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Mail Addresses
814 East 152nd Street
Phone: Glenville 1-4383
14600 Euclid Avenue
Apt. 302
Rev. Herbert Veler S. T. M.
president of the Ohio Synod of
the United Lutheran Church of
America will visit Calvary Luth
eran Church, Euclid at Lock
wood aves. on Wednesday, May
27th to officiate at the ordina
tion of Dean Cecil Cheek. Mr.
Cheek is the son of Mrs. Ruth
k Cheek, 1736 Page ave. The serv
ice is at 7:30 o’clock.
The sermon will be preached
by Rev. John W. Grohne of To
'ledo, pastor at Calvary from
1941 to 1954 and under whom
the young seminarian was con
firmed. Rev. Robert H. Secrist
of Dayton and recently pastor
at Calvary will serve as the
liturgist. A reception follows the
ordination and friends of Mr.
‘Cheek are cordially invited.
Bom in Akron, Mr. Cheek at
tended Grand River Academy,
Kirk Jr. High School, Collinwood
*High and was in U. S. Signal
Corps before enrolling in Wit
tenberg College where he met
and married Miss Carol Lyon.
While he was continuing his
preparation for the ministry at
the Lutheran Theological Semi
nary in Philadelphia, Mrs. Cheek
served as an administrator in
River Crest, a home for the
mentally retarded child.
September 1st, Mr. Cheeks
goes to Jeromesville, Ohio where
his first charge will include the
Stone and Trinity rural congre
Seniors Hold
A Middy Sale
Attention Next Year Shaw
High School girls. The depart
ing Seniors are having a middy
sale Tuesday, May 26th from
3:30 to 5:30 p. m. at the home
rf Betsy Cramer, 16491 North
4 Middies in a full range of
colors and al’ sizes, 200 to se
lect from, will be available for
next year’s Shaw girls. There
also will be skirts and other
still wearable items.
For more information call
MU. 1-5051 or FA. 1-6986.
In East Cleveland
By the way, have you squared
with Green Cross by signing up
as a member? Green Cross dol
lars keep Safety Council plans
Wear a poppy for remem
brance and as an outward
expression of gratitude to the
men who died that we might be
Judging from the reports of
school affairs in some of the
suburbs, East Cleveland can
thank their lucky stars that they
have had a calm, efficient and
still progressive leadership in
Dr. O. J. Korb as superintendent,
and the men they have chosen to
serve on their Board of Educa
tion. Such leadership is reflected
in the continuing high standard
of the teaching staff, the loyalty
of student bodies and the sup
port of citizens for all school en
1 deavors.
Following announcement of
tathe coming of the x-ray *buses to
our town, we received a call from
the father of a two-year-old
child who has been exposed to a
.friend they just learned is tu
V bercular. Could they bring the
child to the x-ray bus? No, but
they can take it to the East Side
Clinic. Here is a shining example
of the need for chest x-rays. One
may have tuberculosis and not
know it, and unconsciously pass
on to those about you. The
x-ray buses are along Hayden
ave. up until noon Saturday. The
remaining schedule is on this
page. Don’t delay.
Dean C. Cheek
Sunday For
Dean Cheek
Volume No. 18—No.Ul
Scouts Ready
For Camporee
This Friday
"Mom, is my camp gear
A familiar sound in these
parts as boy scouts in the
Western Reserve District which
include East Cleveland and the
Collinwood area prepare for a
big Camporee Weekend.
Some 300 eager scouts along
with 50 adult leaders are due
to head east to Camp River
Road on Route 174, just off
Chardon rd. throughout the day
on Friday.
Tents of all sizes and de
scriptions are due to be “all
set” at 4 p. m. From there on
through Sunday afternoon the
scouts and leaders alike will
rough it—do their own cooking
and live it up outdoors.
The primary object of the
Camporee is to offer each scout
a weekend of camping in prep
aration for summer camping.
Scoutcraft and advancement
know-how will occupy the
youths. Highlighting Satur
day’s activities will be a Camp
fire ceremony with all taking
Church services will be held
Sunday morning conducted sep
aratly for Protestants by a min
ister and for Catholics by a
Chairman of the Western Re
serye District is George S.
Voinovich, 291 Corning with
Paul A. Greve, 861 East 147th
st. as vice-chairman. District
commissioner is John M. An
Dr. John C. Herrman of Hu
ron Road Hospital is chairman
of the Camping Activities Com
mittee of the Western Reserve
District. Paul H. Phipps, 1445
East 135th st., an area assist
ant District Commissioner, is
serving as Camporee Director.
Visitors are invited to the
Camporee Saturday morning or
All Eyes On
Nelson Window
“Tick tock, tick tock” goes
the clock in the window at the
Nelson Jewelry Store, 1385
Hayden ave. Passers by are pay
ing unusual attention to this
clock whose dial is surrounded
with the names of the Shaw
High School 1959 graduates.
The name at which the hands
of the clock stop are the names
of the winners of two lovely
gifts, a Gruen watch and a
Parker pen and pencil set.
For years the Nelson Jewel
ers have remembered the grad
uates with gifts. Mr. George
Nelson served for many years
on the Board of Education.
The clock was started on Fri
day, May 15th and runs any
where from seven to ten days.
Pay Tax Now
County Treasurer Frank M.
Brennan issued a reminder to
day that real estate tax collec
tions for the last half of 1958
will open on Monday, May 25th.
Final date for payment of the
tax has been set for Saturday,
June 20, 1959.
A lovely and most practical
gift has been presented to S.
Robert Fraser as Director of
Music in the ‘East Cleveland
Public Schools, and for use in
the Caledonia School Orchestra.
It is a group of instruments,
the gift of Caledonia P.T.A. and
Caledonia School for use in the
Caledonia School Orchestra. It
was presented by Miss Bertha
Clendennen, principal and Mrs.
Howard Jacobs, president of the
Caledonia P.T.A.
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Liquor Permit
Transfer OK’d
East Cleveland City Commis
sion Tuesday night, upon the
recommendation of the Zoning
Board of Appeals, granted
transfer of three liquor licenses
owned by Albert Luxenburg.
The C-2, D-l and D-2 permits,
will be used in the operation of
a dining room and cocktail
lounge proposed to be opened in
the Luxenburg Motel. These
three permits, plus a D-3A
(2:30 closing hour) have been
operative in Mr. Luxenburg’s
Continental Cafe, across the
street from this motel. He is
not requesting transfer of the
The request has also been
approved by the State Liquor
Condition Good
Samuel Marino, 7, of 1872
Chapman ave., is in good con
dition at Huron Road Hospital
with head injuries. He was hurt
when he rode his bicycle into an
eastbound automobile at Ter
race rd. and Hastings ave. The
driver was released.
PAYING TRIBUTE to Dr. O. J. Korb, retiring superintendent of the East Cleveland
Public Schools at a reception in Shaw Gymnasium Sunday, May 16th were: to R:
Cecil S. Stonebraker, Board of Education president for ten years Robert T. Mc
Graw, President of the East Cleveland Teacher's Association Mrs. Charles R.
Fersdon, P.T.A. Council president Dr. Mark C. Schinnerer, superintendent of
Cleveland Public Schools Curtis Lee Smith, president Cleveland Chamber of
Commerce and a Shaw graduate Richard A. Grotton, president Board of Educa
tion Chas. A. Carran, East Cleveland City Manager Frank H. Fellows, East Cleve
land City Commissioner.
decades as superintendent of the East Cleveland
Schools, were these well known school folks who
also came to pay honor to the retiring school ad
iwinistrator to R.: Everett M. Preston, retired Pros
pect School Principal Miss Wilda Bayes, Superior
School Principal Dr. Korb, George Nelson, who
served 22 years on the school board and Kenneth
R. Vermillion, Principal Chambers School.
Add 38 To
Shaw NHS
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In the group are two violins,
a viola and a ’cello—all in inter
mediate sizes for the purpose
of starting children at the lower
grade levels.
“The string quartet of instru
ments” says Mr. Fraser, “is
a starter for a future string
section of Caledonia Kirk and
Shaw orchestras. A pupil will
only use the instruments for
approximately one semester as
a means of getting a start and
proving his ability for further
The Shaw Chapter of Na
tional Honor Society inducted
36 new members at its cere
mony last Thursday. Features
of the program included an
explanation of the requirements
for membership. Norman
Bresky spoke on Service Carol
Parsh on Leadership Ken Con
nell on Character and Antra
Priede on Scholarship.
The program’s main feature
was a talk by Mr. Charles M.
Driggs, an attorney and former
Shaw student.
Dr. O. J. Korb, Superintend
ent of East Cleveland Schools,
presented the society member
ship cards to the inductees who
are: From the class of June
1960—Susan Beattie, Martina
Burin, Tama Cahow, Sandra
Clark, Rolf Dumke, Marilyn
Grande, Joanne Keefer, Bar
bara Kirby, Shelia Loftus, Bill
Merino, Susan Serota, Martha
Stillinger, Don Watters, and
John Wooten.
Also from the class of Janu
ary 1960—William Blanchard,
Antonia Condopoulos, Richard
King, Gail Miller, Sandra
Morger, and Roberta Walter.
Also from the class of June
1959—Susan Alley, Linda
Anderson, John Artim, Elaine
Aurada, Kathleen Balmenti,
Jane Cutler, Ellen Hanel, Joyce
Johnson, Sara Laubaugh, Rich
ard Paxson, Grace Porter,
Mark Price, Virginia Regan,
Gloria Schwartz, Lola Wat
kins, David Williams, and
Honorary Member, Hiroshi
Shibata the 1958-1959 Ameri
can Field Service student from
Kobe, Japan.
Beginning Tuesday, May
26th and until further notice
all news for this newspaper
should be addressed to:
East Cleveland Leader
814 East 152nd st.
Cleveland 10, Ohio
and phone calls should be
made to:
Kevin Me Tigue
GL. 1-4383
Deadlines will remain the
same: Weddings, Engagements,
Churches, Clubs, Camp Fire,
Scouts, etc., Mondays. All other
news by 5 p. m. on Tuesdays.
While Elsa Berg is on vaca
tion, Miss Me Tigue, doing her
internship for her journalism
degree at Kent State University,
will cover the Leader.
East Cleveland Leader
Published in Conjunction with The SCOOP in Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid
Another delightful event in
the series of affairs being given
in honor of the retiring school
superintendent, Dr. O. J. Korb,
was the P. T. A. sponsored re
ception last Sunday afternoon at
Shaw Gymnasium. Bouquets of
flowers and an unusually charm
ing setting was the background
for the half-hour program fol
lowing which there was general
visiting over the punch glasses.
The Rev. James H. Sivard,
pastor of the Church of the
Cross gave the invocation. Rev.
Sivard was pastor of South Eu
clid Methodist Church when Dr.
Korb was superintendent of
those schools.
Mr. Curtis Lee Smith, a Shaw
High graduate and now presi
dent of the Cleveland Chamber
of Commerce was master of
ceremonies for the program dur
ing which greetings and best
wishes were brought to Dr. Korb
from the various groups with
which he has been associated
during his 20 years here.
Dr. Mark C. Schinnerer, super
intendent of Cleveland Public
Schools spoke of the high regard
in which Dr. Korb is held by all
educational administrators. The
greeting from his own teachers,
who term themselves “the closest
friends Dr. Korb will ever have”
was brought by their association
president, Mr. Robert T. Mc
Mr. Frank H. Fellows, vice
chairman of the East Cleveland
City Commission spoke of the
pleasant associations that have
always existed between city and
school under Dr. Korb’s leader
ship, and read a Resolutions of
Respect adopted by the Commis
sion in recognition of this lead
While Richard A. Gottron,
president of the East Cleveland
School Board, spoke of the effi
ciency and loyalty of Dr. Korb,
he interrupted his message to
call to the stage C. S. Stonebrak
er, just retired after ten years
board service. Mr. Stonebraker
said that this school experience
was one of his happiest.
Mrs. Charles R. Fursdon, pres
ident of East Cleveland PT A
Council, sponsors of the recep
tion, received an “A” from MC
Smith for the brevity—but none
theless sincere commendation ex
tended Dr. Korb.
Introduced were George N.
Nelson, for 22 years a school
board member Charles A. Car
ran, East Cleveland City Man
ager, and Dr. George Knappem
berger of South Euclid, who was
superintendent of schools when
Dr. Korb went to that suburb as
an instructor.
Many former teachers, now re
siding elsewhere, returned for
the reception.
Following the program tours
were conducted through the in
the-building Student Lounge and
pool, slated for completion in
During Dr. Korb’s administra
tion, Shaw Gymnasium has been
built and these last two new ad
ditions to Shaw campus will have
been completed. All school build
ings are in good repair. In addi
tion, the highest of educational
standards continue to prevail at
all times.
Welsh Club In
Sacred Concert
The Women’s Welsh Club of
East Cleveland are holding
their annual Y A N A
GANU (Sacred Song Festival)
on Sunday, May 24th, 1959 at
the Westminster-Welsh Presby
terian Church, Wade Park and
Addison Road. There will be one
session only at 7:00 p.m. Sup
per will be served prior to the
song festival.
Professor William A. Hughes
is the director for the evening
and his famous Cambrian Chor
us will be a feature attraction.
East Cleveland. Ohio 14,100 Circulation Guaranteed Thursday, May 21, 1959
Shaw Octet
To Sing For
An appearance by the octet
from the Shaw Rythmn Teens
is an added feature of the East
Cleveland Kiwanis Club’s birth
day dinner party at the East
Cleveland YMCA Monday eve
ning. (May 25).
The octet, which is directed
by Miss Marjorie Shields, will
perform for the Kiwanians and
their wives attending the pro
gram. The dinner starts at
7 p.m. and it observes the 37th
birthday of the Kiwanis org
anization in East Cleveland.
Featured speaker is Norman
W. Paynter, past officer in both
the East Cleveland and Ohio
Kiwanis. Host at the dinner
meeting will be Herbert W.
Stoker, President of East
Cleveland Kiwanis.
Special guests invited to the
dinner by President Stoker in
clude the presidents, and their
wives, of the nine Kiwanis
clubs which have been “moth
ered” or sponsored by
ECBA Potluck
On Tuesday
For their May 26th party, the
East Cleveland Business Asso
ciation will enjoy a spaghetti
dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Melbourne as hosts.
Reservations for the 6:30 re
past should be made with Mrs.
Melbourne, RA 1-6871 no later
than Monday, May 25th.
Following dinner there will
be a movie and other entertain
ment for the pleasure of
members and their friends.
Rainbow Girl
Saturday Eve
Joan Ishee
of offi-
Windermere Rainbow
bly No. 7 will hold its
first Public Installation
cers at the East Cleveland Ma
sonic Temple, located on Bell
more rd. The ceremony will be
held May 23rd, at 8:00 in the
evening. The public is invited.
Joan Ishee, the Worthy Ad
visor-elect, is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ishee, of
13324 Lake Shore blvd. and is a
junior at Shaw High School. Her
intermission length gown will be
of white organza, scattered with
embroidered rosettes.
The installing Worthy Ad
visor, Betsy Salter is a past
Worthy Advisor of Windermere
Assembly and a recent graduate
of Shaw High School. Other in
stalling officers are: 1st Mar
shall, Margie Graves 2nd Mar
shall, Abby Linhart Chaplain,
Donna Graham.
The elected officers of the'As
sembly are: Carole Olivit, Wor
thy Associate Advisor Louise
Howell, Sister of Charity
Carole Raymont, Sister of Hope
Nancy Strodtbeck, Sister of
Faith Janet Domback, Treas
urer Joanne Keefer, Recorder.
The newly appointed officers
are: Pat Dill, Diane Latimere,
Jane Cutler, Rae Michaud, Lynda
Berke, Elaine Long, Barbara
Knowles, Joan Follett, Annabelle
Towner, Karen Lowmiller, Kathy
Miller, Sue Brisbine, Minnie
Engles, Joan Larson, Pam Kee
ley, Marilyn Giesel, Barbara
Costigan, Edith Gower.
Mrs. Alice Dillen is the con
tinuing Mother Advisor.
Chair Boys are Gair Linhart,
and Kenneth Dornback.
Mrs. Fred Chorman
Heads Local
Red Cross
A mother of five children,
Mrs. Fred Chorman, 15612 Oak
hill rd., has been appointed
chairman of the East Cleveland
Red Cross Committee. As chair
man she will represent this
suburb on the Heights Area
Red Cross Council.
The new Red Cross officer
will endeavor to bring to East
Cleveland as many Red Cross
Services aS possible and wiH
work with five other Heights
Council members in broadening
present Rer Cross assistance
programs in East Cleveland
and eastern suburbs.
Previous to her appointment,
Mrs. Chorman was chairman of
the East Cleveland Red Cross
Her volunteer days with Red
Cross date back to 1942 when,
as a Nurse’s Aide, she helped
on the wards at St. Alexis
Hospital and Cleveland Clinic.
A Shaw High graduate, Mrs.
Chorman left East Cleveland
in mid-World War II for San
Francisco to marry her fiance
who was then in the Army. As
a military wife, she traveled
extensively through the west
ern and southern states and
lived briefly in Arizona, Texas,
Florida and Arkansas until the
war ended.
Following her husband’s dis
charge, the couple returned to
Cleveland. Mrs. Chorman got
back into Red Cross work by
accepting a captain’s position
in the 1957 East Cleveland
Fund Drive. In 1958 she was
overall Fund chairman for this
Other than Red Cross, her
activities are: Member on the
Committee of Management at
East Cleveland YMCA and past
board member of Caledonia
School’s P.T.A.
Her husband is vice president
of Fischer and Associates.
The couple’s five children
are: Sue, 15, an honor student
at Laurel School Jim, 14, of
Kirk Junior High Nancy, 11,
a sixth grader at Caledonia
School and Billie and Bobby,
six-year-old twins.
The family attends Hope
Lutheran Church.
Other members of the East
Cleveland Community Commit
tee are: vice chairman, Mrs.
Wm. M. Osborne, Jr., 15909
Oakhill rd., secretary, Mrs.
Kenneth Watkins, 14641 Savan
nah rd., Blood chairman, Mrs.
Joseph Klimowski, 1811 Know
les ave. Disaster chairman,
Rev. Wm. E. Tower, 1894 Rose
mont rd. Home Nursing, Mrs.
Frank Holzheimer, 14502 Ter
race rd. Jr. Red Cross, Miss
Bertha Clendenen, 2580 N.
Morehead blvd. Production,
Mrs. James McKie, 13319 Milan
ave. Water Safety, Miss Alice
Juringus. 1056 Carlyon rd.
Mrs. Charles Richards, 1851
Sheldon rd., is a representa
tive of the East Cleveland
Community Council, and serv
ing as advisory members are
Miss Elsa Berg, 14600 Euclid
ave., (publicity), and Mrs.
Coztanzo Dorrucci, 2921 Hamp
shire rd.
Lost Purse
Is Returned
How does it feel to lose one’s
purse and have it returned to
you by the finder? Mrs. Grace
Moore, 14200 Shaw ave. has the
answer. “It feels wonderful to
know there are still honest peo
ple in the world.”
A tribute to mothers will
given by Joseph Cechura,
member of Heights Chapter
Demolay. He is presently attend
ing Kent State University. Roy
Secure and Dave Thorpe will as
sist him.
Mrs. Moore lost her purse
containing about $13.00 and pa
pers. The finder, Mrs. Witte
bort, followed quite a trail in
locating the owner, since the
Moore’s have moved recently
and their new address was not
in the purse. An unused pre­
Benediction will be given by
Rev. William J. Murphey, jr. of «.««»
Forest Hill Presbyterian Church. I scription was the sesame.
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Class Night, always an im
portant and delightful event in
the Shaw commencement sea
son, is really going to be a
“Senior” night this year. All
members of the 1959 January
and June graduating classes
slated to receive academic hon
ors at the usual Honors Day
assembly, will receive them on
Class Night instead. Only ath
letic awards
iors at this
“In this
will come to Sen
year’s Honor As-
way,” explains
Wayne C. Blough, principal at
Shaw High School, the parents
may have the pleasure of see
ing their son or their daughter
receive a scholastic honor.”
Class Night is being held
Thursday, May 28th in the
Auditorium. The Honors As
sembly will be held
morning, May 25th.
“Turn Backward. O
Thy Flight” or “It’s
Birdseed” is the title of a
“flashback” broadcast in the year
1999. It reveals what has hap
pened along the way to the grad
uates of Old Shaw High
Time, in
for the
Have you had your chest
x-ray yet?
The Christmas Seal big x-ray
buses are in town. They arrived
here yesterday Wednesday
and they will be found all along
Hayden ave. through Saturday.
This is a decided change in
program schedule from the “all
around town” set-up previously
Mrs. Frank Holzheimer, local
chairman of the Anto-Tubercul
os?s League x-ray program
points out health officials
are particularly interested in
having those persons in the
Hayden ave. sector who never
before have visited the x-ray
units, do so this year. That is
why the new program, concen
tration in one-third of the city’s
Thursday, May 21—1315 Ha
Officers elected to serve with
McStay are: Vice President,
James E. Bateman, Kiwanis
Club representative who is also
the newly elected president of
Kirk Jr. High School PTA Re
cording Secretary, Robert T.
McGraw, president of the East
Cleveland Teachers Associa
tion Treasurer, Mrs. Alex
Rusnak, president Superior
Rozelle Property Owners Civic
Association Corresponding
Secretary, Mrs. Joseph Klimow-
PO. 1-3378
It's A New Wrinkle
Seniors Receive Awards
At Class Night This Year
earlier this year by Miss Lois
Dean’s Play Production class.
Shaw choir will add to the pre
sentation while a special
“scene” will star Hiroshi Shi
bata, Shaw’s 1958-59 American
Field Service student from
Kobe, Japan.
The lighting and technical
problems will be handled by
the Shaw Stage Crew.
Scenic design is being done
by Diane Baltz and Dione 01
sin. Directing are Arlene Davis
and Vic Wallace. Linda Dysert
attends to the music and cos
tuming, while Toni Keppey is
the makeup artist and also has
a hand in costuming. On stage
will be Herb Hoffman, Jim
Hulton, Deedie Madsen, Charles
Vonada, Patricia Whitman and
Karen Kobal.
Non-Seniors lending a hand
back stage are Bonnie McNeil,
makeup and costuming Dandra
Iden, acting and makeup Glen
Lake, directing (he was the
student director in the original
production of “Poetry and Plas
ter”) Mike Henry has the job
of having the right prop ready
at the right moment with a lift
from Al Thompson, a post
graduate student. Directing
will be Hardy Forkapa and
Sheron Carroll.
Interwoven will be a
within the play. “Poets
Plaster” originally produced
Copy Early, Please!
To accomodate our advertisers, since Memorial
Day falls on Saturday this year, this newspaper will
be distributed on Wedpesday next week. This means
a Monday, May 25th deadline with all news in no
later than that day, and as much earlier as is possi
ble. Your co-operation will be appreciated.
Just Two More Days
To Get Your X-Ray
area is set up. Mrs. Holzheimer
said that those who have failed
to take advantage in past years
should make a special effort to
do so during the current visit
of the x-ray buses.
Everyone 19 years of age and
over is urged to get a free
chest x-ray. All persons who
come in close contact with
children, parents, grandparents
and instructors should also
make it a point to be x-rayed.
While the one-third sector of
the city to the north east is in
this year's concentrated pro
gram, any East Clevelander de
siring to have an x-ray is
welcome to step up to any chest
unit and get this service.
The schedule for the balance
of this week is as follows:
'den at Mann—12:00 Noon till
6:15 P.
1417 Hayden Near Shaw—10:30 A. M.
till 4:45 P. M.
rid ay, May 22—1315 Hayden at Mann—12:00 Noon till
6:15 P. M.
1417 Havden near Shaw—12:00 Noon
till 6:15 P. M.
Saturdav, May 23—1417 Havden near Shaw—9:00 A. M. till
12:45 P.M.
Hayden Avenue at Mayfair—9:00 A. M.
till 12:45 P. M.
Head Community Council
Mrs. Joseph Klimowski, Robert A. McGraw, Mrs.
Maurice Barnes, Alton J. McStay, Mrs. Alex Rusnak.
Newly elected president of
the East Cleveland Community
Council for the coming year is
Alton J. McStay of 13505 Shaw
ave., who received the gavel
from the outgoing president,
Mrs. Maurice Barnes at the
Thursday, May 14th meeting
in Shaw High School.
ski. newly elected vice president
of PTA Council.
Mr. McStay, a product of the
East Cleveland schools, came
into the Council as the repre
sentative from St. James Luth
eran Church where he has long
been a member of its Council.
He has just completed a term
as president of Kirk PTA. He
is employed by the Addresso
graph-Multigraph Co. as as
sistant credit manager. His
hobby is photography.
The Community Council is
made up of representatives
from organized groups within
the city. It meets on the sec
ond Thursday of the month be
ginning with October and con
tinuing through May and con
cerns itself with matters
community interest.

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