren’t absolutely necessary and
were considered harmful for
some American machines. I
think she understood my broken
Russian, but remained firmly
convinced that American soap is
inferior.”
from a
parents:
Few Problems Mentioned
These examples give some in
dication of the problems I en
countered in an ordinary day
of housekeeping.
They are only a few of the
many things I could write about.
However, it was always im
portant for me to remember
that many things which seem
great hardships (or even mild
irritants) to me, would not be
viewed the same way by the
average Russian housekeeper.
For them, these were great
improvements over the hardships
of only a few years ago.
Therefore, judging from their
standards instead of my own, I
could see that we were living
in the midst of relative comfort
and convenience.
Don and Carol are now living in Letham, N. Y.
After the first of October, they will move to
Albany, N. Y., when Barry takes a job with New
York State.
SCOUTing Around ..
Cub Pack 368 Holds
Last Outdoor Meet
va-
earned during the summer
cation:
John O’Donnell, gold and
ver arrow on Wolf Badge Den
nis Poje, Wolf Badge, gold ar
row James Byrne, Lion Badge,
gold arrow James Fazekas, Li
on Badge Martin Schoenen,
Bear Badge, gold and silver ar
rows Robert Surgent, Wolf
Badge, gold and silver arrows
and Richard Meyers, Bear
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sil-
Ernie Fazekas, Cubmaster,
will start a Physical Fitness
program for all Cubbers at the
September Pack Meeting and
continue it for the entire year.
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Lighting fixtures in the nar
thex of the Memorial Chapel
and in the narthex of the
church are gifts from Mr. and
Mrs. Severance A. Milikin.
Gift from England
Brass altar vases, which are
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sign by G. and David Gaile of
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ory of Mrs. Austin from her
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Austin Chapel Dedicated
The pastor’s chair, with
needle-point embroidery by the
late Mrs. Austin, is a gift from
Mrs. Allan S. Austin and Mrs.
James R. Stewart.
Early carved oak statuette of
St. Michael of the Angels in the
Chapel Foyer, is a gift from
Travis G. Walsh, in memory of
Mr. Austin.
Two Dedicated Lives
A half-century has passed
since Wilbert J. Austin and his
wife Ida Stewart Austin first
established their residence in
East Cleveland. Since that time
the influence of Mr. and Mrs.
Austin upon The Windermere
Methodist Church has been vir
tually continuous.
First as regular attendants
before transferring their mem
bership from the Broadway
Methodist Church, and subse
quently as dedicated members
of the Windermere congrega
tion, both exerted a broad in
fluence on the spirit and char
acter of the Church, and became
leaders in its affairs and
growth.
Windermere became a "sec
ond home” during their lifetime,
and served as the means
through which their friendly
hospitality was extended to
many visitors and newcomers
in the community.
Their enduring contribution
to the expansion of the church.}
and later to its rebuilding, to
gether with the responsibilities
they undertook through service1
on the Board of Trustees and
on the Music, Pastoral and
other Committees, made Mr.
and Mrs. Austin an influence
which lives on with their mem
ory. I
Walsh is Architect
Architect for the Memorial
Chapel was Travis Gower
Walsh, A.I.A. and Associates.1
Dunlop and Johnston, Inc., was
the genera] contractor.
The narthex windows werej
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lips Stained Glass Studio.
The windows are a gift in
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Donald Gynn Austin, jr., Slew
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The Austin family moved to
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