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East Cleveland leader. [volume] (East Cleveland, Ohio) 1942-1970, November 03, 1949, Image 3

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Thursday, November 8, 1949
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Wedding notices may be sent,
signed, to Elsa C. Berg, 15632
Euclid ave. to be received by
Monday. Pictures, for which
there is a charge, must be re
ceived by Saturday prior to pub
lication date.
Macho-Andrews
James
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Macho have, returned from their
honeymoon spent in New York
City and are at home at 14513
Savanah ave. The former Ruth
Anne Andrews, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Andrews, 12G0
Cleveland Heights blvd., Cleveland
Heights, and Mr. Macho, son of
Mrs. Antoinette Macho, 14301
Strathmore ave. were married Oc
tober 22nd in Christ the King
Catholic Church. A breakfast and
a reception followed at Owens
Plantation.
Mr. Macho attends Adelbert Col
lege
sity.
of Western Reserve Univer-
Bode-Monroe
double ring
in Christ
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Saturday,
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October 22nd, Miss Eleanor Jane
Monroe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Basil Jay Monroe, 2880 Woodbury
rd., Shaker Heights and Mr. Paul
William Bode, son of Mr. and
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Mrs. William Bode, 1864 Allendale
rd., East Cleveland, were married
by the rector, Rev. Maxfield
Dowell. A' reception followed at
the Alcazar Hotel.
Mr. Bode and his bride attended
Kent State University.
Fitzpatrick-Hoy
In a lovely wedding Saturday
in Christ the King Catholic Church
Miss Jane Catherine Hoy, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Hoy,
1600 Westdale rd., South Euclid,
and Mr. Richard Joseph Fitzpa
trick, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Fitzpatrick, 13610 Milan ave.,
East Cleveland pledged their nup
tial troth, the bride being given
in marriage by her father.
The bride had chosen a wedding
gown in white satin with a fitted
bodice and long sleeves. The full
skirt had a bustle back which fell
into a long train. Her fingertip veil
was attached to a cap made from
lace from her mother’s wedding
gown.
Her attendants wore velvet
gowns in princess style. Her sis
ter, Miss Nancy Hoy as maid of
Honor was in gold, and Miss Maur
een Duffy and Miss Sally Hoy,
another sister, as bridesmaids were
in green.
Mr. Fitzpatrick had his brother
Jack as his be^t man. Ushers were
Gerald Carthy and Terence Lynch.
Mrji Fitzpatrick is a graduate
of the University of California at
Los Angeles and Mr. Fitzpatrick
attended Western Reserve Univer
sity and is a graduate of Ohio
State University. The couple will
reside in Laguna Beach, Cal., mak
ing stopovers enroute west
their honeymoon.
Recent Births
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weddings, formal and in
formal, our flowers are
characteristically suitable,
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from advice on the cor
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14136 Euclid Ave.
LL 8983-84-85
now
CLEAN
Commissioners
Issue Joint
Statement
on
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
M. Thompson, 12705 Speedway
Overlook, a daughter, Ann, Oct. 20.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank T.
Farley, 13923 Baldwin, a daughter,
Anne Marie, Oct. 20.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James A.
Stranahan, 1782 N. Taylor, a boy,
Christopher James, Oct. 21.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Warren L.
Riehl, 1667 Lockwood, a daughter,
Jacquelin Zoe, Oct. 21.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A.
Steindler, 1208 Bender son,
Ronny Glen, Oct. 22.
Remarks of R. S. Horan, Presi
dent of the East Cleveland City
Commission at Commission Meet
ing November. 1st, 1949.
“This report for the first nine
months of 1949” said Mr. Horan,
“is an example of the type of pro
gram which has been developed and
carried through past years by the
City Commission, City Manager
Cerran, and the other City Ooffi
cials.
“Since Mr. Rice, Mr. Sutter and
I are candidates for re-election, we
have had numerous requests for a
statement of our platform. I, there
fore, feel that we should make our
position clear to the citizens with
this joint public statement.
“During the thirty-one years un
der Commission-Manager govern
ment, the East Cleveland City Com
missioners and officials have con
stantly endeavored to provide good
government and good services for
the citizens of this community at
a minimum cost. We believe that we
have been successful in this en
deavor as evidenced by the con
tinuing support of the overwhel
ming majority of our citizens.
“Our Police and Fire Depart
ments, our rubbish and garbage
disposal, and our other services
have been maintained on a high
plane and constantly improved.
Programs have been carried for
ward for street improvements, im
proved traffic control systems and
all of the othe facilities required
to operate a modern city. At the
same time, our expenses have been
kept within our income and our
bonded debt has been reduced to
the lowest figure in over thirty
years.
“Messrs. Rice, Sutter and I, dur
ing our terms of office, have
worked closely with City Manager
Carran and the other City officials
in continuing the type of govern
ment which this community has de
manded and supported. It is our
intention, if re-elected, to continue
our record of past years and im
prove it wherever possible in the
interests of good government and
good services for East Cleveland.
“We seek re-election on our re
cord. We feel that East Cleveland
government and services meet with
the approval of the great majority
of our citizens and that you will
support our administration with its
long record of good municipal ser
vice rather than make any changes.
Rice, Sutter and I particularly
urge all East Cleveland citizens to
vote on November 8th and we ask
that you support us for re-elec
tion.”
Health Department
Joins. VD Campaign
East Cleveland Department of
Health is co-operating in the na
tion-wide campaign now under
way to fight VD—venereal diseas
es. The Department is calling on
druggists and other persons whose
vocations bring them into contact
with persons afflicted with VD,
urging the recommendation of ex
pert medical advice for the treat
ment of the disease.
Hundreds of pamplets have been
distributed explaining the symp
tons and advising prompt medical
attention, the most important
weapon against the spread of VD.
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CITIZENS MANAGER PLAN COMMITTEE HAROLD M. MORSE, Chairman
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