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ulr JB I*101 EUCL,D *VENUt V illJS 1 CLWUANU. Ote CALL NEWS to GL. 1-4383 14,850 Circulation Guaranteed Huron Road's Insight Series Begins Huron Road Hospital’s 1963lservice series, free to the Medical Insight Series, pre- are available at the door. senting a series of four public lectures and panel discussions on the theme “The Body, Science and You,” begins Monday at 8:30 p. m. in the hos pital’s Pine Room. “How To Live With Your Heart” will be the topic Mon day night of Dr. Edwin Goyette, Director of the Terrace Rd. in stitution’s Department of Medi cine. Tickets for the joint Hos pital-Women’s Board community Austin Co. Announces Elections V F’ I The election of two new directors and two new vice presidents of The Austin Com pany was announced here to day by Allen S. Austin, presi dent, following the annual shareholders meeting of this international engineering and construction firm. Hamilton Beatty, vice presi dent for European operations with headquarters in Paris, and Karl C. Sippel, vice president and Detroit district manager of the company, were elected to the ten-man board of directors. They succeed Harold A. Hall stein, retired executive vice president of the company, and Albert S. Low, former vice president and southwest dis trict manager who will con tinue to serve the company as a consultant. Newly elected Austin vice presidents are William Vander hout, who was recently named general sales manager of the company a position previ ously held by Mr. Austin in addition to his duties as presi dent and chief executive offi cer, and Gordon Galloway, who is manager of Austin’s Mining and Metals Division. Public Hearing On Request by Standard Oil The East Cleveland City Commissioners hold a public public hearing next Tuesday prior to acting on a request by the Standard Oil Company of Ohio. It is the intention of Stand ard OU to make a major al teration at its station at 181G Noble rd. Plans call for a new building as well as other facili ties. The East Cleveland Board of Zoning Appeals had already given its okay to the project. Indians Are Film Theme The American Indians will be the subject of the next film program at the East Cleveland Public Library Thursday, Jan. 31st at 8 p. m. ‘Indian Ceremonials” con tains many colorful scenes taken at the Inter-tribal Ceremonials held annually in August at Gal lup, New Mexico. “Arts and Crafts of the South west Indians” deals with the nomadic Navajos and the pro duction of their beautiful tur quoise and silvery jewelry and their rugs. Everyone is invited. Girl Crazy" Musical Set Musical Productions Inc., is presenting “Girl Crazy” at Kirk Junior High Feb. 1st and 2nd at 8:30 p. m. Playing in lead roles are Charles Travis, Adeline Mur phy, Mary Lou Hayes, Roy C. D’Anna, Dick Small, Mike Reese, and Mike Artino. Production director is John Begg assisted by Marge Egan. Musical director is Ray Ellis and choreographer is Frank Brooks. Male students have an oppor tunity to take their favorite girl friend to see the show on a S Jor 1 deal Arthur C. Knight, chairmai of the hospital’s Board of Trust ees, announced that the pop ular health lectures and panel which were attended by mon than 1,000 persons whei launched last year, will als include: “Live and Let Live,” fea turing County Coroner Dr Samuel R. Gerber and Willian E. Billings, vice president anc executive secretary of th Greater Cleveland Safety Coun cil, discussing the Blueprin For Life program of acciden prevention Robert Lang, ex ecutive director of the Cleve land Academy of Medicine, oi Emergency Call Service and th: Poison Center, and Mrs. Eliza beth Braucher director of Nurs ing Sendee of Huron Road IIos pital, speaking of the role o: the hospital emergency room. “Cancer—A Progress Report’ will be a panel discussion witl Huron Road Hospital’s Dr J. L. Bilton, director of the De partment of Surgery, as mod erator. Participants will be Dr G. H. Irvin, visitant in the De partment of Obstetrics anti Gynecology Dr. Edward Good sitt, director of the Department of Pathology, and Dr. R. T. Murphy, visitant in the Depart ment of Surgery. “A Psychiatrist Looks At Marriage” will be the windup of the second year of the Medi cal Insight Series. Speaker wil’ be Dr. Victor M. Victoroff, di rector of Huron Road Hospital’. Department of Psychiatry. Local Students In BW MuskaL Two East Clevelanders will participate in a two-day contem porary music festival to be heh’ at Baldwin-Wallace College to morrow and Saturday in the Kulas Musical Arts Building. Ralph Lockwood, a junioi will p'ay the French horn at the 4 p. m. concert Saturday. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Lockwood, 1823 Rose mont rd. Tom Woehrman, a sophomore will play the trombone at the p. m. concert Saturday. He i: the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Woehrman, 13604 Claiborne. Several works of Vincent Persichetti and other leadin.' figures in contemporary music will be included in the program. Persichetti will be at Baldwin Wallace during the Festival. For reservations, call the Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory of Music, BE. 4-5474. Jr, Mr. Thomas 0. Meinhardt Shaw Basketball Coach, East Cleveland, Ohio Dear Tom: The 133 air raid sirens wil’ sound in Cuyahoga County on Friday at 4:15 p. m., it was an nounced by John J. Pokorny County Civil Defense Coordina tor. The Friday test is one of series of try-outs for the sys tem, which gives Civil Defense officials an opportunity to check the performance of each siren. The sirens will be heard fo: two minutes on each of the two signals with a minute of silcnci between the first and second. Promptly at 4:15 p. m. the “Alert” signal will sound for two minutes. This is a high itc’.ted steady blast which means listen to radio or TV sta tions for Civil Defense instruc tions and information. After a wait of one minute he ‘‘Take Cover” sign?! will heard for two minutes. In a real Golden Agers To Organize A new Golden Age group will '.ave an organization meeting at the Trinity E. U. B. church Thursday, Jan. 31st at 2 p.m. All senior citizens, 60 or over are welcome at this meeting. The church is located nt the corner of Hayden and Alder aves. Volume No. 22—No. 4 East Cleveland, Ohio By Mail $6.00 Per Year An Open Letter To Coach Tom Meinhardt Once we called the Shaw basketball team “dismal". This terminology was used not as a reflection on you aa coach or your team but to describe the dismal record of the eagers up to that point. Last week, we went a little bit further and mentioned how the Shaw quintet was to face “unbeatable” Euclid. You expressed unhappiness for our use of the word dismal and stated how such wordage would affect the morale of the team and even keep spectators away. Of course your fears were unfounded and this was evident at last week’s tilt with Euclid. Your team was magnificent and there were plenty of Shaw rooters on hand, even though the gume was on the Euclid court. We were most pleased with the upset victory by Shaw and feel this proves a point. We do not expect to be blamed for a team’s playing ability because of any frank appraisal that might not be flowery, any more than we should take credit for good showings because we might mention a team with laudatory prose. We have praised many throughout the years and never once have been given credit for a team’s fine showing. The point we would like to make, Tom, is that you as coach and your team must stand on your own talents, ac complishments and records. And, as a result of your tremendous victory last Friday, it looks from this corner that you and the Shaw team are on solid ground. Never before did we se? such spirit and gameness. Your team did a fine job and we congratulate you and your Cardinals. Genially your, Gene Hersh Test Air Raid Sirens emergency, this up and down or wailing sound would mean to seek the best available shelter as soon as it is heard. No public participation is re quested for this test according a Civil Defense officials. Double Trouble For Twins A set of twins had twin roubles recently and had many persons connected with the East Cleveland Municipal court see :ig doub’e. It all ended in court last Monday when the twins appear ed before Judge Stanton Ad dams. They were arrested on Dec. 26th on Eddy rd., in tw different automobiles—but witl nearly identical violations. One was charged with having a bad muffler, one bad light, ne license plate. The other charged with having one bad nuffler and one bad light. Nei ther had his driver’s license on him. For the five violations. Judge Addams gave the pair a total ?20 fine. A Ml? *•4 A 4 OPEN HOUSE AND TRADE FAIR will be held at the East Cleveldnd Center of Junior Achievement, 14210 Euclid ave., Monday through Thursday from 7 to 9 p. m. Shown here is a business session of a Junior Achievement company and a produc tion line in full swing. The public is invited to come to see the Junior Achievers in operation. 'I East Cleveland Leader The East Cleveland Leader. The SCOOP and Euclid News-Journal Give Advertisers Complete Coverage In Northeast Greater Cleveland RECENTLY INSTALLED as new president of the East Cleveland Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 39, was Det. Al Hospodar (left). He is shown receiving the gavel from Ptl. William Hennie, who served as pres ident of the organization the past two years. Installa tion of new officers will be held at the Pick-Carter Hotel, Saturday, Feb. 9th. Nine Shaw Musicians Play With NE Group Nine members of the Shaw High Orchestra were selected to play with the Northeast Region (Ohio) Orchestra last Saturday. This orchestra is one of six such gumps f"imcd in the state under th? auspices of the Ohio Music Educators Association. The personnel for the 132-piece Northeast Ohio Orchestra was c’os^n from thirty three participating schools. The following Shaw’ High students were chosen for the orchestra: Maryelln Manley. 1st Violin Molly Bayliss and Nancy Crabtree, Cello William Blossom and Eugene Flink. Contrabass Mary Mann, Oboe Ingrid Carlson, French Horn Paul Magnusson and Roger Horvath, Trumpet. The group of talented high school students met at Max Hayes High School on Cleve- Women s Club Holds Annual Dinner Meet The East Cleveland Women’s Club will hold its annual din ner Thursday, Jan. 31st in the Fellowship Hall of Windermere Methodist Church, Holyoke and Euclid. The event starts with a so cial hour at 6:15 and dinner will be served at 6:45 p. m. The popular affair will fea ture Eileen Benninghoff who will show slides and narrate about her adventures in Alaska. The dinner is for club mem bers, their husbands and guests of members only. Reservations can be made through Mrs. A. E. Griffith, FA. 1-0074. Famed Women's Glee Club to Perform Here Monday evening at 8 p. m.. the Otterbein College Women’s Glee Club will present a con cert of sacred music at Trinity E.U.B. Church located at Alder ave., and Hayden. Otterbein College, supported by the Evangelical United Brethren Church, and located in Westerville, 0., just north of Columbus, is rapidly becoming one of Ohio's top small col leges. The women of the Glee Club represent a cross-section of the College rather than being from the music department alone. The 45 member choir is di rected by Dr. L.L. Shackson, head of the College Music De partment. The appearance of the Glee Club in this area is part of a five-day Winter tour taking them to churches, schools, and hospitals throughout Northern Ohio. Jeanne Leohner from Balti more, Ohio, is President of the group. One member, Imodale Caulker, is the daughter of Richard Kelfa-Caulker, Ambas sador to the United States from Sierra Leone. I ... land’s west side for eight and a half hours of rehearsing and an evening performance on Saturday. Mr. Louis Krch. di rector of the Kent State Uni versity Orchestra, conducted the day’s musical activities. William Blossom was chosen from this orchestra to play with tlie All-Ohio Orchestra tha* mr".*.', at Ohio Wfe’»yai University in February for three day ses-ion. Fl ink and Magnusson, also nf Shaw, were named as alternates to the state group. Booth Adds Blood Bank Due to i« expanded pro gram in Obstetrics and Gynecology and fulfilling the demands that are made on its resources as a community Hospital. Booth Memorial Hospital has enlarged its program to include a Blood Bank Service. Blood donors are needed im mediately The Department will be opened for donors on Mon days and Thursdays between the hours of 1:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. and on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to noon. Direct enquiries to: Booth Memorial Hospital, Blood Bank Service. Torbenson dr.. Clex eland 12, or Telephone IV. 6-4100. Miss Koenig Starts Chores As Teacher Barbara Koenig. 2129 Mt. Vernon blvd., who has been as igned first grade and kinder garten at Indiana Village School, Ft. Wayne. Ind., is among 173 student teachers from Indiana University who will begin teaching assign ments Monday, in elementary •schools throughout the Hoosier state. Korb Swimming Korb Center Pool’s new swim classes for beginner, advance beginner, and intermediate swimmers will start Satur day morning. Registration and screening for beginner and advance be ginner will be at 10 and for in- In Charge Miss Mary Louise Fritz. 1875 Forest Hills blvd., w'as in charge of the program for a meeting of the Northeastern Ohio District of the American Physical Therapy Association held at the Visiting Nurse As sociation, 3300 Chester ave., Tuesday. A panel of four physical therapists and a psychologist discussed the question: “What Makes For »b Satisfaction”. Miss Fritz is a physical therapist at the Sunbeam School For Crippled Children.117400 Euclid ave. Thursday, January 24, 1963 The Shaw High Cardinal bas ketball team, after dropping its first four in a row in Lake Erie League play, now has steam rolled to four straight wins after downing un defeated Euclid, Friday 55 to 54 at Euclid and then trouncing Valley Forge 78 to 37 on Satur day at Valley. The Euclid win was espe cially satisfying to Coach Tom Meinhardt and his fighting Cagers for it not only knocked Euclid out of the undefeated rink, but also avenged the Cardinals’ earlier loss to the Panthers. The Panthers took an early lead most of which came from the foul line and led 16 to 11 at the end of the first quar ter. However. the Cardinals, sparked hy some hot shooting in the second quarter and a very tight zone defense rallied to lead 27 to 22 at half time. Saturday night the Cardinals jumped off to an early lead as they time after time used their fast break and the hot shooting of Mike Malec and Jim Smalley to take a 39 to 21 half-time lead. They extended it to 57 to 22 at the end of three quarters when Coach Meinhardt emptied his bench to give the rest of the team valuable game ex perience. The final score was Shaw 78, Valley Forge 37. Malec in hitting 10 out of 18 field goals, plus 1 foul shot led the socring with 21 points, while the Cardinals scoring leader. Jim Smalley, contrihtued 16. This week end the Cardinals will face Brush at Shaw and will be seeking number five in the league and will he hoping to add to their 7 wins. 4 losses record thus far this year. The Cardinals defeated Brush earlier in the year at Brush, but the Arcs were without one of their better players in Ken Smith, who will he back for a rack at the Cardinals tomor row. Classes Start :.’rmediate swimmer at 11. Ail Saturday classes will run through May 25th. New speed swimming classes will start on Tuesday and will meet each Tuesday from 6:30- Stroke correction and endur ance in all four competitive strokes are the main objective of this class. For more informa tion contact Niel Skinner, pool director. Europe Bound Airman Third Cla-s John C. Schneider is being reassigned to a unit of the United States Air Forces in Europe following his graduation from the USAF technical training course for weapons mechanics here. Airman Schneider was train ed to load, maintain and inspect the weapons used in Air Force fighter and bomber aircraft. The airman, a graduate of Shaw' High School, is the son of Mrs. Louise E. Schneider, Inspired Shaw Cagers Are Hottest in LEI f. In the third quarter Euclid rolled off four quick baskets and appeared to he on their way to their ninth straight win. but the Cardinals were not to he denied as they tight ened up their defense and rallied behind the hot shoot ing of Bruce Matte and Tin Shoda to regain the lead, and ’.cd at the end of the third stanza. Nip and Tuck In the fourth quarter it be came a nip and tuck battle as the Panthers rallied to tie the game with a minute and six seconds left. Berk* Rcichenhack tallied a free throw with 29 seconds left to put Euclid in the lead. The Cardinals then called time out and set up their last strategy. Tim Shoda parsed over the middle to Bruce Matte who took two dribbles and then shot tn score the winning bas ket for iiie ardinals. This was probably one th finest, team victories seen in several years here at Shaw. Special recognition should also go to the great rebounding of Jim Snrnlky and Jay Meyers, who also contributed 20 points between them to the Shaw at tack Shoda led all scorers on the Cardinal team with 15 points. f- 1 ir ’-A-v FI3ST COAL Area Firms Visited by Armed Forces Fourteen student- and fac ulty members of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces. Washington. D. C. are visiting a group of representative in dustrial facilities in the Cleve land-Akron area this week. The purpose of the visit is to give the students a first hand understanding of the op crationa’, managerial, labor and financial problems of typiea’ American Industries. Facilities to be visted include Thompson Ramo Wooldridge Inc., 23555 Euclid ave.: Brush Beryllium Co.. 17876 St. Claii ave. and the General Electric Co., Nela Park. Marshall Speaks R. P. Hosier. Deputy U. S. Marshall in th s area, will be the speaker when East Cleveland Kiwanis Club meets next Mon day noon at the East Cleveland YMCA. His subject is “The Duties of a U. S. Marshall.” Two new Junior Kiwatiians from Shaw High School were introduced to the club at last week’s meeting. They were Pat Noon, nf 16328 Glynn rd.. and Skip Schreck, of 1888 W y more rd. Seek Sister of Mrs. Berch .Mr«. Carl (Kate) Kerch of 1069 Rose hlvd.. Highland Heights, is very ill in Rich mond Heights Hospital. The family would like Mrs. Kerch’s sister to get in touch with them. Her name is Mrs. Agnes Wengenroth and it is believed she is living with a family in this area. If you have any informa tion regarding Mrs. Wengen roth, please call Mrs. Richard Reese. H. 2-2109. EAST CLEVELAND'S OFFICIAL FLAG r‘. 'fL 400^ i.' v H'- -V-- Miami Grant Established By Former Shaw Teacher An annual prize for Miami University’s top home econom ics senior is being established hrough a $1,000 bequest frmr one of its early graduates in the. field. Miami President John 1). Mil lett today announced that the gift has been received from the esta.e of the late Mtss An tta Klippie, a Brookville. Ind.. native and r.*18 Miami gradu- s ,■.... scored for East Cleveland in the heated Contest between Shaw and Euclid last Friday was made by Tim Shoda (13). Looking on are Euclid players, Roger Murphy (12), Jeff Bartholomew 22) and Shaw s Mike Malec. The East Clevelanders won the game 55-54. ate who taught home econom ics in Ea«t Cleveland for 38 years. Th- gift is intended to pro vide the capital for an annual prize in home economics to be granted to the best all-round student graduating in that de partment.’’ Dr. Millet said. "A "^rtin’ prize may he awarded this spring from interest ac crued in tne first fe.v months of the fund." “The administrator for Miss Kbpple's estate informs us that her wish to establish this re quest was expressed merely in a letter which legally was not binding: however, her sisters, the Misses May A. and Amelia Klippie of Brookville, urged that her wish be carried out." Miss Klippie taught fn-’s courses and managed the cafe teria for Shaw High School in East Cleveland from February 1!'19 until 193ft she then taught home economics a: W. H. K ik Junior High School in E’-’t Cleveland until retirement :n She died Nov. l?th. 1'.' 1. She had taken the two-ycir teacher course at Indiana Teruhers College, Terre Har '. after graduation from Brook ville High School, then taught a year at Alquina. near Con nersville, Ind., before coming to Miami for its relatively n°w home economics program. Miss Klippie was food man ager for the Student Amy Train ng Corp« iSATCl unit ar Miami University for several nonths after graduation, lu 1932. she obtained a master’s degree from Columbia Univc’ sity. Ball State Teachers College, Muncie. Ind.. in November honored Miss May A. Klipple, hy giving her name to a section of its new Noyei Rpsider,,,e Hall Complex. She taught Eng lish at Ball Stat? from 1921, fourth year of it« existence, tn 1947 for several years she also was its Dean of Women. Discuss Plans For Exhibits East Cleveland Philatelic So ciety will discuss plans for its coming Stamp Exhibit at to night's meeting at 7:30 in the YMCA. Lee rd. and Euclid ave. The auction and swap sessions will follow’ the regular business meeting. James Lam her' will be guest speaker at the Feb. 14th gather ing. Speaker for the Feb. 28th meeting will be L. W. Christian son. The annual Stamp Exhibit and Bourse will he held April 27th and 28th. Sidney R. Smith. 14100 Baldwin ave.. is the bourse and publicity chairman.