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Thursday, November 24, 19*9
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good for what ails US.
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How many children on the East
Side of Cleveland receive so
cial sendee? How many people in
Shaker Heights benefit from Com
munity Chest supported Red
Feather service? Are residents of
the Central Areas actually helped
by the county welfare levy? Are
enough services to youth
nelled to those living in
juvenile deliquency areas
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814 EAST 152nd STREET
We could publish the best newspaper in the world,
but if it didn’t get into the homes in the community,
it wouldn’t be worth a cent to either us or our advertis
ers. Every person in our organiation is doing his best ltT .t,
to give you a good, newsy paper— and our circulation hr“ pa°uuSg
department tries hard every week to see that you get lour ]abor3 for one d‘ay in lhis
your Copy. I autumnal
For the past month the circulation personnel has been
making a re-check of the community, and. found that
some homes were being neglected. They think they’ve I
plugged up all holes, and now have the distributors
We want you to read our papSr every week, and if l?“Linlustr-e and for.the
for any reason you do not get it regularly. we’d like to e“Jch',,ousrp'1"t“s ble!sln8:’ wh,c1’
know. Excepting holiday weeks it should reach you on I
Thursday. If it doesn’t please call us on Friday morning I
And, we don’t mind a bit receiving
letters from our
readers telling us whether you do, or do not, like the I
local news we publish. A complaint now and then is I ‘‘We, deeply appreciate
Welfare Agency Study Shows Score
Is "Good" In East
^1 I I
chan
high
many
The answers to these and
similar questions of interest to
health and social workers, plan
ning groups, contributors, taxpay
ers and the community at large
are found in the first census tract
Just Phone Lk|rf]ie President’s Thanksgiving
The more than 100 cooperating I been made at this point.” He also
agencies reported their "active I pointed out that while several simi
cases” or “persons served” by cen-|lar studies have been published-in
sus tracts as of January 1, 1948.1 other communities in recent years,
______________________ all were based on estimates, guess
samples,
study is
and com-
^jlles, computations and
[I whereas the Cleveland
I JI based on actual figures
Iplete coverage.
I I Dr. Gehlke said that
I I specific conclusions
Day Proclamation
season and offer prayers
lof thanks to the Divine Giver of
lour bounty.
‘‘We are grateful for the plenti-
lfuI harvests of our fields, for the
(abundance of goods produced by
are thankful that our re­
sources enable us to aid the peoples
lof other countries in the further-
lance of economic well being and
security.
the
strength of our Demoeratrc mstitu-
Itions and the preservation of those
ideals of liberty and justice which
form the basis of national stability
and international peace. The times
Idemand more than the wisdom of
Iman can provide. There should be
viPVP’rinQ l*n the hearts of all good men and
Itrue a realization that as the psalm
studv of social services ever made said: ‘There is no king saved by
in Cleveland, just released by the the multitude of an host a mighty
Welfare Federation. nJan n°t del.vered by much
Published in an attractive book- Hreng‘h? Humbly grateful for
let titled “What’s The Score In Our these benefactions, may we add to
Neighborhoods?”, the study con- °ur prayers of thanksgiving a plea
sists of 52 maps which reveal in lfor dlvine guidance of the leaders
simple, graphic form the geograph
ic distribution of health and wel
fare services in the Cleveland
area in terms of where the people
who receive the services live. The
maps also demonstrate the rela
tionships of these services to basic
population characteristics and so-1 noted
cial breakdown data. I Saturday’s
A check of the maps covered I told of the huge increase in the
in the study indicates that East Ivote in the suburbs and the de
Cleveland is one of the higher I cline in Cleveland. It indicated
type communities, and requires lit- I that the political bosses are wor
tie from the Welfare Federation Iried. They should be.
agencies in the way of health and I It is a well known fact that the
welfare services. I big independent vote is always in
And, it also shows that East Ithe suburbs where folks refuse to
Cleveland literally teems with I be lead to the polls by the nose
members in such groups as the I by political hacks. Perhaps, event
YMCA, YWCA, Boy Scouts, Girls lually it will result in some needed
Scouts, Campfire Girls and such I changes in the courthouse which
character forming groups. These I has been under the control of
receive some support from the I Cleveland bosses for years, though
Welfare Federation. Ithe suburbs have voted for far
Statistics for the study were I abler men.
collected, analyzed and edited by I It also may lead to a change in
the late Ludwig A. Graner, former I complexion of the legislative del
research secretary of the Welfare legation we send down to Colum
Federation, and the material was I bus.
then turned over to Howard Whip- I The population shift is to the
pie Green, statistician and secre- |______ ______ __
tary of the Cleveland Health Coun- I
cil, whose office prepared the Mr. Graner. who died suddenly
maps. The study was undertaken I last summer shortly after complet
under the auspices of the Welfare ling his portion of the project,
Federation’s Research Committee, I stated in an introductory note
of which Dr. C. E. Gehlke of the I that “the findings are meant
Western Reserve University School Ito serve as reference material. No
of Applied Science is chairman. I attempt to interpret the data has
Suburban Vote Shows Population
Shift To Suburbs
with glee a story in
Plain Dealer which
while no
had been
I drawn with regard to the adequacy
I I of any given service in any given
I larea, he believes the study demon-
Istrates several general facts of
I importance to the entire conrmun
i I |ity.
I "First of all. the maps show
I I lat a glance something which the
iWelfare Federation, the Commun-
I lity Chest, and public officials have
pl been saying for a long time—
JI that we do have
,l|hensive network
[j ices throughout
a very com pre
of social serv
Greater Cleve-
I land,” the W.R.U. sociologist de
I dared. “They are interwoven
Ithrough every neighborhood in the
I county, and as a result, widespread
I benefits are reflected in the well
I being of our total community.
I “Second, and equally important.
JI the study brings out that these
I services are not just for the under
I privileged, 'but are used by many
I people in all parts of Cleveland
and the suburban areas. And
I third, it helps destroy the myth
that all social services are ‘relief’.
I by demonstrating that most of
them are actually preventive health
|and welfare services, designed to
|help the individual continue to be
a responsible and useful member
I of society.”
The maps show distribution of
I the following types of service and
services of specific agencies:
IChild care (with 31 participating
I agencies) institutions for the
I aged, tuberculosis cases, infant
rwelfare cases, preschool child
health cases, parochial child health
|cases, communicable disease cases,
|eye cases, prenatal cases, ortho
|pedic cases, juvenile delinquency
leases, private family welfare, gen
leral public relief and aid to the
I blind, aid for the aged,^ county
Iwelfare, services of the Y.M.C.A.,
Iy.W.C.A., Phillis Wheatley Asso-,
Iciation, Alta House, Council Edu
Icational Alliance, East End Neigh
Iborhood House, Friendly Inn, Good
Irich House, Hiram House, Karamu
iHouse, Merrick House, Music
I School Settlement, University Set
Itlement, West Side Community
I House, W’oodland Center, city
|school recreation
centers, Boy
Camp Fire Girls, Girl
Scouts,
I Scouts, Legal Aid Society and Vet
lerans Claims Bureau.
I Daniel R. Elliott, associate exe
Icutive secretary of the Welfare
Federation, who supervises the Re
search Department, said the Re
I search Committee is now deliberat
ling on whether to recommend that
Ithe census tract study should be
I made bienially or every five years.
I He pointed out the great amount
I of work involved for the reporting
agencies as well as the Research
I Department, but said the conamit
Itee believes the project is of such
lvalue that it should be repeated
periodically.
of our nation and the leaders of all
other nations in their efforts to
promote peace and .freedom for all
men.
“Now, therefore, I, Harry S. Tru
man, President of the United States
of America, having in mind the
joint congressional resolution of
December 26th, 1941, which made
the fourth Thursday in November
a legal holiday, do hereby proclaim
Thursday, November 24th, 1949, as
Thanksgiving Day, and I urge all
citizens to observe the day with
reverence. Let us, on the appointed
day, in our homes and in our ac
customed places of worship, give
thanks to Almighty God for the
blessings which have signalized our
lot as a nation, and let us ask
for the gift of wisdom in our striv
ing for a better world.
“In witness whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
the seal of the United States to be
affixed.
“Done at the city of Washington
this tenth day of November in the
year of our Lord nineteen hundred
and forty-nine and of the inde
pendence of the United States of
America the one hundred and
seventy-fourth.
(Signed) Harry S. Truman.”
Bosses Worry
suburbs and will continue until
Cleveland cleans up its slums and
provides for decent homes within
its limits.
Let’s see what Tom L. Terrell,(
deputy clerk of the Board of Elec
tions has to say on the subject, as
reported in the PD:
“Outlying precincts are growing
fast and the point now has been
reached that requires us to estab
lish many more voting stations in
the suburbs.
“W’e noticed election night that,
while the city results were re
ported to the board rather quickly,
the outlying precincts came in un
usually slowly. And we also no
ticed that the suburban stations
had most of the long lines and
jams at peak hours.
“Just from a glance at the fig
ures,” continued Terrell, “the big
voting increase seems to be in
Rocky River. Fairview, Euclid,
Mayfield Heights and Lyndhurst.
There probably are a few others
I’ve missed.
“Of course, we shall have to
make.an analysis of the shift but
we are convinced that the 1950
census is going to show some sur
prising things in this area. And
we are starting to work at once
on plans for handling the state
election next year in a different
manner.”
From a purely political view
point, the suburban turnout was
illuminating. The 139,826 total
represented 64% of the number
eligible to cast ballots, compared
with the 62.8% of the eligible
vity voters who went to the polls.
Still Republicans
Something observers long have
known was stressed again in the
official count—the suburban vot
ers are Republicans.
The test was the constitutional
amendment to give Ohio the Mas
sachusets-type ballot—an issue
which, along with the colored oleo
margarine initiated law and a
number of hot local contests, was
the lure that attracted suburban
voters.
The Massachusetts ballot ques
tion was sponsored and vigorously
supported by persons friendly to
the candidacy of United States
Senator Robert A. Taft. Because
it would knock out straight ticket
voting, it was strongly opposed
by labor and Democratic organiza
tions.
According to the certified tab
ulation, the ballot issue caried the
city proper with 57.6% favorable
vote. It carried the precincts out
side the city proper by a 73.96%
favorable vote.
Every Third
Traffic Victim
Is A Pedestrian
"TA KF! TIME TO WALK
SAFELY.”
This is an extremely dangerous
time of the year for pedestrians,
according to Chief Weaver, because
of the greatly increased danger
from
mean
(1)
nightfall. Fall and Winter
earlier darkness.
Obey traffic
Confer Degrees
The first class of candidates of
the Euclid Knights of Columbus
under the regime of Grand Knight
Edward P. McHugh, will receive
their major degrees at St. Paul’s
Church, on Chardon rd. Sunday,
November 27. This class is being
dedicated to Rev. Fr. R. L. Bom
bach, chaplain of the council and
pastor of St. Christine’s Church.
Membership chairman Willi *1
Kleinhenz reports that at least 50
men are ready for the degree. In
the evening under the direction of
James Gornik and Lawrence Bar
one, a celebration banquet will be
served at Twlight Gardens four
miles east of Vine st., on Lake
Shore blvd. Dancing will follow.
Speaker of the evening will be
Fr. Urban E. Gerhart, assistant
pastor of St. William’s Church.
In the morning the regular
quarterly communion with special
services will be held at St. Chris
tine’s Church, East 22nd st. at 8
a. m. Fr. Bom bach will be cele
brant, while Bert Parlington is
chairman of the Ceremony. Honor
guards at the mass will be mem
bers of the Fourth Degree in full
dress.
Reservations for the banquet
must be in by Friday, November
25 to ticket chairman, Francis W.
Beck, GLenville 4383 Syl Hoag,
REdwood 2154 or William Klein
henz, REdwood 0807.
Ihur -Fr' 'So‘’
signals and
signs.
Cross
sections and
crosswalks.
Look carefully all ways be
fore stepping into the street
or highway and keep alert
all the way across.
Be extra careful where
streets
(3)
only at inter
stay within
(4)
there are parked cars or other
obstacles to obscure your
view or the view of drivers.
(5) Don’t leave the curb until
you have plenty of time to
get all the way across the
street before approaching
traffic
(6) Where
walks,
the roadway, facing traffic,
and at night wear light
colored clothing* or some
thing that will reflect light.
“Remember,” Chief Weaver said,
“safe walking pays. Heads Up—
Don’t Be Struck Down!”
can reach you.
there are no side
walk to the left of
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Fretted Fruit Punch Chilled Tomato Juice
Fr.th Fruit Cup
Broth Shrimp Cocktail (.SO extra
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Baked Sugar Cured Hom Hawaiian Sauce I BS
Broiled Beef Tenderloin Steak and
French Fried Onion Ring* 2 35
CHOICE OF
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Candied Sweet Prtatoet
French Fried Potatoet Whipped Potatoes
Molded Cranberry Salad with Pineapple
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Head lettuce Salad with Green Goddett Greeting
Stuffed Prune and Sliced Orange Salad
Raited Ralls Poppy Seed Roll* Sweet ReUs
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Hot Mince Meat Pio
Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Create
Freth Apple Pie
Fudge Cake Coconut layer Cale
New England Plum Pudding with Hard Sauce
Pineapple Rice Delight Baked Apple and Cream
Rainbow Gelatine, Peppermint Chocolate Sundae
Orange or Raspberry Sherbet
Butterscotch Shortcake
Howard Johnson Famous Ice Creams
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