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Mail Addresses
Business: HI4 E. I5?nd St.
Phone fsl.enville 1-4383
News: 14600 Euclid Ave.
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Hi Ys Enlist In
Peanut Barrage
Due Saturday
The Peanut barrage is on. A
veritable army of boys is joining
the ranks of Camp Fire Girls and
other volunteers in putting over
the Kiwanis National Kids Day
observance here Saturday.
YMCA Secretary William Cum
ler and Physical Ed Director Jim
North have issued the call to boys
through visits to the schools. “The
response should bring out enough
boys to man every street corner
on the list” states Mr. North. “We
told them this is the time to eome
out and help Kiwanis which has
done so much for them through the
YMCA”.
Boys will meet at their respec
tive school playgrounds at 8:30
from where the Y Bus ($1,000 of
which is a Kiwanis gift) will trans
port them to the Y House on Lee
rd.
Here the boys will meet their
Kiwanis guides and be assigned
their particular spot for their sell-
Irate Passenger
Slashes CTS Driver
Police are searching for a man
who on Tuesday slashed Richard
Bryan, 37, a CTS bus driver, when
informed that Euclid and Alvason
aves. is not a transfer stop.
While horrified, passengers
looked on, the irate passenger at
tacked Bryan with a switch-knife,
and, when the driver attempted to
escape his assailant by running
into the yard of the Flynn-Froelk
funeral home followed and slashed
Bryan as he raised his arm to
sheild his face. The man then ran
west and escaped.
Bryan, who resides at 6124 Glass
ave., N.E., was treated at Huron
Road Hospital.
This 'N That
From time to time this column
has bemoaned the littered streets
and public places of our fair city.
The problem reached into the City
Commission Tuesday night when
Commissioner Walter H. Sutter
asked what the city could do, and
what other cities are doing, to
maintain a neat appearance.
Mr. Sutter commented that
there are towns noticeably clean
and East Cleveland should be one
of them.
Maybe there is something the
city can do about it. Maybe there
is something business can do about
it. But when it comes right down
to the source, it is the ’violator,
John Q. Public who can and who
should do something about this
civic problem.
Just take a glance at most any
sidewalk, any street, Mny park,
any playground, or any public
vehicle. Whence that litter? Be
cause of the carelessness or the in
difference of the people who have
been there.
This problem of a cleaner city
can be met when each resident
accepts it as his own personal
responsibility. It could come to
pass that violators could be made
to feel rather uncomfortable.
The city has 33 waste contain
ers about town. It is adding four
more at a cost of $34 each. Why
not use them for those bits of
paper now tossed wherever one
happens to be ... or tuck them
into purse or pocket until one
meets up with a waste paper bas
ket. Ninety-nine times out of a
hundred they are less weighty than
the cigarette or the candy bar they
covered. All that is required is
determination, perseverance and
patience.
Naturally there will be scatter
ings of leaves, street dust, etc., but
this alone would be far better than
the dozens of discarded items that
now litter our streets.
While waiting with interest for
the city’s report of what other
communities are doing to keep neat
and clean, let’s get busy in our own
individual way. Any suggestions?
Yours for a Neat City
ECB.
Operation Safety
1953
18
Deathless Days
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Be sure your
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't here
Volume No. XL—No. 39
ing of peanuts ... the visible re­
ceipt for the contributions they
will seek from every passerby.
Following their duty hours the
boys will be returned
school yard.
to their
and Mr.
boys to
However, Mr. Cumler
North are inviting the
bring their lunches and stay on for
the Flag Football Clinic to be held
after lunch. The lunches will be
kept at the Y House until the* boys
return for them. Each lunch
should be identified with its own
er’s name.
In the meanwhile Campfire
Girls under direction of Jim Bate
man will be conducting their door
to-door canvass for funds, also
giving peanuts as a receipt for
the gift.
Kiwanis Chairman Bob Kerr re
ports 115 boxes of peanuts dis
tributed to the business houses on
Monday, to start off the National
Kids Day observance.
Friday night the Kiwanis carry
their campaign to Shaw Stadium
where the two friendly rivals,
Shaw and Collinwood are playing
their annual grid game. Al Seigal,
the new concessionaire at the Sta
dium is lending his full co-opera
tion to the peanut invasion. Fans
are reminded to be prepared.
“Every penny of the money re
ceived here in this National Kids
Day campaign is spent in East
Cleveland”, declares Kiwanis Na
tional Kids Day chairman. “It sup
ports a dental and milk program
in the schools, it sends boys to
camp, it aids the school safety pro
gram of the city’s police depart
ment, it means continuing support
of the city’s biggest single boys’
organization, the YMCA”.
Newest in its gifts to the YMCA
is a check for $300 with which to
equip a workshop where boys and
their parents can work together,
following their own “make it
yourself” desires to their heart’s
content.
Cash in on a bag of peanuts.
Three Auxiliary
Members Named
To County Unit
Three members of East Cleve
land American Legion Auxiliary,
Unit No. 163, are now serving Cuy
ahoga County American Legion
Auxiliary organizations.
Mrs. Fred G. Jackson, a past
President of Unit No. 163 appoint
ed Rehabilitation chairman of the
13th District American Legion
Auxiliary.
Mrs. Margaret Sords, first vice
President of Unit No. 163 has been
appointed Child Welfare Chairman
of Cuyahoga County Council.
Mrs. Fred W. Frey, who was
elected assistant secretary of Cuya
hoga County Council this year, has
been appointed a member of its
ways and means dommittee.
Mrs. Frey has served as Treas
urer, assistant secretary, first and
second vice president and is now
President of East Cleveland, Amer
ican Legion Auxiliary Unit No.
163. She has been chairman of the
following committees: American
ism, 'Fan-American, Membership
and Rehabilitation.
Mrs. Frey was chairman of Cuy
ahoga County Council Library
Committee, serving Marine Hospi
tal last year after serving three
previous years as a member of the
Library Committee.
Pedestrian Hit By
Auto, Improving
Condition ‘improved’ is the report
from Huron Road Hospital of John
Hoban, 59, of 14731 Coit rd. who
was struck by an automobile Sep
tember 20th as he crossed Euclid
ave. near Alvasan rd.
Mr. Hoban, a switchman for the
Nickel Plate Railroad, received in
ternal injuries, a skull fracture and
lacerations as he was crossing the
street at 12:03 a. m.
Another motorist reported to
police that he just escaped hitting
the pedestrian.
The driver of the car, a 19-year
old Shaker Heights college student,
told police he did not see Hoban.
The driver was not held.
Pool Closed
Due to repairs being made at
Shaw Pool, no YWCA classes
will be held this Thursday or
Saturday, it is announced by
the YW.
Registrations for these classes
will be received at Shaw Thurs
day from to 8 and on Saturday
Kiwanians Put
Up Grid Trophy
Something new is being added
to the annual Shaw-Collinwood
football game which is being
staged for the 26th time tomor
row night (Friday) at Shaw
Stadium.
The long neighborhood grid
rivalry, one of Greater Cleve
land’s top scholastic contests, has
been known for the fine sports
manship displayed annually.
Always interested in youth ac
tivities, the Kiwanis Clubs of
East Cleveland and Northeast
Cleveland are providing a rotat
ing trophy for this annual game.
The team winning the trophy
three times will gain permanent
possession and then a new trophy
will be provided.
Easterners
Go Western
Believing that dressing the part
is much of the fun of going west,
Kitty and Cappy Ricks are pictured
here in the customary Western ap
parel purchased at no less a
famous mart than Walls, in Walls,
South Dakota, long famed for all
things Western.
The well known Euclid ave.
East Cleveland
Community
to provide
service for
was a four
poned
Picnic, waiting over
their customary P-A
that event. Their goal
day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clair
Nicklin and family at Hot Springs,
South Dakota.
The travelers chose Route 16
through the acres of cornland
country o Southern Minnesota
where they report the most beauti
ful sunsets they have ever seen.
Crossing the plains they arrived in
Mitchell, South Dakota in time to
get pictures of the re-decorating
of the world’s only Corn Palace,
being prepared for the annual corn
festival.
Still westward through the Bad
Lands—the lands that time forgot
—for 35 miles of awe-inspiring tra
veling. And the stopover at Walls.
On to Custer State Park where the
deer and the antelope play, and
where the burro and the buffalo
roam. The burros come right up to
one’s car, begging handouts. More
fun.
“Then on o ML Rushmore” re
ports Mrs. Ricks, “Where the four
great president’s heads are carved.
I got chills just looking at iL Oh.
Such splendor!”
At Hot Springs they had the
pleasure of swimming in “The
Evans Plunge”, an indoor pool
where 5000 gallons of a natural
hot water Springs 93 degrees) rush
through every minute. Hot Springs
is in the heart of a wealth of scenic
and points, and the Ricks were pri
vileged to see them all, including
the great Angostura Dam, and
climbing to the top of Mt. Coolidge.
The return trip on Route 20 took
the travelers through Northern
Nebraska and Iowa, and home to
re-open their radio and record shop
at 15929 Euclid ave. with memories I
of a trip they will never forget, and
which in their usual happy way,
they are ready to share with their
many friends.
Flag Football
Clinic-Prevue
The Annual Flag Football Clin
ic and Prevue will be
Saturday at the East
YMCA at 2:00 p. m.
held this
Cleveland
the game
Fundamental skills of
will be explained and demon
strated by members of the Shaw
Varsity including blocking, pass
ing, kicking, running and center
ing skills. There will also be ex
plained basic pass patterns and
plays. Rules of the game will also
be explained and distributed.
A prevue will follow the clinic
with three 10 minute games
follows:
as
Mayfair vs. Superior.
Prospect vs. Rozelle.
Chapibers vs. Caledonia.
Everyone is invited. See
Saturday.
you
will
The Flag Football season
open Monday, September 28, 29
and 80.
East Cleveland I^eader
Published In Conjunction with The SCOOP In Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal In Euclid
Thursday, September 24, 1953 East Cleveland, Ohio
Cardinal
Libby
Special
busi­
ness couple were off bright and
early the morning after the post­
“All aboard for Toledo.*
Such will be the call from
East Cleveland Railroad Station
at 4:30 o’clock the afternoon of
Friday, October 30th as Shaw High
School gridders, the band, stu
dents and fans are off on the
Cardinal Special for the game that
night with Toledo Libby High.
the
This is an entirely new adven
ture for Shaw, states Athletic
Faculty Manager Bob Louis, who
makes the announcement.
Mr. Louis explains that this is
a package trip. The $5.75 student
fee and the $6.75 adult fee will in
clude the railroad fare to and re
turn from Toledo, and bus fare
from the Toledo station to Toledo
Stadium and return. The higher
adult package price is due to the_
usual ctJst of the adult tickets over
students rates.
For persons having railroad
passes, the service charge will be
$2.00. This covers cost of game
ticket and the bus in Toledo.
All reservations must be made
with the Shaw Athletic office
which is open every school day
from 8.to 4 o’clock. The final res
ervation date is Monday, October
19th.
The special train will include
five reclining chair coaches, one
day coach and one combination ob
servation and lunch coach.
Refreshments aboard, sand
wiches and soft drinks, will be sold
by a school organization.
A guarantee of 300 persons is
necessary to secure the Cardinal
Special, including team, band, stu
dents and adult fans, states Mr.
Louis.
As a further service the Cleve
land Transit System is ready to
provide buses for the Hayden,
Euclid and Noble rd. lines when
the train returns to East Cleveland
at 1:00 a. m. if a sufficient num
ber of passengers request it. This
request should be made at the time
of reservation, if possible, or no
later than the 4:30 train departure
time for Toledo.
Hahn Estate
Value $306,322
In an inventory filed Tuesday,
September 22nd in Probate Court,
an estate valued at $306,322 was
left by Emil P. Hahn, 50, owner
of the Hahn Manufacturing Co.
Hahn and his wife, Helen, died
in August from injuries received
in an automobile accident near
Daytona Beach, Fla. Neither left
a will.
His holdings and those of his
wife, which were estimated at
$5,000, will pass to their sons,
Robert G. and Paul E. Hahn. Their
home was at 1503 Burlington rd.,
Forest Hills.
Turn Back The
Clock
Daylight Savings Time of flci
ally steps aside for Eastern
Standard Time Sunday, Septem
ber 27th at 2 p. m. Just turn the
hands of the clock back before
retiring Saturday night.
The winter summer time
\schedule is set in this area by
ordinances enacted by the re
spective municipalities.
Persons traveling on public
transportation on or soon after
Sunday, should check schedules,
which often change on that date
with the moving of the clock
hands. Railroad schedules have
been retained at Eastern Stand
ard time.
When the Shaw Cardinals take
on the Collinwood Railroaders to
morrow night, the gridders shown
above will be out to avenge last
year’s setback. In the picture are
members of the team, returning
lettermen, most of whom saw ac
tion in the 1952 game: Back row—
Hanson (91), Cathcart (57), Fol
lett (7), Kohagen (56), Kalas (47)
and Morrison (30). Front Dal
lessandro (46), Clay (93), Hunton
(84), Lowery (36) and Whitacre
(60).
Players on Shaw’s team are
numbered as the proa were recent
ly: twenties for the centers, thir
ties for the guards, forties for the
tackles, fifties for the ends, sixties
for the quarterbacks, seventies for
the fullbacks and eighties
nineties for the halfbacks.
and
Notice To
Candidates
East Cleveland will have seven
candidates seeking local office on
the November ballot. Of these four
seek the four vacancies on the
City Commission, and three seek
the two berths on the Board of
Education,
It is the policy of the East
Cleveland Leader to provide space
for every candidate for local office
to present his qualifications to the
citizens, along with
his platform,
our desire to
equal oppor
columns, we
Inasmuch as it is
give each candidate
tunity in our news
have decided to set aside space in
our publication of October 22nd
for this purpose.
Statements should be confined
to a biographical sketch of the
candidate and brief summary of
his platform. Copy should reach
us on the Monday proceeding date
of publication. We reserve the
right to cut too lengthy copy and
to eliminate any libelous or in
accurate statements.
Any other campaign notices will
be classified as “Political Adver
tising”. They must be signed by an
authorized person and be paid for
at the
rate.
regular political advertising
C. E. Bowman, Editor
Shutter Bugs To
Hold Open House
Next Thursday
The members of the East
Cleveland Camera Club shared
vacations, as recorded in movies
and slides, at their first regular
Fall meeting last Thursday eve
ning at Windermere Presbyterian
Church.
Plans were completed for an
Open House on Thursday, October
1st, at 8:00 p. m. The newly com
pleted dark room will be open for
inspection. There will be movies,
slides and a display of prints re
freshments will be served.
Committee members working to
insure the success of the Open
House include Mr. Crandall Clark,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Kovach,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Cleaveland, and
Mrs. Virgil C. Batch.
Membership in this group, or
ganized a year ago, is open to
all camera enthusiasts of the area.
Meetings are held regularly on the
first and third Thursdays of each
month at Windermere Presbyterian
Church.
Open House On
Silver Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Stiles of 16323
Greyton rd., East Cleveland, are
celebrating their twenty-fifth Wed
ding Anniversary, and will hold
open house for their friends on
Sunday, September 27th from 2-7
o’clock.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Stiles, who
have been East Clevelanders for
the past 23 years, are employed
by General Electric Co. Mrs. Stiles
is at Nela Park and Mr. Stiles is
at the 152nd st. plant.
13,750 Circulation Guaranteed
Remind Landlords
Of Sanitary Code
Heat Requirement
With the coming of cooler days,
as well as cooler nights, persons
who are responsible for providing
heat in any building, apartment
or dwelling in East Cleveland, are
being reminded of the section of
the Sanitary Code relating to this
function.
The section provides that there
shall be no less than a 68 degree
Fahrenheit heat at all times be
tween the hours of 6:30 a. m. and
11 p. m. Neither the calendar nor
the outside temperature has any
thing to do with this regulation.
Violators may be fined up to
$50 for each offense. The section
also sets forth that each day in
which the violation occurs in con
sidered a
violation.
separate
Officers
and distinct
detailed to check heat
of tenants carry a
complaints
standard thermometer and take
several readings.
Cites Seven
Fire Hazards
In The Home
In connection with the annual
Home Inspections by the East
Cleveland Fire Department start
ing Monday, September 28th, Fire
Chief Fred W. Lang today speci
fied seven hazards which records
reveal, account for the most home
fires. He also adds a note of pre
vention with each one, as follows:
1. Careless smoking and hand
ling of matches. Make sure ciga
rettes and matches are out
throwing them away—and
smoke in bed!
2. Misuse of electricity,
wiring. Follow operating directions
for appliances and know the “safe
load” limits of your electric cir
cuits.
3. Defective and overheated
heating equipment, stoves and
lanterns. Inspect and clean period
ically, always keep these items in
good working order.
4. Careless handling of kero
sene, gasoline and other flammable
liquids. Never kindle stove or fur
nace fires with kerosene. Use only
approved metal containers if flam
mable liquids must be stored in
the house, dry cleaning with gaso
line and the like is not only old
fashioned, it’s deathly.
5. Bad housekeeping habits.
Clear attics, closets, basements of
papers, rags, old furniture because
rubbish is fuel that fire loves.
6. Defective or overheated chim
neys and flues. Check, clean and
repair regularly. Get rid of flam
mable wood shingle roofs.
7. Children and matches. The
smart parent keeps matches and
lighters out of the reach of curi
ous youngsters and teaches older
children how to use fire making
tools safely.
before
never
faulty
Church To Open
A Day Nursery
What is believed to be the first
nursery school in East Cleveland
to be operated by a church is being
undertaken at East Cleveland Con
gregational Church, Euclid at
Page aves. The school to open
October 5th under the direction of
Mrs. A. F. Wick, a skilled trained
nursery school worker, is being
sponsored by the church Board of
Religious Education as a pioneer
movement in this type of nursery
school.
Enrollment will be limited to 25
pupils aged three and four years.
Sessions will
e
held Mondays
through Fridays from 9 to 11:30
a. m.
Friday At Shaw Stadium
Rent Board Has
Only 24 Cases
To Last Night
After a lapse of two weeks the
East Cleveland Rent Board sched
uled a meeting for last Wednesday
evening. Up to this time the Board
had received 24 complaints and has
marked “finis” to most of them.
City Law Director A. E. Grif
fith, a member, reports that no
real difficulties have confronted
the board and congratulated land
lords and tenants in the 24 cases
for the fine way in which they
have co-operated to meet a com
mon ground of agreement.
The .last night’s meeting was
too late for a report today, since
the Leader goes to press on Wed
nesday.
In some cases the board has
found the rent increase justified.
In other cases it has persuaded
landlords to be more reasonable,
and they have agreed. In a few
instances one formal complaint has
represented a number of tenants
in the same building, their griev
ance being similar.
Observe Golden
Wedding Sunday
Open House will be observed on
Sunday, September 27th, in honor
of the Golden Wedding Anniver
sary of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Seitz,
both 73 years young. Festivities
will be at the home of their son-in
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Peters, 350 East 215th st.
from 3 p. m. on for family and
friends. The actual date of the 50th
wedding anniversary is the 23rd.
In the ceremony a half century
ago Miss Catherine Foernzler ex
Seitz. They have lived in Greater
Cleveland ever since.
Their two children are Mr. Ed
win Seitz of 1029 Eddy rd. and
Mrs. Peters and one grandchild,
Robert Seitz.
A commercial photographer for
over 50 years, Mr. Seitz is still
busy with no thought of retiring.
His wife also finds life interesting
and is an active member of the
Golden Age Club of Euclid.
The installation officers will be:
Installing Worthy Advisor, Jean
Witter Installing Chaplain, Patti
Harrison Installing Recorder,
Louise Fenn Installing Marshals,
Gail Mentel and Carol Sinclair
Installing Soloist, Nancy Collova
Installing Pianist, Joanne Bau
mann.
Other elected and appointed offi
cers to be installed are: Worthy
Associate Advisor, Charlotte Wor
maid Sister of Charity, Janet
Vyse Sister of Hope, Martha
Mueller Sister of Faith, P--dra
Mellon Recorder, Lois tel
Treasurer, Midge Small Chaplain,
Joanne Bachleder Drill Leader,
Dorothy Clark.
Sister of Love, Joanne Bond
O!“ter of Reli^^n, Dorothy Yehl
ter of Nat Valerie Dignin
Sister of Immortality, Marie Long
Sister of
'"•ter of
w~ter of
Fidelity, Myrna Behnke
Patr*x.ism, Kay Bacon.
Serv..^, Jane Parker.
CALL NEWS
to
PO. 1-3378
Cardinals Favored
In Annual Contest
With Railroaders
Football is well underway in the scholastic ranks but
as far as East Cleveland and Northeast Cleveland fans are
concerned the only game of importance this week will take
place tomorrow night (Friday) at Shaw Stadium.
It’s the 26th renewal of the Collinwood-Shaw neighbor
hood classic with kick-off time set at 8:15 p. m.
Some 10,000 fans or more are
expected to jam the popular East
Cleveland gridiron plant with the
Cardinals slight favorites over the
Railroaders.
In the 25 games played to date
Collinwood has won 12, Shaw 11
and two games have ended in ties.
The Railroaders will be out to pro
tect their slim victory margin
while the Cards will be gunning
to tie the count and post their first
verdict since 1947.
Despite the fact that Shaw is
rated a slight edge over the Five
Pointers anything can happen
and has in past games between
the two schools.
Coach Bob Cawrse was pleased
with his charges following last Fri.
day’s 15-0 conquest over West
High. On the otherhand Coach
Charley Hofelich wasn’t dissatis
fied because his Railroaders were
sidetracked 33-0 by Warren in
their opener.
Warren took advantage of Col
linwood’s inexperience and jump
ed ahead in the first half. How
ever, after the intermission the
Collinwood eleven perked up and
battled the out-of-towners on even
terms.
“It will take a couple of games
before our boys are really sure of
themselves” said Hofelich “and
they may surprise many of us be
fore the season’s end”. Of the 33
boys on the Railroaders squad,
only 12 are seniors, including but
three lettermen.
Shaw’s shutout victory over
West clearly indicated that Coach
Bob Cawrse was right about his
team. The Cowboys finished the
game with minus nine yards in
rushing.
“We should be good on defense
and improve as we go along on
offense” remarked Cawrse during
the pre-season workouts.
Eleven monogram winners dot
the Shaw line-up with six on the
Card’s defensive unit, explaining
their strength in this department
Next week both schools open
league action with Shaw playing
host to Parma’s Lake Erie new
comers on Friday while Collin
wood meets East Tech at Patrick
Henry on Saturday.
From what we hear, a couple of
surprises are due during tomor
row’s half-time intermission and
we suggest that you hold your
seats for the big show. The Sta
dium Box Office will open at
7 p. m.
Here’s how the Collinwood-Shaw
rivalry stands after 25 games:
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Windermere Assembly Rainbow Installs
Worthy Advisor
Christine Beach As
Christine Beach will be installed
as Worthy Advisor of Windermere
Assembly No. 7 Order of the Rain
bow for Girls at exercises to be
held Friday, September 25th at 8
p. m. in Sommer’s Hall, 13929 Eu
clid ave. at Holyoke.
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Collinwood 7
1 Shaw 6
Collinwood 7
1 Shaw 6
.Co wood
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Inwood 19.
Shaw 14
Shaw 7
CoUinwood 33 Shaw
Shaw 18
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Cleveland Exchange Club
East
luncheon speaker on Tuesday,
September 29th, will be Attorney
Stanley G. Webster, a fellow-mem
ber. His subject will be “The
Selection of Jurors”, following
which Mr. Webster will conduct
a discussion period covering legal
questions.
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Christine Beach
Andrea
Marilyn
P’ Ilia
Confidential Observer,
Allen Outer Observer,
f-1-— nner Bearer,
S 1—g Bearer, GaU ..tt
1 sician, Sue Foxall ir ec
tor, Marilyn Frew Historian, Bar
bara Seibert Mother Advisor,
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