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i Honor Club Inducts 23 Members a 4 1 Agency Seeks Membership In NEA Thomas Employment, today made application for member ship in the 500 firm National Employment Association. NEA is the oldest trade association in the private employment serv ice field and originators bf the Standards of Ethical Practices” that serves as the business practices guide of the field. As an applicant for member ship in NEA, Thomas Employ ment has placed its endorse ment on, and pledge to work by, these Standards. Thomas Employment, 16357 Euclid ave., will be represented at NEA functions by Mrs. Louis Hadley, Owner. Blue Star Moms Meet Wed. I After the meeting, refresh ments will be served. Concert Here The East Cleveland Public Library in cooperation with the Music School Settlement pre sents Marcellene Hawk, piano and Walter Mayhall, flute in a sonata program featuring mu sic by Handel, Loeillet, Vi valdi and J. S. Bach. The concert is at the Main Library, Monday at 8 p.m. mission is frstk V s 7 V 7 A teAST CLEVELAND LIBRAK1 14101 EUCLID AVtNUt east CLEVELAND’ CALL NEWS to GL 1-4383 14.850 Circulation Guaranteed the induction The speaker at was East Cleveland Law Direc tor. Stanley G. Webster. I The new National Honor So ciety members are Kathy Fic zcri, Thomas Krizman, Ann Lyndall, Diane Muehlhauser, Barbara Wesley, Mike Billing ton, Dennis Hamilton, Christine Hodge, Phyllis Hoffman, Agra Konstants, Paul Magnusson, Thomas Maremaa, Robert Mel reit, Timothy Nimmo, Pat Noon, Linnea Stroberg, John Wardell, Virginia Allen, Irving Schreck, Walter Hoffman, Mary Sue Jones, Marilyn Long and An thony Sawyer. Other members of the Shaw Chapter are Tom Hanger, presi dent Linda Perchan, vice presi dent Doris Holzheimer, secre tary Marilyn Jones, treasurer Jade Green, Ralph Jacob, Amy Klein, Sally Tucker, Bonnie idrews, Mary Bayliss, Ellen md, Amy Clayman, Ellen .rdiner, JoAnn Grant, Larry nawalt, Kevin Loftus, Patri- Putnam, Elizabeth Rose, le Rothenberger, Diane Seng .Mary Stroud, Michael Wat ters and Phyllis Woodwortn. Faculty advisors to the group ere Marjorie Dewey, Mrs. Ay ,'leen Morley, William H. Morris. Harold L. Naragon, Mrs. Elean or Pavey and George Edwin Todd. A ’i Residents Urged, Warned To Keep Sidewalks Clear While issuing another appeal for residents and businessmen to keep their sidewalks clear of snow, City Manager Grant Apthorp warned that if neces- Volume No. 22—No. in sary, arrests will be made the near future. “It’s something we don’t like to do, but will be forced into,” he asserted. According to Apthorp, several people have slipped and been injured because of ice or snow covered sidewalks. The city manager also report ed that East Cleveland police are checking homes and issuing warnings to residents where it appears sidewalks have not been cleared. It was also learned that the City Commission next Tuesday will be presented with an ordi nance that would make it a misdemeanor for pushing snow from driveways or sidewalks unto the streets. of The Shaw High chapter the National Honor Society ducted 23 new members into ranks in ceremonies yesterday that were transmitted over the school’s new closed circuit tele vision. in its The tv production which was jCashed to many classrooms was funder the direction of S. Robert Eraser. Following the induction cere mony, a reception new members and was held in the Room. honoring the their parents Korb Social Mrs. Klein Heads Area Heart Fund Mrs. G. Robert Klein, 2.3699 Shaker blvd., Shaker Heights, has been appointed Suburban East Chairman for the 1963 Heart Fund Drive. She is re sponsible for recruiting chair men to coordinate the house to-house drive on Heart Sun day, February 24th, in sixteen northeast and southeast com munities including East Cleve land, Mayfield Heights, Lynd hurst. Euclid, Cleveland Heights and University Heights. Mrs. Klein’s appointment was announced this week by Mrs. Francis A. Coy, Heart Sunday Chairman, and Herbert Straw bridge, campaign chairman. Local Heart Fund contribu tions make possible the support of the Work Classification Clin ic, the Children’s Diagnostic Heart Clinic and four rheumatic heart clinics at Metropolitan General, St. Vincent Charity. Mt. Sinai and University Hospi tals. Mrs. Klein feels that service as a Heart Fund volunteer is a satisfying way of helping the Heart Society fight the nation’s number one health enemy. East siders interested in volunteering may contact Mrs. Klein at HO. 9-1336 or call the Heart Society at SW. 1-7500. Bruce Stanek Is Army Bound Bruce E. Stanek, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stanek of 14018 Woodworth ave., enlisted in the United States Army for a period of three years. Bruce is a graduate of Shaw High School where he was very outstanding as a student. He played varsity football for two years and was co-captain in his senior year. Also while at Shaw he participated in track and wrestling. He was a mem ber of the student council in hip senior year. His enlistment in the Army was under the High School Specialist program which is a guaranteed choice in writing. His field of choice was Food In spection where he will be sent to school to be trained in this field. He will receive eight weeks of basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina prior to going to school-at Chicago, Ill. Sfc Robert W. Milnes states that there is quite a few open ings in the fields of Electroniis. Mechanical, Clerical, Medical and Airborne, for the months of January, February and March. All interested persons who still have their military obligation to face are urged to contact Sfc Milnes at 14236 Euclid ave., Phone 761-0184. Blue The East Cleveland Star Mothers will meet nesday at 1:30 p. m. in Library. Wed Public The officers for coming year are Mrs. Henry Graff, presi dent Mrs. G. R. Squire, first vice president Mrs. Charles Kipp, second vice president: Mrs. Rodney Siders, secretary, and Mrs. Maude Smith, treas urer. Seniors Will Hold Election The next regular meeting of the Rosemont Seniors Club will be held tomorrow in the social hall of The East Cleve land Baptist Church, corner of Euclid and Rosemont aves. The regular business meet ing will start at 7:30 p.m. at which time the officers for 1963 will be elected. Following will be a short program and refreshments. All senior citizens interested in joining this group are cor Idially invited Ad- to attend. I- :tVx thrifty shoppers, please take note For all you thrifty shoppers (and we know there are many) please take note you always do better in your own commu nity. The wider your choice, the better your chances of getting the MOST for your money. Thus, when you shop in your neigh borhood store, you can see MORE merchan dise in any category, make MORE dollar for-dollar comparisons in less time with less effort. Competition is “the life of trade.” It is also the shopper’s best assurance of getting top value. Competing merchants in your neighborhood must put their best buys for ward at all times to get the business. Why shop around in circles? The short est distance to the best values is a straight line to your neighborhood store. BUY IN YOUR COMMUNITY! 37 to Take Oral Police The long, tedious, but thor ough job of selecting three new’ East Cleveland policemen is about over with appointments expected to be made by the first of February. The field of applicants has been narrowed down to 37 men who will be given oral examina tions Saturday, Jan. 19th. When it was announced there would be openings on the force last year, over 400 hopefuls made applications. Of this, 151 were interviewed. Deadline for Dog Tags Near The deadline for getting 1963 dog licenses is fast approaching, warns Mrs. Lorene Donnelly, local registrar. The final day that the canine tags can be acquired without a $1 penalty is Saturday, Jan. 19th. Licenses are available at the East Cleveland City Hall, 14340 Euclid ave., Room 8. Or they can be purchased through the mail by sending last year’s certificate addressed, envelope. with $2 and a self stamped (5 cents) tags will be sent by The neu return mail. Aqua Boosters Meet Tuesday The meeting of the East Cleveland Aqua Boosters, origi nally scheduled for December 13 and cancelled due to bad weather, is rescheduled for Tuesday at Korb Center, be ginning sharply at 7:30 p.m. 'ft-..' Schultz Heads East Cleveland Polio Drive When the 25th Anniversary March of Dimes.gets underway Jan. 31st, James R. Schultz, of 1743 Bryn Mawr play a leading role Cleveland Chairman. The duties of a host family are to provide room and board for the visiting student, plus parental love and author ity. The student's clothing, medical care and spending allowance are provided by himself and the AFS organ ization. It is desirable that the host, family have a son or daughter in Shaw High School. Since East Cleveland was the first community in Great er Cleveland to promote thia program, the local chapter has the value of seven years experience with w-hich to help the student and families in volved. "FIRST FAMILY" OF KIWANIS in East Cleveland this is the Lucas family. New president of the club is Robert, center, who is shown receiving a congratulatory kiss from his wife, Marilyn, as his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Lucas, look on. The new Kiwanis president was installed, along with elhr offtwri and dir«s»r». lost week. ,.i:, 4 A* i -h V rd., will as East activities He will coordinate involving hundreds of volun teers as the March of Dimes takes on its biggest responsi bility, the fight against birth defects and arthritis. Local AFS Seeks Home For Student Applications from prosper* five East ('leveland families to be host to a student from a foreign country during the 1963-64 school year are being accepted up to January 21st hy Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schweizer, 15710 Glynn rd., ER. 1-0866. Sponsor of the program is the American Field Service International Scholarships. year it. East Cleveland Leader Th* East Ctordand Leader, The SCOOP and Euclid News-Journal Give Advertisers Complete Coverage tn Northeast Greater Cleveland Appropriately they open their show this year with a colorful arrangement of “There’s No Business Like Show Business.” Pat Noon, the highly talented young trombonist, again does a solo in the show this year. His feature number is a re vival of Tommy Dorsey’s fam ous arrangement of “Marie.” Another former famous in strumental specialty is revived by Paul Magnusson who plays the “Sugar Blues” on the trum- Gardeners Hold Pot-Luck Lunch Hilltop Garden Club will meet at Caledonia School at 12 noon on Wednesday for its an nual pot luck luncheon. Members are informed that it is to be a “Pot Luck Bonan za” and are instructed to bring their “Grubstakes” and “Mess kits.” Caledonia teachers are to be guests at this luncheon. The meeting after the lunch eon will include the election of officers and a film “Gardens of Alaska.” Hostess for the day is Mrs. John Clem assisted by Mrs. H. Collmer, Mrs. R. Davies, Mrs. C. Hood, Mrs. R. Jones, Mrs. and Mrs. J. Reaghart. Welfare Is Council Topic The East Cleveland Com munity Council tonight will hear Miss Leona Beavis, Assist ant Director* of the Cleveland Welfare Federation, speak on the subject of “Our Communi ty and Its Welfare.” This is the first in a series of pro grams specifically aimed at vital issues in our city. The meeting starts at 7:45 and all regular members have been asked to invite friends and neighbors to attend. The Cardinal’s School if meeting. -J The Shaw High Band andlpet, Rhythm-Teens present “Music MusicjCoy. Americana”—“Music Tea—By Americans,” urday at 8 p. m. in auditorium. In this presenting American compos ers, they will feature a new concert march by Kenneth S. Williams, director of the Kirk Junior High Band and Orches tra. Williams will be present tn guest conduct his composi tion. Nest in Shaw High '"iV 1 East Cleveland, Ohio By Mail $5.00 Per Year Thursday, January 10, 1963 of Amer this Sat the Shaw program, The busy Rhythm-Teens will present their new show’ for the first time in East Cleveland, having previously performed it before audiences throughout Cleveland. This group of 16 singers and the 16-piece stage band do a rhythmic musical stage show' featuring standard popular mu sic. The unit is directed by Judith Warren and S. Robert Fraser, who leads the band in the first half of the concert. Students chosen to be in the versatile Rhythm-Teens are getting a taste of “show biz” in their one night stands throughout the area. PLENTY OF FLAG WAVING. These Shaw musicians demonstrate the fact the Amer ican flag will be the center of attraction when the students present their mid-winter "Music Americana" show Saturday. The trumpeteers are Dave Bernier, left, and Paul Magnusson. Flag holder is Marianne Martin. It is rumored that Marianne will put the flag aside during the concert to take her place in the flute section. Shaw Musicians to Salute American Composers in Saturday Extravaganza in the style of Clyde Mc •. The vocalists have spark ling and novel arrangements of “A-round the Corner” and the Dixieland tune “Bill Bailey.” As warmup sessions for this home performance, the Rhythm List Christmas Christmas tree collections will start Monday and continue for one week according to the schedule listed below. Trees must be in the front ground level. yard on South of to Gras- Monday: Al! streets Euclid from Lakeview mere including Superior top streets. Tom Woehrmann is Composer at Baldwin Wallace Sophomore Tom Woehrmann has composed one of the mu sical selections tn be presented by the Baldwin-Wallace College Brass Choir Sunday at at Kulas Musical Arts ing. named His composition is “Quartets for Two Trumpets, Horn and Trombone.” It in cludes the two movements, “In vention” and “Introduction and Fugato.” Tom, a music major at Bald win-Wallace, is active in band and orchestra. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Woehrmann, 13604 Claiborne. The concert, w-hich is free to the public, also will include works Ewald, Arnell, and Rautavaara. of Bach, Hindemith Teens are making two other appearances this week. Their show will be presented for the South Euclid Kiwanis Club at Brush High School and for the Child Welfare Association at the downtown Masonic Temple. Tree Pickups All streets North of Euclid from N. Noble to Collamer. Wednesday: All streets South of Euclid from Coit to Strathmore. All streets from E. 152 to Savannah between Hayden and Nickel Plate R.R. Hill Thursday: All streets North of Euclid from Northfield to Doan. All streets from Wood worth to third between Hayden and E. 133 st. All streets from Potomac to Doan between Hay den and Nickel Plate R.R. South Tuesday: All streets of Euclid from Stanwood to Hillsboro including Lee Road Hilltop, Stanwood Hilltop. Tay lor Hilltop, Noble Road Hilltop and Colonial Heights Hilltop. Friday: All streets North of Euclid from Amherst to Super ior. All streets from Second avenue to Thornhill avenue be tween the Nickel Plate R.R. and the city limits, tween Hayden and E. 125. Improved Shaw Cagers Seek First LEL Victory The Shaw High Cagers, hav ing brought their record up to three wins as against four losses, will be still looking for their first victory in the I.ake Erie League this week-end as they play host to the Parma Redmen Friday and then travel to Brush Saturday night to make up the snowed out game re scheduled from last Dec. 14th. In Parma the Cardinals will be facing a well balanced attack featuring 6 ft. 5 in. center Woody Wowczuk who is the Redmen’s leading rebounder and is high in scoring. Also, the Cardinal fans will see 5 ft. 8 in. Russ Jacques, the Parma quarterback who is their leading scorer in basketball. The Redmen are 3 and 1 in league play, while their overall record is 3 and 8.^5 record is TT* ," .’'Ait Aft All streets be and Superior streets between Saturday: All Superior and Lakeview North of Euclid. Jobs Available By The Hundred 4 p.m. Ruild- number of ads since “The greatest ‘Jobs Available’ World War II!” report of department This was the the advertising on this week's issue of the paper. A glance inside will reveal hundreds of job opportuni ties, certainly pointing up a sharp business upturn. Positions a vailable.for both male and female, range from all types of general labor, secretarial. stenographical, through various professional posts. Not only does it “Pay to Advertise.” it also pays to “Read the Ads!!!” and 3 The Brush team is 1 in league play and most of their scoring comes from Tom Hawkins and Dick Jacobs a pair of guards who do most of the shooting in the Brush attack. Last weekend the Cardinals dropped a close decision to the Lakewood Rangers in a game that was not decided until mid way through the final period. The Rangers center, Rich Mandrella who had been held to nine points, broke loose for 12 in the last Lakewood pull 66 to 49 win. period to help away to a in playing one The Cardinals of their best games of the sea son, got scoring help from center Jim Smalley and Mike Malec who collaborated his 29 points. Smalley and junior center Drew Byers lead the the Cardinals. rebounding for i. Subject to the final approval next Tue-day night of the city commission, East Cleveland's building boom will apparently continue in the same vigorous manner in ’63. Plans for two new apartments were approved by the East Cleveland Board of Zoning Appeals this week. At their regular Tuesday morning meeting, the Board approved H. Zeman’s plans for a 16-suite apartment on the southeast corner of Euclid and Hastings. His appeal was a continuance from the December 26th hear ing, and the authorization was granted only upon the archi tect’s agreement to widen the driveway, change a storage area to an emergency exit, and altei specifications of a rear window opening above a door-canopy. The latter suggestion was in cluded so this, too, might be a manner of egress in ca*e of fire. The revised plans for a 42 suite, three story apartment building on Superior, west of the elementary school, were also approved. Filter Dynamics, Inc., 14838 Euclid ave., made a request to use the first floor of the build ing for additional storage space this was granted uncondition ally. A second request, to install a paint booth, equipped with all the necessary safety fea tures including a complete wa ter wash paint exhaust booth, drew some reservations from both City Manager Mr. G. T. Apthorp and Fire Chief Fred Lange. Meet All Codes H. A. Braun, president of the Company, emphasized his will ingness to meet ail national and local fire codes regarding such installation. This installation must meet with the approval of Malcolm Douglas, City Engin eer, as well as offering th assurance that such ventilation should cause no neighborhood nuisance. Extend Repair Time Other items on the agenda included an extension of time for Albert Rose, owner of the Rosemont Apartments, 14600 Euclid, to make repairs to the S&L Cites Substantial Assets Hike In the annual report to mem bers, officials of East Cleveland Savings and Loan Company re ported that the company had an excellent year with a substan tial increase in assets which now stand at $31,070,044, or 9.8 per cent above the figure of 1961. Robert C. Knox, president of the company, pointed to a con tinued high level of savings, with many individuals and fam ilies stepping up their savings programs, as major cause for the continued growth of the firm. Knox reported a record pay out of dividends in 1962 to sav ers which amounted to $980, 479.80, a 7.4 per cent increase over 1961. The increase in div idends reflect the large increase in savings presently entrusted to the institution. Other highlights of the year end financial report included the following details: Mortgage loans amounted to $27,285,827. an increase of 10.9 per cent for the year. Net savings were up $965,133.51 for a total of $26. 468.331.71. Cash and govern ment bond holdings total $2, 404,115.69 W’hile reserves were boosted to $2,285,680.66 up 15.8 per cent for the year. Knox stated that while sav ings have continued to increase at a surprisingly rapid they are expected to rise even more as a result of the high 4^ per cent dividend rate. Club Meets for Dinner Monday A dinner at the Old Stone Church Monday at 6 p.m. will be the next event of the Luth eran Business and Professional Women’s Club. The guest speaker, Mrs. Dale Recker, will present an inter esting and humorous lecture on the culture of the Pennsylvania Dutch.. Miss Doris Giesa will serve as hostess for this affair. ss TV .-S* EAST CLEVELAND'S OFFICIAL FLAG Zoning Board Okays 2 New Apartments boiler. Such repairs requiring a day or more for completion, must necessarily -wait until the weather permits. A continuance in an appeal ior aay care service for four or five children was made in the case of Mrs. Florence Sev ern, 13502 Fourth ave. Stand ard investigation will be made by the Welfare Department be fore such permission can be granted. 84 Shaw Grads Hear College Head Dr. Carl C. Bracy Dr. Eighty-four seniors will grad uate from Shaw High School on January 24th. This will repre sent the next to the last Jan uary graduating class. Women $ Club Hails States The January programs of the East Cleveland Woman's Club will direct attention to Hawaii and Alaska. The program Jan. 17th will feature Hawaii. Dessert will he served at 1:3(1 House. 1747 a la Hawaii, costumes will ground for the program. ■0 Carl C. Bracy, president of Mount Union College, will deliver the 1962-63 mid-year commencement address at the Shaw High School auditorium Thursday, Jan. 24th. His topic will be ‘‘The Unfinished Busi ness of the World.” Dr. Bracy, a native of Carter ville. Ill., has served as a pub lic school teacher, a minister in the Methodist Church, and as president of three different colleges. He graduated from McKendree College in Lebanon, 111., and was awarded the Th.M. degree from Iliff School of Theology in Denver, Colo. He since has received honorary de grees from McKendree College and Ohio Wesleyan University. Dr. Bracy is active in church and community affairs in Al liance, O. Mount Union College has mure than doubled its phy sical facilities since Dr. Bracy assumed presidency in 1954. p. m. at the Club Lakefront ave,. decorations and provide a back- The hula will be danced by June Tanaka, who was horn in Hawaii, and special musical in struments used will be demon strated. A trip via colored slides will be provided by Mrs. William Kutcher. Guests of members are welcome. Refreshments will be under the direction of Mrs. R. W. Gell and Mrs. J. A. Stahl. Geology 1$ Film Theme Two color films will take views into the world of geology for the next film program at the East Cleveland Public Li brary Thursday, January 17th at 8 p.m. “Eruption of Kilauea,” win ner of a Blue Ribbon award, is the ehrenology of Mt. Kilauea’s 1959-60 eruption, one of the greatest in Hawaiian history. “Fossil Story” shows fossils in their strange and wonderful forms and explains why scien tists search for fossils near and far to bring us vital materials for modern living. a.