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ACCDUNTSrOM INSURED TO $1fl,DD0R #O OPEN DAILY USE EITHER entrance is id* PARENTS... for on/y $10’°° TOD CAN START YOUR CHILD ON A MUSICAL CAREER BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL Tay.fynFT PLAN OUR $10 6-WEEK COURSE INCLUDES: e USE OF INSTRUMENT PRIVATE INSTRUCTION e I’/b HOURS OF BAND TRAINING MUSIC e PROGRESS REPORT After 6-week course your child can continue his music study for only $2.00 per private lesson with free use of instrument. 10 EAST CLEVELAND-13515 EUCLID AT SUPERIOR .‘S w.1 W I BkiT -I’IQ' i 1 A AA tvr X-i ............ IN TOWN OmCE-6712 SUPERIOR AT E. SCIENTIFIC Church News Youths Depart For Retreat Tomorrow (Friday) at 7:30 p. m., the Methodist Youth Fel lowship of Windermere Meth odist Church will depart from, the church at Holyoke and Eu clid aves. for Camp Klein to AefSii their annual autumn planning retreat. A lively time is anticipated while the group of High School aged folks plan their activities for the coming year. Returning on Sunday, the MYF will have enjoyed a week end of fun, fellowship, and the theme of this year’s outing: “The Methodist Youth Fellow ship and the Discipline of the Methodist Church.” If interested in joining the group in its venture, contact Mr. and Mrs. Jammes Cox, adult counselors, at 884 Nelaview rd., 781-3200. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT ELECT PELTZ CONGBESSMEN 22nd DISTRICT Bo PELTZ JACK KRAVITZ. 24920 $ittin9bom tone B»echwoed, Ohio Sec. EVERY SATURDAY SUPERIOR SAVINGS HOME aud REMODELING LOANS BRAKE ADJUSTMENT V3 ON ELECTRIC BRAKE TESTER AU CARS BRAKES RELINED DRUMS MACHINED BRAKE SHOES EXCHANGED Other Service* POWER BRAKES-POWER STEERING WHEEL ALIGNING & BALANCING SHOCKS-SPRINGS-CLUTCHES INSTALLED BALL JOINTS REPLACED FRONT-ENDS REBUILT OHIO'S BEST EQUIPPED BRAKE WHEEL SHOP Evans Brake & Wheel Service U ru— SUVIHO MOTOttASI OHIO 1132 HAYDEN 13628 ST. CLAIR GL. 1-9115 6Bth CAR LOANER AVAILABLE BAST OEVSAND LEADER East Clevelanders who wonder what part health and welfare agencies are playing in their community may be surprised by some recent statistics. According to the Welfare Federation of Cleve land, Our Town used 3,640 Greater Cleveland Red Feather agency services last year. And recent sta tistics from the Greater Cleveland Chapter of the American Red Cross show that over 10,000 East Clevelanders participated in Red Cross programs in 1961. The Welfare Federation stressed that their figure is the number of services provided and not the number of individuals served. In some cases, families are served and counted as one unit. In other cases, one individual may use two or more services. The same is true of Red Cross figures. A breakdown of the Federation’s service sta tistics shows the following services were provided to East Cleveland residents in 1961. In health and rehabilitation, the Visiting Nurse Association treated 145 persons, eight per sons were served by the Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center, the Cleveland Society for the Blind served 21 persons, Goodwill Industries employed eight persons in its sheltered workshop, eight children were under the care of the Cleveland Guidance Center and the United Cerebral Palsy Association served 14 persons. Group Work Group work and recreation included 616 Boy Scout members, 188 members of the Camp Fire Girls, 249 Girl Scout members, 861 YMCA mem bers, 825 YWCA members, nine participants at Karamu House, 26 persons enrolled at the Music School Settlement, and 184 participants at other social settlements. In casework for adults and children, 128 fam ilies were served by a family service agency, 29 youths were served by a youth serving casework agency. Other services included seven unwed mothers who received care in a maternity home, nine chil dren enrolled in a day care center, 20 children served in a children’s home, 14 persons who re ceived technical service at the Nationalities Serv ice Center, 20 persons who applied for work in the Placement Department of the Urban League, 63 persons served by the Vocational Guidance and Rehabilitation Service, 68 new persons who re ceived counsel at the Legal Aid Society, and nine persons assisted by Travelers Aid Society. Red Cross Red Cross statistics showed the following services used by East Clevelanders in 1961: In the Blood Program, 894 pints of blood were donated during seven industrial and community visits staffed by a total of 141 volunteer workers. In Safety Services, five volunteer teachers taught eight First Aid courses in which 252 persons were enrolled. Another 1,248 persons en rolled in 27 Water Safety classes, also a Safety Service, taught by 21 volunteer teachers. Other fields of service include Home Nursing, in which 386 persons completed the 14 classes held, Disaster Training, in which 15 persons took part, and Services to Armed Forces and Families, in which 300 families received assistance. About 7,000 persons were enrolled in 11 Junior Red Cross programs in East Cleveland Schools. Nine registered nurses served 228 volunteer hours and one non-nurse volunteer gave 33 hours of service. To provide the 159 Red Feather health and welfare agencies and the Red Cross with operating funds, a $13,120,157 goal has been set for this year’s United Appeal campaign. Because of an un usually high number of pledge casualties, this year’s goal represents a 5.6 per cent giving in crease necessary to meet minimum health and welfare agency needs. The drive will be held from Oct. 15th to the 25th. 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The 24-year-old airman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil D. Spencer, of 18501 Gainsboro ave., was a participant in Exercise Swift Strike II, a gigantic mil itary maneuver, biggest since World War II, held n the Car olinas the first two weeks in August. Some 70,000 members of United States Strike Command, a unified Army-Air Force or ganization, were involved in the battle for control of 5,500 square miles between Colum bia, S. C., and Fayetteville, N. C. During Swift Strike H, Air man Spencer was assigned to the administrative section of Headquarters Red Air Force (the aggressor). Several digni taries visited the headquarters during the exercise, including, the Secretary of Defense, and the Air Force Chief of Staff. Airman Spencer is normally I assigned duty in Headquarters Squadron, 4th Air Base Group, as administrative specialist in the office of the Base Director of Operatons. Two East Cleveland men are being reassigned to new bases to attend technical training cours es following completion United State Air Force basic military training here. They are Airman John C. Schneider, son of Mrs. Louise E. Schneider of 13321 Shaw ave., and Airman Basic Allan J. Pearse, jr., on of Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Pearse of 1730 Strathmore. Airman Schneider will attend. BURTON W. CARLSON GL. 1-2220 15933 Euclid Ave. MAX SCHWEBEL PO. 1-8811 12723 SI. Clair Ave. Airman Pearse will remain at Lackland for training as an air policeman. 22070 Lake Share Blvd. BJationwide ■k INSURANCE, NATIONWIDE NATIONWIDE O NATIONWIDE NATIONWIDE FOR CONTINUED I Both men are 1962 graduates of Shaw High School. Second Lieutenant Edward D. Ehrenberger, 22, of Pitts burgh, Pa., has entered United States Air Force navigator training here. Lieutenant Ehrenberger, a graduate of Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa., will receive radar and celestial navigation training in Air Force T-29 “Fly ing Classroom aircraft. He will be awarded the silver wings of a navigator upon completion of the course. The son of Mr. and Mr. Ed ward F. Ehrenberger of 200 E. Genessee st., Pittsburgh, the lieutenant is married to the for- INVALID CAR SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY Stanley H. Johnston Funeral Homs KEnmore I -3600 NOW Neighborhood Offltts... Mala Office: 313 RAST 135th STREIT St. Clair Office: 6235 ST. 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