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Lenvill# 1-4383
00 Euclid Avenue
Apt. 302
i Number Drops, But
Matches, Smoking
Still Top Fire Causes
While matches and smoking
continue to lead the causes of
ftsfires in East Cleveland, their
number in 1957 dropped from
the 1956 total of 74 to 58. The
74 high in 1956 was the peak of
a five-year steady climb from
1953, the report of Chief Fred
All Schools
Meeting for
All Parents
Mr. Vermillion, principal of
Chambers School, is head of the
elementary testing program for
the school district. Mrs. Wil
liams is the system’s visiting
teacher. She administers such
individual tests as are deemed
Facilities will be provided for
the care of pre-school children
during the meeting.
This meeting is the first in a
series of three sponsored by prevention a plug.
Council’s Parent Education
Committee. The second, an ex
planation of the testing pro
grams at W. H. Kirk Junior
High and at Shaw Senior High
5by Dr. L. L. Myers and Mr. C.
f'assil Reynard, will be held
March 17th. The third, a talk
by Dr. Charles N. Winslow, the
system’s psychologist, will be
held in April on a date to be
announced. These meetings will
also be held at Prospect School.
Nephrosis Fund
Drive March 2
Mrs. Evelyn Fiore, 1-209
North Lock wood ave., is taking
an active part in an unusual
birthday observance which be
gan February 3rd and con
tinues through Sunday, March
2nd. The party marks the fifth
anniversary of the Cleveland
Nephrosis Foundation and Mrs.
Fiore is heading the East
Cleveland sector Neighborhood
Walk that last Sunday after
noon. the 2nd.
This walk, explains Mrs.
Fiore, is taking place only in
those communities where no
combined collections are
1 plarmed for later in the Spring.
And East Cleveland is one of
the communities which, as yet,
has taken no step toward com
bining these health drives.
Funds go to discover the
cause of nephrosis, a
kidney disease and
death rate is 50 G.
why its
asked to
They can
Volunteers will be
make 20 calls each,
sign up by calling Mrs. Fiore
at LI 1-0878.
General Walk Chairman is
Mrs. Anthony Celebrezze, serv
ing her fourth consecutive
year. Newest member of the
leadership team is Al Rosen,
former Cleveland Indian. He
heads the special gifts com
TONIGHT: Shaw PTA Parent
Panel discusses “A Parents
Look at Home,” Shaw High
School, 8 p. m., second in a
senes of meetings on a possible
Code of Conduct for'parents and
Card Party Superior School
Tuesday, February 25th, 7:30.
Pre-School group hosts.
TONIGHT Shaw, Brush wn.l
Fairview bands, WERE-FM
Volume No. 19—No. 8
raked up 55 of that year’s 179
The decrease in fires as the
result of carelessness with
matches and smoking, brings a
word of praise from Chiel
Lange who quickly follows with
the warning for constant care
when smoking.
Lange shows.
Second cause of fires is elec
tricity and, or appliances. In department in 1957, the fires
1957, appliances caused 50 of taking 207, there were 13 false
the 207 fires while in 1956 they alarms and 44 so termed “Need
less” fires. These, it is ex
i plained, are instances where a
fire was about to start, or did
Of the 504 runs made by the
Just start, and was averted by
(someone. Moire serious results
(might have occurred in some of
Fire losses last year totaled
$26,250,600 covered by
i$23,753,500 insurance on build
lings and contents. Not one
Tests .nd measurements MijWW -nvolved in a lire ys
in the East Cleveland element.|»-th»ut ,n“"r“nce' but $1Ai0
tary schools will be explained:^ «2,3o8,100 contents con
by Kenneth R. Vermillion and cmm,t
Mrs. Ruth C. Williams at an all
schools’ parent education meet
ing at Prospect School on Mon
day, February 24th at 1:45 p. m.
Types of tests used and the ap-
Throughout the year the fire
men maintain a strong and de
tailed fire prevention program.
Last year they made 2,984 in-
'plication of results obtained spe«wns tn business .udustry,
will be included in their ex
planation. Discussion and ques
lions from the floor will
encouraged. I
Mrs. B. G. Andrews. Council
Parent Education Chairman,
has invited all parents of all
the children in the East Cleve
land Schools as well as any
other interested persons to
dwellings, schools. They made
1,557 inspections of fire hy-
The Department is represent
'ed on the East Clevelanl Safety
Council on joint fire prevention
programs as well as safety
projects in general. Last year
they co-operated on what
proved to be a splendid fire
prevention educational program
in the elementary grades.
Films and talks are also a
part of the fire prevention pro
gram with these services avail
able also to other groups.
And the fire education pro
gram does not conclude there.
It extends to the visitors, 855
of them last year, children, who
come to have the thrill of ring
ing a bell or sitting in the seat
of a fire truck while a fireman
91 takes the opportunity to give
The East Cleveland Fire De
partment’s 43-man force oper
ates on six-six months change
about schedule. From October)
to June it has three platoons,
72-hour work week, and from I
June to October it has a two
platoon, 56-hour work week.
The plan means full time*
trained protection during the
vacation months.
Comments on the 1957 re
port of the East Cleveland Fire
Department would be incom
plete without mention of the
arrival in November of its lat-
On Wednesday, February
26th, at Greenridge Golf Club
the East Cleveland Kiwanis
Club will hold its Second An
nual Sno-Bird Golf Tournament.
Sno-Bird Golf for the Kiwani
ans of East Cleveland was
started last year by Allan W.
Gibson, 16208 Glynn rd., the
Club’s Match Play Champion
for 1957. The highly successful
affair established Sno-Bird Golf
airview uuuua, »»m .... ..
(30.5 meg.) 9:30 to 10:00 p. m.|aa an annual activity of the
Becky Morrow
Shaw Y-Teens
Install Officers
The Shaw Y-Teens, spon
sored by the East Cleveland
Branch of Young Women’s
Christian Association held their
semi annual installation
officers on January 27th
the “Y’ House. Parents of
girls were invited.
to Hear Broz
“Recent Discoveries in Sub
versive Activities’* is the sub
ject on which Jim Broz will
speak to members of the East
Cleveland Business Association
Tuesday, February 25th at the
American Legion Post 16J
Home in Hawley Park. Mr. Broz
^served in Counter Intelligence
(during World Mar II and has
(continued his interest in this
field. He is employed by the
City of Cleveland as deputy
commissioner of Purchases and
This will be a dinner meeting
with reservations by Monday,
February 24th to LI. 1-1062.
Members of the entertainment
commit:planning this eve
ning are: Kenneth hiteman,
est piece of equipment, aichairman Charles Melbourne,
$47,900 truck with all the latestfNick Herak, Fred Lange. Dr.
apparatus, including a 100-ft. John A. Stahl, John Howell, Al
aerial ladder. Cutler and Hal Reese.
I i L. ^.1 Vf relkni iwvtn
Cutler and Hal Reese.
rf Jmre-i twi
East Cleveland. Ohio
SNOW NOR BLOW can stop the golf fans of East Cleveland Kiwanis entered
in the club’s seepnd Sno-Bird Tournament next Wednesday. Grant Kibbel, chair
man of the Sports Committee, uses his strong right arm on that shovel to clear
a spot for Joe Cerino to drive from as Marty Loftus is teeing the ball.
Dr. Loftus was club handicap champion last year.
Kiwanis Club.
Sno-Bird Golf will go on re
gardless of weather conditions.
Hand warmers, face- masks,
heavy foul-weather clothing and
boots, could well become the
proper uniform on the course
that day. Colored golf balls are
used in case of snow. Winter
golf rules prevail and the
hardiest will complete the re
quired 18 holes of play. Twenty
seven undaunted members and
Thirty years age this month,
the East Cleveland YMCA
Mothers’ Club was formed.
Their Mother-Son banquet has
been an annual affair. This year
with thirty golden years to their
credit, they are celebrating that
many years at the banquet to
be Held Thursday, February
27th at 6:30 p. m. at the Y
House, 1831 Lee rd.
They cordially invite any
mother and her son, whether
belonging to the Y program or
not, to attend this dinner. Please
call Mrs. Marie Dever at the Y,
GL. 1-3425 by Monday, Febru
ary 24th for reservations.
Mrs. Charles Hamilton and
her committee, including Mrs.
Wm. Reed, Mrs. Arthur Madsen
and Mr. Bill Wells, of the Y
staff, are in charge of the ar
k Jimmy Lee, Athletic Director
of the Cleveland Athletic Club,
will show pictures of the 1956
Olympics in Australia.
“It is hoped” states Mrs.
Homer C. Alexander, Y
Mothers* Club president, “That
many members and past presi
dents will attend and help make
this a “Happy Birthday.”
Installed were: Becky Mor
row, president Sue Arnold,
vice president Joyce Ross, sec
retary Joan Fraser, treasurer
Gwen Corman, publicity Pat
Forsythe, program chairman
and Barbara Kirby, chaplain.
Mrs. William Forsythe, dele
gated by the YWCA Commit
tee of Management to help with
the teen-age program gave the
inspirational talk.
The Y-Teens are looking for
ward to the semi-formal Hi-Y
dance to
Y-Teen “Lions Leap’
be held March 1st at the “Y”
House. The dance is
all Shaw High School students.
Tickets may be purchased for
$1.25 from Hi-Y or Y-Teen
open to
Looking back over the years
will be Mrs. Edward Am, a
charter member, the president
in 1937, and still active in the
club. She will remember when
mothers of boys belonging
Here's One Histoiy Lesson
Girls and Boys Will Go For
Just about the best American .other popular Spring Vacation
History lesson 13 girls apd 13’holiday to Washington, D. C.
boys from the Seventh Grade
up ever had will be the six
day trip they will take to the
nation’s capitol this Spring.
With excellent YMCA
YWCA leadership, these two
associations are sponsoring an-
We Did It
We did it. Over the top
in our Blood Donor goal by
17 pints for a total of 112
pints. A big “Thank you”
to each and every person
who lent a hand or gave a
pint to keep East Cleveland
on the list of towns to be
depended upon for deposits
in the Central Blood Bank.
Under the line for a few
times, a bit of prompting
and presto! we are back
where we belong. Now let’s
stay there always with
a few more extra pints and
with blood cards in your
bank when you need them.
$ -JI
Ji .ii'iitfitf ii'triSS*i
A buffet supper will follow
in the Fire Place Room of the
Golf Club at 6:30 for golfers,
guests, and members of the
East Cleveland Kiwanis Club.
Joe Cerino, owner of Cerino’s
will be
at Euclid near Taylor,
of the buffet
in charge
v e ..A' i I A.KT.
J4101 £U6u»b AveitUE
East Leader
Published In Conjunction with The SCOOP In Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid
Y Mothers' Club Celebrates
30th Birthday February 27th
14,100 Circulation Guaranteed
to the “Y” thought it would be
a good idea to form a club to
help promote the ideals and the
program of the “Y.”
“At that time,” states Mrs.
Arn, “Ernie Chapman was the
executive secretary and the “Y”
was in the building on Euclid
ave., across from what is now
the Rapid Transit Station.”
One of the main projects w
securing the use of the home
owned by the McGregor Home,
Lee and Euclid, for the Y. The
Mothers’ club set about furnish
ing these rooms with some
equipment for the boys.
May 4th, 1931 the
THIRTY YEARS OF SERVICE to their sons of the East Cleveland YMCA will be
observed Thursday, February 27th by the Y Mothers of East Cleveland Branch.
Showing how they will help celebrate the happy event are, left to right: Mrs.
Edward Arn, charter member and chaplain Mrs. Charles G. Hamilton, vice
president and dinner chairman and Mrs. Homer C. Alexander, president.
$15 de
Lee rd.,
the $55
The trip starts via Y Bus
Saturday, March 29th and con
eludes Thursday, April 3rd. Ac
companying the young travel
ers will be Mr. George Dion of
Shaw High Faculty and an
active Y volunteer experi
enced in tripping and Miss
Jan Thompson, YWCA pro­’
gram director. A third leader
is to be announced.
What will the tour include?
Visits to Mount Vernon, the
home of the nation’s first pres­’
ident the White House, home
of today’s presidents the Cap
itol Arlington Cemetery and
the grave of the unknown sol
dier the Bureau of Printing
& Engraving where the coun
try’s money is made Washing
ton Monument, where in 70
seconds flat, the elevator
whisks visitors to the 550-ft.
high viewing balcony the Lin\
coin and Jefferson Memorials.
And Smithsonian Institute,
the National Cathedral where
former rector of St. Paul’s Ep
iscopal Church of East Cleve
land is now the Dean the Su
preme Court, the Senate
House of Representatives
a few other places, as time
Mothers’ Club became a mem
ber of The Federation oflf
Women’s Clubs but during thelB
depression years it had to break]
away since it did not have the!
necessary $5.00 dues. With bet-1
ter days, they again became af-l
filiated with the Federation.
The Y Mothers’ Club has al
ways held luncheon meetings,
which some times were put on
for as low a cost as 15 cents.
The club is open to the
mothers of all Y boys, and con
tinues to dedicate its energies
to supporting the ever expand
ing program of this Christion
association for growing boys.
Grant One,
Reject Two,
Zone Appeals
Reservations, with a
posit, are now being
at the YM-YW, 1831
with the balance of
over-all fee due on or before
March 2nd. And. as is custom
ary, a YM or YW membership)action: i If
is required for the privilege of Refused the request of
joining this tour. That mem- Thomas a. Chakalis to open a("
bership will mean many other restaurant at 14161 Euclid avel .. ________________
good times in other YM-YM ibeCaUse of off-street parking|iist of school district chairmen|
programs, as well.
Housing will be at Potomac
Park Tourist cama and
QPA Planning
Session Tonight
Their first meeting
their new corps of officers is
being held tonight by the Fra
ternal Order of Police Associ
ates No. 41. The group meets in
the Post Home of East Cleve
land American Legion No. 163
at 15544 Euclid ave.
Presiding will be Ross
DiJohn. Committees are to be
announced and Program Chair
man Earl Hartland will present
the outline of programs for the
coming three months.
The FOPA is made up of citi
zens actively interested in the
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge
No. 39, composed of members
of East Cleveland Police De
partment. Visitors are welcome.
guests have registered for
winter tournament. It is
pected that thirty-five will tee
off on February 26th.
Another safe robbery. This
time at the Standard Drug Co.,
Noble at Monticello blvd., man
aged by Charles Jacobs, 27, of
1887 Knowles st. The robbers
pried off the door, getting $100
for their trouble.
Coventry rd. at
blvd. Mr. KlausS is
ant organist at St.
der his instructor
Walter Blodgett.
Thursday. February 20, 1958
Senior Recital
For Last Ca
ing to dispose of the extra few! I
feet to the East Cleveland .. n i
ployment Service.
Church Canteen I
tricts, schools in town are con
tinuing as usual, despite the
blizzardy weather. However,
absences are reported to be
above normal.
On Tuesday, February 18th,
East Cleveland schools reported
948 pupils absent. The total en
rollment is 5611.
The building by building ab
sence report, with the average
absences shown in parenthesis,
is reported as follows:
Shaw High School—178 out
The Lenten season, which we
are now entering, serves as a
special opportunity for each
one to review his spiritual ob
ligations and opportunities.
I Starting on Ash Wednesday
Hand continuing each week until
Easter, Windermere Methodist
Church is presenting a series
lof mid-week services of inspi
ration and devotion.
February 26th—Rev Thomas
ICromwell, Ashbury Methodist
Ichurch, Delaware, Ohio solo
n™s’c|ist, Roger Bryant.
March 5th—Rev.
Walter Klauss,
major at Western Reserve Uni-| March 5th Rev. Howard
Iversity, will present his senior|wiant, First Methodist, Kent,
(recital in organ on Sunday,|Ohio soloist, Mrs. Betty Ken
1 February 23rd at five o’clock|ney.
|in St. Paul’s Episcopal Church,| March 12th—Dr. F. Bringle
Fairmount|McIntosh, president, Ohio
the assist-|
Paul’s un-| REMINDER:
in organ,| town during a
Mr. Klauss, who
playing this particular instru-l
ment since he w»s
i thpl preacher each week, Dr.
age, plans to teach music on the! Lawth er. Lakewood
eT.e sk
Friends are cordially invit-|College, Alliance, Ohio soloist,
ed to attend the recital which! Mrs Marian Kennedy.
will include the following selec-|
I lions
and Fuque
S. Bach).
Preludes: Ich
major (J.
I Chorale
I dir, Herr
Sonatina. (Leo Sowerly).
La Nativite, (Jean Lang-|Church of The Covenant solo
jaj8), ist, Lawrence Cowin, jr.
Theme at Variations, from[ April 4th Good Friday.
Hommage a Frescobaldi, (Jean| April 4ht—Good Friday, Hoiy
Langlais). ICommunion and Musicale.
Tocatta—Tu e» Pera, (Mul-| .. k
et) I Next Sunday, the first Sun
I ______________ |day in Lent, the sacrament of
At its Tuesday, February] |Holy Communion will be ob
18th meeting, the Board of Zon-| ft Jixlservec* a’ m’ .w?r"
ing Appeals took the following]^nA||*|T|3|| ftvaUyphip service at the Phillips
1 Avenue Presbyterian Church,
IDeMOlciy RflinDOW I
Dance Saturday
Blizzard And Colds Add To
Normal Absentee School Roll
While near zero tempera
tures, deep snows and colds are
making inroads on attendances
in schools in the outlying dis­
Heights Chapter DeMolay andl
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Bond]Windermere Council Rainbowl
jr., Mr. and Mrs. Theodore|for Girls are staging a dancing
Leaden and Mr. and Mrs. H. WJparty February 22nd in Heights
Lyndall jr., will be the chaper-| Masonic Temple. The informall
ones for the St. Paul’s Episcopal]affair gets underway at fl
Church Canteen Friday, Febru-| o’clock and a live band is to be
ary 21st. Seventh, Eighth and| featured. Dick Henme and
Ninth graders from the East] Andrea Allen, co-chairmen, ex
Cleveland School District are|tend an invitation to the public
invited from 7:30 to 1:30 p. m.| to attend.__________ ________J
of 1151 (40 to 50) Kirk Jr.|
High—189 out of 1211 (40|
to 50).
Elementary: Caledonia, 51|
out of 625 (30) Chembers, 1261
out of 837 (45 to 50) Mayfair!
71 out of 340 (12 to 15) Pros-I
pect, 70 out of 449 (15 to 20)
Superior, 120 out of 461 (20 tol
30) Rozelle, 123 out of 537 (30)1
When in
weekday in
I Lent, plan to visit Old
has been| Stone Church between 11:10
and 12:45 o’clock for the
he^ was" 14‘years* of Lent*” meditations. A guest
East 125th st. at Phillips ave.
The sermon of Rev. Roscoe
A revised and more eompJeteU Handl^Tartero^Tluch.”
(because of off-street parking!list of school district cnairmenl- Anthem and offertorv bv the
The proposed res-|for the forthcoming inter|5enior Choir will be “Praise”
taurant would have 25 seats|drive for funds by the Greater!' gowiev and “Panus Angeli
and the regulations stipulate]Cleveland Red Cross Chapter,! Franck.
one parking space for each] is announced. Heading this cam-1
three seats. The parking area]paign for funds to carry it over! speaker for the
at the restaurant would accomo-|until the Chapter becomes Myhursday, 7:30 P- m. lenten
date 15 cars, but it is also used|part of the United Fund e^ort’|servjces beginning tonight at
for other parking purposes. |is Mrs. Fred H. Chorman. |Trinity Evangelical United
Refused the appeal of Mrs.| Chairmen are busy roun^*n(J|grethren Church, Hayden at
E. Ostreicher to operate a nurs-|us their bel1 nn»mK crews. voHAlder aves. will be the Rev.
ing home at 15850 Terrace rd.,Fnteers desiring to aid yhat|A Zagray of Lorain, father
due to residential zoning. |’s designed to be the ast sing el Trinity’s pastor Allan H.
Approved and referred to the|^et^ Cross fund drive, are r®*]zagray# This series has as its
City Commission, the rezoning (quested to contact one of the|theme «Sayings About the Cru
of 148.35 feet dept of the south-following chairmen: I
east comer Jot at Euclid and] Caledonia: Chairman, rs.l
Rosalind aves. The East Cleve-|Ru88e11 S- McG,nn*?’ l”0091
land Employment Service now|Brewster rd, C°’^
owns a 140-ft. dept and wishes Mrs. L. J. \annetta, 16313
to purchase the added feet from|B1’ews^er. r“
the Cleveland Electric Co., andlT Mayfair: Chairman, Mrs.
have the entire lot in the same|Harr Moody, 13815 Northfield
U3 zoning |ave-5 Co-Chairman. Mrs. Law-1
CEI recently purchased the Lfence Haskins. 1580 Hayden rd.
shaped property, east and south! Rozelle: Chairman, rs. ..I
of the corner lot, but since it Brownlee, 1227 Rozelle ^-. Co
plans to use the Euclid frontage Chairman, Mrs. T. Peters, K03I
for its station and use only a|Bender ave.
part of the Rosalind frontage Superior: Chairman .Mr! I
for an exit driveway, it is will-|Ra^Pb Taylor, 1856 Garfield rd!
At Christ the King parochial
school, the absences in the first
three grades are averaging
about 25 per class while in the
upper grades it is averaging^ Jff- wi|| represem
about 7 or 8 pupils. I
The same degree of absences] y°ur tc,m Y
are marking classes at St! As she departs, thank her ror
Philomena parochial school. of public service she is performing.
PO. 1-3378
Mid-Week Lenten
^[Meditations Call
All to Worship
troth lv»
Presbyterian as the first
While at Shaw High School,I
he was a member of the Choir!
the Rhythm Teens and the ®c'| Northern University, Ada
tette He is the son of Mr and! soloist. Miss Miriam Long.
Mrs Adolph Klauss of 96ol March 19th_Dr. Carl C.
Nelavnew rd. Bracy, president, Mount Union
March 26th Dr. Carroll
Lewis, superintendent, Cleve-
in Glland District soloist, Mrs.
[Helene Rettger.
April 2nd—6:30, Upper Room
ruf’ xu|
Jesu Christ
|Bache Ein feste gurg
lHauff) Was Gott tut, das
wohlgeton (Kellner)
S.|Meal service, an annual event
N.I sponsored by the Women’s So
istlciety of Christian Service.
I Speaker will be Rev. G. Kn
Speaker will be Rev. G. Ken-
cified.” The theme “Behold the
Man” will be followed for the
Sunday morning worship hours.
Announcement for a Mauch
Sunday evening series will be
made later.
St. James Lutheran Church is
participating in an exchange
pulpit program among churches
of that faith for their Wednes
day 7:45 Lenten mediations. On
February 26th the Rev. Roger
Boraas of Bethlehem Church,
Mayfield rd., will speak on
“Simon, the Cyrenian.”
Also in the circle of ex
changes is Calvary Lutheran
Church, Euclid at Lockwood
aves. Its guest speaker Febru
ary 26th will be Rev. James
Huntley, assistant pastor at
Bethany Lutheran Church.
The World Service Committee
of East Cleveland Congrega
tional Church is presenting a
series of programs during the
Lenten season Wednesday eve
nings beginning February’ 26th
and continuing through March
The program begins at 6:30
with dessert for the whole
family, followed by the worship
be a
For the first meeting.
Wednesday, the Women's
lowship will conduct the
ship service and there will
‘ilm: “The Traveling Man.’’
There'll Be A
Knock At Your
Door On Sunday
This Sunday, Heart Sunday,
approximately 450 Heart Fund
volunteers will canvass in East
Cleveland, announces Mrs.
Miles Phillips, 1346 Elmwood
ave., fund chairman.
Next Sunday afternoon-Heart Sunday-a neigh
bor is going to ring your doorbell.
In anticipation of her visit, put out the welcome
mat. Make it a point to be home, and have for her a
welcoming smile, a friendly handclasp and a gener
ous contribution to the 1958 Heart Fund.
Actually, she'll be doing you a favor. Her mission
is that of helping to safeguard all hearts, including
your own and the hearts of those you love.
She will be making it possible for you to moke
o wise and practical investment in the nationwide
fight against the heart diseases.
What you give is a matter for you to decide. All
you have to do is enclose your contribution in the
enve|ppe she hands you, seal it and return it to her
If you wish, she will give you a signed "thank you*
receipt for income tax deduction purposes.
Our earnest hope is that you will be generous,
every heart in
part of
by the
its vast
These gifts will be
the £595,000 sought
Cleveland Area Heart
to continue and expand
research program,
carrying 36 projects in leading
Cleveland area medical institu
Also due for new support are
the Heart Society’s Work Clas
sification Clinic, an evaluation
service for cardiacs on the job
the Children’s Diagnostic Heart
Clinic for diagnosis of suspect
ed heart disease in school age
children, and the work simplifi
cation program for homemak
ers with heart disease.
A small army of volunteers,
many of whom have heart pa
tients in their own families,
will be on the March. Sunday
the splendid act
She deserves it.

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