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$ & *n° Jr Fil The! ihe eel Melbo’ ijfollow Sing Si ft7 Sun ^will Worst .tor w At1 4 lead Cade1 Sthe L^of tl ship i In ther ing i ‘°M stud ■S.be’ '^Ann Wit ian will .the Dfc i Ir 0 i EAST CLEVELAND 44101 EUCLID AVENUE Final EAST CLEVELAND, O. CALL NEWS to GL 1-4383 14,850 Circulation Guaranteed w Henderson Re-elected School Board Prexy The re-election of Robert Hen-[ever, did not put the operation derson as President of the Board[in the red profit was approx of Education for his second term|imately $900. was the first item opening the| Dr. Nichols announced that meeting Monday night. Ralph| there has been a twenty per Peckinpaugh was elected vice|cent increase in boys’ participa president. tion in all sports. Wrestling and January being customarily giv-| swimming, which must pay for en to reviews and revisions, the| themselves, have both shown an agenda was almost a standard) up-swing. Not only has there one for the month. been more enthusiasm in the The second Monday of each) number participating, but there month, at 8 p. m., except during|have been more matches won. e. her July or Auguat, was con- E tmued as the meeting time. I The clerk-treasurer’s salary,) der new business, the an according to established policy,Inua scao°* camP contract was was increased from $6,475 tol ?n a&enda. This is being held $6,825. *n abeyance due to a new in Certification of enrollment for|freas® ,’n cost. Camp Direc the public schools of East Cleve-por Powell is making a land was given as 6,247 stu-roncerted effort to find sonme ftl dents. |ternative possibly the educa- The annual service fund fori ^jona^ advantages might be con expenses incurred by boardpjnued on a day-camp basis, ra members when out of the schoolr*161, than over-night. This would district on official school busi-K11!0.1 dai,^ yJ8 transportation, ness, was established again at] $1,000. This amount was allo cated last year actually, out of| it, only but it would still be more econo mical. “We want to take a real $25.39 was spent. |c?ose look at this said Dr- Ni‘ Ichols, “because the cost could Pay Plumbing I become prohibitive.” However, payment to the plumb-1 he reiterated that other camp heating contractors fori sites and other methods will be ing and work on the Rozelle addition was| investigated before a curtailment approved, in the amount of|of the program would be con $2,050.50. Isidered. Dr. Harold Nichols, SuperinJ Tuberculin Tests tendent of Schools, had an un-| The major discussion of the usually long list of appoint-| evening centered on the school’s ments in his report. [approaching tuberculin tests, Increased third-grade enroll-| which will be given on Feb. 12th jnent at Prospect has made it|to those students in the first, necessary to hire Barbara In-| seventh, and tenth grades who derlied and Judith Funk, start-1 have their parents’ permission. ing this second semester, to de-| Two teams, comprised of Dr. dpase class sizes. [Linda 'Schneider, East Cleve- Janet Shrank will be teaching]land’s School Medical Director, Rozelle, first grade, filling|and a county physician from the fit, for Marporie Kieper, who is|Tuberculosis Clinic, each assisted 'j totting a leave of absence withJby two nurses, will start at 8:3ol pay from January 3rd to[a. m. in the junior and seniorl a -approximately March 25th. [high schools. The new jet “ster ^W)/ Miss Janet Lucas, previously algun” will be used to inject the 'student teacher at Shaw, has[vaccine, eliminating the famil been hired to teach English |iar hypodermic, needle-and-sy there, effective second semester.|ringe outfit. For the 1963-64 school year,) The grade schools will each Vincent Oliver was hired to [be visited in the same manner, teach at Rozelle. Three teachers [with the total operation expected were added to the elementary|to be completed by about 10:30 substitute staff: Joan Black-|a. m. that Tuesday morning, bum, Richard Mileti, and Chris-[ Several Cases Spotted ta Buenemann. Last year’s similar test did Board members approved the [spot several active cases of tu football budget in the amount[berculosis. There was about of $12,920. Last year’s expenses|ninety per cent participation by c: me to $12,759. Due to the[the students involved. The medi weather, which forced postpon-|cal department is hoping to ment of three jtames, there was[raise the per centage this year a loss of anticipated income[for this reason, late consent amounting to $2,300. This how-) slips will be accepted to ensure |as complete a coverage as pos |sible. Both Webster and Kramer es tablished new University School pool records and Shaw High School records while winning their respective events. V The following Friday while competing in the Kent State University Relay meet, the 200 I. p.v. The advisability of including □hdW ^Wimmers heachers and custodial help lamong school employees who are I AC A floc A On A |reluired to have y«arly x-rays LV3C Vi I Vw V v/llv [was discussed. At present, cafe 11 [teria workers are, by State law I A UniVerSltV las well as Board policy, required Ito observe such precautionary Last Wednesday, Jan. 9th, the |h«alth measures. Dr. Nichols Shaw High School Swimmingpentioned that to his knowledge, team lost a close meet withpe majority of teachers availed University School by the score [themselves of the chest X-rays of 46 to 49. [offered by the mobile unit, when Outstanding performances forl’^ appeared in a convenient lo Shaw were produced by the first|cation. He will, however, dis place finishes of Jeff Thacker|CU88 wjth Dr. Schneider the in the 200 yard freestvle, David|su^est*on that a mandatory Downs in the* diving, Bob Web-|regulation be adopted to such ster in the 400 yard freestyle,|an effect. Ron Kramer in the breaststroke, and the medley relay team of Mike Watters, Fred Klaass, Webster, and Jim Hartory. 100 yard 200 yard The-SOO-yardbreaststroke re-L Grand BalIroom of the lay team of Klaass Kramer, Sheraton Hampton, and Keith Evans, wnol js placed first earlier this 8eason|cieveland for in the Euclid Relay Meet withlJohnson gjnce a time of 2:10.5, lowered theirLffice. time to 2:07.2 but were only) fhe meeting public and reservations for the able to obtain third place. [public and reservations for the Next Wednesday, the ShawLffair may be obtained from swimmers will host their L.E.L.[tfye Urban League, 2123 East rival Euclid at 4. The followingfeth st., or by calling MA. 1-7630. Friday Brush High School swim-| The President’s Committee mere will invade the Korb Pool|has the responsibility of ending at 3:45. [discrimination based on race, [creed or national origin in fed eral government jobs and in CmamLc [government ‘wOyv jpcQno Volume No. 22—Na East Cleveland, Ohio Future Teachers Club Survey is Encouraging A survey made by the Shaw ley, Kathy Jandt, Barbara AL Teachers Club shows 70 per,^reckL Betty Barrett, Carol cent of the 1959-1962 member-! ”laha’ ®h“ron ,La|,ka Ii"dai ^Parker, Barbara Jamieson, Mar ship have become teachers or|garet Chambers, Mary Conrad, are studying in preparation for (Virginia Greene, Nancy Shimits, a teaching career. ^Elaine Aurada, and Lois Shank- Charter members include land. Elaine Berlin, who is at present Some have decided to train teaching ninth grade Connie for other careers. Welter, Rochelle Walter and Marcia Kruse is studying for Betsy Bayliss who are now do- the ministry, Linda Bongiorno ing student teaching. |and Carol Vago are going into Other members of the club1 nursing, and Barbara Allen who are studying for a teaching plans a career in architecture, career are Diane Pease, Tom Present officers of the club Woehrmann, Charles Baron, are Amy' Klein, president Sue Arnold, Mary Ellen Mowls, Yaskuko Kuratani, secretary Patricia Barnett, Carole Mas- and Jade Green, treasurer. Shaw Quintet Faces Unbeatable' Euclid The Shaw Basketball team with two big victories to its credit, will try to make it three in a tilt with Euclid tomorrow night at Euclid. The high flying Panthers, still undefeated, have rolled to sev en straight victories and the Cardinals are hoping to side track them and revenge their 45-37 loss son. earlier in the sea. night the Cardinals to the new Valley Saturday will travel Forge High School gym to face the Patriots in another L.E.L. contest. Valley Forge, coached by for mer East Tech Mentor, John Broski, have had rough going so far this season and have Writers Club 1st Workshop Is Saturday The Cleveland Writers Club will hold its first of two work shops Saturday, Jan. 19th, at 2 p. m. in Higbee Tenth Floor Lounge, with Eleanor Leuser of the Adult Education divi sion of Western Reserve Uni versity discussion “Techniques in Writing a Book.” Guests are invited. Mrs. Leuser who was born in London, England, came to Cleveland in 1921 and is cur rently a member of Hathaway Brown School faculty. Her ad vanced evening courses at Western Reserve have pro duced nine published authors of books and over 100 writers of published stories and ar ticles. She has published many plays for children, a field close to her heart since her work in cludes creative drama for youth. East Cleveland women hold ing membership in the Writers Club are Mrs. Harold W. Brem ner, Mrs. Norman Feldman, Mrs. Ben Hersh, Miss Gladys Moody, Mrs. Jay Parrish, Mrs. Harold Reed and Mrs. Carl Grant Wilson. Mrs. Edward E. Woldman is president, and Es e Brightmanr program chairman. Vice President Speaks Before Urban League Vice President Lyndon B.lthe “Plans for Progress” pro Johnson, chairman of the Pres- ffra» for non-discriminatory yard medley relay team of Wat-pent s Committee for Equal Bendix Burroughs, Chrysler, ters, Klaass, Webster, and Har-|Opportunity, will address the Cleveland Electric Illuminating, Curtiss-Wright, duPont, Fire stone Tire and Rubber, Ford, tory lowered the Shaw High[45th Annual Luncheon Meeting School record in that event from|of the Cleveland Urban League 1:58.8 to 1:51.7. Iat noon, Saturday, Jan. 26th, Cleveland. first visit to Vice President he assumed open to the contract jobs. Vice [President Johnson has made it I perfectly clear that the Corn- Municipal Court Judge Stan-[ni^|.ee will carry out this ob ton Addams will address thejga^jon t0 the fullest extent East Cleveland Lions Club to-[and has said repeatedly “We .might at 8 at Owens Plantation.! mean business.” Judge Addams is expected tol Cleveland firms to be honored discuss East Cleveland laws. |at ths meeting ars signers of General Electric, General Mo tors, Goodyear Tire and Rubber, International Business Mach ines, Ohio Bell, Socony-Mobile Oil, Sohio, Thompson-Ramo, Union Carbide, Western Elec tric, Westinghouse, and ern Union. Mrs Eleanor Craun, 2770 White rd., Willoughby Hills, opens her home this evening (Thursday) to Northeastern Sec tion members of Ohio University Women’s Club. There will be a potluck dinner and meeting at 7:30 p. in. For reservations call Mrs. Craun, WH. 3-1091., three managed to win but games, even though they have one of the biggest teams in the Lake Erie League. They also have one of the league’s lead ing scorers in Don Caranova, a Junior who has been averaging over 20 points per game. The Cafdinals improved their L.E.L. standing from last place to sixth with their first two league victories last weekend. They are now 5-4 overall and 2-4 in league play. Friday night, Shaw poor host to Parma’s handing them a 66-57 The home attack was Last made a Redmen, setback, paced by Mi kt Malec and Jim Smalley, who contributed 18 and 16 points, respectively. Sophomore Pat Visci helped with 11 markers, while Smalley picked off 15 rebounds. Shaw* traveled to Brush High the following night. The Cards led all the way and coasted to their handiest win of the year, 83-44. They poured in 29 points in the third period for a 67-32 edge, and then Coach Tom Meinhardt emptied his bench, enabling ten Shaw eagers to score. High point man was Malec (21), closely followed by Smal ley, with 20. Although sitting out much of the second half, Smalley grabbed 18 rebounds for his season’s best performance. Drew Byers, 6 ft. 8 in. Junior center, added 14 markers and nine re bounds to the cause. Women Voices To Meet Here The Voice of Women, USA will hold their general meeting Saturday at 1:30 p. m. at the East Cleveland Public Library, 14101E uclid ave. Discussion of taped talk by K. Zeferstein, M. D. of Los An geles on “Psychological Effects of Civil Defense.” Reassigned Airman Basic Albert T. Blat nick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al bert F. Blatnick of 1282 East 137th st., is being reassigned to Blytheville AFB, Ark., for training and duty as a housing specialist. Today Chief of Police H. S. Weaver spoke up to correct a possible misunderstanding. “In the interest of an improv ed traffic safety record this winter, I’ve been issuing state ments and warnings, and the best advice I know how to give to drivers,” he explained. “1 can almost hear the drivers wondering why I always pick on them and never say a word about pedestrians. “On the other hand, maybe the pedestrians are getting the idea that the police department isn’t concerned with them, or doesn’t appreciate the danger thye face in heavy traffic. “Truth of the matter is that pedestrian problems are of the highest priority in the urban traffic safety picture.” West- University Women Meet Chief Weaver explained that many of the points he has been making about safe driving are1 11 fillip IM East Cleveland Leader The East Cleveland Leader, The SCOOP and Euclid News-Journal Give Advertisers Complete Coverage In Northeast Greater Cleveland 5 Dr. Winkler is Elected Staff Vice President A former East Cleveland di rector of health was last week elected vice president for 1963 of the active staff of Huron Road Hospital during the annual meeting of the staff. Elected was Dr. James P. Winkler of 3381 Rosedale rd., East Cleve land. Dr. Winkler is a member of the hospital’s department of medicine, and formerly served the city of East Cleveland from 1952 to 1959 as director of health. president, his second year in 4 office. Kiwanians Hail Anniversary :ilm Explores Vest Coast The plored gram Public 24th at 8 p. m. I1 “Wild Shore” includes shore line marvels from Cape Flat tery, Washington to Todos San tos Bay, Baja, Calif. “San Francisco” tells the story of that exciting city, in cluding its history and growth) as seen through the eyes captain of a tugboat. The program is free everyone is invited. BPW Meets ware- W be 1930 Airman Blatnick, a graduate of St. Joseph High School, recently completed Unit ed States Air Force basic mili tary training here. By Mail $6.00 Per Year Henry W. Brown of 4944) 9 30 a. m. at Chapter Headquarters. Middledale rd., Lyndhurst, and| director of the hospital’s depart-! Library, Thursday, Jan.|lmJ!0Sp..e'(. Qualifications for serving as I I.. r° Chief Aims Tips At Pedestrians trian as well as the driver and after parking their cars—have his passengers. Two Age Categories “It‘s a well-known fact that'emphasized. He listed the fol the majority of pedestrian vic-Howing rules for walkers to re tims in traffic accidents fall (member: into two age categories—the] Heads up—remember it’s al very young and the elderly,” he ways more difficult for a driv pointed out. !er to see you than it is for you “People in both of these age to see his approaching car. groups, no matter what they This is especially true at night, think, are not always the best or in rain, sleet or falling snow, equipped to face dangers. Nevertheless, pedestrians and this includes all persons who walk, even drivers who are making about safe driving arelwho walk, even drivers who are aimed at protecting the pedes-ljust walking across the street U .... .J 'i F. Others elected were: Presi dent-elect, Dr. Samuel E. Burk hart, 3101 Chelsea dr., Cleveland I Heights, a member of the hospi-l tai’s department of Obstetrics I and gynocdlgy secretary, Dr. I Paul F. Boyd, 4884 Middledalel rd., Lyndhurst, a member of the| department of urology of the| hospital. (Dr. Boyd actually] succeeds himself as secretary.| having just completed one term| in this position.) As treasurer| for the 5th consecutive year, Dr.l “WENEED MORE BLOOD PROGRAM AIDES RIGHT T. L. Laughlin, Jr., of 33631 HERE”! Mrs. Eugene Foley, 18.23 Taylor rd., is pointing Chelsea dr., Cleveland Heights.! t© the East Cleveland area on her map, a locale where He is a member of the hospi-| fjie Recj Cross could use more Blood Program Aides. s epar ment o suigeiy. I class for these volunteers will begin Feb. 5th at Recruits Women for Blood Program in Her Recruiting local women for [a Blood Program Aide class. lHeadquarters on Feb. [filled many of Mrs. A salute to the international [Foley’s spare hours in organization’s.48th anniversaryIfew weeks: The hard and an address by a Cleveland [volunteer Heights physician are on program for East Cleveland Ki-linjg to line up interested East anis next Monday noon at the [Cleveland women for work as East Cleveland YMCA. who lives th* [Taylor rd., has been the [Cleveland women for work as [volunteers in a strategic phase was|of Red Cross activity the 21st.[Blood Program. 5100) Volunteer Blood Program Kiwanis International founded in Detroit on Jan. 1915. Today, there are clubs with more than 263,000[Aides, members of the newest members. The East Cleveland [volunteer service, work in the club was organized in 1922. iBlood Center and on industrial The 48th anniversary salute|and community blood units, to Kiwanis International will be|They are trained to register given by a number of the lo-|donors, take temperatures, and cal club’s education and fellow-|assist the medical staff in the ship committee. [donor room. Following this message, the| Mrs. Foley, a BPA herself. Kiwanis will hear an address|said. “As the Red Cross blood by Dr. Edward A. Marshall, of|program continues to expand, Oakridge dr., Cleveland Heights.[this service is of increasing im His topic is “World Tension|portance in enabling the chap and The Threat To Our Secur-|ter to meet its community ob ity.” [ligation. The Volunteer Blood [Program Aide Service is es sential to the great life-saving program of Red Cross. “Annually the Greater Cleve land Chapter collects about 40, 000 pints of blood, or about 60 west coast will be ex-P" of b'01*1 hospital? at the next film pro- “se- Without the help of volun of the East Cleveland 1*'"“ this operation would be College Veep' to Discuss Space Age Education With °f*IArea High School Students Spare Hours Red Cross 5th, has Eugene the past working at 182-1 attempt- if I„ tlZienginecrin? a definite responsibility for their own safety, Chief Weaver If it’s slippery underfoot, it’s The aged are not as spry as equally slippery under the in former years, nor are theirof senses as sharp. The young are agile enough, but forgetful and inexperienced. “This being the case, drivers have a special responsibility toward them,” he explained. “And of course we expect all drivers to respect pedestrian crosswalks.” wheels approaching cars. Don’t expect them to stop quick ly for you. Some may not have on chains. Let them pass, then carefully cross the street. While a pedestrian is well advised to cross streets at cor ners rather than in mid-block, he should consider that the pavement may be very slippery here. Cars stopping and start ing on the snow-covered ap proaches to intersections tend to polish them to a smooth, Apthorp further suggested Ithat the city might begin col lecting refuse from business |and commercial establishments lin East Cleveland at a nominal I In commenting on the unusu ally large amount of snow in an aide include physical ability [December, Apthorp reported to perform the required duties,[that the heavy snow fall cost provision of own transportation|the city around $25,000 for that and purchase of own uniform, [month. The Feb. 5th class begins atl In a report of statistics for 9:30 a.m. 11962, the city manager told the It will last five hours. For|Commissioners that building further information concerning|permits for last year totaled the course, call Vol. Recruit-|S3,685,825 fire losses were ex ment at Chapter Headquarters,[treniely high, $137,680 as com 781-1800. [pared to $31,440 in 1961 and Mrs. Foley said, “Any wom-lthat ?ince the appointment of a an who is looking for a worth-PyH-timo housing inspector in while project will find thatP earuafy» 1961, to carry out working as a Rlood Program|'nsPections under the city s Aide is rewarding, interesting)new housing code, all of the and enriching.” |city 8 apartments have been [inspected. Retirees Dance Next Thursday I “Of these,” Apthorp stated, |“551 have complied with all re |quirements of the code a« of Dec. 31st. An increase in total crime in the city, reported Apthorp. was T, Jtiue to increased petty crime Members of the hast Side R.-Lucll aut0 parts theft3. bi. tiree Center are reminded about|t.ycle thefts, vandalism and their next dance, Thursday, Jan.[other petty larcenies. 24th, at 1 p.m. “Figures on property stolen The Golden Age Orchestra oflin ?9tJ2 ind“d* S43.459 for cars Cleveland will entertain. Re- m„biles valued at S7R.239," he freshments will be served. |said. After this month, futurel The report showed that auto dances will be for members only.[accidents involving injuries to Senior citizens 60 years or|persons decreased from 89 to over are invited to join. Regis-fro in 1962 although total ac ter for membership on Wednes-|cidents were somewhat higher, days, 1 tn 3 p.m., Tuesdays and| The onp fata] aecident in Fridays from 10 to 11 a.m. at|]9fi2 involved a teen-aged hoy 13816 St. Clair ave. Iwho lost control of his car on :-------------[Terrace rd., and was thrown [from his car after striking utility pole and house. Latest trends in education for.to discuss future concepts ofl ^’nderniere Council Knights Ithe space age will be discussed !sPace activities and bring thempf Columbus 2726 will hold its ■president of Northrop Institute ajs0 unveil plans for Northropr |of Technology (Inglewood, Institute’s new' space-age orient- Robert H. Terrv, of the H. Calif.), during the forthcoming ed campus which is to be built Beattie and Sons, Inc will’College Admissions Interviews at Thousand Oaks, Calif. I mu the guest speaker at thefat the Sheraton-Cleveland Hotel! High school students desiringlEmewein, Council ________ monthly meeting of the East in Cleveland, it was announced to participate In the conferences|who is in charge of the affair. Cleveland Business & Profes- today. sional Women’s Club Tuesday. ...... .. .... For reservations call Northeast from throughout the state in in-(secretary, Miss Johnson, at PR)1 oors W1 1 °Pen at 8 P- ni Answering Service, MU 1-2020. dividual half-hour conferences’1-4005. r'__ .information about science andlannual card partv tomorrow in “•?ink ... imay obtain further information! R,f„,hment,' will Green will meet with students'by telephoning the appointment!,. el-bf- slippery hardness. Step e«re-|ave retUrned fully, and don insist on your! right of way. [lomposite ave. Door and table prizes will be (awarded, according to Raymond Lecturer. be served. Returns to Base Marine Sergeant David-* L. [Crowley, son of Mrs. Florence IT. Crowley of 1517 Lakefront with Marine Did you know that demolition [Squadron Two experts walk, but never run,|Corps Air Station, Beaufort, away from explosives after the|g fuse is lit? This is to prevent! their stumbling and falling in The deployed the danger zone. Forzthe garner0 the Naval Air Station, Roose reason, pedestrians should walk, |velt Roads, Puerto Rico, dur never run, across the street. [jng recent quarantine oper- Always obey traffic signals I u Caribbean. It i. a —not only for your own protec-1 tion, but for the good example lunit of the Second Marine you give others who are watch-|craft Wing, ing you. The chief also appealed toR^, home owners to keep their side-) walks clear of snow and spread) IVvUlllvll sand on icy spots. “This is our responsibility to| Collinwood’s June Class those who pass by,” he said.|1938 will meet Saturday, Jan. “Most of them are people you|26th at 9:30 p. m. at the Wil know. and you know you [lows on Lake Shore blvd. to wouldn’t want anyone to falllplan their coming 25th reunion, and be seriously hurt on yourF sidewalk, through your na-kall Mrs. gleet." A KE. 1-2733. Reconnaissance to the Marine For further information Don Campolieti, EAST CLEVELAND'S OFFICIAL FLAG Commissioners Okay New Apartment Sites Construction on two new apartments is expected to start in East Cleveland soon as a result of action Itaken by City Commissioners Tuesday nijrht. The gov leming body followed through on recommendations by lits zoning and planning commission and okayed height [variances at thdfcorner of Eu |clid and Hastings and at 13540 [Superior ave. A 16-suite apartment is plan med at Hastings and Euclid [while a 42- suite building will [be erected at the Superior ave. [site. Also as a result of commis [sion action, some employees in Ithe city can look forward to Ibeing supplied with work uni norms. I This is an apparent trend in Imunicipalities so that city workers can more easily be id entified and take more pride in their work. City Manager G. T. Apthorp also told the Commissioners that the proposed waste trans fer plant construction* is pro gressing and that revisions in refuse collection should start prior to March 1st. Miss Leachko Heads Health Fund Drive Leachko Miss Sue Miss Sue Leachko, 13777 Eu clid ave., has been apointed East Cleveland campaign chair man for the 1963 Health Fund Drive of Greater Cleveland. Miss Leachko is in the Resi dential Division of the campaign headed by Mrs. Ralph Ix»cher and Frederirk T. McGuire, jr., president of the Cleveland Auto mobile Club. The Health Fund will conduct its fourth annual campaign March 14th-26th. This drive supports the local health agencies in the Fund: The Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, the Cystic Fibrr»«is Foundation, the Diabetes As sociation of Greatei Cleveland, the Kidney-Nephrosis of Great er Cleveland and the Society for Crippled Children. Goal this year is $625,000. GOP Girls Hear Author The East Cleveland Wom en’s Republican Club will meet in the East Cleveland Republic an Headquarters, 1546 Hayden. Tuesday at 7:45 p. m. The meeting will be ad dressed by Al Nasvytis. His top ic will be “What is Most Impor tant to Know about Commun ism—by Americans.” a Knights Hold Annual Party Nasvytis is author of the pop ular book. “Leave Your Teart for Moscow” which is now in its fourth edition and has been translated into six languages. Formerly he was an instruc tor in Lithuania, but at pres ent is in the Engineering De partment of Thompson Ramo Wooldridge Co. All in the area who are in terested in hearing this inter esting address are invited to attend. Refreshments will he served. Mrs. Alfred Hanel and Mrs. Laura M. Hicks will be hostesses. Weight Control Is Discussed “Weight Control’’ will be dis cussed at North Branch Library Wednesday a 10:15 a. m. for Chambers PT A members. Miss Whipple of the Nutrition Assoc iation of Cleveland will be the speaker. Story hour will be under the direction of Miss Betty Frew. An adult will be in charge of the crib room for children under three years of age. Serves on Sub Air- Walter J. Luchka jr., mach inist’s mate fireman appren tice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Luchka sr., of 1835 Penrose ave., is serving aboart the submarine USS Blueback, operating out of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. of Before entering the aervicet. in August 1961, Luchka atteniJ,.'* eTl Benedictine High School in, ra Drnrai 1 Cleveland. .----------------------------. 'T ST? rill ..